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Computer Science & AI

Information for students

General information

Study programmes

Information about the bachelor and master programmes in computer science and AI is published at the university's education website. Please select your study programme from the top menu dropdown. 

Please note these shortcuts to the e-Prospectus and schedules.

Regulations

The Course and Examination Regulations (OER in Dutch) apply to the teaching and examinations in the bachelor (2018-2019) and master (2018-2019) programmes.

The Rules and Regulations (R&R, 2018-2019) and its appendix with additional R&R apply to the examinations, practicals and final examinations of these programmes, instituted in the Faculty of Science of Leiden University. 

Organisation

These links provide more information about the Educational Office and the Education Committees
This page attempts to describe the current LIACS ICT landscape, which is part of Leiden University's ICT infrastructure as provided by ISSC.

Additional documents

Agreements on Research Project:
MSc Computer Science 
MSc Media Technology

Assessment forms Thesis Project (hand in to program coordinator):
BSc Computer Science (including Computer Science & Economics and BioInformatics)
BSc Computer Science & Mathematics (double)
MSc Computer Science
MSc Computer Science specialization Bioinformatics
MSc Media Technology
MSc ICT in Business and the Public Sector      

Letter Grade Thesis (send to Bertie ten Hove):
All BSc's
MSc Computer Science
MSc Computer Science specialization Bioinformatics
MSc Media Technology
MSc ICT in Business and the Public Sector  

Assessment Forms Research Project (hand in to program coordinator):
MSc Computer Science
MSc Computer Science specialization Bioinformatics
MSc Media Technology
MSc ICT in Business and the Public Sector  

Letter Grade Research Project (send to Bertie ten Hove):
MSc Computer Science
MSc Computer Science specialization Bioinformatics
MSc Media Technology

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