Bachelor of Engineering
Language of instruction
Modes of study
dual degree programme with integrated internships
no tuition fees (the university only charges semester fees each semester)
Telematics - the special computer science degree course with a strong practical relevance - links computer science and communication technologies to intelligent systems that are networked via the mobile network or the Internet.
As a telematics specialist, you can design, implement and improve complex technical systems and accompany their successful deployment in society.
You are able to actively shape the future in all areas of our modern information society!
- Computer Science and Software Engineering
- Fundamentals of Telecommunications, IoT (Internet of Things)
- Mathematics, business administration, project management, law and media
- Elective modules, e.g. vehicle system technology, building automation, logistics telematics, robotics, distributed software systems, traffic telematics
- Project work for the practical implementation of the learned telematics technologies
- Internships with changing focus and thesis
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Introduction to programming
Algorithms and data structures
Programming / software engineering
Distributed data storage systems
Communications and location technology
Telecommunication networks and services
Virtual Reality and Simulation
Mathematics-natural sciences modules
Communication and presentation
Law (media law)
Organization and human resources
Investment and financing
Marketing and sales
Vehicle System Technology
Embedded systems and robotics
Distributed software systems
More information on the study structure can be found in the current curriculum.
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Automotive, Energy, Logistics, Medicine, Robotics, SmartHome, Virtual Reality, Web & App Development and more: Telematics are at work in all areas of the digital information society, e.g. as Software Developer, System Engineer, Product Manager, Application Administrator.
They work in research and development departments of companies, in the area of Industry 4.0, but also in the production and service sectors.
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General admission requirements
Specific admission requirements
Language skills: To be admitted to this degree programme, overseas applicants must possess sufficient German language skills. This may be demonstrated with an overall grade of DSH-2 or better from the Deutsche Sprachprüfung für Hochschulen (DSH) language exam.
You can apply to TH Wildau online. All the information you need to apply can be found on our central application page.
We recommend checking in good time as to whether it is useful for you to participate in study preparation courses prior to commencing your studies. Online tests in the subjects of mathematics, physics and information technology will help you come to a decision. Prior knowledge in these subjects is an important basis for various study modules and therefore necessary for the success of your studies in light of past experience.
The introductory and orientation programme of the TH MINT+ project www.th-wildau.de/thmintplus (DE) is at your disposal for a more comprehensive study orientation and preparation for studies. In the summer term 2021 you can take part in a one-semester STEM orientation pro-gramme called “MINT-Orientierungsexpress 2021”. In September 2021 a two-semester introductory and orientation programme (winter term 2021/22 and summer term 2022) will start.”