After the Bachelors degree you are qualified as an engineer and can start your professional career in energy supply and industry.
In the field of energy supply, we can offer you activities in the following areas:
- Network planning (planning of high-, medium- and low-voltage three-phase current networks as well as high-voltage direct current transmission systems)
- System development (e.g. switchgear, circuit breakers, inverters, reactive power compensation systems)
- Plant construction (e.g. cable and overhead line construction, switchgear construction)
- Electrical installations and networks: operation and maintenance
- Network control and protection technology
- Planning and monitoring of photovoltaic and wind energy plants
- Conception of Smart Grids
- Electricity trading (balancing group and timetable management, portfolio management, electricity procurement)
This means that you can work, for example, as a development, project planning, commissioning, maintenance and repair engineer.
You can also follow a Master's Programme (e.g. EIM) to further qualify for a position as an engineer in research and development.