Informations about Internship projects are to be found here.
New Bachelor with Honors Internship Partner. ENS Paris-Saclay (ex ENS Cachan), Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik Saarbrücken, Infineon Austria, Intel CRI for Secure Computing Darmstadt.
New Scholarships. Infineon Austria and Intel sponsor 1-year Bachelor with Honors Scholarships.
The Bachelor with Honors Program is an additional offer to the regular Bachelor programs of Computer Science and Business Informatics. Bachelor students who qualify for the program have individualized opportunities to broaden and deepen their knowledge and skills.
Individual mentoring and an interdisciplinary approach, as well as flexibility in tailoring the studies and clear, performance-based rules are hallmarks of the Honors Program.
Admission to and completion of the Honors Program is determined exclusively by means of performance-based criteria.
The admission requirements include
- An eligible mentor (a professor of the faculty)
- A coherent Bachelor with Honors program covering 45 to 60 ECTS of Bachelor or Master courses of choice, agreed with the mentor, that comes on top of the regular (180 ECTS) Bachelor program.
- Successful completion of at least 72 ECTS of regular, mandatory Bachelor courses
- Weighted grade point average ≤ 2.0 (Austrian grades range between 1[best] … 5[worst])
The criteria for completion include
- Weighted grade point average (regular Bachelor program and Bachelor with Honors program) ≤ 1.5
- Total duration of studies ≤ 9 terms
The individual Bachelor with Honors can be composed of
- Research-related mandatory Bachelor-level courses offered by universities, from any discipline
- Informatics-related Master-level courses offered by universities
- Specific courses and internships for Bachelor with Honors
The Bachelor with Honors program needs approval by the Deans of Academic Affairs.
Contact Bachelor with Honors
Contact address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ulrich Schmid (Coordinator)
- Hilda Tellioglu (Dean of Academic Affairs for Computer Science)
- Christian Huemer (Dean of Academic Affairs for Business Informatics)
- Eva Straka (Public Relation)