Computer Science, Department
Fakultät für Informatik at the Uni BW München
- Werner-Heisenberg-Weg 39
- 85577 München
- Phone: +49 89 6004-2320
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Special features regarding teachingintensive supervision; small-group concept; Excellent tutor-student ratio; campus university; option of taking an intensive course of study: Bachelor's degree can be achieved in 2.25 years, Master's degree in an additional further 1.75 years; Participation of students in the latest research projects; The practicals and projects have large practical parts; Stays abroad during the degree course are encouraged
Special features regarding the international orientationNumerous students have the opportunity of a funded stay abroad at renowned partner universities (including NPS Monterey, Columbia University, NU Singapore). Stays can also be taken up in the Bachelor’s programme. Preparation and follow-up of these stays is provided.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsUniversity of Arizona, USA; Naval Postgraduate School Monterey, USA; Tongji Universität, China; Universität Salerno, Italien; Universität Camerino, Italien; ENSAM Paris, Frankreich; Universidad Nacional Mar del Plata, Argentinien; KMITL King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Bangkok, Thailand
Special features regarding the equipmentVery good technical equipment; Several laboratories; The workplaces in the residential areas on campus are connected via the computer centre.
Support for foundersClose cooperation with the Straschegg Center in Munich and entrepreneur events like the ICE conference series.
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsExceptions have been made on several occasions with regard to the examination period for affected students.
Characteristics of diversity advancementThe faculty has been committed for many years to the interdisciplinary “studium plus” programme, in which it offers a one-semester, interdisciplinary teaching course involving almost all the faculty teaching staff; topics include Literary Studies meets Computer Science, Digital Humanities, Serious Games, and Social Software.
Other special featuresLearning Centre at Institute 1 (Theoretical Computer Science, Mathematics and Operations Research). Individual support plus affiliated maths club. Voluntary coaching.
Further information on research activitieswww.unibw.de/inf
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Last update 2018: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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