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Career prospects

Candidates holding a Master’s degree in Computational Science and Engineering have a modern education with elements derived from mathematics, engineering, the natural sciences and informatics in various combinations, numerical calculations being the common factor.

During the programme, you will obtain a solid academic foundation and gain broad experience in advanced numerical calculations and in practical problem solving.

With this background you are qualified for modern, technology oriented research- and developmental assignments within a number of sectors.

You may find work in e.g.

  • research institutions,
  • oil companies and in
  • high technology engineering firms.

The IT-sector is also a relevant market for graduates from the programme. There is also a need for people in education and administration.

The study programme provides the candidates with a solid theoretical and methodological foundation and is therefore relevant for further PhD studies (research education) and research.

Read more about the PhD programme at the University of Oslo.

Published June 6, 2012 10:00 AM - Last modified Apr. 27, 2017 2:16 PM