On this BSc (Hons) Computing course at Berlin campus you’ll cover topics including data mining and analysis, cloud-based technologies, object oriented programming (Java), and website coding and authoring (HTML, CSS). The course offers a choice of two career pathways. Students who want to focus on technical employment opportunities can gain in-depth understanding of data mining/ analysis and programming skills. Or, if you decide to opt for a management career in IT, you can study subjects that will give you combined skills in technical know-how and management strategy.

Arden university also offer this degree with an additional foundation year for students who would like extra support before starting the full degree course.

Arden University Berlin.

Situated in the heart of Germany’s capital, Arden University’s campus in Berlin offers a diverse range of recognized and accredited bachelor’s and master’s degree programs. All courses are taught entirely in English with subjects ranging from healthcare to IT & data analytics, to our prestigious MBA. Arden Berlin’s modern facility is equipped with all the essential technology to provide students with the best learning experience possible.

Why study with Arden University Berlin?

  • After graduation, you will be eligible to apply for an 18-month post-study residence permit to explore job opportunities in Germany
  • Remarkable job growth forecasted in the field of data analytics, with revenue expected to reach $274.3 billion by 2022 according to idc.com
  • Germany is ranked the #1 European country for studying abroad by educations.com
  • 95% of our 2020 graduates said they were satisfied with the Arden University learning experience.

Requirement for Admission in Arden University.

To apply for Arden University admission you should summit a scanned copy of your national ID or passport information page. A scanned copy of your latest degree, diploma, or certificate of enrollment with an approximate graduation date. Your Curriculum Vitae (CV) in English language and Two reference letters (professional or academic).

Visa requirements for international students.

Students from the European Union (including Norway, Switzerland, Iceland, and Liechtenstein) do not require a

Students from the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, Japan, and South Korea also do not require a visa to study here, however, you will need to register at the local Residents’ Registration Office and the Aliens’ Registration Office within two weeks of your arrival in Berlin.

Students from countries not listed above must apply for a German Student Visa to study long-term in Germany (longer than 90 days). Visit our International Student Visa page [link to page] to see the simple steps you need to take to apply for your visa, and the help and support we offer you to make sure your visa application and relocation plans run smoothly.

 Early bird discount in Arden University.

If you apply 8 weeks or more before your chosen intake, you can save €3,000 off your overall tuition fees.

In addition to the spring discount, if you apply for the upcoming September intake you’ll also benefit from a lower tuition fee cost, which will be increasing in November.

Arden University admission process.

Applying for your Arden University Berlin program is simple and can be done entirely online. Click here to apply for Arden university admission.

What to do after admission at Arden University.

1.   Secure your place, Pay the holding fee for the course you’ve selected to secure your place on your desired course start date.

2.    Attend your embassy interview, you will be asked to attend an interview at the embassy to provide information about your background and your reasons for traveling to Berlin.

3.   Contact your embassy, Get in touch with the German embassy or consulate in your country of residence to start the visa application process.

4.    Obtain your visa Fly to Berlin! Congratulations! You’re now ready to start your journey with Arden University Berlin, the last step is simply to book your flight tickets.

5. As you’ve been accepted into a German higher education institution, your visa will be issued to you.

6. Prepare your documents Depending on where you live, your local embassy will request specific documents from you (it’s best to start preparing these in advance).

7. Look for accommodation Once you have your visa, it’s time to start looking for accommodation in Berlin. We recommend you start this process as soon as your visa has been issued.

If you have any additional questions about the MSc Data Analytics & Information Management Systems or studying with Arden University Berlin. Visit the Arden university here.


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