|University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt||6 Semesters|
|Bachelor of Engineering in Business and Engineering||Onsite|
A business and engineering degree combines two different academic areas, allowing you to find work in both the specialized, technical engineering arena and the management industry.
The combination of technical and non-technical study modules serves as the basis for both conventional and new fields: sales and marketing, logistics, materials management and purchasing, production and manufacturing, controlling, accounting, organization, and data processing.
Graduates benefit from a highly respected German engineering qualification, contacts within the industry, and excellent career prospects.
Possibility of finding part-time employment
In order to finance your living expenses during your studies, you can look for a student job. However, please note that your focus should always be on your studies.
Students from non-EU countries may work 120 full days or 240 half days per year. If you work as a student assistant at a university or a company, the number of days may be higher.
Semesters 1-3: Basic subjects (e.g., Mathematics, Physics, Material Sciences & Design, Computer Sciences for Engineers, Economic Sciences, International Trade Law)
Semesters 4-5: Specialisations
Additionally, specialisations in German: Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering
Additionally, specialisations in German: Sales and Controlling
Semester 6: Internship (20 weeks)
Semester 7: Completion of the programme (Bachelor’s thesis). Graduates of the program are awarded the degree Bachelor of Engineering (BEng).
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- Evidence of knowledge of English, e.g., valid TOEFL IBT® test result of at least 83 points (internet-based)
- Knowledge of German at A2 level (CEFR). There is an option to achieve this level by means of FHWS courses during the first two semesters.
The University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt (FHWS) was established in 1971, with campuses in two locations in Würzburg and Schweinfurt. Today, the FHWS is one of the largest universities of applied sciences in Bavaria (southern Germany). As a public university, we guarantee an excellent academic education recognized throughout the world.
With its 10 departments and more than 40 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, as well as six research institutes, the FHWS offers a broad, practice- and future-oriented course program. Within the FHWS i-Campus concept, English Bachelor’s programs add to the wide range of German programmes. Courses take place in modern lecture rooms and laboratories equipped with innovative technology and state-of-the-art appliances.
Low student-teacher ratio
Studying at FHWS is characterized by small study groups and a low student-teacher ratio. Through a great share of seminar papers, students learn to work independently. Additionally, project work promotes the students’ team-working abilities.
Education with a special focus on application and practice
Almost 200 professors with solid professional experience from industry and business provide scientific education with special relevance to application and practice.
The university collaborates closely with regional and trans-regional businesses. Students benefit from this close collaboration by being able to do internships and having the possibility to write their Bachelor’s theses in one of these companies. Moreover, they have the chance to build a network for their future careers.
FHWS excels due to its international orientation. For more than 30 years, the university has welcomed students from over 80 countries. Worldwide, FHWS is associated with more than 170 universities.
15 July for the following winter semester