The entry requirements might change slightly before the programme is fully accredited, but the following can be expected.
You are expected to have a Bachelor’s degree in Physics, Mathematics or Computer Science, or a closely related field.
In addition to a Bachelor's degree in Physics, Computer Science, Mathematics or a closely related degree, you must be able to demonstrate what we call mathematical maturity. You:
You can demonstrate mathematical maturity with a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics, by having successfully completed a minor in Mathematics (like the 30 EC UvA minor Mathematical Themes, or Logic and Computation), having successfully completed at least 24 EC of courses that teach formal mathematical proving, or having done something equivalent.
The NVAO is the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders, or (in Dutch) de Nederlands-Vlaamse Accreditatieorganisatie). Until they deliver a positive assessment of the programme, the Master’s programme in Quantum Computer Science cannot start.
This is why enrolling is currently not yet possible. Through the mailing list we can keep you up-to-date on the progress, and let you know as quickly as possible when and whether you can officially enroll in the programme.