M.Sc. in Information Engineering and Computer Science (Germany) Deadline: July 15, 2019
Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences
July 15, 2019
Duration of the Program
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Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences is a young, dynamic institution of higher learning, driven by interdisciplinary applied research. With two campus locations in Kleve and Kamp-Lintfort and over 7,300 students, the university is an innovative, interdisciplinary, and international university of applied sciences.
The degree program offered by the university aims to equip the students for a career that matches future labour market needs and trends by putting a special emphasis on innovative problem-solving methods while considering interdisciplinary and international approaches. It provides a deep insight into the acquisition, processing and handling of data as well as giving you the chance to exploit the power of distributed network and computing units. At the same time, the students will be able to acquire the knowledge needed to analyse and process large amounts of data. To cover all these different aspects and to give the students the chance to specialise in a field that fits their interests and career plans, the program offers four different tracks to choose from a. Computer Science, b. Environmental Engineering, c. Logistics, d. Cyber-Physical Systems Engineering. The first two semesters provide the theoretical and practical grounding vital to a professional career whereas the third semester is devoted to master’s thesis and colloquium.
More information here.
There are NO tuition fees for the program.
- Proof of a completed undergraduate degree (B.Sc., B.A., diploma or equivalent) which included subjects in the fields of practical computer science and computer engineering as well as fundamentals in mathematics, natural sciences and engineering. In individual cases, missing subjects can be compensated by proof of other related academic training or qualifications. Please outline your additional knowledge and experience in an essay of no more than 1,000 words.
- An overall mark of at least 2.3 in your undergraduate degree.
- A sufficient level of English language proficiency (CEFR level B2 or better).
Apply online via Uni-assist.
Prospective students can find a contact form and FAQs here. If you have further questions, contact
Friedrich-Heinrich-Allee 25, Germany
Tel.: +49 2842 90825-0
Head of Degree Program
Prof. Dr Michael Schwind
Mention that you found this call on The Insightist, Berlin.