Open access with admission requirements
The Master’s degree programme strengthens and deepens the cultural background in the fundamental areas of computer science, introduces the most recent and advanced fields of computer science, and provides some basic skills to investigate a research project in computational disciplines.
Master graduates typically assume managing and leading roles in ICT organizations and may contribute and lead R&D ICT projects in public organizations and private companies.
The growth of the ICT job market continues to be very positive, hence the outlook is very promising. The master degree allows to apply to the admission competitions for the PhD programs in computer Science or related disciplines.
Internet, Mobile and Security
Programming Languages, Systems and Algorithms
Internet of Things and Embedded Systems
Data and Process Management
Innovation and Entrepreneurship in ICT
unemployment rate (Almalaurea 2021)
high quality content
Bachelor diploma (or equivalent).
A minimun three-year undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in Computer Science, Information Engineering or related fields (e. g. Mathematics or Statistics) is required, with proven skills in computer science.
English: B2 Level (CEFR) or equivalent.
Be Tutor in 2022/23!
Tutors are students who help younger students in their university career, supporting them in their study and providing them with information and helping them to integrate into the university community.
Applications for the 2022/23 call must be submitted on Uniweb (INIZIATIVE section) from May 3rd to May 22nd.
Galilean School A.Y. 23/24
Scholarships for students who will start a master's degree program in the next academic year 23/24.
Deadline: June 19, 2023
Scholarships for enrolling to Computer Science Master's Degree A.A. 23/24
Scholarships for enrolling at the Master’s Degree in Computer Science for the A.Y. 2023/2024
Deadline: Oct 2, 2023
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