The Department of Advanced Computing Sciences offers its most talented bachelor's students the possibility to gain even more in-depth knowledge by completing their study programme with an additional honours programme. The honours programme consists of two different tracks: a research track (MaRBLe 2.0) and a practical track (KE@Work).
MaRBLe 2.0 (Research track)
Our bachelor's students get the opportunity to work on a state-of-the-art research project. Work is organised in a similar way as in professional research institutes where students work together as individual experts on a team project. Each student specialises in a task, gets assigned a team role and receives a self-contained research project. Together they work towards a common demonstration where individual research projects integrate towards a journal publication. For the individual subprojects, each student receives an individual supervisor from the Department of Advanced Computing Sciences.
Dr. Mathias Staudigl
KE@Work (Practical track)
During the full second and third year of the Data Science and Artificial Intelligence bachelor's programme, students spend 50% of their time in class and 50% at an organization. They work on solving academic challenges and complex business problems related to Artificial Intelligence and/or Data Science, while they remain under both academic and corporate supervision.
More information for students
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Claire van Doorn
+31 43 388 1359
KE@Work partner company Mediaan created this video about the programme.