|Degree:||Master of Science (MSc)|
|University website:||Computer Science and Software Engineering|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||20,000 EUR|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||20,000 EUR|
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Combining a research-driven approach, strong academic culture, and direct connections to the business world, Schaffhausen Institute of Technology (SIT) and Jacobs University Bremen offer together a Master in Computer Science and Software Engineering (MSc CSSE) program.
Learning and working alongside a network of world-class experts will help you gain cutting-edge knowledge and equip you with the most up-to-date tech skills. The students have the opportunity to participate in research, summer internships, and industry projects, all of which prepare them for international careers.
A core emphasis of the study programs in two places, studying at Schaffhausen Institute of Technology and Jacobs University Bremen international private University, is placed upon supporting the participants’ personal development in terms of soft and intercultural skills. According to THE, Jacobs University is one of Germany’s most international campuses where you meet students from over 120 countries.
The program includes activities in both Schaffhausen and Bremen, giving you the opportunity to travel and meet colleagues, professors and business partners. All travel expenses between the two campuses are covered by SIT.
Computer science and software engineering are at the forefront of innovation globally and impact all economic sectors including communications, retail, automotive, agriculture, pharmaceuticals, and chemical engineering, and as well as the broader socio-political environment.
The MSc CSSE was designed to provide advanced knowledge of digital infrastructure at the intersection of many disciplines.
With interdisciplinarity at its core, the master's program combines technical knowledge with intensive coursework in the disciplines of leadership, entrepreneurship, business, organizational psychology, and transformational change management.
Our strategic advisory board is chaired by Nobel Prize Winner Sir Konstantin Novoselov, and its members include some of the world’s most prominent scientists and academics, along with globally recognized business and thought leaders who act as trustees of the resources and mission of our institutions.
Join a community of like-minded people who believe that technology can help us to strive toward building a better, more sustainable future. With more than 110 countries represented on the Schaffhausen and Bremen campuses, you will create lasting connections across the globe that will follow you throughout your career.
We seek to immerse our program participants in science, technology and business from day one of the program – through courses designed and mentored by a powerful network of leading scientists and entrepreneurs and unique projects promoting active learning, such as the Capstone Project.
The Alumni and Career Services Center accompanies students through all stages of their career development in order to enable them to achieve their professional goals. The Career Services Center organizes career fairs, company recruiting events, as well as training on project management, business communication, job interview skills, and more.
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