M.Sc. Satellite Technology

General

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Program Description

The elite study subject Satellite Technology is offered by the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science of the JMU as a research-oriented course of studies with a Master of Science degree within the framework of the Elite Network Bavaria. The course is conducted entirely in English. The students acquire special knowledge and skills necessary to be able to apply interdisciplinary contents from physics, computer science, geosciences, electrical engineering, mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering in the field of space technology to solve challenging tasks. 

Program Content

  • System Analysis,
  • System Design,
  • System Implementation and Prototype,
  • Design and Implementation Courses

Admission Requirements

You must submit the following documents by post to the Chair of Computer Science VII, Am Hubland, University of Würzburg, 97074 Würzburg, Germany:

  • Covering letter (including motivation)
  • Certificates and degrees/diplomas of your education (duly signed and stamped copies)
  • Transcripts of all completed courses (duly signed and stamped copies; JMU transcripts do not require verification).
  • Proof of English language skills (IELTS or TOEFL or by another acknowledged certificate)
  • Curriculum Vitae including a recent photograph of the applicant, academic records, research papers, and professional experience

Scholarships

International students can apply to numerous organizations for a scholarship, for example to the DAAD, to party-related foundations or business-affiliated institutions. You can find information on the various types of scholarships in the DAAD scholarship database, along with suitable offers.

Last updated Apr 2020

About the School

The Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg (JMU), founded in 1402, is one of the universities in the German-speaking world that have a long and rich tradition. Numerous famous scholars and scientists ... Read More

The Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg (JMU), founded in 1402, is one of the universities in the German-speaking world that have a long and rich tradition. Numerous famous scholars and scientists have made their mark here, such as Carl Siebold, Rudolf Virchow, and Franz Brentano. So far, 14 Nobel laureates have conducted their research here, including Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, who discovered X-rays at Würzburg. In 1985, the physicist Klaus von Klitzing received this distinction for his discovery of the quantum Hall effect. Harald zur Hausen was given the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2008 for discovering that viruses trigger cervical cancer. More than 28,000 students, including some 2,300 young people from abroad, are registered with ten faculties. These can be divided into four main areas: Humanities, Law and Economics, Life Sciences, and Natural Sciences and Technology. The university and its hospital provide employment for 10,000 people. Around 3,000 are on the academic staff, more than 400 as professors. Read less
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