In Germany, a A B.Sc. degree is the first stage of qualifying as a professional engineer. Plus preparing you for a professional life, the combination of courses will cover the basic scientific principles of engineering, thereby getting you ready for a Master’s degree and doctorate, or for a career with a strong academic or technical emphasis.
In the first year of study, you will receive a broad grounding in the principles of engineering and the natural sciences. This will include sessions on mechanical engineering, materials science, electrical engineering, computer science and the natural sciences. These sessions are designed to impart knowledge and practical techniques in the areas of engineering and natural sciences, and to teach the thought processes that lie behind them. Details of individual lectures can be found in the module handbook. After completion of the first year, which is largely taught to all students across the course, students are divided into separate disciplines and tailored content is taught to the different groups.
Duration of Program
The curriculum of ISE is designed as a consecutive bachelor master program with duration for the:
- Bachelor program: 3 years, 6 semesters
- Master program: 2 years, 4 semesters
An industrial internship in an established company is compulsory for all Bachelor-Students. The University will work with you in navigating this process. The whole 15 weeks of industrial internship have to be finished before starting the final thesis.
In the master degree courses an industrial internship is optional.
Costs of Living
We recommend budgeting around 750,- / 900,- € per month for personal expenses.
- General university entrance qualification (“Abitur”) or
- Special university entrance qualification (restricted to certain fields of study, so called “Fachhochschulreife” or equivalent).
- The evidence of a special degree course related educational background or qualification from school with special profile in mathematics.
Applicants who have not acquired their university qualifications at a German speaking institution in Germany or at an equivalent institution abroad can be admitted to study a discipline within the academic program ISE when they demonstrate knowledge of German by presenting a certificate of at least the level B1 achieved on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
Applicants who are not native speakers of English can be admitted to study a discipline within the academic program ISE when they demonstrate knowledge of English by presenting a certificate of at least the level B1 achieved on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
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