Vocational Education in Electrical Power Engineering/ Physics (EP-BB)

This accredited Master's degree program, offered in cooperation with the Freiburg University of Education, builds on the Bachelor’s “plus” program of Electrical Engineering and Physics. Following a subsequent teacher-training period (“Referendariat”), it qualifies graduates for a teaching career at vocational schools in the subjects of energy and automation technology (ENAT) and physics.

Degree Master of Science (M.sc.)
Language of instruction German
Duration of program 3 Semesters
Beginning of study program Summer and winter semester
Application Deadline January 15 / July 15
Tuition and fees Administration fee: € 156
As of the 2017/18 winter semester, the following state tuition fees may 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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Requirements Completed Bachelor's degree (with educational parts)
Internship Not required
Selection procedure Yes
Accreditation Yes
ECTS 90 credits

Study content

Technical-scientific study contents are supplemented by vocational pedagogical and didactical contents. A detailed list of the courses can be found in the study and examination regulations. [more...]

Career perspectives

The Master's degree in this programme qualifies students for admission to preparatory service (legal clerkship) for careers in higher education at vocational schools such as technical high schools, as well as for extracurricular activities in initial and continuing vocational education and training. [more...]

Course of study

The Master's programme in Vocational Training in Electrical Power Engineering / Physics comprises a total of three semesters. Natural and engineering fundamentals are supplemented.

At the same time, the University of Education in Freiburg offers in-depth study contents in the fields of vocational education and didactics. A practical school phase of 4 weeks after the first semester is integrated into the programme. [more...]