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The Bachelor of Computer Science (abbreviated BCompSc or BCS)

The Bachelor of Computer Science (abbreviated BCompSc or BCS) is a bachelor’s degree awarded by some universities for completion of an undergraduate program in computer science.[1][2][3][4][5] In general, computer science degree programs emphasize the mathematical and theoretical foundations of computing.[6]


Because computer science is a wide field, courses required to earn a bachelor of computer science degree vary. A typical list of course requirements includes topics such as:[7]


Computer programmi

Programming paradigm


Data structure

Logic & Computatio

Computer architectur

Some schools may place more emphasis on mathematics and require additional courses such as:[8


Linear algeb


Probability theory and statistic

Combinatorics and discrete mathematic

Differential calculus and mathematic

Beyond the basic set of computer science courses, students can typically choose additional courses from a variety of different fields, such as:[9


Theory of computati

Operating system

Numerical computatio

Compilers, compiler desig

Real-time computin

Distributed system

Computer networkin

Data communicatio

Computer graphic

Artificial intelligenc

Human-computer interactio

Information theor

Software testin

Information assuranc

Some schools allow students to specialize in a certain area of computer science.


Zara was started by Amancio Ortega in 1975. His first shop was in central A Coruña, in Galicia, Spain – where the company is still based. He initially called it Zorba after the classic 1964 film Zorba the Greek, but after learning there was a bar with the same name two blocks away, rearranged the letters to read “Zara”. It is believed the extra a came from an additional set of letters that had been made for the company.[6][7] It sold low-priced lookalike products of popular, higher-end clothing fashions. He opened more shops in Spain. During the 1980s, he changed the design, manufacturing, and distribution process to reduce lead times and react more quickly to new trends – what he called “instant fashions” – using information technology and groups of designers rather than individuals.




The first shop outside Spain was opened in 1985 in Porto, in Portugal.[8] In 1989, the company entered the United States, and then France in 1990.[9] During the 1990s, Zara expanded to Mexico (1992) [10] and Greece, Belgium and Sweden (1993). In the early 2000s, Zara opened its first stores in Brazil (2000); Japan and Singapore (2002); Ireland, Venezuela, Russia and Malaysia (2003);[11][12][13][14] China,[15] Morocco,[16] Estonia,[17] Hungary[18] and Romania (2004);[19] the Philippines,[13] Costa Rica[20] and Indonesia (2005);[21] South Korea (2008);[22] India (2010);[23] Taiwan, South Africa and Australia (2011);[24][25] and Peru (2012).[26]


In September 2010, Zara launched its online boutique. The website began in Jordan.[27] In November of that same year, Zara Online extended its service to five more countries: Austria, Ireland, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg.[28] Online stores began operating in the United States in 2011,[29] Russia and Canada in 2013,[30][31][32] Mexico in 2014,[33] South Korea in 2014,[34][35] Romania in 2016,[36] India in 2017, Brazil in 2019 and Peru in 2020.[37]


Zara introduced the use of RFID technology in its stores in 2014. The RFID chips are located in the security tags which are removed from clothing when purchased and can be reused. The chip allows the company to quickly take inventory by detecting radio signals from the RFID tags. When an item is sold, the stockroom is immediately notified so that the item can be replaced. An item that is not on the shelf can easily be found with the RFID tag.[38]


In 2015, Zara was ranked #30 on Interbrand’s list of best global brands.[39]


In 2019, Zara updated their logo.[40] It was designed by the French agency Baron & Baron.[41]


In 2019, the global fashion business Journal MDS stated that while the textile commerce of the world had gone down by 2.38%, Zara’s had risen 2.17%.[42]


In 2019, Chief Executive Persson said the brand is waiting for more acceptable global rent levels to continue its expansion. In Europe, the brand planned to cut the number of retail locations beginning in 2020.

Zara stores have men’s and women’s clothing as well as children’s clothing (Zara Kids). Zara Home designs are located in European stores. The majority of Zara customers are aged between 18 and about 35. After products are designed, they take 10 to 15 days to reach the stores.[44] All of the clothing is processed through the distribution center in Spain. New items are inspected, sorted, tagged, and loaded into trucks. In most cases, the clothing is delivered within 48 hours. Zara produces over 450 million items per year.[45]


Zara also includes accessories, shoes, swimwear, beauty and perfumes.


In May 2021, Zara launched its first beauty line, ZARA Beauty.[46]


Under its Zara Home line, Zara launched what is believed to be the first detergent that reduces the abrasion of textile microfibres during washing. It is claimed the solution, jointly developed by Inditex and BASF Home Care and I&I Solutions Europe in Spain and Germany, can reduce the release of microfibres by up to 80 per cent, depending on fabric type and washing conditions.[47]


expects customers to visit three times a year. That goes up to 17 times for Zara.[55]


As a result of increasing competitive pressures from the online shopping market, Zara is shifting its focus onto online as well, and will consequently open fewer but larger stores in the future.[56] In May 2022, a £1.95 return fee was implemented for online orders.[57]


In November 2022, a pre-owned platform will also be launched via its website and app in UK. Other than posting now-unwanted Zara purchases online for sale, shoppers can book repairs and donate unwanted items online or via a store. If successful, this service will be expanded to other key markets.[58]


Starting November 2022, Russians will be able to order products online from a range U.S. and European brands, including Nike, Zara and H&M, according to an announcement from Russia’s postal service.[59]

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