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Computer Science and Software Engineering (CSSE), BSc

Constructor University, Germany

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The award How you will study Study duration Course start Domestic course fees International course fees
BScFull-time3 yearsSeptemberEUR 5000 per yearEUR 5000 per year

About Computer Science and Software Engineering (CSSE), BSc - at Constructor University

Digitalization is a key driver of innovation and success across all industries. Computer Science and especially Software Engineering are obviously key elements in these processes. At the same time, there is a substantial change in the way daily work is organized and carried out. The share of home office and remote work increases, e.g., to collaborate with team members who are distributed around the world or to control, monitor, and maintain facilities and processes from a distance. While offering a lot of opportunities in terms of convenience for employees and reduced costs for employers, this new normal of working also requires different skills and knowledge of the related tools and methods, which are addressed by this program.

Furthermore, online education is changing the higher education landscape in profound ways. It caters for specific needs and interests of students, especially in terms of the flexibility in which they can carry out their studies. And it is a natural option to prepare them for the new normal of remote work.

The bachelor program in Computer Science and Software Engineering uses online education with high amounts of flipped-classroom elements. This means that students participate in online courses with pre-dominantly asynchronous lectures and exercise material, which are complemented by tutorials and hands-on sessions. Students are guided and supported by faculty as well as experienced tutors and lecturers to transfer the acquired knowledge into practice. The hands-on elements include high amounts of collaboration with other students, use of tools and concepts to engage in distributed work from different places in potentially different time-zones, and remote access to physical devices and set-ups.

The Computer Science core of the program is complemented with Management and Leadership modules in the final study year. Students will not only be trained in programming and software development, but will also acquire fundamental knowledge in business and learn how innovations can be transferred into a marketable product. Furthermore, they may take part in interdisciplinary courses in which problems are tackled from a wider perspective challenging them to think outside the boundaries of their discipline.

Overall, by completing their studies, students will be able to directly enter the job market or to continue their studies in a graduate program, for example the MSc in Computer Science and Software Engineering offered at Constructor University. Apart from the solid knowledge and skills obtained in Computer Science and Software Engineering, graduates are particularly well prepared for the demands of modern work, i.e. to work remotely and as part of a diverse team.

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Entry requirements

All applicants must have an adequate command of the English language to enroll at Constructor University. An applicant’s English language ability (non-native speakers) may be demonstrated through language proficiency test scores.
You will qualify for an English proficiency waiver if you:

  • are a native English speakers OR
  • have been instructed exclusively in English for a minimum of 6 years OR
  • have scored 600 or higher on the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing section
  • have scored 9 or higher on the ACT Writing section

You may need to confirm you qualify for a waiver with the Office of Admissions.

For those who require English proficiency tests, you can submit your test score in the testing section of the Common App. Proof of the English proficiency test results can be sent via the official agencies.

English Language proficiency tests we accept and the minimum scores/grades:

  • TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) Paper based - 575
  • TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) Internet based - 90
  • MELAB (Michigan Test) - 80
  • British Council IELTS (Int'l. English Language Testing System) - 6.5
  • GCSE (British General Certificate of Secondary Education) - A or B
  • Cambridge EFL Examinations - Certificate of Proficiency in English - A, B, C and C1 pass
  • Cambridge EFL Examinations - Certificate in Advanced English - A, B and C
  • Cambridge EFL Examinations - First Certificate in English (extended certification) - A
  • International Baccalaureate English A Literature & English A Language and Literature - 6, 7
  • SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (New SAT) - 600
  • ACT Writing - 9
  • Duolingo English Test - 110

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Lynn from Kenya (Earth and Environmental Sciences '21)

My overall experience at Constructor University has exceeded my expectations! Having all these great connections with people from all over the world is a constant reminder of the privilege that Constructor University has afforded me. Our education is directly linked to us wanting to make a positive impact in this world! I truly do look and think about my future in positive light due to the experiences that I have had on this campus! 


Juan from Ecuador (Medicinal Chemistry and Chemical Biology '23)

Constructor University is the perfect place for eager learners, every day you get to learn something new. Besides having devoted and experienced professors, you get to know unique individuals that you can share amazing perspectives, great stories and become close friends with. This community makes you grow and reminds you to keep yourself up despite the difficulties.


Emilia from Germany (Integrated Social Sciences, now Society, Media, and Politics '21)

Bremen is my home town and the city I spend 17 years living and growing from and with it. Studying at Constructor University gave me the chance to show friends from all over the world beautiful places in Bremen and their surroundings they have never seen before. From my own experiences, I enjoyed, in my 2 years of traveling after high school, the contact with locals, and the authenticity you get to explore. Constructor University is the perfect place to meet open-minded people that are aiming memories you will never forget.

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