The Master’s of Software Engineering starts with a core module where you will acquire general software engineering skills. You will then choose one of two specialization modules: enterprise software (delivered by University of Tartu) or embedded & real-time software (delivered by Tallinn University of Technology).
Full-time students admitted to this Master’s programme in 2014 will automatically receive a tuition-waiving scholarship. One important disclaimer though: this tuition-waiver scholarship is for students who complete a full-time study load of 30 credit-points (ECTS) per semester.
Tuition-waiver scholarships are available: www.ut.ee/scholarships
Application deadline: April 16
Students are admitted according to ranking lists formed on the basis of entrance requirements set separately for each curriculum. There are English language requirements for admission to Master's prorgammes taught in English.
Recipient: University of Tartu
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