Academic Master in Computer Science

The Master in Computer Science is a strictu sensu graduate course, with a typical duration of two years.

Like any regular Unicamp course, there is no charge for fees and tuition. The program has scholarships from CNPq and CAPES agencies, which are awarded to students based on academic performance.


Masters candidates must have completed or are completing a full degree course, preferably in Computing, Engineering or Mathematics. See information on the selective process.


To obtain the Master's degree the student must attend Disciplines, prepare a work plan and pass the qualification exam, demonstrate English language proficiency, develop the work plan, write and defend the dissertation. 

Up to six months after entering the course, the student must choose an advisor: a professor accredited in the program who is willing to supervise the research project and the preparation of the dissertation.

Program students must maintain a good academic performance. Otherwise, they will be subject to sanctions such as suspension of scholarship and termination of the program, according to the rules established by CPG.

All details are in Information for teachers and graduate students.