You see the world through your eyes. Wondering how it works. How do mobile communication, GPS and renewable energy generation function? You are interested in groundbreaking innovations and new sustainable technologies.
As a student on the degree programme in electrical engineering and information technology, you will learn all about designing circuits, programming microcontrollers and controlling robots. You understand complex systems and can design automatic production lines, intelligent autonomous vehicles or wireless networks.
Bachelor of Engineering (B. Eng.)
During the foundation course (semesters 1 and 2), you will primarily learn the fundamental mathematical, scientific and technical principles. The examinations for this part of the programme are designed to train you in the correct learning methods and lay the foundation for studying towards your degree.
The advanced course (semesters 3 to 7) covers the main core and specialist modules relevant to your future career. Numerous internships demonstrate and reinforce how theoretical knowledge is applied in practice. You will spend your fifth semester on industrial placement.
The practical semester gives you the chance to apply the theoretical knowledge you have acquired so far in a highly vocational engineering role. This gives you an understanding for the interrelation between theory and practice and prepares you systematically for your future career.
From the sixth semester on, you can start specialising in energy and automation engineering or information and communications technology. Both specialisations run for two semesters and train you for roles in current key sectors. Deciding which path you which to take clearly paves the way for the career you wish to pursue according to your particular interests and aims. Classes overarching the specialisations address the increasing networking between individual disciplines.
You will complete your degree by writing your bachelor’s thesis. Upon successfully completing the programme, the university of applied sciences will award you the academic degree of Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) .
1. Programme with extended practice – practical and flexible!
The programme with extended practice combines a regular bachelor’s degree programme at the university with intensive practical placements at one of our partners relating to your academic subject matter. Students can select this “sandwich” option until semester 4.
2. Combined programme – study and train at the same time!
A combined programme enables you to gain a fully accredited vocational qualification while you are studying for your bachelor’s degree – a particularly appealing advantage for many companies!
We offer the following combined vocational tracks as part of the degree programme in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at Kempten University of Applied Sciences:
You can find further information about “university dual” on our website.
The electrical industry, but other sectors too, spans a range of different roles in areas such as research, planning, development, production and commissioning, even in sales and customer service. The main pillars of this industry lie in the traditional fields of energy technology and automation engineering.
Information and communications technology is also currently booming. Besides jobs in the industry, electrical engineers can also expect to find interesting employment opportunities with energy suppliers, telecommunications companies, in radio and TV, research institutes, transport companies, engineering offices, hospitals and state facilities.
The boom in information technology has generated enormous demand for engineers specialising in data and information technology. At the same time, the classical fields such as energy and automation technology are also growing and thus looking to expand their workforce. In other words, as an electrical engineering and information technology graduate, you can expect excellent career opportunities. Local prospects
The proportion of software and sector-related service providers such as consultancies, service and training is growing in all areas. By now, these engineering-relates roles account for half of the labour market for electrical engineers. This means electrical engineers specialised in the interface between hardware and software are particularly highly sought after in the industry.
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Have we whetted your appetite for the degree programme Electrical Engineering and Information Technology? If so, we would be delighted for you to apply. We have pooled all the information and details you might need about applying and the admission requirements on your behalf.
Are you interested in natural sciences and fascinated about anything technical? Are you incredibly keen to learn how electrical and electronic devices work? If so, you fit the bill perfectly for studying electrical engineering and information technology!
We ascribe to the values of openness, tolerance and acceptance. Our aim is to teach everyone involved at Kempten University of Applied Sciences about education in an international context. As part of this, we support university-wide, inter-faculty measures to promote international projects and cross-cultural interaction.
Are you interested in learning more about our international aspirations and the options for you to study abroad? Take a look at the information posted in our portal .
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We know how exciting the prospect of going to university can be. So we want you to know whom you can get in touch with if you have any questions about studying with us –
Contact the for prospective students
For general questions about studying and applications, please contact the University Student Advisory Service.
Questions about course content
If you have any questions about course content, the structure of the programme or problems with your studies, please contact the academic advisor
Professor Matthias Kuba