All candidates must hold a first higher education degree (Bachelor, 180 ECTS) before the program starts or demonstrate a recognised equivalent level of learning according to national legislation and practices, with excellent grades and other study results (diploma rating of min 75%). Good proficiency in English is required.
- Bachelor degree or equivalent in one of the following:
- Computer Science Engineering
- Business Information Technology
- Software Information Technology
Holders of other Bachelor degrees will first go through a validation process by the Credit Transfer Committee.
- The minimum requirement to be eligible for the entrance exam is 40 credits in the following areas:
- Fundamentals in natural sciences (analysis, algebra, probability, mathematical statistics, physics) - 20 credits
- Economics and humanities (economics, environmental protection, quality assurance, technical language, social sciences) - 15 credits
- Computational theory and programming (computational and algorithm theory, programming languages, program design, software technology) - 15 credits
- Skills in information technology (electronics, digital technology, measurement and control technology, computer architectures, operating systems, computer networks) - 15 credits
- Information systems (database management, knowledge representation, modeling, analysis, implementation of IT systems, IT security) – 15 credits
- At least 'good' (over 75%).
Language of tuition:
- For detailed description of language requirements, click here.
Entrance examination topics
Deadline for application
- 31 March 2021
- The Computer Science Engineering Masters Program starts in February each year. Note that there is an additional compulsory Preparatory Semester (in the Autumn semester) for international students.
For detailed information about the application procedure, click here.