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Accredited degree program

Automotive engineering

Rarely has a key industry faced such major technical challenges as the vehicle sector: the shift from the classic combustion engine to alternative drive systems, autonomous driving, new and sustainable vehicle concepts and user-friendly design are just some of the most important buzzwords.

Start Winter semester
Admission CriteriaZulassungsfrei
Application period 15.04.2024 - 15.07.2024
Study format Full time, with in-depth practical experience, Joint degree programme
Study cost None (only semester fee)
Normal duration7 Semester
Accredited degree program

Profiling: Automotive engineering

Hardly any other machine exudes as much fascination for many people as the car. However, behind this fascinating product lies a highly complex technology that has been undergoing a massive transformation process for several years. Just think of the major changes in the field of drives or the ever-increasing importance of electronics and software in recent years, with no end to this development in sight.

The "Automotive Engineering" specialisation provides you with future-oriented knowledge from a wide range of disciplines and areas that are necessary for a comprehensive and detailed understanding of automotive engineering, from new drive systems, chassis and bodywork to electrics and electronics in the field of vehicle engineering. If you are not yet sure which area of automotive engineering you would like to work in after graduation, this specialisation will equip you ideally for a wide variety of tasks, whether at automotive manufacturers or suppliers, in development or production, or at testing organisations.

Prof. Dr. Manfred Strohe

Head of degree programme