Current information

You can apply online for the winter semester 2020 from May 2020 (start of studies September 2020). We will be happy to advise you!
The part-time Bachelor of Industrial Engineering and Management is a degree program without NC. This means that we can admit you to the course as soon as you meet the admission requirements.

The study programme

The study program for the Bachelor of Industrial Engineering and Management is specially tailored to your requirements. Here you can gain further qualifications without giving up your professional activity. Flexible time and learning arrangements allow you to combine your studies with your career. Industrial engineers know the necessities of technical production processes, take into account business requirements such as marketing or cost efficiency, and can use modern information technologies.

Access requirements

Part-time: general qualification for university entrance or entrance qualification for studies at universities of applied sciences as well as a completed, specialised (commercial or technical) vocational training or at least three years of practical, relevant work experience.

For accompanying training: general higher education entrance qualification or advanced technical college entrance qualification and a training contract.

Studying can also be started during the ongoing training.

There is no NC in the program.

Applicants without a higher education entrance qualification can find out about the admission requirements here:

Study organisation

About three-quarters of the combined Industrial Engineering and Management degree programme consists of self-study sections and one quarter of face-to-face events. In traditional courses of study, content is taught in lectures. In the combined study program, students receive didactically prepared media for self-study. This enables them to work on the contents themselves. In addition, weekly exercises and laboratory practicals are offered during the regular lecture period, some of which are subject to compulsory attendance. The courses usually take place on Saturdays, but can also be offered in block days by arrangement.

Work is done in groups of about 20 students. In addition to the classroom sessions the exchange between students and teachers is supported by the internet-based communication platform ILIAS. After the students have successfully completed all courses, they begin with their Bachelor thesis. A colloquium concludes the examinations. The awarding of the bachelor's degree is the conclusion of the studies.

Field of work

  • Fabrication
  • shopping Controlling

Online application for the study programme

You can apply from the beginning of May until mid-August 2020 for a start in September (winter semester 2020).

Taster Lectures

In the winter semester (from mid-September) you can attend one of our taster lectures as a guest in order to get to know the study. All interested parties are welcome! Please register in advance for the event. Topics of the lectures are among others:

  • Mathematics
  • Basics of construction
  • /li> Materials science
  • ...<

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