Study Computer Science and Engineering and earn a double degree after one year at DTU and one year at KAIST, a world-leading research-oriented university in Daejeon, heart of Korea’s innovation.
The infrastructure of modern society relies heavily on computer science and engineering. Be it software or hardware, computer science and engineering aims at solving technical problems in an efficient and competitive way through the use of information technology, IT.
DTU has a strong and growing IT environment with competences in areas of great importance for the value-growth and productivity of industry, academia, and society. In collaboration with Computer Science at KAIST, a leading research-oriented university in Daejeon, the hub of Korean innovation, the MSc in Computer Science and Engineering programme will train you to become a highly qualified engineer capable of developing complex IT systems, consisting of hardware and/or software, using theoretically and technologically well-founded methods, tools, and techniques.
Studying abroad may give you personal growth, new perspectives on world affairs, an opportunity to create your own international network, a chance to explore other ways to apply technology, and experience a different way of teaching. Combining this into a double degree from two international acclaimed universities, you will gain a unique specialization in computer science and engineering.
The programme covers safe and secure systems, system integration, distributed and embedded systems, networks, software engineering, algorithms and logic, system-on-chip, and digital systems. The Computer Science and Engineering graduate can use, develop, and produce IT systems at a high technical level which is attractive to companies and organizations.
Dual degree graduates in Computer Science and Engineering can use, develop, and produce IT systems at a high technical level, making them particularly attractive to both Danish and international companies and organizations. Graduates will typically find employment in a wide variety of companies and organizations that work with IT, electronics, and communication.
Graduating from the MSc programme with a high grade point average will qualify you for admission to PhD studies—either as an industrial PhD with concurrent employment in a company, or as a regular PhD student.
Admission and deadlines
1 December – for start in the fall semester
1 June – for start in the spring semester*
*Students who started at DTU on 1 September may send the application form by 10 September.
The KAIST-DTU Dual Degree Master’s program is only open to students, who have been formally admitted to DTU’s regular MSc programme in Computer Science and Engineering. Therefore, it is not possible to apply for admission directly to the dual degree program.
How to apply
1. Fill in the application form
2. Hand in the application form + supporting documents to DTU International Affairs Office
3. DTU International Affairs Office will register and forward the applications to the Programme coordinator
4. The Programme coordinator will consult their counterparts and select the most eligible students
5. The Programme coordinator will inform DTU International Affairs Office about their decision
6. DTU International Affairs Office will inform the students and issue Nomination Letters
• Motivated and dedicated students
• Above average GPA
• Strong English Language skills.
Please enclose the following documents:
• Copy of your BSc degree transcript
• Copy of your most recent MSc transcript
• Motivational letter
• Study Plan
• Research Statement (the student’s vision on his/her own research interests and how it complements the research of the KAIST professor, his research group and lab)
• Copy of your passport
Pre-approval of courses
• Courses taken abroad at KAIST must be approved by the DTU professor responsible for the individual Dual Degree programme.
Students have the possibility of spending one year at KAIST during 3 different periods as indicated below. However, it is strongly recommended that students – especially international students – spend at least their 1st and even 2nd semester of their master studies at DTU in order to get familiar with the university, study program and fellow students.
• Period One: 1st + 2nd semester
• Period Two: 2nd + 3rd semester
• Period Three: 3rd + 4th semester (writing Master Thesis abroad with both KAIST and DTU supervisor – examination at DTU)
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