SIT STAR CONTEST
SIT STAR Contest is an online contest, organized by the Schaffhausen Institute of Technology (SIT) to promote interest in Computer Science and Software Engineering. In this contest, you get to solve real-world programming challenges against the clock.
Put your knowledge and skills to a 4-hour test and get a chance to enter SIT Masters with a scholarship! The contest welcomes participants of all skill levels (and age!). All you need is a passion for coding.
Main reasons to join SIT Star Contest
- Several full scholarships for MSc in Computer Science and Software Engineering
- Several tuition waivers for MSc in Computer Science and Software Engineering
- Surprise gifts from Switzerland
The SIT STAR Contest consists of:
|February 1-7, 2021||
Get familiar with the testing environment in the practice round. We highly recommend this optional step. Don’t worry, it won’t affect your final score!
|February 10, 2021||
SIT STAR Contest
You will have 4 hours to complete the tasks on February 10, 2021 at 8am UTC time. Remember that the registration will close 1 hour before the contest start.
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Interviews and Winner Announcements
We will be announcing the SIT STAR Contest winners and sending out email notifications to interview with the Professors from SIT.
Who can participate?
SIT Star Contest is open to everybody. Last year 416 participants from 42 countries took part in the Contest.
If you are aiming at the scholarship prize for SIT’s MSc program, you should:
- Have a bachelor's degree in Computer Science or any other STEM field, or be in the final year of your studies.
- Speak English at a level sufficient to pursue graduate studies.
Check out SIT Star Contest last year!
When I read about the SIT STAR contest, I'd just got a Bachelor degree at MIPT. So I realized that it was my chance to continue with a master in Europe. I hadn't participated in contests since the 2nd year but decided to try. There were about 12 tasks with increasing difficulty. The first ones were quite easy, but then I had to think more and more and finally didn't solve the last two. I got about the 70th place, but fortunately, not everybody above me wanted to join the master degree and I got in!
— Michael Martinson, SIT student
The contest welcomes participants of all skill levels (and age!). All you need is a passion for coding.
Schaffhausen Institute of Technology is founded by entrepreneurs, led by scientists, and advanced by world-class researchers. Based on a blended education model, SIT brings knowledge through science and shapes next-gen digital leaders. To learn more, please visit SIT website.