About this course
The automotive industry is currently undergoing a drastic innovation boost with regard to the development of marketable electro motors, optimization of combustion engines or light-weight design.
Students choosing the specialization in Automotive Engineering profit from the fact that the automotive industry is Germany’s largest industry sector with a turnover of approximately 263 billion Euros, covering 20% of the overall turnover of Germany's industry. Five million people are employed by the automotive industry and their suppliers. Ten out of the 100 largest automotive suppliers have either their headquarters or one of their subsidiaries in nearby Karlsruhe.
All courses are offered in English and applicants have to keep in mind they have to understand enough English to actively participate in the classroom.
If the applicant’s mother tongue is not English, please include a certified proof of the applicant’s English language proficiency can be in the form of TOEFL / IELTS / TOEIC.
Applicants must score at least:
- TOEFL paper-based: 570
- TOEFL computer-based: 230
- TOEFL internet-based: 95
- IELTS : 6.5
- TOEIC: 00
*There is no need for a certified proof of English proficiency if English has been the language of instruction for the past five years.
*An understanding of German is not a prerequisite for application to the degree program, although some German would definitely help when you are living in Germany.