Building on a Bachelor’s degree, a Master’s program provides specialization and in-depth learning. As a graduate of one of our Master’s programs you are as well qualified for higher positions in the economy as for a subsequent academic career via a doctoral program.
Double Diploma INSA Lyon
Together with INSA Lyon’s Département Informatique, we designed this international integrated degree program to enable its participants to spend eight semesters at their respective home university, and four semesters at the partner university. Tuition fees at the visited institution a waived. Upon successful completion of this program, graduates receive a diploma from both universities.
Double Degree IT Security
TU Darmstadt and we have established this unique program with a specific focus on information security. As a participant you will visit the partner university for six months to benefit from a wide range of security-oriented courses and the opportunity to establish international collaborations.
Extended Studies on Innovation
Offered by TU Wien’s Innovation Incubation Center (i2c), the Extended Studies on Innovation program is an international curriculum which provides TU Wien students of Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD programs with a premium, hands-on education on intra- und entrepreneurship. It fosters innovative thinking and offers a solid education for entrepreneurial spirits, business developers and/or innovation managers. This additional education enhances your job prospect in research and industry prepares for an entrepreneurial life. Graduates receive a Diploma Supplement on Innovation.
The admission to our Master’s program requires a Bachelor’s degree received from a university of applied sciences or through another equivalent study at a recognized post-secondary educational institution in Austria or abroad. Should your native language not be English you have to prove your proficiency in English. For a successful course of study, you should at least score reference level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Didactics of Informatics, UE 066 950
The Master’s program Didactics of Informatics can no longer be enrolled. Students who have been admitted to this program prior to 1 October 2016 have the right to complete it until 30 November 2021, subject to an uninterrupted continuing education report.