Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
Practical based, exciting and future-oriented
For all those who would prefer to put what they have learned into practice straight away, our Bachelor's degree programme in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology is just the thing. It covers current topics such as environmental protection, robotics, emobility, smart grids, digitalisation, Industry 4.0, renewable energies, software development, networked mobility - the list is very long!
Our lecture halls are classroom-sized, so you can actively participate at any time.
All our lecturers have gained years of practical experience in industry and are happy to pass on this knowledge in personal discourses.
Numerous study projects, practical semesters with market-leading industry partners and exciting final theses provide scope for practical work, experimentation and a creative approach to technology - this is how knowledge is anchored in the long term.
After two semesters, choose the topic you are thrilled by:
Industrial Automation, Electromobility and Autonomous Systems, Power Engineering and Renewable Energy, Information Technology, Sensor Technology or Environmental Instrumentation.
They all have one thing in common: they are relevant future topics that you can help to shape. And we are happy to prepare you for your professional future.
Nadine Bäumler, Diana Lamb
Sonja Maier, Ursula Unrau
Geb. N, Raum 007, 109 / Geb. M, Raum 209
You must meet the following requirements
You need a higher education entrance qualification, a qualification for study at a university of applied sciences, a equivalent international qualification, or a vocational training completed in Germany, to get started at Faculty Electrical Engineering and Information Technology. Find more information
Interested in Master's programme?
In addition to the German-language Master's programme in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, we offer the English-language Master's programme in Sensor Systems Technology to interested students from abroad and friends of foreign languages.