Computational Methods in Engineering

Nowadays, engineering without computer-assisted planning and calculation is inconceivable. The master’s programme "Computational Methods in Engineering" covers a wide range of topics, encompassing classical engineering disciplines, computer science and applied mathematics.

The master’s programme at Leibniz Universität Hannover is characterized by its interdisciplinary courses. Students can choose from a variety of courses offered by the Faculties of Civil Engineering and Geodetic Science, Mathematics and Physics, Mechanical Engineering, and Computer Science.

For further informations:

https://www.uni-hannover.de/en/studium/studienfuehrer/comp-ing-msc/

Geodesy and Geoinformatics

In today’s digital world, Geodesy and Geoinformatics is an interdisciplinary cutting-edge science and a technology subject. As a future expert in Geodesy and Geoinformatics you will analyse spatial information such as imagery, laser data, GPS signals and Earth gravity measurements, which are acquired using static and mobile mapping platforms, flying drones and satellites all equipped with various sensors. You will master challenges in areas as diverse as industrial quality control, 3D city modelling, autonomous navigation, environmental monitoring, sea level rise and sustainable development.

For further informations:

https://www.gug.uni-hannover.de/gug_master.html?&L=1

Study at Leibniz Universität Hannover

There are no tuition fees charged at Leibniz Universität Hannover; students only have to pay a service fee, which also covers local public transport cost. Since the M.Sc. does not provide scholarships, students are encouraged to apply to the German Academic Exchange service DAAD, for financial support.

Both M.Sc. programmes are two-year accredited graduate courses. Courses and examinations are held in English and in small Groups.

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