Our study programmes / certificate programmes
Study programmes taught in German
B.Sc. in Information Engineering (application no longer possible)
Study programmes taught in English
M.Sc. SEDS - Social and Economic Data Science (Department of Economics)
Advanced Data and Information Literacy Track (certificate programme)
Why should you study computer science in Konstanz?
Strong in research: All projects at bachelor's, master's and doctoral level are based on current research carried out by our research groups.
A joint research focus: Our research groups share a joint research focus on methods and systems used to visualise, analyse, explore and process large information spaces.
Specialisation: We offer various study profiles and areas of specialisation in the Bachelor's and Master's programmes. In the Bachelor's program you can specialize in the following areas: Data Science, Visual Computing or Interactive Systems. In the Master's program, you have even more study profiles to fit your interests.
Superb student-supervisor ratio: About 500 students have access to personal supervision from more than 15 professors and more than 90 members of academic staff. In addition, we support you in "arriving" at your studies with various support and advisory services.
International: Many different exchange options at departmental level in Europe and worldwide; between 30-40% of our master's students and arround 15% of our undergraduate students are international degree-seeking students
Employability: Excellent career prospects - computer scientists with a degree from the University of Konstanz are highly sought-after in Germany.
With our Career Passport we support you in preparing yourself in the best possible way for your professional career.
An insight into the world of computer science for all - the ADILT
You want to acquire data and information competencies during your studies, but not (yet) study computer science? Then simply complete the ADILT alongside with your study programme. And who knows what happens once you enter the world of Informatics;)
The “Advanced Data and Information Literacy Track” (ADILT) is a cross-disciplinary programme on data and information literacy for students of all subjects alongside their study programmes.
In the web area for prospective students, the University of Konstanz offers all interested parties the opportunity to discover the University of Konstanz at Lake Constance.