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Study Programme Overview

FACULTY: Information Technology and Electrical Engineering
STUDY PROGRAMME: Master Digital Transformation
DEGREE: Master of Science (M. Sc.)
REGULAR COURSE DURATION: 4 Semesters
PLACE: Dortmund
START OF STUDIES: Winter Semester
SEMESTER CONTRIBUTION: € 299,88 each Semester
ADMISSION: via www.fh-dortmund.de/mdt
CENTRALLY RESTRICTED ADMISSION POLICY: none
REQUIRED QUALIFICATION:  Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Engineering (three or four years), Diplom-Ingenieurin or Diplom-Ingenieur in the field of Computer science, Electrical Engineering or Information Technology; or foreign equivalent with a final grade or mark of at least “good“ (2.5). It must be evident that previous studies included a thesis. The previous studies have to include sufficient knowledge in Embedded Systems and Computer Science/ Electrical Engineering/ Software Engineering (together at least 40%).

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Applicants need proof of their English language skills, certified by a Test of English as a foreign language (TOEFL) not older than two years at the time of application. There are two formats for the TOEFL: internet-based TOEFL with a score of 90 or TOEFL ITP (Institutional Testing Programme) with a score of 550. Also accepted are other tests, e.g. IELTS with a score of 6.5 or equivalents. A passed English language Bachelor degree can only be accepted in exceptional cases as proof of sufficient English languague skills.
ADMISSION PROCESS: International applicants from member states of the European Union (EU) and from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, as well as applicants from non-EU countries with a German family member as well as international applicants with a German university entrance qualification must register online via www.fh-dortmund.de/esm for application beginning at the end of May. International applicants who do not belong to the above mentioned groups must apply directly to masteresm@fh-dortmund.de. Deadline for applications (receipt in Fachhochschule Dortmund) is July 15 for the winter semester. Applications received after the deadline can be considered only if there are still free study places.