Electro and Information Technology - Bachelor

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Faculty Engineering Sciences
Course of studies Electrical and Information Technology
Degree Bachelor
Academic degree Bachelor of Sciences
Start WS
Regular study period 6 semesters
Further qualification Electrical and Information Technology (M.Sc.)
Industrial Management (M.Sc.)
Category Engineering Sciences
computer science
Study fields Informationssystemtechnik
Energie und Automation
Elektromobilität
Type of study full-time studies
Admission restriction No
Tuition No
Credits 180
Accredited Yes
Application portal International Office

Curriculum

Students of the bachelor programme “Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies”, will graduate with the internationally recognised degree of “Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)”.

The course of studies has a modular design. During the first 3 semesters, the studies consist primarily of necessary scientific basics as well as first specifically subject oriented knowledge are taught.

In the 4th and 5th semester, the specialist courses “Information System Technology”, “Energy and Automation” and “electric mobility” take place.

The practical module (6th Semester) shall prepare the students for the final Bachelor’s project and the start of their careers.

During a postgraduate Master’s programme the title “Master of Science (M.Sc.)” can be achieved.

Admission requirements & Application

Information about admission, German language courses , costs of living as well as the application form are available at our web page: Application instructions for international applicants

Contact for international applicants
Application Service - Bewerberservice
Mrs. Simone Natzschka
Technikumplatz 17
09644 Mittweida
Germany

Phone: +49 3727 58-1269
Fax: +49 3727 58-21269
E-mail: application@hs-mittweida.de

Application deadline for the winter semester is May 15. We accept also later applications if there are free places and if, based on our experience, there is a chance for the applicant to to arrive on time for the studies. 

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