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    Computational Science and Engineering (CSE)
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    University of Rostock

    Computational Science and Engineering (CSE)

    University of Rostock

    University of Rostock


    Germany, Rostock

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    Key Facts

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    Study Type

    Full Time


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    Start & Deadlines

    Next Intake Deadlines10-Jan-2021

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    Duration 2 year(s)
    Next Intake 10-Jan-2021

    Computational Science and Engineering (CSE)


    The course of study is interdisciplinary. It offers the following three areas of specialisation: Computational Electrical Engineering Computational Mechanical Engineering Computational Physics There are joint classes on general methods of applied mathematics and on the German language.


    Entry Requirements

    Applicants have to prove a first university degree qualifying for a profession in the subject of Computational Science and Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering, or Physics with a minimum of 180 credit points, or a similar degree.   Applicants have to prove profound knowledge in the following academic fields: For studies of Computational Electrical Engineering: electromagnetic fields and waves 3 credit points, mathematics 18 credit points, programming 6 credit points For studies of Computational Mechanical Engineering: 18 credit points mathematics, 18 credit points in technical mechanics, 6 credit points in thermodynamics, 6 credit points in fluid mechanics, 9 credit points in programming For studies of Computational Physics: 9 credit points in quantum mechanics, 6 credit points in optics, 6 credit points in statistic physics, 6 credit points in electrodynamics and 18 credit points in common mathematical foundations An admission will only be given if a successful graduation from the Master's course of study can be expected. Therefore, we accept only candidates who have completed their first university degree with at least 85% of the CGPA (cumulative grade point average) or with a comparable grade in a different grading system. Alternatively, the applicant should be able to prove any other qualifications relevant for this Master's course of study that may lead to the prospect of a successful graduation based on overall academic progress. You can enhance your performance with a GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) with a minimum score of 500.

    How to Apply

    Universität Rostock c/o uni-assist e.V. 11507 Berlin Germany
    University of Rostock

    Computational Science and Engineering (CSE)

    University of Rostock

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