Call for applications: Three scholarships for foreign computer science students
Study Software Systems Engineering at one of the best universities in Germany
The Hasso Plattner Institute awards three scholarships to particularly
motivated and talented students to pursue the master’s degree in Software
Systems Engineering in Germany. Scholarships are open to applicants with
foreign citizenship and stateless individuals.
The study program:
The English-language Master Software Systems Engineering is the right program for anyone who wants to deepen their knowledge in one of the most state-of-the-art fields in computer science. Explore the innovation potential of cutting-edge technologies at one of the top universities in Germany. The students explore state-of-the-art topics such as AI, machine learning, data analytics, data engineering, software systems, online systems and interactive systems. Together with companies from business and industry, complex solutions are developed during the master's program that advance the digital transformation.
HPI supports students to exciting careers:
Research: At HPI's Research School, with its branch offices in Cape
Town, Haifa, Nanjing and Irvine, research is done on the technologies
of the future. HPI's Future Soc Lab provides the necessary IT
Entrepreneurship: Thanks to the in-depth specialist knowledge and the professional skills imparted, the degree program at HPI qualifies students to found their own startups and to implement innovative business ideas. The HPI E-School and the HPI Seed Fund support these projects during and after studies.
Leadership: Graduates are able to shape digital transformation and initiate the necessary change processes in business, science and society. This makes graduates sought-after employees in all areas in which IT solutions play an essential role. HPI prepares students for key positions in management and leadership.
Hasso Plattner Institute as a study location:
Close to the global metropolis of Berlin, the Hasso Plattner Institute (HPI) welcomes its students to the Griebnitzsee campus in Potsdam. HPI is equipped with the latest information technology. Benefit from close studentfaculty ratios and experience working on practical topics and questions. With the Master's degree in Software Systems Engineering, you will study at the joint Digital Engineering Faculty of the University of Potsdam and the Hasso Plattner Institute. The University of Potsdam is represented in international ranking lists such as Times Higher Education and Nature's Top 175 young. HPI achieves a top ranking in the German CHE ZEIT ranking every year.
This scholarship program offers you the opportunity to continue your academic education in Germany with a postgraduate course of study in Software Systems Engineering (M.Sc.).
The scholarships are exclusively for excellent foreign students who have completed their first academic degree no later than the beginning of the winter semester 22/23. The scholarship is for the amount of 500 € per month.
• Apply until May 20.
All information on the course of study https://hpi.de/en/studies/before-your-studies/degreeprograms/master/software-systems-engineering.html
Scholarship application https://hpi.de/en/open-campus/application/2022/applicationscholarships-software/
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Prof. Dr. Gerard de Melo,
Study Program Representative and Head of the Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Systems research group
and Student Services
Telephone office hours: Tuesdays, 13.00 - 14.00
(please pre-register – additional appointments available by appointment)
Online-office hours (via Zoom): Tuesdays, 14.00 - 15.00
International Student and Scholar Services
Please note that pre-selection for a scholarship does not guarantee a place in
the incoming class. You will only be awarded the scholarship if you are
offered and accept a study place as a full-time student in HPI's degree
program M.Sc. Software Systems Engineering for the winter semester