Master of Science in Computer Science for Digital Media (Germany) Deadline: Jan.15, 2019
Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany
January 15, 2019
April 1, 2019
Duration of the Program
The Computer Science Department of the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar is an interdisciplinary department focusing on every aspect of information processing within the context of digital media, as well as with the conception and development of interactive digital systems.
In the Master’s degree programme in Computer Science for Digital Media the students are introduced to advanced topics in computer science and the application of computer science to digital media. The programme consists of five main research modules with courses in the following four areas: modelling, distributed and secure systems, intelligent information systems, and graphical and interactive systems. The fields of teaching, research and expertise include the following: applied mathematics, big data analytics, computer vision in engineering, web technology and information systems, computer graphics, human-computer interaction, intelligent software systems, media security, mobile media, virtual reality and visualisation, usability, networked media and algorithm engineering.
Numerous third-party-funded research projects underscore the high quality of this department and the research-focused, project-oriented course of study.
There is no tuition fees for the program.
The prerequisite for admission to the Master’s degree programme is a Bachelor of Science degree (including a Bachelor’s thesis) in computer science, media informatics, media technology or related fields such as electrical engineering, physics, or mathematics with a strong focus on computer science.
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Applicants must provide proof of English at level B2 (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages – CEFR). Equivalent tests: IELTS (minimum 6.0 points) or TOEFL (internet-based) minimum 80 points. German level A1 is recommended but is not a requirement.