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Study a Bachelor in Computer Science in the Netherlands
Computer Science is all about our interaction with information. That information can range from railway timetables to personal health care data or exciting new virtual games. Computer technology has given us a wealth of new opportunities, but unfortunately it has also created serious risks. The Bachelor in Computer Science at VU Amsterdam focuses on both aspects, with Networks and Security as two major topics in the program.
The openness and transparency that is valued in the Netherlands is reflected in the educational system. You will receive a pro-active and challenging education, and lecturers’ doors are always open for any questions you might have. VU's lecturers combine teaching with top-level research. They also maintain solid relations with various businesses in the field, and projects you will work on during your program are often organized in cooperation with such companies.
VU Amsterdam is moving towards a world in which everything and everyone is connected. This will affect all of us. For this very reason, VU Computer Scientists will be joining researchers from practically a wide range of academic disciplines as they examine the theme of the Connected World. We invite you to enter this world: as a Computer Science student at VU Amsterdam, you will be uniquely qualified to contribute to this theme as an expert in the field with technical as well as multidisciplinary skills.
- A diploma equivalent to a Dutch pre-university school diploma (VWO)
- Proof of sufficient proficiency in Mathematics and English
Tuition & fees
The cost of this program for students of EU/EEA countries is €2,060.
Welcome to Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam is an internationally renowned research university founded in 1880 . The university offers over 120 English taught programs at Bachelor’s, Master’s and doctoral level. Students and staff of 84 nationalities create a dynamic international academic community. The...