Bilingual Computer Sciencepart time, full time

  • Bachelor of Science


  • 7 semesters

    Standard period of study (amount)

  • Magdeburg


  • expired (Germans and inhabitants)

    expired (EU), expired (Non-EU)

Overview and admission

Study Type


Admission semester

Winter Semester only

Area of study
  • Computer Science
  • Practical Computer Science

General higher education entrance qualification or equivalent qualification. There are two tracks with different language requirements: a) German track: German as the mother tongue or German at level B2 of the 'Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) of the Council of Europe'. English at level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). b) English track: English as the mother tongue or English at level B2. Urgently recommended at the beginning of semester: at least A1 in German, but this is not mandatory for application. An aptitude assessment procedure is carried out with candidates who meet these requirements in accordance with the regulations. Applicants must submit the relevant documents required for this purpose.

Admission modus

Without admission restriction

Admission requirements (Link)

Admission requirements

Aptitude assessment procedure Applicants who need a visa for Germany are recommended to submit their complete application as early as possible, because a visa can only be applied for with admission. Two months usually pass between application and admission.

Lecture period
  • 08.04.2023 - 12.07.2024
  • 14.10.2024 - 31.01.2025

Application deadlines

Winter semester (2024/2025)
  • Deadlines for International Students from the European Union


  • Deadlines for international students from countries that are not members of the European Union


  • Application deadline for Germans and inhabitants


  • Enrollment deadline for Germans and foreign students


Languages of instruction

Main language


Further languages


DAAD - Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst - German Academic Exchange Service