DAAD-Chat with talk42 on 19th October 2011: Computer Science

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In today`s increasingly global information society it makes perfect sense to earn a Computer Science degree abroad. In Germany with its long tradition of academic excellence international students can take advantage of a wide array of universities and universities of applied sciences, which offer various Bachelor and Master degrees of Computer Science. Are German CS degrees internationally recognized? Do I have to learn German or are there courses that are taught in English? What is the difference between a university and a university of applied sciences and which suits me best?

Prof. Dr. Christoph Wentzel , Steffen Küpper

Chat and discuss your questions in English or German using talk42 Software with our experts, Prof. Dr. Christoph Wentzel (Coordinator for the JIM program and for international relations at the University of Applied Sciences, Darmstadt) and Steffen Küpper (Assistant for the JIM program and for international relations at the University of Applied Sciences, Darmstadt), Wednesday, 19th October 2011, 4-5pm.

Please be aware that Mr Wentzel and Mr Küpper are experts on Computer Science. If you have more general questions about studying in Germany, please use the DAAD Contact Form or post your question on our Facebook profile. If you are interested in scholarships, we recommend the DAAD scholarship overview.

 

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