Undergraduate studies last four years and are worth 240 ECTS credits. At the School of Computing (RAF) there are the following study programs:
» Computer Science,
» Computer Engineering,
» Software Engineering (in the accreditation process),
» Multimedia Design
- High school lasting four years,
- Entrance exam:
- for Computer Engineering, Computer Science and Software Engineering: mathematics and informatics,
- for Multimedia Design: drawing, multimedia design test and art knowledge test.
The number of students enrolled in undergraduate studies:
- Computer Science – 75 candidates,
- Computer Engineering – 180 candidates,
- Software Engineering (in the accreditation process) – 60 students,
- Multimedia Design – 20 candidates.
The enrolment of candidates is based on rankings, determined by the success in high school (a maximum of 40 points) and the entrance exam results (a maximum of 60 points). Entrance exams in mathematics and informatics are worth a maximum of 30 points each. Entrance exams in drawing, multimedia design test and art knowledge test are worth a maximum of 20 points each. In order to qualify for the status of a student, a candidate must score at least 51 points.
Foreign students, who have previously validated a four-year high school degree, may also enrol at the School of Computing. These candidates must be fluent in the Serbian language, which is confirmed by a special School Commission (the candidates will be personally informed about the Commission’s workplace and working hours), and must submit their passports, health insurance and residence certificates.
If any of the admitted candidates does not enrol on time after the list of candidates has been published, their place will be taken by the next candidate, and so on until the end of the list. All the candidates who acquire the right to enrol are informed to strictly adhere to the announced schedules of registration. Those who are behind them on the final list should know that they potentially have the opportunity to enrol instead of the candidates who qualify but do not enrol on time. When the enrolment finishes, the School of Computing will update the final lists and enrol students who are “below the line” until all the vacancies are filled.
Candidates who qualify for the enrolment submit the following documents:
- birth certificate,
- certificates of all four grades of high school or certified copies,
- high school exit exam – diploma or a certified copy,
- two photos, 3,5 x 4,5 cm,
- photocopy of an identity card
- proof of payment of the tuition fees.
Simultaneous enrolment in different study programs
After passing the entrance exam, a candidate who is eligible to apply for enrolment can, as a rule, enrol in only one study program.
Exceptionally, the candidate can enrol simultaneously in multiple courses.
If a student attends multiple study programs:
- the student is issued independent documents for each study program,
- tuition is charged for each study program,
- if a student passes a subject in one program, the same subject will be recognised for another program