The Dean of the Faculty of Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering, Roderick Bloem, is proud to present the Dean's List. The list features the top 5% first and second year students of each programme, as well as the finished Bachelor’s degrees. Each member of the Dean's List receives a certificate that recognizes her or his outstanding achievements.
The ranking is based on the number of ECTS credits since the start of studies and the grades achieved. The best five percent of first and second year, and finished Bachelor students are awarded a certificate. All other students in the top 10%, 20%, and 50% of their class receive an email stating how highly they are ranked. Courses that are completed in a different program are included if they have been accredited for the ranked degree program.
The ranking is computed between 20 and 27 September of each year and published soon afterwards.
If you are on the Dean's List, you are most likely to receive a merit scholarship. Find out more here.
You can enclose the certificate with your future applications, to make you stand out from the crowd.
The top 5% of finished CS, ICE and SEM Bachelor students have the chance to be drawn for the Dynatrace Scholarship worth 12.000€!
The software company Dynatrace was founded in Linz in 2005 and is the world market leader in the field of software intelligence. The company is able to detect and automatically heal problems in software or IT infrastructures in real time. By means of Artificial Intelligence and complete automation, Dynatrace ensures that software all over the world runs smoothly. In the age of digitalization, millions of people benefit from it every day: in banking transactions, while traveling, shopping, mobile working or in the health sector. Dynatrace is listed on the New York Stock Exchange since 2019. The company is headquartered near Boston in Waltham, Massachusetts, USA. The technological and creative heart of Dynatrace's software development beats in Austria: Linz is the company's global R&D headquarters with additional software development locations in Hagenberg, Graz, Klagenfurt, Vienna, Barcelona, Gdansk and Detroit. Dynatrace employs over 2,200 people worldwide, more than 550 of them in Austria. More than 2,300 customers worldwide use Dynatrace to optimize their software. In the fiscal year 2020 the turnover was 545.8 million US dollars. More at: www.dynatrace.com