You can find all the application information for the Data Engineering and Analytics program on the following page: Application – M.Sc. Data Engineering and Analytics
Here you can also find general information on the application process for master's programs offered by our computer science department: Admissions: Master’s Programs
We have also compiled FAQs on the application process: Application FAQs
You can find the prerequisites for the master's program Data Engineering and Analytics on the website Application – M.Sc. Data Engineering and Analytics under the tab "Who can apply?" as well as "Curricular analysis".
The general requirements for master programs at TUM's informatics department are listed at the website Admissions: Master’s Programs.
Please check on your own if you meet the prerequisites before applying. Unfortunately, we cannot conduct individual qualification checks outside of the application process.
The application takes place via our official application portal. You can find a detailed description of the application process and the application portal on the website Admissions: Master’s Programs under "Application and Required Documents".
No! You can only apply via our official application portal. You can find a detailed description of the application process and the application portal on the website Admissions: Master’s Programs under "Application and Required Documents".
Details about tuition fees, costs and financing of the studies can be found here.
Yes, this master's program can be completed entirely in English.
For more details, visit this website Data Engineering and Analytics (M.Sc.).
Detailed information about the Application Project can be found on the Application Project website.
Detailed information about the Guided Research can be found on the Guided Research website.
The Application Project can be done with any professor at TUM. The necessary content requirements can be found on the website of the Application Project.
The Guided Research as well as the Master's Thesis can only be written with professors of the computer science department or professors with affiliate membership in the computer science department.
Contact the secretary of the examination board. The secretary of the examination board can move the language course to your C1 catalog.
If you have taken more modules than you need to, e.g., multiple language courses with 3 ECTS in the C1 section, we can remove those you do not need anymore to fulfill your curriculum. Please note that we can only remove courses if you over-fulfill a catalog. We must not remove courses from catalogs when you do not over-fulfill them, e.g., if you want to remove courses to improve your current grade point average!
Select the courses you want to remove and contact the secretary of the examination board.