Mechanical engineering is one of Germany’s biggest industrial sectors and most important exporters. It manufactures the means of production and goods for all sectors of the nation’s economy. The foreseeable demand for well educated and highly qualified mechanical engineers – women and men alike – continues to be strong.
With its excellent contacts with industry and partner universities abroad, the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering can offer opportunities way beyond the degree programme’s strictly technical content.
With the seven-semester B.Eng. in Mechanical Engineering, you will be studying for a first academic degree qualifying you for employment in this demanding field. You are making a good choice!
|Commencement:||Winter semester, summer semester|
|Duration:||7 semesters, full-time, 210 ECTS credits|
|Profile:||Course structure and course programme only available in German|
|Module manual:||only available in German|
|Areas of specialisation:||Power Engineering, Development and Design, Automotive Engineering, Mechamatik and Process Engineering|
|Degree title:||Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)|
|Accreditation:||only available in German|