MASTER COMPUTING SCIENCE

The master's programme Computing Science is a two year (120 EC) programme leading to a MSc degree in Informatica. The programme focuses on the application of the latest techniques in the design of modern computer-based systems and offers a variety of courses and individual projects. Computing Science draws upon our expertise in software technology, decision-support systems, network modeling and graphs, planning and scheduling, data mining, and evolutionary computation.
Within the programme, you can select one of four tracks: Programming Technology, Algorithm Design and Analysis, Advanced Planning and Decision Making and Algorithmic Data Analysis

 

Events UU

23
Jul
23 July 2019 13:00 - Career
If you will be applying for jobs soon, then promoting yourself online is essential.
24
Jul
24 July 2019 10:00 - Career
Where is your passion? What kind of job will suit you?
24
Jul
24 July 2019 14:00 - Career
If you will be applying for jobs soon, then promoting yourself online is essential.
30
Jul
30 July 2019 13:00 - 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.
1
Aug
1 August 2019 14:00 - Career
In this workshop you will learn how to get a better understanding of organizations and positions.

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16 July 2019
Unfortunately, due to difficulties encountered when conducting the NSE, the results will not be available before the summer.
Jazzmans in Minnaertgebouw
11 July 2019
Various catering locations are closed or have different opening hours during the holiday period.
9 July 2019
On 2 September, the Start of the Academic Year will be festively celebrated in the Domkerk.
Universiteitsraad 2018-2019
8 July 2019
The University Council had the last meeting of the academic year with the Executive Board (CvB) on July 1st.
The alternative entrance of the Marinus Ruppert building, seen from Leuvenplein
3 July 2019
From 6 July to mid-September 2019, work will take place on the roof of the Marinus Ruppert building.

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