TU Braunschweig: M.Sc. Computational Sciences in Engineering (CSE)
Standard length of study: 4 semesters
Language: German, English
Aim and contents of the master program
The field of Computational Engineering conveys a holistic view of computer based modeling, simulation and optimization of socially relevant questions within the natural sciences and engineering.
The interdisciplinary, research oriented, and comprehensive degree program Computational Sciences in Engineering (CSE) encompasses the following disciplines: engineering sciences, mathematics and computer sciences. It takes place in an interdisciplinary and bilingual environment made up of students and lecturers.
The Technische Universität Braunschweig and the major research institutions of the region, for example the German Aerospace Center (DLR), complement each other. Students may look for a placement with these regional (and other) industries for their project work and/ or master’s thesis.
- Foto: TU Braunschweig/Hartmut Aginmar
Students may take advantage oft the large variety of TU Braunschweig cooperations as well as CSE cooperations with research facilities in et al. Great Britain, France, and Spain.
The CSE program targets graduate students with an engineering degree (mechanical, electrical, civil engineering), a mathematics or computer sciences degree or another equivalent degree. Proof of German and English language proficiency has to be provided.
The master’s degree of this international, interdisciplinary, and bilingual degree program gives its graduates a variety of job opportunities in a globalized market. Due to the research-oriented profile of the program, graduates are well qualified for a scientific career. Furthermore, they are excellent candidates for leading positions as project managers as well as positions in developmental and research teams of high-tech companies, such as the automobile, aerospace, and chemical industries, and in software development.
TU Braunschweig | CSE
38106 Braunschweig | Germany