The SDU Talent Fellowship in Computer science is a unique opportunity to get financial support for your Master’s degree studies and at the same time develop your competencies by working in the actual technology industry.
The talent fellowship is the result of a collaboration between Technology Denmark, the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, and the City of Odense.
Talent Fellowship offer:
- Enrolment in the Master programme in Computer science
- A study job (10-12 hours per week) at a Danish technology company If you are from the EU, this makes you eligible for getting further financial support for your studies from the Danish state. Read more here: www.su.dk.
- Career counseling for your future
- Access to an exclusive international company network and social events
- An accommodation guarantee if you don’t already live in Odense.
Institution of fellowship: University of Southern Denmark
Level of Study: Graduate
- You graduate diploma, including a transcript of records.
- Proof of any supplementary courses you might have passed.
- Proof of your English proficiency
- Course description for each of course on your bachelor diploma/transcript
- Read more about the general requirements for submitted enclosures.
- To apply for the Master’s programme in Computer Science, you need a relevant Bachelor’s degree. You can apply if you hold a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern Denmark, Aarhus University, University of Copenhagen or Aalborg University.
- You can also apply if you hold a similar degree containing a minimum of 100 ECTS within computer science. The following subject areas must be covered:
- Programming (at least 15 ECTS)
- Algorithms, data structures, and complexity (at least 15 ECTS)
- Computer systems, including machine architecture and operating systems (at least 15 ECTS)
- Mathematical auxiliary subjects, including discrete mathematics (at least 10 ECTS)
- Databases (at least 5 ECTS)
Once you apply, the study board will assess whether your degree is qualifying. If your degree does not fulfill the entry requirements, the study board will decide whether you can follow one or more supplementary courses.
Exemptions: If your entire bachelor’s degree was taken in the USA, Canada (English speaking part), Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom or Ireland, further documentation is not required. This only applies if the entire degree was taken in one of these countries. Furthermore, distance-learning programmes do not qualify for an exemption.
If you hold a Professional Bachelor’s degree from Denmark taught in English, you are also exempted. However, we need a confirmation from the issuing institution that the programme was taught in English.
The application deadlines for study start September 1st are:
February 1st for non-EU/EEA citizens
March 1st for EU/EEA and Swiss citizens and applicants holding a Danish residence permit
The application deadlines for study start February 1st are:
September 1st for non-EU/EEA citizens
October 15th for EU/EEA and Swiss citizens and applicants holding a Danish residence permit
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