The best enrol at the School of Computing (RAF) – check out why
Since its founding, the School of Computing has been offering talented and hardworking high-school students the opportunity to study completely for free. Every year ten best-ranked high-school graduates at the Serbian IT Olympics (SIO) and the national competition in informatics gain full scholarships for free undergraduate studies. Until now, a large number of medal winners at international and national competitions and SIO have taken advantage of this possibility.
In addition to these full scholarships, the School of Computing offers all other high-school graduates who achieved results in the national competition in informatics, a chance to apply for twenty partial scholarships (50% discount) for all four years of study. Our aim is to provide as many talented students as possible with education that will open doors to top-quality national and international companies.
High-school graduates who have won awards in Serbian national competitions in maths or physics can apply for full or partial scholarships in Computer Engineering.
We invite all high-school graduates from the region who have won awards in national competitions in informatics, and are able to follow the lessons in the Serbian language, to apply for full and partial scholarships at the School of Computing.
Deadline for applying: 31 May. The final list of scholarships will be known by 10 June.
The School of Computing offers diligent students an opportunity to gain a scholarship during their studies.
The student of each year of academic studies (who is not a full scholarship or a partial scholarship student and is not a former student of the High School of Computing) with the grade-point average of more than 8.5 in the winter/summer semester (and has passed all the exams in the January/June examination period) is exempt from paying half the tuition for the following school year.
The students who pass all the exams by the end of the June examination period (and are not awarded other scholarships) are entitled to a 10% discount on tuition fees in the following school year.
Scholarships for master studies – students who have graduated from the School of Computing
A student of the fourth year of undergraduate studies with the best grade-point average in the winter/summer semester is exempt from paying half the tuition for the enrolment in master studies. The condition for this is that he/she hasn’t been awarded a full or partial scholarship and isn’t a former student of the High School of Computing. Moreover, he/she has to pass exams in the January/June examination period and graduate until 30 September.
The student with the best grade-point average during undergraduate studies, being a full scholarship or a partial scholarship student or a former student of the High School of Computing who graduates by 30 September of the current school year, is exempt from paying the whole tuition for master studies for the following year.
Scholarships for doctoral studies
The School of Computing gives scholarships to the students of doctoral studies, without the condition that previous studies have to be completed at RAF. We award two scholarships to Computer Science, two scholarships to Software Engineering and two scholarships to Computer Engineering, with the condition that a grade-point average during academic undergraduate and master studies is at least 9.0. Moreover, the quality and the curriculum of the previous studies should be comparable to the ones at the School of Computing.
Free tuition at master and doctoral studies
The School of Computing provides its employed teaching assistants and associates with free education at master and doctoral studies. The condition is that candidates have to complete each previous level of studies at the School of Computing or related faculties with a grade-point average of at least 8.