Bachelor Computer Science
The departmental advisor has set up a mailing list through which Master's and Bachelor's students in computer science are informed of important information, including dates and events, changes to examination regulations, and more. We highly recommend that all computer science students sign up on the mailing list.
The Bachelor of Science in computer science was implemented at RWTH Aachen University in winter semester 2006/07. The subsequent Master of Science has been offered since winter semester 2009/10. You can find information about the Master's program under Master's in computer science.
This year the departmental advisors will give the presentation on application subjects Monday, July 11, 2016, at 3pm in Aula 2 (Informatik-Zentrum).
On Wednesday, July 20, 2016, at 4pm, the computer science student representative council is holding an additional event in Hörsaal Fo 1 in Kármán Auditorium, during which they will report experiences from the application subjects.
As part of the RWTH 2020 Institutional Strategy Bachelor's students in computer science have the possibility to participate in projects on current research topics with Undergraduate Funds.
Computer Science Departmental Advising Mailing List
You can add your email address to the computer science departmental advising mailing list and view former announcements in the archive. The mailing list announces current information such as dates for orientation, exam registration, internerships, and seminars.
Information for New Students
Below you can find information about the Bachelor's course of study in computer science at RWTH Aachen. It is particularly relevant for new students:
- Studying Engineering or Computer Science − But Where? A Decision Aid for Abiturientinnen and Abiturienten
- Application Information: general information, admission and enrollment
- Bridge courses
- Academic Advising Test: The Department of Psychology developed a web-based academic advising test. If you still need some orientation regarding which subject to choose or are uncertain about your atitude, the Self Assessment may be of assistance. It tests, among other skills, logical thinking skils, mathematical understanding, and interest. If gives not only individual feedbac but also tips on how to proceed with choosing what to study.
- Organizational Information: exams, accreditation, curricula, application subjects, courses, lecture directory/CAMPUS
- Departmental Advising: emails, addresses, office hours
- Information about the Master's course of study in computer science
- Contact: examination board, RWTH institutions, etc.
- Computer Science Student Representative Council