Computer Science Department


Erasmus Exchange - Computer Science Department

General Information

Some general information for incoming as well as outgoing Erasmus students can be found on the website of the International Relations and Mobility Office. There you will also find information about the detailed application process as well as any relevant deadlines.

If you should have some additional helpful information for incoming or outgoing Erasmus students that is not yet listed on this webpage, please send it to the Erasmus coordinator of the Computer Science Department and we will make your information and tips available to future Erasmus students.

Outgoing Students

Partner Universities

The Department of Computer Science has bilateral Erasmus agreements with a number of partner universities. You are currently able to study a semester abroad at one of the following universities:

If you would like to study at a university that is not listed above, please contact the Erasmus coordinator of the Computer Science Department to check whether it makes sense to establish a new agreement with the proposed university.

Some helpful information about different universities as well as tips for outgoing Erasmus students can be found on Erasm.us. Also the Erasmus Student Network (ESN) offers you some further information about doing an Erasmus+ exchange abroad and you might find contact information for a specific university. Furthermore, a presentation of the International Relations and Mobility Office provides some information about specific application deadlines.

Incoming Students

Computer Science Courses

You can follow Computer Science courses from the following Master's programmes:

Master of Applied Sciences and Engineering: Computer Science
By selecting a particular course from the list of available courses (Profile Artificial Intelligence, Profile Multimedia, Profile Software Languages and Software Engineering or Profile Web & Information Systems), you get detailed information of the course. Please note that for some of the course there might be some special prerequisites (e.g. courses that you must have followed before). Further information about the Master in Computer Science is available in the following brochure.

Master of Applied Sciences and Engineering: Applied Computer Science
By selecting a particular course from the list of available courses (Default Track), you get detailed information of the course. Please note that for some of the course there might be some special prerequisites (e.g. courses that you must have followed before). Further information about the Master in Applied Computer Science is available in the following brochure.

Time Tables

The following time tables provide information where and when a courses forming part of the 'Master of Applied Sciences and Engineering: Computer Science' will take place.

The following time tables provide information where and when a courses forming part of the 'Master of Applied Sciences and Engineering: Applied Computer Science' will take place. Please choose '1 M IR Wet.: Applied Computer Science' or '2 M IR Wet.: Applied Computer Science' from the first list and then 'Eerste semester' (for the first semester) or 'Tweede semester' (for the second semester) from the second list.

Exam schedules for the Bachelor and Master in Computer Science.

Further information about the scheduling of different courses can be found in the academic calendar. Last but not least, helpful information for students studying at the VUB is available on MY.VUB.

Services

Infogroep is an organisation of Computer Science students that offers a number of services including the printing of your lectures slides or the copying and printing of documents at decent prices.

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