The four-semester master's program combines theoretical and application-oriented contents and is divided into the following four components:
- Synchronization: Learning fundamental methods of computational sciences and establishing an interdisciplinary profile from courses that were not worked on in the respective bachelor’s degree program
- Scientific computing: Setting a priority in numerics, statistics, or computer science
- Specialization: Focus on one of the three scientific fields: molecular sciences, Earth sciences, or atmospheric sciences
- Master’s thesis: Writing upa research project in the field chosen for specialization
The applicants must already have a degree as specified in §3 of the Zugangssatzung (admissions statutes) and a working knowledge of English (B1 GER or equivalent).
- Prof. Dr. Frank Noé, Scientific Coordinator, Tel.: +49 30 838-75354, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ulrike Geiger, Administrative Coordinator, Tel.: +49 30 838-60509, Email: email@example.com; www.compsci.fu-berlin.de
Time and Location of the Information Session
- Wednesday, May 25, 2016, 6 – 8 p.m.
- Arnimallee 6 (Pi Building) Seminar Room 031, , 14195 Berlin; subway station: Dahlem-Dorf (U3)
- Applications with a German degree are processed by the central Admissions Office: www.fu-berlin.de/en/studium/bewerbung/master/konsekutive-masterstudiengaenge/link-bewerbung-master/index.html
- Applicants with a non-German bachelor's degree have to initially apply via uni-assist: https://www.uni-assist.de/online/fu-berlin/?lang=en (Note: This requires more time and should be done as early as possible and well before the above deadline.)
- Homepage of the new master’s degree program in computational sciences: http://www.compsci.fu-berlin.de
- Master’s degree program in computational sciences in the overview of master’s programs at Freie Universität Berlin: http://www.fu-berlin.de/en/studium/studienangebot/master/computational_sciences/