MSc in Web Engineering at Chemnitz University of Technology

Chemnitz University of Technology 4 Semesters
Germany Full Time
Master's Onsite

The Master’s degree program Web Engineering provides a systematic and quantifiable approach to the design, implementation, and operation of web-based solutions. It teaches not only the necessary knowledge on technologies for web-based and data-centered applications but also enables graduates to deal with fast-moving technology cycles in the context of life-long learning.

The main focus of the Master’s degree program in Web Engineering is based on the following subjects:

  1. Current trends in web engineering
  2. Cloud & web applications
  3. Software service engineering
  4. Databases
  5. Model-driven software development
  6. Analysis of software designs
  7. Data protection
  8. Parallel programming
  9. Real-time systems
  10. Human-computer interaction
  11. Next-generation Internet
  12. Strategic IT management

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Course Details:

The Master’s program in Web Engineering is structured into four semesters. Lectures can be selected from the following learning modules:
1. Key Aspect Modules: 25 LP
2. Deepening Modules: 20 LP
3. Module Tutorials: 7 LP
4. Module Key Competencies: 8 LP
5. Module Simulation Game: 30 LP
6. Module Master’s Thesis: 30 LP

Enrollment Requirements:

A Bachelor’s degree in:

Applied Computer Science
Computer Science
or similar degree programs

Teaching Language:


Costs/Tuition Fees:

Free of Cost

Level/Field(s) of Study:


Language Requirements:

A-Level English skills are a requirement. They can be demonstrated either by providing certificates or by having taken English courses in previous studies.
Accepted certificates:

  1. IELTS from 5.0
  2. TOEFL Internet-based: min. 87 points
  3. TOEFL paper-based: min. 500 points
  4. TOEFL computer-based: min. 173 points
  5. Cambridge: First Certificate in English
  6. TOEIC: 785-944 points
  7. Confirmation of having had English as the language of instruction
  8. Confirmation of studies of the English language
  9. Translator/ interpreter degree or certificate

Applicants from countries with English as the official or native language are not required to submit proof of English language proficiency with their application.


About the University/Institution:

The Chemnitz University of Technology (German: Technische Universität Chemnitz, abbreviated TU Chemnitz) is a public university in Chemnitz, Germany. With over 11,000 students, it is the third-largest university in Saxony. It was founded in 1836 as Königliche Gewerbeschule (Royal Mercantile College) and was elevated to a Technische Hochschule, a university of technology, in 1963. With approximately 1,500 employees in science, engineering, and management, TU Chemnitz counts among the most important employers in the region.

Application Deadline:

15 July for the following winter semester

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