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Reasons to study Computer Science at the University of Twente

Twente is the only true campus university in the Netherlands with housing and excellent sports and recreational facilities. The city of Enschede is just a two-hour train journey from Amsterdam. We offer a well-balanced, two-year programme with three specialisations: Cyber Security, Data Science & Technology, and Software Technology. Our teaching staff have outstanding scientific and professional track records in a broad range of ICT areas. We also have an extensive network of contacts in government and industry, providing you with excellent career and internship opportunities. The university has an active student association and upon graduation you will be invited to join our alumni programme. At the University of Twente you will benefit from a highly flexible degree programme and a personalised approach.

Master's in Computer Science: Right for you?

If you are a professional with a Bachelor’s in Computer Science or a related field, then this master’s is the ideal opportunity to specialise in one or more areas of your choice. It also provides the chance to be part of one of the University of Twente’s world-renowned research groups. If you are looking to gain practical experience in industry in addition to further developing your academic and organisational skills, then the Master’s in Computer Science at the University of Twente will be just the ticket!

You will also be considered for admission if you hold a degree from a university of applied sciences (Dutch HBO) but please be advised that you will probably be required to complete a pre-master’s first. The eligibility check will give you an indication of your own situation as regards admission to the Master’s in Computer Science.

You can also take a look at the students' experiences to learn more about this programme from a student's perspective.

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