Undergraduate studies last four years and are worth 240 ECTS points/credits. At the School of Computing (RAF) there are three study programs:
» Computer science,
» Computer engineering,
» Computer design.
Requirements for admission to undergraduate studies:
- High school lasting four years,
- Entrance exam:
- for Computer engineering and Computer science: mathematics and informatics,
- for Computer design: drawing, painting and a test of knowledge of visual arts.
Undergraduate studies can enroll:
- Computer science - 25 candidates,
- Computer engineering - 25 candidates,
- Computer design - 20 candidates.
The enrollment of candidates is based on the definitive ranking list, which is determined by the success in high school (a maximum of 40 points) and the results on the entrance exams (a maximum of 60 points). Entrance exams in mathematics and informatics earn a maximum of 30 points each. Entrance exams in drawing, painting and the test of knowledge of visual arts earn a maximum of 20 points each. In order to qualify for the status of student of the School of Computing (RAF), a candidate must score at least 51 points.
Foreign students, who have previously validated a four-year high school degree, may also enroll in the School. These candidates must be fluent in Serbian language, which is confirmed by a special School commission (the candidates will be personally informed about the commission's workplace and work hours), and must submit their passport, health insurance and residence certificates for inspection.
If after the establishment of the ranking list any of the received candidates does not enroll on time, his place will be taken by the next candidate, up to the end of the list. Attention is drawn to all candidates who acquire the right to enrollment to strictly adhere to announced schedules of registration, and to those who are behind them on the final ranking list that they potentially have the opportunity to enroll instead of the candidates who qualify, but do not enroll on time. Immediately after the expiry time allotted for enrollment, the Faculty will update the final rankings and perform enrollment of students who are "below the line", to fill up any vacancies, up to the exhaustion of the list of qualified candidates.
Candidates who qualify for enrollment submit the following documents:
- birth certificate,
- certificates of all four grades of secondary school or certified copies,
- certificate of passing the final i.e. graduation exam,
- two identical photos, format 4x6 cm,
- two photos, format 3x3,5 cm,
- photocopy of identity card (does not have to be certified) and
- proof of payment of the tuition fee.
Simultaneous studies of multiple study programs
After passing the entrance exam and ranking, a candidate who is eligible to apply for enrollment can, as a rule, enroll in only one study program.
Exceptionally, the candidate can enroll simultaneously to multiple courses.
If a student attends multiple study programs:
- the student is issued independent documents for each study program,
- tuition is charged for every study program,
- common subjects that are passed in at least one study program are recognized in the others.