The Master of Science in Computer Science Engineering trains engineers to creatively and professionally apply information technology through socially and economically relevant applications. These applications range from apps for mobile devices, to artificial intelligence, embedded systems, and scientific computing for supercomputers. A computer science engineering graduate has a broad basic knowledge and has the creative skills to conceive, design, build, and exploit information processing systems. This knowledge entails both hardware and software. Computer science engineers use specific models, methods, and techniques that allow them to control the complexity of modern applications. They will take into account the requirements of the customer, the environmental and societal impact, the economic reality, safety requirements, ergonomics, etc. The programme closely interacts with existing research programmes in various university labs and in the IMEC research institute. Students will participate in ongoing research during their study. This will teach them the skills required to carry out personal scientific research. Finally, we ensure that graduates also acquire non-specialised and transferrable skills. In addition to this, the programme also stimulates the development of soft skills, such as team work, effective communication, project management, etc. These skills are acquired through the execution of various projects throughout the entire programme.