You are about to sign up for the Bachelor’s in Technical Computer Science. You do this through the Studielink website.
Welcome! If you have decided to apply to the Bachelor's in Technical Computer Science, you have come to the right place. Please check that you meet our admission criteria, inform yourself about the entrance exam and follow the instructions in the timeline below, such as applying via Studielink before 15 January 2023.
Would you like to start in September 2023 with Technical Computer Science? You can apply from October 2022 to start in September 2023. Make sure you have registered via Studielink before 15 January 2023, as you will then be in time to take part in the selection procedure. Technical Computer Science has a “Numerus Fixus” — a fixed capacity of 400 places for the 2023-2024 academic year, to be offered to applicants via a selection procedure. Check the admission requirements to make sure you can apply for this bachelor's programme and take part in the selection.You can check Studielink’s step-by-step plan for more information on how to register for a Numerus Fixues study programme.
Once your registration has been processed, you will receive an e-mail from Student Services explaining the next steps.
The timeline (including deadlines) of the application, selection & enrolment procedure for the Bachelor's in Technical Computer Science is described in steps 1 to 3. An overview of these steps and corresponding deadlines is depicted in this step-by-step plan.
The exam consists of three consecutive tests. None of these tests assume any knowledge of programming, nor is any other foreknowledge required to participate in the Entrance Exam. Each test is a weighted part (%) of the final score:
- Logical Thinking (30 minutes, 20% of the final score) is about your ability to reason in a systematic way and apply logic to solve problems.
- Algorithmic Thinking (45 minutes, 40%) is about solving puzzles, applying process-oriented thinking skills and in general your ability to come up with efficient solutions to computational problems.
- Mathematical Thinking (45 minutes, 40%) is about your skills in applying school-level mathematics without using a calculator.
How to prepare
We advise you to consult the FAQ first if you have any questions regarding admission and/or the selection procedure. If you cannot find your question answered there, please contact the UT Admission Office if you have any questions regarding admission and enrolment and the Numerus Fixus coordinator for questions about the selection procedure.