JIM: Joint International Master

3 Partners - 4 Campuses - 1 Masters Program


The Joint International Master (JIM) is a  English-language, four semester Masters in Computer Science, administered by three partner Universities: Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences together with James Cook University, with campuses in Singapore and in Australia, and the University of Wisconsin - Platteville in the USA. All students spend one semester abroad.

The Joint International Masters Program in Computer Science offers you unrivaled opportunities. Because it is a cooperation between three excellent universities situated in four different corners of the world you will experience first hand what it means to be a global player. 

Thus you will obtain a truly international experience, both from living abroad and from studying and working with students from other cultures.

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