Everyone with a love for technology and design is welcome to apply: we are a global academic institution for every nationality, gender and cultural background. The Computer Science, Data Science and Cyber Security degree programmes require strong foundational knowledge of mathematics. We offer Maths as a Second Language (MSL), a full foundational year that grants access to Harbour.Space as well as other first class tech universities around the world.
Our alumni are a community of dynamic, creative pathfinders, who have progressed from passionate students to industry-ready professionals, and we are defined by their achievements.
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After your interview has been scheduled, make sure to upload the remaining documents.
Please note that if your documents are not uploaded by the day of the interview, it will be canceled.
Submit a project proposal for your Capstone project. Don’t panic - the initial proposal just needs to be a pitch for a product, service or other idea that you believe will create positive change.
Here are some considerations to keep in mind:
- We are interested in how you identify problems, spot opportunities, and come up with creative solutions. We look for ambitious, original and truly valuable ways of thinking.
- Don’t worry too much about making the proposal perfect, or choosing the best idea - you can change it afterwards.
- The proposal can be an add-on, a collaboration, a campaign, a company or any other kind of solution - don’t limit yourself to what makes sense or what you see other people doing.
The proposal should be submitted in the form of a 1-2 page document.
You can download the one-page template here.
After paying the application fee and before scheduling your interview, you will be asked to take our entrance Math and Computer Science Test. This is only required for candidates applying for technical programs (Computer Science, Data Science, Cybersecurity, Robotics). The process varies depending on whether you're applying for a Bachelor's or Masters. Here's what to expect:
The test is online and open book, and is hosted on the Stepik Platform. Your admissions officer will send you a link to the platform so that you can access the test. Please keep in mind that you have a total of 240 minutes to complete the test and that once the test has been initiated, you cannot pause it. The test will have 15 math exercises, 6 on programming and 3 on complex algorithms, which you can solve in any order you want.
Linear Algebra, Combinatorics, Probability, Statistics, Calculus, Time and Space Complexity, Computability, Algorithms and Data Structures, Programming
Your admissions officer will send you the test in PDF format at an agreed time, and you will have 24h to complete the test, scan it and send it back via email. Make sure you give yourself enough time.
Algebra, Calculus, Trigonometry, Geometry, Linear Algebra, Probability, Algorithms and Complexity, Computer Architecture, Operating Systems, Programming Languages and OOP.
Harbour.Space is committed to ensuring that the best students are able to attend the university, no matter their financial circumstances. The university has 3 avenues of obtaining financial support for students.
We recommend that you attend an Open Day during the admission process: you can visit the campus, talk to the Admission Office. This will help you to be well informed when deciding where to study.