- Start Dates
- Winter Semester: October 11th
- Both semesters
- Mode of admission:
- local admission restriction
- Study mode:
- On campus
Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in Human-Computer Interaction, Computer Science for Digital Media and Computer Science, and other courses in technological fields of academic study specifically related to HCI and Computer Science. In addition, candidates must prove that they possess basic knowledge of Human-Machine Interaction, Usability, Perception and Cognition. As a rule, candidates can prove that they possess ample knowledge in these areas by having acquired at least six Credit Points (CP) in subject-related undergraduate courses. You do need solid programming skills and some background knowledge in mathematics.
A final grade of at least 2.0.
The following certificates are recognised as proof of your language proficience.
Specification: C1 for submission of the Master’s thesis.
Specification: 95 for submission of the Master’s thesis.
Specification: Each test component must be at least 6.0. In order to be eligible for submission of the Master’s thesis, you need to have an overall score of 7.0.
Specification: CAE for submission of the Master’s thesis.
Specification: Only required for submission of the Master’s thesis.
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Application Procedure & Selection
- Prerequisite for admission to the course is a Bachelor of Science degree with at least a grade of "good" in the courses Human-Computer Interaction (Human-Computer Interaction HCI) or media informatics or a first that is recognized as relevant by the responsible examination board Professionally qualifying university degree, a degree from a university of applied sciences or a state or state-recognized vocational academy.
- A prerequisite for admission to studies is proof of language skills in English at competence level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference (see language requirements).
- In addition, a motivation letter (in English) of approx. 2-4 pages (A4) must be enclosed with the study application. This letter of motivation should describe the specific motivation for the application for the HCI Master and give an overview of the previous university and professional/practical training course. These can be completed HCI-relevant projects and/or internships, student engagement.
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