Computer science and electrical engineering determine modern working life in business and science as well as the everyday life of people in industrialised nations. Therefore, there is a high demand for graduates in these technical disciplines and it will continue to increase in the future.
Offering a wide range of study programmes and further education opportunities in both disciplines, the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science teaches und researches in five areas of expertise, which cooperate closely.
Students achieve knowledge, methods and skills in:
- Electrical Engineering
- Automation Technology and Mechatronics
- Electrical Power Engineering
- Computer Science
- Communication Technology
Would you like to take a look into our laboratories? Please note, that these pages are only available in German language.
Information and Electrical Engineering, Master
To be considered for admission to the Master’s programme in Information and Electrical Engineering, a candidate must submit proof of the following qualifications:
- academic degree (Bachelor, Master, Diploma) in a related field of study obtained from a national or international university
- first academic degree with at least 210 credit points (applicants with an academic degree totalling 180 credit points may obtain the residual 30 credit points by applying for an individual study plan which has to be confirmed by the examination board)
- a sufficient and proven command of English (at least 70 points in the internet-based TOEFL test or the equivalent of 5.5 in the IETS)
Events and Workshops
Research is an important part of our faculty. It focuses on socially relevant, future-oriented issues, which we address in interdisciplinary and application-oriented projects. The development of networks and cooperation with research partners from science and industry is just as important as the promotion of young researchers.
Studying at the Faculty of Engineering
One of the most important key competences you can acquire as a student is self-organization. Term schedule, timetables, dates and deadlines for re-registration, examinations, leaves of absence, changing courses ...
You do not need to keep in mind all these dates, but check the latest information on our website from time to time. If you rather talk to to one of our friendly advisors, the SERVICE POINT might be your first choice.
Monday and Thursday · 10:00 to 15:00
Tuesday and Wednesday · 10:30 to 13:00
House 1 / Room 150
Tel.: +49 (0)3841/ 753-7503
The International Office is the overseas port of our University so to speak. It is the point of departure for students, tutors and employees heading out into the world through a wide variety of exchange programmes with our partner universities. Conversely, we are the first port of call for those wishing to come to us as a student, tutor or member of staff from our partner universities.
The atmosphere on the Campus is international in character. Nevertheless, you will not have any difficulty learning German during your time with us. We are not a university for the masses. Everyday life at the University will provide you with ample opportunities for interpersonal interaction on all levels.
Head of International Office
- Korinna StubbeDipl.-LehrerEmployeeInternational OfficeBuilding 1 · Room 118 c
- Student Exchange Coordination
- Project Management
- Narangerel TsendbaatarDipl.-Wirtsch.jur. (FH)EmployeeInternational OfficeBuilding 1 · Room 118a
- Student Support
- Coordination Student Exchange: Incoming
- Stephanie JungEmployeeInternational OfficeBuilding 1 · Room 118 b
- Student Support