The first semester is then mandatory for all: it is dedicated to the fundamentals of computer science. By the end of the first semester, the student selects courses based one or more profiles that he likes to pursue. Profiles are similar to specializations with the added benefit that multiple profiles can be realized.
The second and third semester offer specialised courses in the selected field, preparing the candidate for the final Master Thesis.
The MICS adheres to the Bologna agreement.
The Information and Computer Sciences Master programme from University of Luxembourg (MICS) is taught by faculty members from the Computer Science and Communications Research Unit. The primary mission is to conduct fundamental and applied research in the area of computer, communication and information sciences. The goal is to push forward the scientific frontiers of these fields. Overall over 200 students pursue graduate and undergraduate degrees in Computer Science with individual supervision.
The students will acquire the necessary know-how for high-level research- and industry-oriented work. Currently we teach students from more than 10 different countries, we have national and international cooperation agreements with universities across Europe, US, and China, and the private sector. The multilingual and inter-cultural environment empowers students to work both individually and in multinational teams.
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Still confused? We believe that our master program offers a unique mix of features that makes it a smart choice.
Here are ten reasons for choosing the MICS:
We are looking for students with a Bachelor or equivalent diploma degree in computer science or relevant field, with good mathematical knowledge and with the motivation to study in a research-oriented field. The MICS is completely taught in English. There will be no entry examination since the first semester acts as orientation semester where the student has to demonstrate his/her competences. The eligibility of both Bachelor/Diploma degrees in other related fields and other degrees are to be decided individually by the director of studies of the Master program.
The following requirements have to be met to be able to successfully complete the studies.
No work experience is required.
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