Start of course: April

Get a free Business Analysis Course – Level 2 (Trainee) and become a part of the NIX team

Master a profession in 2 months. Study well, and get a job at NIX soon after training

A Business Analyst bridges communication between development and business, driving the creation of solutions that satisfy business needs

The course will be useful if you are interested in business analysis and work in another industry but want to switch to IT, or if you are not an expert in this industry but you have some theoretical knowledge. In the course developed by practicing business analysts, you will be able to acquire theoretical knowledge, along with practical training based on real-life cases, and then have a chance to try everything you learned to help our business partners boost their business

Format Offline
Language English
Course duration 2 months
Lesson duration 8 hours
Training Schedule Workdays

Skills gained throughout the course

Hard Skills

Changing management basics
Analyzing business ideas and business requirements
Knowledge of stakeholder management practice and requirement definition methods
Combining requirements and conducting effective surveys
Formulating a general idea about the project and create Vision and Scope documents
Knowledge of software requirements management processes and tools, including requirement development standards
Conducting business analysis in the project and using the necessary requirements in different methodologies
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Educational program

Preparing for training
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Using search engines, or how to “google” properly
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Written communication
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Business idea analysis
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Requirements elicitation techniques. Interviewing techniques
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Vision and scope
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Data models. UML class, domain model
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Feature list
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User stories
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Introduction to Agile and Scrum
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Mobile application prototyping
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Use case scenarios
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Process modeling. BPMN
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Software requirement specification (SRS)
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Working with non-functional requirements
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API requirements
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Soft skills for a business analyst. Oral and written communication with the customer
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Our expert team guarantees tangible outcomes and advancement in your professional journey

Our mentors consist of practicing managers boasting extensive years of practical experience. They will pass on their experience and knowledge to you during the months of training

#Security #Highload systems #SRE #IoT #Micro frontends #Web 3.0 #Cloud engineering

What we expect from you

  • You have sufficient English (Upper-intermediate (B2) and higher) to read theoretical materials, write user stories, and make project presentations

  • You have a basic knowledge of software requirements development. It is recommended to read the “Software Requirements” by Karl Wiegers

  • You are familiar with principles of Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) and methodologies of software development

  • You understand the basic principles of IT: client-server model, the HTTP protocol, APIs, and mobile platforms

Your course recruitment path: steps to success

1 Sign up for a Business Analysis Сourse
2 Undertake technical skills test
3 Have an interview with our team
4 Start training and continue NIX career

NIX is a well-known provider of IT outsourcing software and services

Our team cooperates with many countries and significantly contributes to developing the international IT market. In addition, we actively promote our business and improve our skills. Our specialists have successfully developed the latest projects, from e-commerce to cloud technologies, for the world’s largest Fortune 500 companies

Internet Services and Software
Finance and Banking

Working with NIX, you will get

Everything for comfortable work

Personal and professional development

Mentoring support

The team approach to project implementation

Developing your expertise

Informal corporate culture

Your career roadmap


Answering important questions

  • Why are your courses free of charge?

    It allows those looking to leap into an IT career to gain the knowledge they need and then get employment at NIX

  • Will I find a job with the skills I got from your course?

    Yes, with the help of our courses, you will learn how to present your qualifications throughout all stages of selection to NIX, properly prepare for an interview, and secure your ideal position in working with us. Additionally, you will have enough skills to apply to other IT companies

  • Will you have a vacancy for me after the course?

    After successful completion of our courses, you will have the opportunity to join our team immediately after training

  • Are your courses fully offline?

    Most of our courses are indeed delivered offline and are located in Budapest, Hungary. Our in-person learning model allows us to provide a more hands-on, interactive learning experience. In a physical classroom setting, any doubts or questions can be immediately addressed by our instructors. Moreover, it is also an excellent networking opportunity to connect with industry professionals and fellow learners who might become future colleagues or collaborators

  • What English level is required?

    The required English proficiency for our courses is Upper-Intermediate (B2 level) and above. This ensures effective participation and comprehension of course materials

  • If I don’t have the expected skills, can I start training?

    Nobody is perfect. If you have some of the expected skills, you can still apply for the course. You will lose nothing even if your application is declined. We always provide our applicants with feedback, so you will know what to improve to be successful next time. If you do not have any of the listed skills, use those requirements as a personal development plan

  • What is the structure of the learning process?

    After each lecture, students receive an assignment that they work on independently with the support of a mentor

Start of training: April

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