Duration
2 years
Intakes
Study mode
Full-time
Other costs
Other costs apply

About this course

Computer science is traditionally understood as the science of transmitting, storing, and automated processing of data. In line with this definition, principles behind the construction and programming of computers make up the majority of ​​research at the Institute of Computer Science. However, the evolution of computer science is largely determined by the requirements based on real-world applications and is also reflected in a scientifically diverse research profile.

The wide range of research conducted at the Institute is made possible through the integration of a number of non-university partners, in particular the Zuse Institute Berlin and the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics. Partners from other universities and independent research institutions are involved in projects that are funded by the European Union and the Germany Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

Entry Requirements

B1 CEFR    

  • five years of English instruction at school
  • IELTS 4.5
  • Cambridge Examinations:
    • Preliminary English Test (PET)
    • First Certificate (FCE)
    • Advanced (CAE)
    • Proficiency (CPE)
  • TOEFL: Paper 450 or Computer 130 or Internet 60

B2 CEFR    

  • six years of English instruction at school
  • IELTS 5.0
  • Cambridge Examinations:
    • First Certificate (FCE)
    • Advanced (CAE)
    • Proficiency (CPE)
  • TOEFL: Paper 500 or Computer 170 or Internet 80