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Bavarian Graduate School of Computational Engineering

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Germany
48° 15' 45.4176" N, 11° 40' 7.9356" E

 The Bavarian Graduate School of Computational Engineering is an association of three Master programs:

Computational Engineering (CE) at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Computational Mechanics, and Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) at the Technische Universität München.

Our goal is to push forward the rapidly growing field of Computational Engineering by offering high-quality master programs for students who are interested in the field.

Apart from the courses offered as part of the three regular Master's programs, the BGCE academic offers consist of:

  •  Intensive courses and block tutorials in several fields of computational engineering. Many of these courses are organized as part of summer or winter academies. HPC is a major aspect of these courses.
  • Courses on soft skills, communication, and management are offered, both, by the Bavarian Graduate School, and by some of its partners.
  • An extensive semester project; this can be either a team or individual project, and may be in cooperation with an industry partner.

 Website: Bavarian Graduate School of Computational Engineering

 

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