Master of Science in Computer and Information Science (Germany) Deadline: Jan.15, 2019
University of Konstanz, Germany
January 15, 2019
August 1, 2019
Duration of the Program
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Offered in English, the Master’s programme in Computer and Information Science at the University of Konstanz is geared towards the computer-assisted processing of large volumes of data and is designed to provide students interested in the development of complex information and analysis systems with the requisite knowledge.
The study programme is strongly research-oriented and emphasizes research-related teaching. Furthermore, it provides exciting opportunities for specialization in the following fields: Bioinformatics; Data Mining / Big Data / Data Science; Digital Libraries; Interactive Systems / Human-Computer Interaction (HCI); Network Science; Sports Informatics; Systems; and Visual Computing.
The programme is closely integrated with the research groups at the University, in the areas of Bioinformatics and Information Mining, Algorithmics, Computer Graphics and Media Design, Information Science, Computer Vision and Image Analysis, Databases and Information Systems, Data Analysis and Visualisation, Theory of Computing, Software and Systems Engineering, Human-Computer Interaction, Multimedia Signal Processing, Computational Life, and Distributed Systems. This kind of joint research is unique in Germany and highly regarded internationally.
Tuition fees for international Non-EU/EEA students: 1500 Euros/Semester
The applicants need to have a solid foundation and understanding of both theoretical and practical implementation of software programming. Which means, the applicants should have an excellent understanding of the basic concepts of object-oriented software programming and are willing to learn language-specific syntax and paradigms.
Candidates should have completed a three-year degree in Computer Science, Information Engineering or a closely related study programme from a with a good result (final grade: good or better -at least 2.5 German grading system). They should also have at least B2 (CEFR) level English language proficiency.
The GRE test is mandatory for applicants with a non-Bologna-degree (155 credits for each section: Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning Score).
The next application round starts in November.
Find more details about the School and the program here. For further information, please contact Ms. Maria Hesse at the Department of Computer and Information Science. Mention that you found this call on The Insightist, Berlin.