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To be admitted to the Mannheim Master of Applied Data Science & Measurement, candidates are required to have a set of particularly important skills. This will help to assure a swift and rewarding program progress and individual learning success.
Please present yourself in a five-minute video or a PowerPoint presentation with a maximum of 10 slides, answering the
The letter of motivation forms an important part of the admissions committee's evaluation of your application. Please explain your priorities in the three tracks. The committee uses the essay to measure your experience and interest in various components of survey and data science.
Identify the components you have experienced and describe the nature of that experience. Describe how you hope the master's program will advance your training. The committee prefers essays that are no more than two typewritten pages (12 point font). Please highlight elements that can't be found in the CV.
Proof of appropriate English language skills can be provided by the following tests:
a) TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) with a minimum score of 85.
b) IELTS (International English Language Testing System – Academic Test) with a minimum of 6.5.
c) Certificate of Advanced English with at least level B2.
d) A successfully completed course of study, which was essentially based on English as the language of instruction and examination.
The results must not be more than five years old at the time of the closing date for applications.
The learning experience in this course will mainly rely on the online interaction between students and the instructor during the weekly online meetings. Therefore, we encourage all students in this course to use a web camera and a headset. We recommend that students use a high speed internet connection (LAN), if available, when connecting to the online meetings. Wireless connections (WLAN) are usually less stable and might be dropped. We will use Canvas, a learning management system, for our online courses.
The current course fee is € 22,500.
Please note the current fee installment plan. 10 equal installments of EUR 2,250 (two thousand, two hundred and fifty), due on the following dates:
Contact Manon Jana Pfeifer for an application for the 2021 intake.