Do you (almost) have your bachelor’s degree in your pocket, but it’s not enough for you? Are you interested in current technologies, such as intelligent systems in IoT or internetworking? Then the Master of Engineering in Information and Communication Technology is perfect for you, giving you the chance to learn all about current technologies and how they can be developed as future fields of application. With us, you can combine theory and practice to perfection.
The three-semester dual master's program will teach you skills that you can immediately use to create value during your time with us. The focus of your studies will be on practical integration and on supplementing and deepening what you have learned with practical knowledge. This course prepares you for a career in information and communication technology, enabling you to develop current and future fields of application for shaping technical progress for the digital transformation.
Your dual study program begins on April 1 and lasts 1.5 years. You will receive a monthly gross salary of 1,530 euros in addition to other social benefits. We cover your tuition fees. In addition, you are also entitled to holiday time, which you can divide up during your practical training at the company as you choose.
For the duration of your studies, we equip the work of Deutsche Telekom with a smartphone, a laptop and the appropriate Internet access. In addition, you will be personally supervised by a study coach, professors at the university, and a contact person within the company. Modern learning platforms support you in your individual development.
The course syllabus has a strong focus on the technical and technological aspects involved in working as an information and communication technician. The aim of the course is to clarify the principles and technologies underlying current technology, and to enable you to develop both current technologies and future fields of application.
Your main areas of study will include:
Ideally, you should apply for the program as a (future) bachelor’s graduate with a degree of 210 ECTS credits in the fields of information and communication technology, computer science, or telecommunications informatics.
Naturally you need to fulfill the relevant admission requirements and successfully complete the admission procedure at our partner university.
Founded in 1992, the Leipzig University of Applied Sciences (HTWK Leipzig) is one of the largest universities of applied sciences in Germany with its more than 6,000 students. The HTWK Leipzig is has a practice-oriented approach to study which is characterized by strong networking with partners from science and industry and with a heavy emphasis on research.