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BSc Computer Sciences

Study at the forefront of technological development.

Key data

Degree
Bachelor of Science FHNW in Computer Sciences
ECTS points
180
Teaching language
German / English
Place
Brugg-Windisch
Semester fee
Swiss residency: 700 CHF / EU/EFTA residency: 1000 CHF

Information events

Nov 12, 2021 05:30 PM, FHNW-Campus Brugg-Windisch Infotag Technik (alle Studiengänge) Mar 04, 2022 05:30 PM, FHNW-Campus Brugg-Windisch Infotag Technik (alle Studiengänge)

Registration

Register now for the start of studies in autumn 2022. The application deadline is 31 May.

«Computer science graduates urgently needed». You will come across a headline like this in the media on a daily basis. With a degree in Computer Sciences, you can also be one of these sought-after professionals.

Databases, networks, IT services, websites and mobile apps are standard elements in the activity of every company. Computer engineers are tasked with reliably implementing this software as well as ensuring its secure and stable operation. They design, implement and operate computer systems in complex environments – often at the interface between technology, business and society.

Career prospects

Computer sciences play a role in almost all areas of life. Living and working without computer systems and seminal hardware and software has become unthinkable. Careers open to computer science experts are extremely varied: whether you work as a Software Engineer, Network & Security Specialist, System Engineer, Technical Consultant, Project Manager or as the founder of your own start-up, you have a wide range of professional development opportunities.

Insights into the Computer Sciences degree programme

Degree

Student projects

From the very first semester, you will work in teams on tasks set by our industrial partners. Practical project work brings you into contact with companies and the business environment at an early stage, giving you the opportunity to work on practical solutions.

Code The Score

In the second semester, a team of Computer Sciences students developed a game that teaches children how to program in a fun way.

to Code The Score

Virtual reconstruction of 3D objects with LeapMotion

Computer Sciences students recreated a Roman game in a virtual format for an archaeology museum.

to Virtual reconstruction of 3D objects with LeapMotion

Wearable devices for aircraft mechanics

Für die Unterstützung von Flugzeugmechanikern haben Studierende Anwendungen auf verschiedenen Wearables entwickelt.

to Wearable devices for aircraft mechanics

International Track in Computer Science

With the International Track, you study in English – the language of the computer science industry. You choose from modules such as programming, software engineering and computer graphics and consequently improve your career prospects in a global IT environment.

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Additional matters

FHNW School of Engineering, Brugg-Windisch

FHNW University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland School of Engineering Klosterzelgstrasse 2 CH - 5210 Windisch
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