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Am I eligible?

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Eligibility criteria

Successful candidates have a bachelor of science degree in computer science with a solid background in theoretical computer science and mathematics plus a good to very good final result. Our master's program builds upon our bachelor's program in computer science, which means that we expect applicants from other universities to have a similar background as our own bachelor graduates. You can find information on the curriculum of our bachelor's program on this page.

Before you apply, please check that you fulfill ALL of the following requirements:

  • you have a bachelor's degree in computer science or a related field
  • your final transcript proves that you have earned at least 15 ECTS credit points in theoretical computer science subjects, 18 ECTS credit points in mathematics, 18 ECTS credit points in programming, software technology and information systems, 10 ECTS credit points for your bachelor's thesis

If you do not fulfill ALL of the above-mentioned requirements, you are not eligible to apply. Please make sure that your official bachelor's transcript either shows credit points according to the ECTS credit point system or else attach a diploma supplement that explains the credit point system of your university.

If you are unsure if you are eligible or not, please have a close look at the information on the compulsory modules of our bachelor's program listed on this page

Courses in theoretical computer science typically comprise the following topics: algorithms, concepts of imperative, dynamic and linear programming, automata theory, graph theory, computational complexity, formal languages, data structures, NP-hard problems, recursion. If you have not covered most of these topics in your undergraduate studies, you are not encouraged to apply. Your transcript has to clearly show that you have covered the above-mentioned topics.

For further information on the background we expect from successful candidates, please go to the Recommended Reading page. This blog article and this summary explain what Computer Science is.

Prof. Jürgen Gall is the head of our computer vision group

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