|Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences||7 Semesters|
|Bachelor of Engineering||Onsite|
Without electronics, modern society would not be possible, since everything is based on processing and passing on of information. For decades, all-important technical innovations have contained a substantial amount of electronics. For example, the Internet, mobile phones, comfort functions in automobiles, and efficient household appliances would not be conceivable without electronics. Around 80% of all innovations in automotive manufacturing today are based on the employment of modern electronics.
Electronics make it possible to find perfectly new beginnings for solving perplexing and ongoing engineering challenges. The electrical and electronics engineer is able to examine a complex array of tasks with systematic methods and to compile appropriate solutions as well as effectively employ technical expertise and soft skills in an interdisciplinary, team-based environment and develop innovative engineering solutions.
Altogether, the degree program consists of seven semesters of full-time study. A solid foundation in science and engineering is imparted in the first three semesters. Following this, your knowledge will be enhanced in key specialist areas in the fourth and fifth semesters.
During this time, students also choose elective courses to form a more robust and meaningful study profile. The sixth semester is dedicated to gathering practical work experience at a company or organization in the biomaterials field or alternatively to spend a semester abroad. The seventh and last semester is for writing the thesis.
Here, we also attach great importance to practical relevance and support collaborative theses with the private sector. Furthermore, the necessary skills for writing a thesis are provided in intense block courses during the seventh semester. The study program concludes with an oral presentation on the research findings in the thesis.
Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences welcomes applications from nationals of all countries.
Please see our website for general admission requirements: https://www.hochschule-rhein-waal.de/en/academics/prospective-students/current-application-period/bachelors-programmes
Free Of Cost
Please note that English language skills at level B2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference are required for our Bachelor’s degree programs. Please be aware that all applicants’ test report form numbers will be checked. The following certificates are accepted:
- IELTS: level CEFR B2 or better
- TOEFL: level CEFR B2 or better
The TOEFL code of our university: 6962
Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences, with two campus locations in Kleve and Kamp-Lintfort and over 7,300 students, is an innovative, interdisciplinary, and international university of applied sciences. The university currently offers 36 undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs in engineering, the natural and social sciences, technology, design, and more. Our programs are geared towards your employability, addressing current and future needs of industry by giving you valuable expertise and experience in your field of study. We are unique in that some 75% of our programs are taught exclusively in English, resulting in vibrant campus culture and a rich, intercultural exchange of ideas, experience, and knowledge.
Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences prides itself on top-notch teaching, excellent research, and a strong network of international partnerships with research institutions and industry. Our team of professors bring a fresh, dynamic approach to teaching and continuously support, encourage, guide, and inspire students. Professors are often on a first-name basis with their students. Teaching takes place in a range of cutting edge facilities, laboratories, workspaces, smart classrooms, and auditoriums.
The result is a memorable and valuable university experience, which will help you grow as a person and set you on the path to your chosen career. We look forward to welcoming you!
All applicants: 15 July for the following winter semester