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Boost you Career with a Master Degree in Embedded and Mobile Systems

You would like to further qualify in the area of Embedded and Mobile Systems and the strong linkage to regional industries is important to you? Then go ahead and apply for EMoS at NM-AIST! The application period for the 5th cohort ends on 17 November 2023.
With the EMoS Master programme, dSkills@EA shapes the digital pioneers of tomorrow and enhances solution-oriented thinking that support young professionals to create digital innovations that boost the East African industry. Graduates of the programme are equipped with digital skills relevant to strengthen their expertise relevant for scaling digital innovation and entrepreneurship initiatives.

The application process is handled fully by NM-AIST. All applications for the EMoS programme go through the NM-AIST Online Admission System (NOAS).

What you get

  • 2-year programme with industry placement and prototyping
  • Degree in a booming area of ICT
  • Excellent academic supervision at NM-AIST and international support
  • Benefit from contacts to academia and industry in East Africa, Germany and beyond
  • Gain further practical experience during internship
About dSkills@EA
Digital Skills for an Innovative East African Industry” (dSkills@EA) is regional innovation hub that offers digital skills and capacity building relevant for digital transformation of industries and society through academia and industry collaboration. The project aims at strengthening employment and innovation-related digital skills of youth in the EAC and supports the industry and society’s digital transformation. The project is implemented by the Inter-University Council for East Africa (IUCEA), the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and DAAD as the main implementation partners and supported by the East African-German academic consortium that form part of the Centre of Excellence for ICT in East Africa (CENIT@EA), led by the Nelson Mandela African Institution for Science and Technology (NM-AIST) who is the host of and the University of Oldenburg.