Computer Science is one of the drivers of technological progress in all economic and social spheres. Those graduating with an M.Sc. in Computer Science are specialists in at least one field of computer science who have wide-ranging science-based methodological expertise.
Graduates are able to define, autonomously and comprehensively, computer science problems and their applications, structure them and build abstract models. Moreover, they are able to define and implement solutions that are at the state of the art of technology and science.
This programme can be fully studied in English or German, or in a mix of the two. You are encouraged to make use of the Language Centre's free German courses while you are studying on the programme. Applicants need to provide evidence of either English or German language skills (but not both) at level C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
- A broad, international and relevant selection of courses
- As a student, you will work on cutting-edge research projects
- Individual guidance in small learning groups
- Excellent enterprise relations maintained by the chairs and institutes
- Numerous partnerships with universities throughout the world, including a double degree programme with the Institut national des sciences appliquées de Lyon (INSA)
Continuous technological change and innovations create new attractive lines of work in trade and industry, the services, financial and consulting sectors, in public administration, and in the field of research. A Master's degree in Computer Science qualifies you for the job market or to proceed with an academic career. As a computer science specialist, you are qualified to take up IT-related executive positions or undertake independent research, e.g. as part of doctoral study.
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Last updated July 20, 2016