Information Technology, FH Frankfurt

Master of Science in Information Technology (IT) program is taught in English in Fachhocschule University of Applied Sciences, Frankfurt am Main. For just kind information to my Indian Friends that here IT does not mean fully software engineering based masters program. In Germany, Information Technology means the study of the electronic & communication. Before taking part in this Master’s program, check the curriculam lists taught in MS in Information Technology.

source: Fachhocschule official Website
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Now you have gone through the curriculum of IT, then you must be now having a clear idea about the structure of the program. Its more towards electronics, communication and mathematical subjects than core software programming courses. Third semester of the IT is interesting as its full of project. It is accredited Master program. See the above link for IT for more information.

Hope that is enough information. For rest of the question about study, job prospects in Germany. Please refer my Previous post – Study in Germany

All the best!! cheers!! 😀

  7 comments for “Information Technology, FH Frankfurt

  1. June 18, 2011 at 7:23 pm

    Hi Ankit,

    I got admission in this course. Is it possible to complete this course in 1 year? How about the job opportunities in this field?

    Regards
    Swathi

  2. Anonymous
    July 15, 2011 at 10:30 am

    Hi Ankit,
    I got admission for this. How about books in fh frankfurt? Do we get all books in library to borrow or need to purchase. It would be great if you give some info about buying books in germany… especially price.

    Thansk and best regards,
    Ganesha

  3. July 15, 2011 at 11:40 am

    @swathi Sorry for replying so late. It is not possible to complete the course in one year. And No one can gurantee your job as it depends on market & how u do. Your job will mostly depends on the Final Master thesis u write as that will be your initial specialization after masters. Please go through my another post “study in Germany” for more details. All the best for future venture.

    @Ganesha you do not need to buy any book. Mostly you have to study from the notes provided by profs. If incase u need book, Universities library is enough. So, don’t worry about the price. If u really want to bring the book then bring German to English & vice versa dictionaries…. :) All the best buddy!

  4. August 15, 2011 at 7:11 pm

    Hi Ankit,

    Thanks for your reply.Could you please let me know about scholarship details if any.Also whether the University provide any accommodation ?

    Thanks & Regards
    Swathi

  5. August 15, 2011 at 9:23 pm

    Hi Swathi!

    I have no idea about scholarship. Please refer http://daad.de for information related to scholarship. And yes, now university provides initial accomodation. Write to Ms. Ute Kaboth (foreign office) about accomodation issue. She will help you out.

    All the best!!! :)))))

  6. April 11, 2013 at 6:30 pm

    I am planning to do masters from Germany and then continue my phd from USA. Can you please tell me, if I do the masters from Frankfurt in HIS , can I do my phd later on.

  7. April 11, 2013 at 8:45 pm

    Hi Jagat,

    If you have done your masters from Fachhochschule then you cannot able to do PhD in any Germany speaking countries (though, legally it is possible but TU, University discourages FH masters degree students). But if you go outside these areas (like you mentioned) then YES, it is possible.

    I hope this may help. All the best!

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