[SM-Discuss] wiki bio pages (education)
thomas-forum at orgis.org
Sun Jun 25 10:36:29 EDT 2006
This is maybe a bit offtopic for the list - but after all, it's also about how new SMGL developers evolve (education).
Am Sun, 25 Jun 2006 14:38:34 +0200
schrieb "Mathieu L." <lejatorn at smgl.homelinux.net>:
> 2 reasons:
> first it is indeed thx to the french education system that I passed my
> Astrophysics master's when I was 22 (nothing unusual about that, I
Impossible in Germany (Brandenburg)
- 13 years of school to get Abitur, starting at age 6/7, ending at age 19/20
- 1 year Bundeswehr (army) or civil service for guys -> 20/21
- 5 year standard study time for diploma -> 25/26
You could cut this by two years with 12 years Abitur (some parts of Germany have it) and being not fit for army service (disabled, drug addict...) or having enough brothers.
> already have 4 years in science at uni to do this one extensive year to
> get a master's degree in cs. But of course, it's a very practical
That's really interesting...
> formation since we only have one year, so we skip all the theory and
> learn how to code properly, some software engineering, some db, some
...and that would be a kind of CS study I can take.
I did choose physics because I thought cs would be to boring with all that stuff _not_ related to computers;-)
Still, I didn't know what theoretical physics is back when I did the decision...
Can I come over to france and do this one-year cs master after my diploma?
Heck - I could even revamp my thesis work for cs since it's mainly about numeric intergration and software design;-)
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