Information for Erasmus and guest students:
Computer Science at Roskilde University, Denmark

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Welcome to Roskilde!

Computer Science at Roskilde is glad to invite Erasmus and guest students to spend one half or a whole year at Denmark's most exciting university. We can offer a range of courses, student project works, including Bachelor projects and Master Theses, in Computer Science.

Below you find links to details about courses and project works in the coming semesters and general information on how and when to apply, as well as other useful information.

Expected application deadlines for the Autumn Semester 2015:
Erasmus: May 1, 2015, Guest students: May 15, 2015.

Expected application for the Spring Semester 2016:
Erasmus: October 1, 2015, Guest students: November 15, 2015.

 

More information

COURSE CATALOGUE FOR 2015/16 NOT AVAILABLE, BUT EXPECT IT TO BE ROUGHLY AS 2014/15:
Courses Autumn Semester 2014
Courses Spring Semester 2015

Tentative calendars for the study years 2013-2014 and 2014-2015

Learning agreement: How to put together your own study program
Combine with a semester in another subject
Why Roskilde?
How and when to apply Be aware of regulations for documentation of fluency in English!

Courses in previous and current semesters
Courses Spring Semester 2014
Courses Autumn Semester 2013
Courses Spring Semester 2013
Courses Autumn Semester 2012
Courses Spring Semester 2012
Courses Autumn Semester 2011
Courses Spring Semester 2011

Research groups

If you want to make you Master Thesis at Roskilde or make a research oriented project work, you may want to read more about our research groups: Programming, Logic and Intelligent Systems and User-Driven IT-innovation/.

Contacts

Roskilde University's webpages
Computer Science ar Roskilde
Roskilde University's International office's webpage

If you have any further questions, do not hesitate to write to our international coordinator, prof. Henning Christiansen, henning@ruc.dk.

All information may be subject to change, and no responsibility is taken for possible errors and omissions.

 

Last modification 4-dec-2014, Henning Christiansen