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Master of Science in Informatics (120 ECTS, English)


Course Description

The Faculty offers a Master degree of Science in Informatics with six specialisation areas: Software Design, Distributed Systems, Intelligent Systems, Embedded Systems Design, Applied Mathematics & Computational Science, and Geometric & Visual Computing.
The Master of Science in Informatics provides advanced theoretical and practical skills. The programme is designed for both Bachelor students who wish to complete their education and professionals seeking to refresh their knowledge and skills. The Master combines the study of fundamental aspects of computer systems with a hands-on approach, preparing professionals for successfully pursuing a career in research and development.
The programme prepares students for current and evolving technologies in computer sciences by deepening their knowledge in several directions. Students learn how to develop, select, and evaluate computer programmes with the help of a strong theoretical background. In parallel, they acquire abilities to understand, design, simulate and optimise complex systems where important competences include the capability to learn and to adapt to unpredictable and dynamic situations. Students learn how to design, test and analyse software programmes providing the required level of software quality using the appropriate software engineering methodologies. Fundamental aspects include the capability to design and reason about distributed systems, advanced data and information management systems, and modern computing systems.

Entry Requirements

The formal requirement for admission to the Master's degrees in Informatics is a Bachelor's degree from a recognised university in the field of Computer sciences, Mathematics, Physics, Electrical engineering, or related disciplines. Furthermore, good command of English is required.

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