MSc programme, 2 years

Master’s degree programme, 2 years

– Admission


Prospective students must have a bachelor degree in computer science, software engineering, information systems, or similar.

Their education should include university level courses in the following topics:

  • Calculus
  • Discrete Mathematics and Logic
  • Statistics
  • Computers (Hardware)
  • Operating Systems
  • Communication Technology / Distributed Systems
  • Programming and Programming Languages
  • Algorithms
  • Human-Computer Interaction / User Interfaces
  • Software Engineering, including project management, requirements engineering, architectural design, OO design modeling (UML or similar), and testing
  • Databases and Data Modeling (e.g., ER)
  • Information Systems Analysis (preferably covering both modeling techniques, e.g. DFD, EPC, and available technology implementations, e.g. ERP, data warehouses)

Candidates with weak coverage of the topics might be considered if they have other strengths to compensate for it.

Students should ideally have at least:

  • 30 ECTS credits in mathematical courses. These would include courses in discrete mathematics, logic, analysis, calculus, algebra, statistics, etc.
  • 60 ECTS credits in ICT courses. These would include courses in software engineering, programming, data bases, information systems engineering, IT and society, human computer interaction, security, telecommunication, operationg systems, etc.
  • 120 ECTS credits in total in mathematical and ICT courses.
  • A basic knowledge and competence in analysis, design and implementation of ICT systems.

It is recommended that students have basic courses in business administration and project management (not a requirement).

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Language Requirements

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Application Deadline

15 JANUARY: International applicants
The online application is now open for self-financed and Quota Scheme applicants.