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Take your skills to the next level!
You believe in the power of computers to change the world for the better.
Dig deeper into the most cutting-edge fields of computer science: from artificial intelligence and internet of things to cloud computing and more.
Apply your pioneering spirit to develop digital solutions to real-life problems.
Acquire the in-depth application development skills you need to develop real innovations with real-world impact.
Learn how to unlock the full potential of Python, PHP, Java, React, WSP.NET and other programming languages.
Boost your soft and hard skills during your international studies and internship.
Join Electronics and ICT students at our IT Factory to expand your network, exchange ideas and accelerate your personal and professional development.
Choose from multiple specialisation tracks to develop your expertise in collaboration with experienced mentors and practitioners from the IT world.
Uncover exciting career opportunities in a wide variety of sectors.
Bachelor in Applied Computer Science
The autumn semester starts mid-September. You will have 1 week off for fall break and 2 weeks off for winter break.
The examination period starts after the winter break in January. Students are advised to use winter break to prepare for the examination of the classes. Exam schedules (with dates for each exam) will be provided to you in the first week of December.
During the spring semester which runs from January until June, you’ll work on an IT project with other students (from IT programmes or others) followed by an internship of 13 weeks.
You can choose between interesting opportunities at international companies like Johnson&Johnson or Nike, or to go further afield and do your internship in other countries, not only in Europe but also in North- or South-America, Asia or Africa.
The examination period starts after the end of classes in May. No study break is foreseen before the start of exams, and students are advised to use Easter break to prepare for the examination of the classes. Exam schedules (with dates for each exam) will be provided to you in the first week of May.
We think personal coaching is very important, so there’s a close dialogue between teachers and students. You get direct feedback on your work and you’re developing a professional attitude.
Within the practical courses and projects, you work in small groups. Teamwork is an essential part of the study method.