This English-language bachelors program Management and Technology is aimed at foreign applicants who want to qualify for the international labor market abroad or for jobs in internationally active companies.
The graduates of the course of studies Bachelor of Engineering (B. Eng.) Management and Technology are specialists for interfaces: Their activity fields lie everywhere, where it is necessary that technical and management thinking are made compatible with each other.
The processes and procedures in enterprises become increasingly more complex. Industry and services therefore need specialists that are technically experienced and can think businesswise. The Bachelor of Engineering (B. Eng.) programme Management and Technology educates such specialists. The objective of this course of study is a high-quality, profession-qualifying certification that enables the graduates to:
The course of studies is based on a sound engineering and economic scientific foundation with much room for individual profiles. After a regular study time of three years, and following a successful graduation, the internationally acknowledged degree Bachelor of Engineering (B. Eng.) in Management and Technology is awarded.
The fact, that there are so many job vacancies in the field of Management and Technology and the university supports its graduates with finding jobs guarantees the graduates of the program excellent career opportunities.
|Degree:||Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)|
|Lenght of course:||3 years|
October (application deadline: July 1st)
|Academic requirements:||school leaving certificate (12th standard) and final grade is not less than 50% of the maximum grade English Language B2|
|Selection process:||An individual assessment will take place in your home country or in Germany|
The English-language bachelor program Management and Technology will be completed in three years and distinguished itself by the highly qualified teaching. The fact that at the end of the course a time consuming internship is to be completed that contributes to intensive preparation of the students for their professional life.
For the technical report of their education, students can choose one of the two alternatives:
Overall it turns out that studying the Engish-language bachelor‘s degree of Management and Technology has the following advantages:
Alternative Mechanical Engineering
Part of the every day work of the industrial engineer is to develop innovative production techniques for (e. g.) the automotive industry, which count as those products for the markets of to-morrow due to strategic product innovations and new technologies. In the alternative Mechanical Engineering the students become acquainted with the specific requirements of the processes of manufacture as well as the current technology standards of the classical production procedures. An industrial engineer with this special abilities can evaluate the efficiency and sustainability of a production. His action is marked by a consciousness for future-oriented and ecology-minded procedures. The technology and innovation management is a further emphasis of this speciality. Through new technologies, enterprises can achieve decisive competitive edges for themselves.
Alternative Energy and Environment
The development of innovative drive techniques for the automotive industry, the management of a major building project under ecological aspects, and to control its progress or the testing of new storage facilities for regenerative energies, all belong to the daily business of a graduate Bachelor of Management and Technology. The emphasis on energy and environment provides specific knowledge and abilities in the field of energy manage-ment. With regard to the contents, it is a question of the targeted structure change in the energy supply as well as the necessity of an even better environmental and climate protection. The analysis of concepts and procedures of the economical and environment-friendly use of energy and its evaluation belong to the main tasks of a Bachelor of Management and Technology in the special area of energy and environment.
For a university entrance a higher school education certificate (12th standard) is required for acceptance into the Management and Technology program.
a) School Leaving Certificate (following successful completion of 12 years at a Secondary School) so far as it can be proven that the final grade is not less than 50% of the maximum grade and an university internal assessment test (incl. a one week preparation seminar) or one year of successful bachelor study.
b) School Leaving Certificate (following successful completion of 12 years at a Secondary School) in association with the proof of having passed both parts (Main and Advanced) of the entrance examination “Joint Entrance Examination” of the Indian Institutes of Technology.
Good English language skills that correspond to Level B of the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) or proof of English language to Bachelor Degree standard are required for the course. This language proficiency can be demonstrated with the following certificates:
German language skills are not required for the International Technology Transfer Management Master’s Program. However, a visa and residence permit is necessary to study in Germany.
You may commence the Bachelor’s Program in the winter semester (beginning early October) The application deadlines is as follows:
In order to consider your application for our Master’s course, we need the following documents:
The application documents must be sent by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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