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Computer Science

BSc Computing Science

3 years

€2083 pa

Programme profile

Computing Science is the discipline that involves the study and development of computer systems. This can involve either new or existing systems. The stimulating aspect of this degree programme is that you can put the knowledge and skills you acquire to practical use immediately, for example by writing a useful computer program.

If you choose to study Computing Science at Groningen, you will learn high-end programming in more than one language. But programming accounts for only a quarter of the degree. You will also be producing documentation, carrying out analyses, working with others, giving presentations and writing.

Programme content

This programme is designed to provide a broad education in the subject and offers many options. You can choose from the following specialisations:

- Business computing
- Computer technology for business, commerce and the internet
- Biomedical computing
- Computer simulations and medical visualizations such as MRI images and DNA fingerprinting.



The university offers relevant Masters programmes, taught through English, in:

- Computer Science
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Biomedical Engineering

Entry Requirements

Three A-Levels, inc Maths [No Grades specified] plus 3 GCSEs [Grades A-C]

Scottish Students are required to have a SQC with 2 Advanced Highers {Grades A-C] and at least 4 Highers [Grades A-B]. Subjects to include Maths.

Six passes at Leaving Certificate, two of which are to be H4 or above [inc Maths]




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