About this course
A broad understanding and knowledge in the fields of Communication and Information Technology, e.g., wireless communication systems, or Information and Automation Engineering, e.g. robot and vehicle control. Introduction to non-technical subjects dealing with economics, legal and social issues. Development of required skills for entry into the professions of Information-, Communication-, and Automation-Engineering. The institutes of the faculty rank among the top five in Germany with respect to research funds raised. They work closely with national and international industry and other research centers on research projects involving the newest technology. Students are encouraged to participate in these projects. Funding opportunities are available in limited number.
First degree (Bachelor of Science or Engineering,German FH Diploma) in Electrical Engineering or closely related field awarded by an internationally recognized university-level institution. Above average results in undergraduate studies. Certificate of adequate language ability (TOEFL with at least 550 (or 213 for CBT) points). Industral experience is welcome but not a prerequisite.