International Engineering - Electrical Engineering (Bachelor)
|Degree||Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)|
|Department||Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science|
|Site||Steinfurt and Latin America|
|Special type of study||full-time, International degree programme|
|Standard period of study||7 semesters|
|Language of Instruction||German|
Requirements and enrolment
|Admissions restrictions||No local entrance restrictions|
|Additional entrance requirements|
Proof of Spanish language skills:
For enrolment, you must prove knowledge of Spanish at level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
Applicants who have not acquired their study qualification at a German-speaking institution must provide evidence of German language skills at level B2 (CEFR), e.g. via the test "German as a Foreign Language" (Test DaF) with a score of at least "3" for the areas "Listening Comprehension", "Reading Comprehension", "Oral Expression" and "Written Expression" or via equivalent evidence.
|Enrolment||The next enrolment phase|
commences in Mai 2024.
Detailed description of the degree programme
How is a mobile phone actually built? Can I control robots remotely via the internet? How does a wind turbine work and what will the energy grids of the future look like? In our Bachelor’s degree programme you will learn the answers to these and many other questions in electrical engineering, actively and practically.
Since internationality is not easy to learn, you will live it during your studies. You will study abroad for a total of one and a half years at one of our partner universities. After all, for a career in international engineering, you need not only specialist knowledge but also a great deal of intercultural competence.
As a highly skilled specialist, you have the opportunity to actively and creatively shape the technology of today and tomorrow, because electrical engineering is one of the key technologies.
Following your studies, you will work in an international environment in the field of engineering. For example, you might be working in a company at the interface between two countries and support them with your engineering knowledge.
Your fields of activity range from development to quality management and production to technical sales. If you would like to deepen your skills in electrical engineering even further, you can take advantage of our master’s degree programme in electrical engineering, which we also offer as a part-time master’s degree. Here, work and study - practice and further education can be closely linked.
The aim of our degree program is to train you to become internationally active engineers who can meet the modern requirements of an industrial working environment and actively shape development processes. Upon completion of the program, you will have technical expertise, be familiar with modern development methods, be able to present content professionally, and possess business background knowledge. In addition to technical know-how, you will acquire intercultural competence and expand your language skills.
Our degree program combines engineering sciences and internationality, so the world is open to you after graduation
Contents and course of studies
You will spend the first four semesters at Münster University of Applied Sciences. In the third and fourth semesters you will take a language course. In addition, you will get to know the culture of the country of the partner university within voluntary events.
During your last three semesters you will study at the partner university in the national language. In addition, a practical phase abroad is planned before you finally write your thesis.
Upon successful completion, you will receive the B.Sc. degree from Münster University of Applied Sciences and the degree from the partner university.
Why to choose this course
- Math pre-courses for first-year students
- Double degree in 7 semesters
- Intensive experience abroad (both study and internship)
- Interdisciplinary modules
- Language courses
- Support in applying for scholarships for funding
- High level of research activity with a high rate of third-party funding
- Numerous practical contacts in industry
- Outstanding laboratory equipment with state-of-the-art test benches, sophisticated measurement technology Teaching with up-to-date PC pools and the latest software
- Straightforward relationship between students and lecturers
- Optimal learning environment
Our students particularly appreciate the following aspects of our department:
- the pleasant interaction with fellow students and lecturers,
- the good organisation of their studies,
- the wide range of support services in basic engineering subjects: preliminary courses, tutorials and mentors.
- The practical and high-quality equipment, from the latest FPGA boards to industrial robots.
- the high level of practical relevance