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We need you: Clients for Student Projects

As part of their fourth year of their integrated Masters degree, our computer science students are working on a group software development project. This means a team of five to seven students (equating to an effort of 1500 to 2100 hours in total) develops a piece of software for a client. Which client? Maybe you!

The main goal of this software development project is to give our students the experience to work on a real software project for a real client. While in previous years, clients were members of the university, we are this year actively searching for clients from outside the university.

The student teams will be supervised by an academic from the computer science department. And, as a client (project owner), you will decide what the students will build. For this, you will be asked to regularly attend meetings with the student team to ensure that the final results satisfy your needs.

If you have an idea of a project, and are unsure if it is the right git, just contact us. We need your ideas until Friday, 23 September 2022 to allow the teams to start in October 2023 with their work. The students will aim for having a first prototype finished in early January 2023 and the handover of the final product should happen before Easter 2023.

For example, last year our students developed a social platform the economists for which further development has been taken on by an external software company or research prototypes for the Engineering Department.

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