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Cooperative master’s degree

Cooperative master’s degree courses at T-Systems allow you to consolidate your theoretical knowledge through practical, on-the-job experience and acquire additional qualifications.

Current information on the application process

Current information on the application process

The corona virus affects us as well. Nevertheless, our employees and recruiters are still there for you. We have digitalised the entire application process to avoid any health risk, while at the same time ensuring a recruiting process without any delays. Job interviews are conducted exclusively via telephone or video conferences. Furthermore, we are working on being able to offer digital assessment centres as soon as possible. Take care of yourself and stay healthy!

Become a Master of Science in Information and Communication Technology with T-Systems

You will (soon) have earned your bachelor’s degree, but are you aiming for higher goals? Are you interested in modern IT Architecture and Security? Then the Master of Science program in Information and Communication Technology is exactly what you are looking for. Here, you will learn everything about modern Transmission Systems, IT Processes and how to develop them into future fields of application.

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Focus of the cooperative degree course

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During the three-semester cooperative master’s degree course you will develop skills which you can use directly at our company, adding value to products and services. Your degree course focuses on practical integration, which will enable you to consolidate the knowledge you acquired in a practical setting where it can be instantly applied. Depending on your chosen core area, this degree course prepares you for working in the field of information and communication technology, in data management, in distributed software systems or in IT security and enables you to shape technological progress for the digital transformation by exploring modern and future fields of application.

Duration and remuneration

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Starting on April 1, your cooperative degree course will take 1.5 years. Your gross remuneration will be € 1,570 per month (as of 2020), plus additional benefits. Your tuition fees will be paid by us. You will also be entitled to annual leave, which you can take at any time during your practical training.

For the duration of your course, we will give you a smartphone, laptop, and suitable internet access to use for your work at Deutsche Telekom. You will also receive personal assistance from a study coach, the university professors, and a contact in your workplace. Modern learning platforms will support your individual learning development.

Content of the cooperative Master of Science course in Information and Communication Technology

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The content of the degree course is strongly geared toward the technical/technological side of the professional field of an information and communications engineer. The course aims to clarify the underlying principles and technologies of current ICT and enables you to use modern technologies and explore future fields of application.

The mandatory and mandatory elective modules of your course include the following

  • IT-based Business Processes
  • Network and Systems Management
  • Big Data Management
  • Optical Transmission Systems, Applied Photonics and Wireless Communication
  • Mobile Computing
  • Software Management
  • Security Patterns
  • IT-Architecture-Management
  • Complex Systems 

Admission requirements

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To apply for this course, you should, ideally, (soon) have a bachelor’s degree with 210 ECTS credits in the fields of Information and Communication Technology, Computer Sciences, Electrical Engineering or in an affine course in another technically oriented field with a strong reference to Information and Communication Technology.

An affine course includes the following specialist knowledge to the extent of at least 50 ECTS credits:

  • Principles of Computer Sciences or Information Technology
  • Principles of Systems and Coding Theory
  • Principles of High Frequency Technology
  • Knowledge of Network Infrastructure and Protocols
  • Software Development

We also allow access when you can verify at least 180 ECTS in your first professionally qualified university degree as well as all required competences, which may anticipate a successfully completed study.

Naturally, you must meet the relevant admission criteria and participate in the admission process at our Cooperative University of Applied Sciences.

This is where you will be studying

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Founded in 1992, the Leipzig University of Applied Sciences for Technology, Economics and Culture (HTWK) is, with over 6,000 students, one of the largest Universities of Applied Sciences in Germany. Its practice-oriented teaching is the hallmark of HTWK Leipzig, and its study programs are renowned for the university’s strong links with partners from business and academic circles and for its research-driven approach.

Your contact

Any further questions regarding the cooperative master’s degree course? We are happy to help!
Franziska Wegmann, Central training management

Franziska Wegmann

Central Recruiting

0800 298244636