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What does the programme lead to?

Computer science is an internationally recognised education programme that gives you access to a global job market in a field with virtually no unemployment. On the contrary, there's a lack of graduates in Computer science, and demand is expected to rise in the coming years.

A Master's degree in Computer science gives you a wide range of career opportunities. These include many different IT-related jobs in both the private and the public sectors, an entrepreneurial career, or a career in research and teaching.

Computer scientists work at all levels of companies, from software developers to project managers and executives in software divisions or companies.

Examples of job titles

  • App Developer
  • Big Data Solution Architect
  • Enterprise Architect
  • Financial Fraud Data Expert
  • IT Safety and Security Specialist
  • Software Designer
  • Game Developer
  • User Experience Designer
  • Voice Recognition AI Developer
  • Web Front-/Backend Developer

Degree qualifications

What exactly makes you particularly attractive in the job market if you take a Master's degree in Computer science? To a potential future employer, you are your competencies. Therefore, we here give you an overview of the competences that the programme gives you: