South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences

Informatics and Βusinеss

M.Sc. (Master of Science)
Subjects: Computer Science, Business Administration, Business Information Systems, Informatics, Business Strategy, Business Informatics
English & German
Winter semester: 15 Jul/31 Aug
Summer semester: 15 Jan/15 Feb
Application Deadlines
1.5 Years (starting: Both semesters)
Tuition Fees (per semester)
Both semesters
Mode of admission:
without admission restriction 
Study mode:
On campus

Six Reasons to choose this Master's Program

Become an expert in working at the interface between business, information technology, and engineering
Over the course of this master’s program, students learn how to combine knowledge of computer science and business administration. Students not only specialize in two core areas, but they also learn vital aspects of SAP, software engineering, IT auditing, information management, and data science, among other critical subject areas.
Bright career opportunities in industry 4.0
Graduates of this master’s program gain access to great job opportunities in mechanical engineering, plant engineering, electrical engineering, the automotive industry, the ITC industry, and the chemical industry, among many others.
Be part of a modern university of applied sciences
The University of Applied Sciences Südwestfalen is a thriving institution of higher education in the German region of North-Rhine Westphalia with campuses in five different cities. It is well known for its close connection to the regional industry and economy.
Study in the beautiful city of Hagen
The charming city of Hagen is located at the meeting point of the Sauerland and the metropolises of the Ruhr region in the heart of the thriving region of North Rhine-Westphalia. Students benefit from a pleasant atmosphere and are able to enjoy a variety of leisure activities.
Choose between two areas of specialization
This program offers students the option to choose between two interesting areas of specialization: ERP & Analytical Systems and IT Quality Management.
Develop your language skills at your own pace
The Informatics and Business program at South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences accommodates students' varying language proficiencies, offering modules in both English and German. As students' German language skills develop, they can transition to more German-taught modules, broadening their career options, particularly in the EU market, and fostering greater integration into the local culture and business network.

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