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Advanced Software Technology

Master of Science - Graduate program
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ADVANCED SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY (AST)

Master of Science – Graduate program

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Program

The Master's Program in Advanced Software Technology, set up in collaboration with JetBrains, provides comprehensive training in advanced computational paradigms data-driven analysis and software development.

This program aims to equip students with robust skills to innovate and succeed in the dynamic IT industry. Our curriculum emphasizes practical skills and advanced technologies, preparing students for diverse career paths.

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What you will get from the MSc Advanced Software Technology (AST)
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  • A multidisciplinary curriculum that seamlessly integrates the principles of software development and data science.
  • Coursework co-developed and facilitated by industry specialists from the distinguished IT company, JetBrains, and its research laboratories.
  • An in-depth exploration of contemporary programming languages and strategies employed in software development.
  • A comprehensive focus on big data processing methodologies and data analytics.
  • Direct immersion in a range of advanced technologies, including advanced deep learning and areas like meta-computing, system security, and mobile development, as part of our extensive elective coursework.
  • An expansive selection of elective courses allows students the flexibility to tailor the program to align with their specific interests.
Why study at Constructor University
International experience
Train your intercultural skills by studying with talents from more than 100 countries and excellent study-abroad options
Top rankings
Benefit from highest standards in teaching, interdisciplinary learning, early research involvement, and hands-on education.
Global career
Connect with Alumni to broaden your professional network & start your career with our individual career service support.
Key Facts
Place:
Constructor University, Bremen, Germany
Tuition:
€ 20,000 per academic year
Fall intake 2024:
Apply by June 30th
Start last week of August (orientation week), first week of September (classes)
Scholarships:
EU and EFTA students are eligible for a minimum guaranteed scholarship of € 4.000.
For AST program several fully-funded JetBrains scholarships are available.
Duration:
2 years full-time
Financing options:
Each admitted candidate will receive an individual financial package.
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Study program structure

The Advanced Software Technology graduate program is composed of foundational lectures, specialized modules, and applied project work, leading to a master thesis that can be conducted in research groups at Constructor University, at external research institutes or in close collaboration with a company. The program takes four semesters (two years). The following table shows an overview of the modular structure of the program. The program is sectioned into two areas (AST and Management modules) and the Master Thesis. All credit points (CP) are ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) credit points. In order to graduate, students need to obtain 120 CP. See Chapter 3 “Modules” of this handbook for the detailed module descriptions or refer to CampusNet.

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Study program handbook - Advanced Software Technology (MSc)
2023 version
Career perspectives

Graduates of our program are poised for success in a multitude of careers in the IT sector and computer science research. They are well-equipped for positions such as Full-Stack Developers, Data Mining Specialists, Artificial Intelligence Engineers, and Network Security Analysts.

In addition, the skills they acquire open pathways to contribute to groundbreaking research in areas like applied computer science and engineering, big data and theoretical foundations of computing and programming languages.

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I always wanted the full campus experience - something not very common in Europe. this university did offer it, paired with an English-taught program and in a progressive country like Germany.
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School of Computer Science & Engineering

This study program is part of the School of Computer Science & Engineering.

The School of Computer Science and Engineering focuses on research and development in information, communication, and production technologies, intelligent and autonomous systems, as well as the flow of goods.

Key disciplines in the school include Computer Science, Robotics, and Electrical Engineering.

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