MASTER BUSINESS INFORMATICS

The master's programme Business Informatics is a two year (120 EC) programme leading to a MSc degree in Information Science. The Master's programme combines theory, methods and techniques of the business and organisational domain within the area of information and computer science. This integrative and multidisciplinary Master's programme is oriented towards the current needs of researchers, consultants, managers and entrepreneurs in the field of ICT. 

Events UU

19
Dec
19 December 2019 17:15 -
Low-threshold guided meditations for UU students, offered every week and suitable for beginners and advanced practioners.
7
Jan
7 January 2020 10:00 - Career
If you will be applying for jobs soon, then promoting yourself online is essential.
8
Jan
8 January 2020 13:00 - Career
This workshop will help you understand the employer's perspective and how to play into their needs effectively.
9
Jan
9 January 2020 13:00 - Career
In this workshop you will learn how to get a better understanding of organizations and positions.
13
Jan
13 January 2020 14:00 - Career
This workshop will make you aware of the transferable skills you’ve developed in your studies, at your temp jobs and in your extracurricular activities.

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News UU

Informatie over de Universiteitsbibliotheek Binnenstad van de Universiteit Utrecht
15 November 2019
The University Library in the city centre and the Drift buildings (Drift 21, 23 en 25) will temporarily apply adjusted access control measures.
Front view of the University Library Utrecht Science Park
12 November 2019
Use the Library Access browser extension for quick and easy access to online publications.
Automaten en restaurant UBB
11 November 2019
Between 18 November and 22 November, the area in and around the restaurant in the UBB will be adapted and has limited access.
Aanbesteding catering 2019-2020
7 November 2019
The contract with the current caterer Sodexo expires on 8 July 2020. That is why a tender process is being carried out.
5 November 2019
The fund supports talented and disadvantaged women students and researchers.

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