You know how important robotics are as a key technology right now for tomorrow’s world. New smart applications will improve our lives, or even set entirely new standards, for instance in terms of service and care. Here’s your chance to implement your ideas in this innovative and quickly growing technological environment to influence the future.
You will learn about and understand the networked systems behind robots. Complex robotic systems in both industry and the service sector can only be achieved by linking engineering sciences with applied computer science – and that’s right where you come in.Apply here
Bachelor of Engineering (B. Eng.)
in the course of implementation
On the basis of core STEM subjects comprising modules in mathematics, electrical engineering, mechanics and the like, we will teach you the essentials of engineering combined with computer science. The firm focus throughout is on the application of knowledge. This is reflected in the high proportion of projects from the second semester on, giving you the chance to consolidate the theoretical subjects you’ve covered and and apply your acquired knowledge hands-on.
During the fourth and sixth semesters, you get to choose to compulsory elective modules that best suit your special interests, in which key aspects of applied computer science such as artificial intelligence and image processing come to the fore. The fifth semester is spent on your industrial placement, before majoring in either industrial robotics or geriatronics in the sixth. The seventh, and final, semester is devoted to writing your final thesis to qualify as a Bachelor of Engineering.
Incidentally, the collaboration arrangement with UAS Würzburg-Schweinfurt makes it possible to choose an alternative major during the 6th semester.
The digital revolution in manufacturing (aka “Industry 4.0” in Germany) and emergence of components with artificial intelligence (AI) have caused the demand for robots to skyrocket, in turn generating heavy long-term demand for academically trained robotics engineers. Besides careers directly in robotics, this degree programme also prepares you for interdisciplinary roles in computer science and electrical or mechanical engineering.
We have pooled all the information and details you might need about applying and the admission requirements .
Entry to this degree programme is unrestricted. The basic admission requirement for this bachelor’s degree programme is general eligibility for university. This includes:
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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 aspiration, we support university-wide, inter-faculty measures to promote international projects and cross-cultural interaction.
A collaboration with Shenzhen Technology University is in the pipeline, which will also run a degree programme in Robotics covering similar subject matter.
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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Would you like to combine study and practice? With pleasure! The Kempten University of Applied Sciences offers you the following opportunity to study with more practice:
You can find more information about the offers here.
Once you have gained your bachelor’s degree, you can embark upon various post-graduate programmes to earn a master’s degree:
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 for prospective students
For general questions about studying and applications, please contact the University Student Advisory Service.
Advisor for this degree programme
If you have any questions about course content, the structure of the programme or problems with your studies, please contact the Academic Advisor
Professor Dirk Jacob, Dr.-Ing.
Do you have any questions about examinations? Decisions about matters such as counting your performance in studies and examinations towards your programme, missed deadlines, ascertaining examination performance, etc., are made by the examinations boards.
Chair of Examinations Board: Professor Holger Arndt.
If you have any questions about recognition of performance, deadlines, ascertaining examination performance, etc., please contact Academic Registry.
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