BAPC problemset and scoreboard

This years BAPC is over. The contest was won by Syntax Error from Leiden University. In second place was team Kaas, from Nijmegen University. Team UCooL from Universitié catholique de Louvain managed to finish third. The company team that performed the best was Ortec.

The scoreboard for the contest itself can be found here while the scoreboard of the public contest can be found here.

If you are interested in the problemset, the jury solutions and all input and output files. A zip (15,2MB) has been made available containing all settings. All homedirectories will be mailed to the email addresses of the teammembers if available.

Public scoreboard

The public scoreboard of the BAPC 2014 can be found at here


Welcome to the website of the Benelux Algorithm Programming Contest (BAPC) 2014!

Every year, the universities and colleges organise programming contests for students. The participants of these contests cooperate in teams of three persons. Each team tries to solve as many problems as possible within 5 hours by writing computer programs. This years BAPC will take place in Eindhoven (The Netherlands) on October 19th, 2014.

The contests are split up into different rounds, spanning different geographical regions: first the local championships, then the Benelux Algorithm Programming Contest, followed by the North Western European Regional Contest, and finally the World Finals.
Every autumn a Benelux Algorithm Programming Contest is held somewhere in the Benelux. Participation in the Benelux Algorithm Programming Contest is possible for (almost) every student from any university from the Benelux.
If you are interested in programming and algorithms, do participate!

Online contest

For all people that cannot attend the BAPC we will have a online contest which will start 15 minutes later than the actual contest. You can register yourself for this contest.

The server for the online contest is hosted here.


On September 27th and October 4nd preliminary rounds for the BAPC were held in Nijmegen, Amsterdam, Enschede, Leiden, Delft and Eindhoven. The problemset can be found here while the final scoreboards for the contests can be found here: