|Study location||Germany, Heidelberg|
|Nominal duration||24 months (120 ECTS)|
|Awards||M.Sc. (Master of Science in Applied Computer Science)|
|Tuition fee||€6,450 per semester|
|Registration fee||€1,000 one-time
Registration Fee is non-refundable
Undergraduate degree (Bachelor's degree or higher)
An internationally recognised Bachelor’s degree (180 ECTS) in Computer Science or in the subjects “Virtual Realities”, “Applied Computer Science”, “Information Management”, IT, Software Development or a comparable degree.
A good knowledge of object-oriented programming languages (Java/C++/Python, etc.) and databases (MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, etc.)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / German.
Dear Applicant, Please be sure to bring your original entry qualification and other supporting documents with you when arriving on the SRH campus.
Please be sure to bring your original entry qualification and other supporting documents with you when arriving on the SRH campus.
How is computer science applied in business and research? Enhance your knowledge and, after graduation, embark on a career with the employer of your choice or pursue a doctorate.
- International Project Management
- Software Development Practice
- Advanced Databases
- Specialisation I
- Software Architecture and Development
- Advanced Computer Science
- Specialisation II
- Current Topics in Computer Science
- Specialisation III
- Elective Module: Research Project or Internship
- Master’s Thesis Seminar
- Master’s thesis
Having a Master of Science degree in “Applied Computer Science” and a qualification on all layers of full-stack-development including your individual profile will give you best chance on an exciting and well-paid job in software and IT-industry. Graduates from previous years now work for large companies such as ABB, Airbus and Accenture, and for Adidas, Audi, Bosch, BMW, BASF, Deloitte, Deutsche Börse, DKFZ, Triumph, PWC, SAP and Verivox, as well as for successful SMEs. Our programme will also qualify you for a position in the public sector, for work in research, and for a doctorate.