Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Digital Enginееring

M.Sc. (Master of Science)
Subjects: Computer Science, Civil Engineering, Statistics, Applied Mathematics, Software Engineering & Development, Mathematics, Applied Engineering, Digital Engineering, Digital Transformation
English only
Winter semester: 15 Jul/30 Sep
Summer semester: 15 Jan/31 Mar
Application Deadlines
2 Years (starting: Both semesters)
Tuition Fees (per semester)
Both semesters
Mode of admission:
local admission restriction 
Study mode:
On campus

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Six Reasons to choose this Master's Program

Gain interdisciplinary knowledge
In the Digital Engineering Master's program, students comprehensively understand various fields, including Civil Engineering and Computer Science. The curriculum emphasizes the practical application of engineering and computer science methods for end-to-end digitalization in design, production, and utilization processes. This comprehensive approach equips students to excel in interdisciplinary processes across various industrial fields, positioning students for success in Industry 4.0.
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Choose a specialization path
Students can choose from rich specialization options to align with their interests. These specializations include Simulation Procedures, AI and Data-based Methods, Practical Engineering, Structures and Materials, Advanced Computer Science, Mobility and Transport, and more . With modules available for selection within the subject areas Engineering Methods, Computer Science Methods students can tailor their educational experience to suit their career goals and aspirations best.
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Choose desired electives
Thanks to the flexible curriculum of the program, students are allowed to choose from numerous Master's level courses available across various faculties at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar. This further diversifies and enriches the study experience.
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Study fully in English
For the M.Sc. Digital Engineering study program, students solely need English proficiency for both admission and successful completion. There is no requirement to possess German language skills at any stage of the program.
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Improve your German
Understanding some German can greatly enhance day-to-day life in Germany. As a benefit of the M.Sc. in Digital Engineering program, students are offered the opportunity to learn German and other languages for free (up to 6 ECTS may be credited as elective courses), facilitating a more seamless living experience in the country while pursuing their studies.
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Research-led and project-based education
The program introduces students to cutting-edge research topics. Skills can be developed and specialized in group projects offered by professors from the Civil Engineering and Computer Science and Media faculties.
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