Masters in Digital Engineering (Germany) Deadline: Jan.15, 2019

Otto von Guericke University

Magdeburg, Germany

Application Deadline

January 15, 2019

Program Commencement

April 2019

Duration of the Program

Four Semesters

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Program Details

Otto von Guericke University-Magdeburg, one of the youngest Universities in Germany, is named after the physicist Otto von Guericke, famous for his experiments with the Magdeburg hemispheres. The Master’s degree program in Digital Engineering offered at the University targets students with a Bachelor’s degree or German “Diplom” degree in Engineering or in Informatics. The study imparts comprehensive knowledge for the development, construction and operation of complex technical products as well as systems to be found in industrial engineering or in the automotive industry. The degree program provides important competences for realization of both academic research and advanced industrial development.

The course involves an extraordinary high share of project work, which will prepare the students for special challenges of interdisciplinary work. Many projects offer collaboration with world leading industrial partners or research institutes. The program also focuses on human interaction while working in interdisciplinary engineering teams and the management of such teams.

Eligibility/ Requirements

Academic: Bachelor degree or diploma or a master’s degree or a degree completed, in computer science or a course closely related to computer science discipline or in an engineering-related field of study. The standard duration of the preceding Bachelor’s degree program must be at least 6 semesters or cover 180 ICTS credits. 

Language: Applicants must provide proof of their German or English skills: level C1 (according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) or native speaker.  International applicants either need the DSH-2 or TestDaF with a 4/4/4/4 grading or TOEFL (with the following minimum scores: paper-based 627 or computer-based 263 or internet based 108) or the IELTS (overall score of 7.0 or higher).

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Application Process

To apply, submit the following here:

  • Printed and signed uni-assist online application form;
  • Copy of the pages of your passport containing your personal details and photograph, and your residence permit where applicable;
  • Officially certified copy and sworn translation of all academic certificates beginning from your secondary school leaving certificate to the highest degree acquired (in German or English) with grades and overview of subjects;
  • Officially certified copy of German or English language certificates

For more information on the program, click here.

For queries, write to Prof Dr Frank Ortmeier or call +49 3916752804

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