How to apply
This page contains information for Ukrainian applicants. For international applicants, please refer to the International applicants’ page.
The candidates who have a bachelor degree (or higher) may apply for the program. The bachelor degree might not be in computer science or other engineering fields. On the other hand, it is important for candidates to have practical experience in computer science (IT) or applied math.
State diploma of bachelor, specialist or master degree and documents
July 10 — master program admission campaign starts.
July 23, 18:00 — admission campaign ends.
You may submit admission documents in person at the admission office (Ilariona Sventsitskoho st. 17, office 124, Lviv), or online on the admission website vstup.ucu.edu.ua.
You may choose between two time periods when it’s possible to pass the professional exam and an interview:
- July 18-20
- July 24-26
The exact dates and times will be announced later.
The results of the entry will be announced by August 5.
The candidates are accepted for the program in accordance with the contest. The overall score (400 points) is calculated based on:
- Professional exam (0-100 pts)
- Interview (0-100 pts)
- English Admission Test (100-200 pts)
The professional exam means to check the mathematical, algorithmic, and programming level of the candidates. It will be held in a form of written exam and will include: linear algebra, calculus, discrete math, probability theory, programming, and databases.
The interview is based on the candidate results of the professional and English exams. The goal is to understand the research, analytical and practical capacities of a candidate and his/her ability to self-development on the master program. Also, it means to realize:
- candidate’s motivation for the computer and data science fields;
- professional goals and strategies to gain them;
- understanding of the issues, trends, and needs in computer and data sciences;
- communication skills, general erudition, leader abilities;
- a level of making arguments and thoughts articulation.