Das Studium "Computational Sciences and Engineering" an der staatlichen "Uni Rostock" hat eine Regelstudienzeit von 4 Semestern und endet mit dem Abschluss "Master of Science". Der Standort des Studiums ist Rostock. Das Studium wird als Vollzeitstudium angeboten. Insgesamt wurde das Studium bisher 3 Mal bewertet. Dabei hat es im Durchschnitt 4.2 Sterne erhalten und liegt somit über dem Bewertungsdurchschnitt der Universität (3.6 Sterne, 668 Bewertungen im Rating). Besonders gut wurden die Kategorien Bibliothek, Organisation und Lehrveranstaltungen bewertet.
I had an wonderful opportunity to study in this university.I submitted several papers and worked on different research papers and projects .This university is for highly research oriented people only because of this it helped me lot to focus and study on the subjects throughly.I got very good knowledge on Computational Fluid Dynamics and Thermal analysis
Course is very good but not enough subjects in English to study. It makes hard to find a job in a particular field. Study pattern is good with enough hours of lectures and timings. Professors are good with their knowledge of subjects. Exam patterns are also good.
Particularly this course CSE helps to gain knowledge in interdisciplinary streams. Professors are well qualified. Examinations evaluation is little bit controversial but over all it is also good. Especially the students who want to master their mechanical or electrical skills along with information technology can opt for this course without any doubt.
In the beginning, course was very difficult because some topics which are not discussed in the bachelor studies so it took little time to understand and in the mathematics some variable assumptions was never heard before. Few subjects like computer vision, virtual reality and computational intelligence and automation was really fascinated. I have taken few subjects from EEIT, It was totally deals with projects in embedded systems and IOT ....Erfahrungsbericht weiterlesen
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