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Master of Science
Language of instruction
The Master in Quantum Science is an international two-year degree program at the University of Siegen. It focuses on foundational and practical aspects of quantum science, ranging from basic research to applications and quantum devices. Current research topics of the involved scientists are
- Mathematical structures of quantum physics
- Quantum information theory
- Machine learning and quantum algorithms
- Complexity theory and cryptography
- Quantum computation with trapped ions
- Nano-photonics and enabling technologies
- Photonic and electronic components for quantum technologies,
The program is interdisciplinary at the border between physics, mathematics, computer science, and electrical engineering. It is open for students with a BSc in any of these four fields.
Admission requirements winter semester
- Bachelor of Science degree in physics, mathematics, computer science, or electrical engineering. Excellent students with a BSc degree in a related subject can also apply. Acceptance of related subjects depends on the transcript of records.
- Proficiency in English, (e.g., TOEFL iBT 88; or IELTS grade 6.5 or equivalent; or English on level B2 of the CEFR; or a certificate showing that the previous courses have been taught in English) or proficiency in German.
Admission requirements summer semester
- Bachelor of Science degree in physics.
- Or Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics, computer science, or electrical engineering and 15 ECTS in lectures of quantum physics. Excellent students with a BSc degree in a related subject can also apply. Acceptance of related subjects depends on the transcript of records.
- Proficiency in English, (e.g., TOEFL iBT 88; or IELTS grade 6.5 or equivalent; or English on level B2 of the CEFR; or a certificate showing that the previous courses have been taught in English) or proficiency in German
For more detailed information, see here.
Program Structure and Organization
The "Examination Regulations" constitute the legal basis of
the study program and apply to all students. These regulations
give detailed information on the general structure, the formal
academic aspects and the contents of the Master's program.
Students are automatically subject to the current version of
their Examination Regulations when they matriculate for their
first subject-related semester. This means that even if the
Examination Regulations changes during their studies, the
original version according to which they matriculated will
remain valid (provided that the Examination Regulations does
The study program is organized along a sequence of modules. A list of modules is part of the Examination Regulations and provides brief information on modules, and particularly on the prerequisites, the content and the expected learning outcome of each course. Possible departures from the standard module description, in particular with regard to examinations, are announced by the lecturer at the beginning of the course.
Link to the Examination Regulations is coming soon.