Most of the resources in the field of data science are in English and the MSc Programme will be taught exclusively in English.
In order to enrol for the Programme you will need to demonstrate
- English to Level B2 (any B2 equivalent can be found in the area: 'Document Center' -> select 'OZI' -> then search the term 'B2')
- at least 20 ECTS in Mathematics and/or Statistics, e.G. Analysis, Linear Algebra, Numerical Analysis, Probability Theory, Data Modelling
- at least 25 ECTS in Computer Science, e.g. Programming, Databases, Distributed Systems, Application Programming.
A degree in „Medieninformatik“, „Technische Informatik – Embedded Systems“ or „Mathematik“ of Beuth-Hochschule für Technik Berlin or an equivalent Bachelor with at least 180 ECTS which fulfil the ECTS criteria according to ZO §3 (2) a.
If you do not know if you meet the conditions, contact us! We advice without obligation. (sedlich(at)beuth-hochschule.de). But please send us a bullet point list of your Math and CS courses! (not only the PDFs).
- The application period ends July, 15th 2017!
- German students apply via the Online-Bewerbungsformular at Beuth Hochschule: Beschreibung.
- International / Foreign students apply first using the Online-Application System of Beuth Hochschule (the official translated help-page can be found here). As this system still is in German, you will find an English help guide at the bottom of this page showing how to fill out this forms. Please enter the data there, print the application PDF you receive and sign it.
- Afterwards please register at UNI-ASSIST, to apply for a certificate to study in Germany which states the equivalence of your degree. Please be aware: Uni-Assist charges you and this costs can not be refunded in case of study rejection!
- the signed Online-Application (PDF) of Beuth-Hochschule (see description)
- officially accredited copies of the original graduation certificate* of your university including the official German or English translation.**
- your birth certificate (latest at enrollment)
- a simple copy of your A-level / high school diploma
- For uni-assist: A proof of fee payment and a copy of the page in your passport, with your name and photo. This copy does not need to be certified.
must then be sent to uni-assist:
Beuth Hochschule für Technik
c/o UNI-ASSIST e.V.
Please note: You are required to cover any bank transfer or exchange rate fees priorly!
For the final enrollment (after you have been accepted) you will need additionally:
- the proof of English B2 (end August latest)
- a proof of a health insurance
- your German residence permit
- possibly: your certificate of birth
Uni-Assist sends your application documents to Beuth Hochschule. The specific selection process, the language B2 proof inspection and the ECTS check will be done afterwards at Beuth Hochschule. The actual documents to be submitted to Beuth Hochschule will be listed on the admission notification.
Berlin Universities do require small Enrollment and Semester-Registration fees. However we do not charge any tuition fees. See 'Beuth Fees'.
* Officially certified copies of the following authorities will be accepted:
- the respective embassy / consulate of your country in Germany
- the German embassy / consulate mission in your country
- The certificate issuing institution of your home country
- APS certificate issuing institiutions in your home country
** An official translation is
- certified by a publicly appointed and sworn translator
- certified by a German representation office abroad or foreign representation office in Germany
- valid by foreign officially certified / public translators
Beuth Online Registration Help
Enter the Beuth Online Application System via this link and start the registration:
Now enter your data to complete the registration.
Now agree that Beuth is allowed to store your data:
As yor registration is not complete, you will find an activation link in your email. Once confirmed you are now able to login and manage your account, change your data and apply to study.
The confirmation link requires a correct login with the data you have provided:
The system now shows your workspace:
If you apply, you will go step-by-step through 6 pages. Page 1 tells you:
- You can only apply within the limited official time-frames
- The enrollment can be deleted if the timeframes are not satisfied by you or if the type / apperance of your application is not correct. Additionally the enrollment can be cancelled if facts become apparent that might have lead to a denial of the enrollment.
- Your correct address is representative for the communication with you. You always have to be able to receive your post. Missing of terms and timeframes charge to your account. Timeframes are only satisfied if the application documents arrive in time and complete.
- Please get informed early about application restrictions and enrollment requirements (e.g. practical background)
- If you want to apply for a higher semester, you have to bring at least 30 credits from your earlier study. Only then you will be ranked accordingly. This proof has to be given within the formal application timeframes (course assessment, module handbook, etc.)
- (some info about starting a Bachelor)
- If you want to apply in the case of hardship, you can find the respective forms on the homepage of the formularcenter of the student administration. Please add this form to all the other documents within the given official timeframe.
- Please not that the application documents have to be signed by hand.
- Detailed information about all university courses can be found here https://www.beuth-hochschule.de/bewerbung
- The signed online application PDF has to be sent (together with the documents listed above) to UNI-ASSIST (as explained above).
Now you select that you want to study data science starting at the correct start date of the semester:
After giving us your place of birth and your nationality:
Now you need to enter information about
- your school time that enables you to study and
- your Bachelor degree that enables you to study a master program
Note that we take the converted grade by uni-assist and not the grades you enter here. So it does not matter what you enter here (foreign students). But if you want you can convert your grades to the German grades (1,0 is best; 4,3 is worst).
If - anywhere in the process - you receive red error marks, try to translate the messaged on the bottom of the page!
Now we might need additional information which could be necessary only for German students!
Now print everything and correct everything. Then send it of (in our case) to UNI-ASSIST. The "Bewerbung absenden" will show you the PDF download screen.
Now you have printed and stored your application. Congratulations!
Good luck! We hope you will be selected.