Students

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

 

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19 May 2017
In the NSS factsheet you will find a summary of what you think of Computing Science at Utrecht University.
Future Food Utrecht
29 March 2016
For PhD. candidates and Master's students: contribute to the Summerschool of Future Food Utrecht
8 September 2015
Master's students win three of the four available PhD student positions
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3 July 2017 13:30 - Career
Where is your passion? What kind of job will suit you?
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4 July 2017 14:00 - Career
Where is your passion? What kind of job will suit you?
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5 July 2017 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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5 July 2017 14:00 - Career
This workshop will help you understand the employer's perspective and how to play into their needs effectively.
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12 July 2017 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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Papieren handdoekjes: One or two will do
26 June 2017
One or two paper towels are enough to dry your hands after washing them.
U-raad 2016-2017
20 June 2017
The University Council meets with the Executive Board next week and speaks about the student statute.
13 June 2017
On 9 June all new members of the University Council, Faculty Councils and Consultative Bodies were present at a training day.
8 June 2017
Submit before 13 June up to 3 of your best course works for the Undergraduate Awards..
7 June 2017
Carlo Verschoor (26) solved the extremely difficult AIVD Christmas Puzzle for the second year in a row. Carlo explains his passion for puzzles.

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Computing Science