|Hochschule Mannheim - University of Applied Sciences||7 Semesters|
|Bachelor of Engineering||Onsite|
The new study program in Electrical Engineering merges the existing and very successful courses of study in Automation Technology and Power Engineering and Renewable Energies into one. With this new program, students decide which focus to follow after the first year: Automation and Industrial Internet of Things or Power Engineering and Renewable Energies.
Why have we made this change? Up to now, students had to decide on their focus on when starting here. Now students can learn about both areas and make their decision when they are sure about what they want.
Electrical engineering and renewable energies are important key pillars of our country. Nothing works without energy! Renewable energies are vital, especially facing climate change. The power generation has to be managed with renewable energies. The transfer, distribution, and invoicing is simplified with new technologies and structures, called smart grids. Applications like e-mobility have to be integrated. Every part has to be represented in a network via the Internet.
The first year is conducted in English (foundation courses) and includes intensive language courses in German. The second-year is conducted in German. Check details on our language training at https://www.ete.hs-mannheim.de/study/language-training.html.
Students spend their fifth semester at the industrial work placement (organized in one of the many companies in the Mannheim area or abroad). The final year is conducted in German, including the final project (thesis).
Guidance and counseling is provided by mentors, and support services are provided by tutors. There is a modular organization of the course program.
A university/higher education entrance qualification is required. Admission is based on the applicant’s academic and professional performance in the subject concerned. Alternatively, good SAT/ACT scores in mathematics and/or physics will be acknowledged.
15 July (for the following winter semester)
TOEFL 550 points (written), 213 points (computer-based), 80 points (IBT), or IELTS > 6.0 for applicants (unless English is the native language or official language of instruction at secondary school)
With about 5,300 students, 180 professors, over 100 part-time lecturers, and more than 300 technicians and administrative staff, Hochschule Mannheim is one of the largest universities of applied sciences in the Federal State of Baden-Württemberg. With all the assets of a modern university campus, Hochschule Mannheim provides students with ideal conditions to meet the requirements posed by the professional careers they have set their sights on.
Close working contacts with industry, professional associations, and cultural institutions, together with the Karl Völker Foundation affiliated to the university, represent an ideal breeding ground for internationally acclaimed research and development activities. For many years, Hochschule Mannheim has been one of the most research-intensive universities of applied sciences in Baden-Württemberg. As such, it enables its students to participate in a wide range of research and development projects prior to graduation.
Application procedure changes due to the coronavirus
Due to the ongoing corona pandemic we now also accept applications via e-mail. E-mail your complete, scanned application documents to [email protected]. The deadline for e-mail applications is 15 May for non-EU citizens.
If some required documents are missing due to canceled test dates, closed schools, or delayed exams, please indicate the next available test date on your application form and attach your test registration slip if available.
By 15 July we need your complete application, including missing documents, by mail, preferably by courier service.
For EU citizens, our application deadline of 15 July remains until further notice.
For further details, please visit https://www.ete.hs-mannheim.de/bachelor/apply.html.