European Centres of Academic Excellence
This English Master programme is unique in its precise tailoring to the needs of the industry. Graduates do not only possess cutting-edge technological competence but also excellent management and engineering skills – perfect pre-requisites for a high-flying career in software engineering.
Four semesters, two semesters cover theoretical knowledge, third and fourth semester are dedicated to practical application as (paid) intern in a company.
Bachelor Degree in information technology comprising at least three years of theoretical studies, with emphasis on software engineering, programming, database systems and computer networks. Additional professional experience in the software industry is strongly recommended.
Online for the next summer semester (start March 15th 2012) between October 22nd and November 30th via http://www-english.hof-university.de/application-process.1152.0.html
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CHANGE YOUR LIFE THIS JANUARY
By studying a master’s programme at Oxford Brookes University Business School and the Oxford School of Hospitality and Management you will gain the practical experience and application of skills that employers are looking for.
Oxford Brookes University Business School
The Business School offers the following programmes starting in January 2012:
The Oxford School of Hospitality Management
The Oxford School of Hospitality Management offers the programmes listed below which start in January 2012:
- MSc International Hospitality and Tourism Management
- MSc International Hotel and Tourism Management
- MSc International Hotel and Tourism Marketing
Applied Mathematics - Bachelor of Science (Honours)
Mathematical Biology - Bachelor of Science (Honours)
Mathematical Biology - Master of Science (MSc)
We are a small friendly Division offering a lively, modern programme
of study at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. As well as
degrees in Mathematics and Mathematical Biology, we offer a wide range
of Joint Honours Degrees, where Mathematics can be combined with a
variety of other subjects, for example, Accountancy, Applied
Computing, Economics, English and Physics.
Mathematics is central to the study of science, and few scientific
developments are possible without underlying mathematical theories.
Explanations of physical, chemical and biological phenomena often
require sophisticated mathematics. For example, mathematics is now
extensively used to try to develop a better understanding of human
diseases such as cancer and HIV.
We have research groups in Mathematical Biology, Numerical Analysis
and Scientific Computing, Applied Analysis, and Magnetohydrodynamics.