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The JKU Master in Bioinformatics is a 2 years full-time program with 120 ECTS points. It is an interdisciplinary study with all courses in English. Read more
The JKU Master in Bioinformatics is a 2 years full-time program with 120 ECTS points. It is an interdisciplinary study with all courses in English. The first semester is a transitional phase of bridge modules that prepares students from various fields for the following courses according to their prior education.

JKU is a vibrant place to study and a premier institution for research. It is among the top young universities in Europe and has a strong commitment to fundamental and applied research.

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The JKU Master in Computer Science is a 2 years full-time program with 120 ECTS points. It is delivered in English and comes with 5 areas of specialization. Read more
The JKU Master in Computer Science is a 2 years full-time program with 120 ECTS points. It is delivered in English and comes with 5 areas of specialization:
- Computational Engineering
- Intelligent Information Systems
- Networks and Security
- Pervasive Computing
- Software Engineering.

JKU is a vibrant place to study and a premier institution for research. The Computer Science department employs a 30-strong tenured faculty and has about 1000 enrolled students (roughly 650 Bachelor, 300 Master, and 80 PhD students). It is among the top young universities in Europe and has a strong commitment to fundamental and applied research.

See also the curriculum (http://cs.jku.at/teaching/curricula/2013/CS_Master_Guide.pdf) and the admissions FAQ (http://cs.jku.at/teaching/master/admissionFAQs.html).

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