Dual study Bachelor of Science - Computer Science
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The prerequisite for studying computer science at the University of Kassel is the Allgemeine Hochschulreife, Fachhochschulreife or a special professional qualification. The study program Computer Science is not subject to admission restrictions.
Further information on the admission procedure can be found at: www.uni-kassel.de/uni/studium/bewerbung
During the practical phases, you will be deployed in the IT service center and participate in flexitime, i.e. you can determine the start and end of your daily working hours yourself within the framework of the applicable pre- and post-flexitime and the applicable core working hours. Note, however, that it makes sense for you to be present even when your instructor is also on site.
The dual study program Bachelor of Science - Computer Science consists of an alternation of practical and lecture phases and lasts 7 semesters. The lecture phases take place in the Department of Electrical Engineering/Computer Science, Wilhelmshöher Allee site, and the practical phases in the IT Service Center, Holländischer Platz site.
The dual study program Bachelor of Science - Computer Science consists of individual modules, which are defined in the examination regulations and described in more detail in the module handbook.
A total of 180 credits are awarded for the successfully completed bachelor's degree program. Of these, 15 credits are allotted to the bachelor's degree module.
Further information (examination regulations, module handbook, etc.) can be found at https://www.uni-kassel.de/uni/studium/informatik-bachelor.
The dual students receive a monthly remuneration which is based on the remuneration of trainees according to § 8 para. 1 of the collective agreement for trainees of the state of Hesse (TVA-H BBiG). This currently amounts to
1,091.85 EUR in the 1st year
1,146.43 EUR in the 2nd year
1,196.51 EUR in the 3rd year
1,265.97 EUR in the 4th year
Dual students must be able to work carefully and accurately, need IT knowledge and analytical skills, for example when they need to create evaluations or understand facts, and they should be willing to learn. Reliability, commitment, sociability, a sense of responsibility, diligence and discretion are also welcome qualities in this profession.
Ask yourself beforehand if you ...
- have a strong interest in IT.
- have independence and initiative and are able to work under pressure.
- you have a high degree of flexibility and determination.
Or whether you ...
- do not have a good knowledge of English, computer science and German.
- are not interested in mathematics and the natural sciences.
- do not want to work in a team.
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