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University of Tartu (UT), Estonia

Full-time Degree programmes (for international students, language of instruction - English)

  • Applied Measurement Science - Master of Science in Engineering
  • Baltic Studies – Master of Arts in Social Sciences
  • Health Management – Master of Science in Health Science
  • Biomedicine – Master of Science in Natural Sciences
  • Foreign Language – Master of Arts in Humanities
  • Financial and Actuarial Mathematics – Master of Science in Natural Sciences
  • Security and Mobile Computing - Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Program
  • Doctoral Studies
  • University of Freiburg, Germany
    Faculty of Applied Sciences

  • M.Sc. Applied Computer Science

    The M.Sc. programme in Applied Computer Science is a bilingual two-year programme for highly qualified graduates having a bachelor’s degree in computer science or in a closely related field of study.

    Education in computer science methods and techniques are the primary goals of the programme. This is achieved through a wide range of courses, seminars and laboratory courses in Computer Science as well as in its application areas.

    The curriculum comprises an individual choice of advanced graduate courses taking previous experience, intended specialization and language skills into account.

  • Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
    Faculty of Science

  • Master of Biology
  • Master of Chemistry
  • Master of Physics
  • Master of Geography (interuniversity cooperation)
  • Master of Statistics
  • Master of Astronomy and Astrophysics
  • Master of Mathematics
  • Master of Biophysics, Biotechnology and Biochemistry

    Situated in the heart of Western Europe, K.U.Leuven has been a centre of learning for almost six centuries. Founded in 1425 by Pope Martin V, K.U.Leuven bears the double honour of being the oldest extant Catholic university in the world and the oldest university in the Low Countries. In its early days, our university was modelled on the universities of Paris, Cologne, and Vienna. In a short time, it grew into one of the largest and most renowned universities in Europe. Its academic fame attracted numerous scholars who made valuable contributions to European culture.


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