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Entry requirements

Our Master's program is open to very well-qualified students with a substantial background in the fundamentals of natural sciences, engineering, computer science, or applied mathematics.

Successful candidates will meet the following requirements:

• Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in physics, mathematics, computer science, mechanical engineering, process engineering, electrical engineering, or materials science, with grades significantly above average. Bachelor degree holders with other majors may also be considered, provided there is an appropriate relationship to simulation.
• Sufficient command of English.
• Sequential programming knowledge, in particular in imperative languages such as C or Fortran, is required.







For more detailed information on the required motivation and academic background, please see here
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Please see here for more information on how to apply.