Double Degree with the University of Camerino

The Department of Computer Science at RU and the Faculty of Science and Technology of the University of Camerino (UNICAM) offer a two-year Double Degree Programme in Computer Science.


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120 ECTS.


Language of instruction is English.

Length of study

Two years, full time.

Start date

January and August each year.


Upon successful completion of the Double Degree Programme students are awarded with the following titles:

  • Master in Computer Science (MSc) from the Department of Computer Science at Reykjavik University and
  • Laurea Specialistica/Magistrale in Informatica (Master in Computer Science) from the Faculty of Science and Technology of UNICAM.

The University of Camerino - UNICAM

Camerino is a historic hill-top town in the Apennine mountains located 200 kilometres northeast of Rome, midway between Ancona and Perugia. The University of Camerino was established in 1336 and thus has over six and a half centuries of history.

Today more than 10,000 students attend the University distributed throughout its 5 faculties (Architecture, Pharmacy, Law, Veterinary Medicine, Science and Technology). There are 297 teachers (1 teacher for every 34 students) and 312 technical-administrative clerks.

UNICAM has an important tradition in didactics and in scientific research: there are numerous and innovative degrees being offered in the different faculties including Masters degrees, and many of its professors have received prestigious national and international recognition.


  • B.Sc degree in Computer Science or a related area is required

  • Students whose first degree is not in Computer Science may be required to complete preparatory classes from the undergraduate Computer Science degree at Reykjavik University

Supporting documents

  • Official university transcript/s

You should submit a detailed record of your higher education up to the present, including programmes of study taken and grades achieved. If you have not yet completed your undergraduate degree, you should provide an official interim transcript detailing grades achieved to date.

  • English language test score certificate (non-native speakers only)

You should upload a scanned copy of the original English language test certificate. If you do not have test results at the time of applying, you should submit your application without these scores and send them to us separately once available.

  • Language test waiver

The requirement to provide English proficiency scores may be waived, in cases where you have successfully completed, or are currently completing, a full-time degree-level course of a minimum of nine months at a recognised institution where the medium of instruction and assessment is entirely in English. If you wish to apply for a waiver of the English language test requirement, you will need to upload a letter with your application outlining the reasons why you should be exempted.

  • CV/résumé
  • Scanned copy of passport
  • Only a scanned copy of the main page of your passport (the page with the photo). If you do not have a passport, then provide a scanned copy of your national identity card or equivalent document in your country.
  • Two academic references
    You should select two referees who can provide an informed view of your academic or professional ability and suitability for your chosen programme of study

*Official transcripts of diplomas should be sent to the reception of RU, Menntavegur 1, IS-101 Reykjavík, Iceland. Accompanying documents need to arrive by the application deadline. Applicants are only summoned for an interview if they have submitted all required accompanying documents on time.

International Admissions
Menntavegi 1,
Reykjavik, 101

Application deadline

The application deadline for the fall semester is 30th of April.


The Master's programme in Computer Science is ordinarily completed in two years. The programme is available through two study routes, course based or research based.

Course based route:

In the course-based route students take three terms of courses and the final term students write their thesis. Students must complete 90 ECTS of course-work, and at least 30 ECTS of project work, which can be a group project.

Research based route:

In the research-based route students spend two semesters taking courses and one year working on a research project.  Students complete at least 60 ECTS of course work and 60 ECTS is devoted to an individual research project under the supervision of a faculty member


Mandatory modules - course & research based routes

  • Research Methodology 8 ECTS

  • Theory of Computation 8 ECTS (if not already completed at undergraduate level)

Students may take course credits in undergraduate courses or courses outside of the Department of Computer Science or The School of Science and Engineering, if the following conditions are satisfied:

Undergraduate courses must be advanced courses, which do not overlap with courses that students have completed before. The list of acceptable courses is posted before each semester.

Contact us

If you have any questions or want to obtain more information about studies at the Department of Computer Science at Reykjavik University please contact: .

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