Electrical Engineering/ Information Technology
Today’s automated processes in manufacturing and processing, the environmentally friendly transport of people and goods, high-speed communication and entertainment (and many more areas) would be inconceivable without electrical engineering and information technology.
This degree program offers a thorough, sector-neutral and practice-oriented education in electrical engineering and information technology. With a solid foundation, practical semester, research projects and interesting specializations, graduates of the program are prepared for the changing requirements of the coming decades and have a wide range of professional fields to choose from.
|Degree||Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)|
|Language of instruction||German|
|Duration of program||7 semesters (incl. internship (one semester))|
|Beginning of study program||Winter semester|
|Tuition and fees||As of the 2017/18 winter semester, the following state tuition fees apply:
- EUR 1500 per semester for international, non-EU students
- EUR 650 per semester for students pursuing a second (non-consecutive) degree in Germany
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|Application requirements||Allg. oder fachg. Hochschulreife, Fachhochschulreife|
This degree program initially teaches the technical-scientific basics in Mathematics, Physics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering. Specific deepenings build on this. Examples are mentioned: Circuit Technology [more...]
The following professional fields are typical for graduates who have chosen Automation as their focus area: Process and Factory Automation (planning and commissioning of production lines, machining centres and production units) including networking of information exchange systems [more...]
The Bachelor's program in Electrical Engineering/Information Technology comprises a total of 7 semesters. The first four semesters contain technical and mathematical/physical basics. The fifth semester includes a practical study semester. From the sixth semester onwards, a specialisation has to be chosen: [more...]