- Computer Science
Studying abroad is just an amazing experience. It is unique from the personal as well as academic point of view. Being (for a few months) in an international environment is the best opportunity to establish intercultural contacts, have a valuable insight into a different culture, learn a language and grow as a person. There are four main traits of those who passed some time at the university abroad: they are culturally competent, many speak foreign languages and possess good communication skills, they are mobile and, finally, they develop their personality. [Erasmus Student Network Website]
As of the academic year 2010-2011, the University of Antwerp offers the Master in Computer Science in English! All necessary information for this can be found here.
For the Bachelor program, the main language is Dutch. Several courses, however, are being lectured in english. Moreover, for most courses being lectured in dutch, several special arrangements are made for exchange students. All this information is available on the program webpages for 2010-2011.
To summarize, in the bachelor program, this is the list of courses lectured in english:
Introduction to Data Mining, Formal Techniques in Software Engineering, Data structures and graph-algorithms, Advanced Programming Techniques, Programming Paradigms, Artificial Intelligence
The University of Antwerp offers a wide variety of possibilities to study abroad to its students. Most general information can be found on the website of our international relations office.
A sample of the most popular destinations for CS students is:
INSA Lyon (F), University of Edinburgh (UK), Universita di Pisa (IT), University of Jyväskylä (FIN), Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (S), University of Warsaw (PL).
Are you interested to go somewhere else, or even outside Europe? Please do not hesitate to contact the coordinator.
The coordinator for international students in computer science is Prof. dr. Bart Goethals. Feel free to contact him for more information.
The institutional coordination for degree students is done by the Student Information Office. For more information, go to university's info page for international degree students, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org from which you will get an automated reply with all necessary information.