Computer Science, Department
Fachbereich 03: Mathematik / Informatik at the Uni Bremen
- Bibliothekstraße 5
- 28359 Bremen
- Phone: +49 421 218-63500
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Special features regarding teachingBremen project-based degree (as a rule, development of large software systems in large teams over two semesters); Students’ academic work is usually in the form of group work; Many optional courses, which means specialisation possible for bachelor’s degree; Close integration of teaching and research (learning through research); application-oriented; Interdisciplinary partnerships/courses.
Special features regarding the international orientation44 international partner universities; for student exchange; Master’s programme in Digital Media in English; Approx. 50% foreign students in the Master’s programme Digital Media; Compulsory semester abroad in the Bachelor’s programme Digital Media; Study tandems for foreign students in first/second semester; Various international research partnerships with over 200 international cooperation partners.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsUC Santa Barbara, Trinity College Dublin, University College Dublin, Mahidol University Bangkok, KTH Stockholm, University of Tokyo, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, University of Melbourne, Aalto University Finland, KMUTT Bangkok
Special features regarding the equipmentDepartmental computer work spaces; WiFi across the campus; Work spaces for student projects, some with technical equipment; Workplaces in the nearby central library; Group workplaces with web access; Specialist laboratories (e.g. robotics); Various special laboratories (e.g. Spatial Cognition Virtusphere, Bremen Ambient Assisted Living Lab (BAALL), maritime exploration hall, space exploration hall).
Support for foundersUniversity-wide institutions that help with spin-offs, e.g. BRIDGE. Courses in this area can be accredited as “General Studies”. The University of Bremen in integrated in the Technology Park.
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsUniversity-wide Contact and Information Center for Students with Disabilities or Chronic Disease (KIS); Interest Group Handicap; possibility of reasonable adjustments (individual arrangements for a suitable type of examination); flexible programme schedules; easy extension beyond the regular programme duration; Barrier-free building.
Characteristics of diversity advancementRepresentative for diversity; various classes and courses beyond specific degree programmes; family-friendly study environment (assistance for students and teaching staff); flexible programme schedules; summer university for women in computer science (Informatica Feminale) held for the past 20 years; special coaching programme for female students in STEM subjects (“MINT Coaching”); computer-science-related programmes for different interest groups: Digital Media, Systems Engineering, Business Information Systems, dual degree programme; studying without a higher education entrance qualification (Abitur); flexible recognition of previous knowledge/experience. HERE: Integration of refugees in higher education.
Other special featuresComprehensive introductory weeks for freshers (incl. pre-courses); Good contacts with teachers (‘open door’); Teaching in areas with a unique selling point (e.g., Spatial Cognition, Cognitive Robotics); One of the largest research clusters in the field of informatics in Germany; Research-based learning as a guiding principle.
Further information on research activitiesszi.uni-bremen.de
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Last update 2018: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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