Bachelor of Engineering & Chamber of Industry and Commerce (IHK) / Chamber of Crafts (HWK) professional qualification
Language of instruction
Modes of study
dual degree programme with integrated vocational training
no tuition fees (the university only charges semester fees each semester)
Building upon solid scientific and engineering principles, students are trained in the various fields of engineering and introduced to physics engineering and energy systems in a practical way that will prepare them for careers in the field. Elective modules give this degree programme flexibility.
Graduates will be able to efficiently solve a wide range of problems in these fields. They will have the ability to work in multiple disciplines, to combine the latest technologies with classic fields of engineering as well as integrate computer and simulation technologies into their work. Independence, holistic thinking in technical and business contexts, teamwork abilities and social skills are also developed.
- Fundamentals of science of engineering
- In-depth study of physical technologies and energy systems
- Multidisciplinary studies, projects and lab work
- Industrial and career placement, bachelor's thesis
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- Mathematics I
- Mathematics II
- Basics of Physics
- Basics of Chemistry
- Informatics I
- Informatics II
- Construction Fundamentals
- Manufacturing Methods
- Materials Mechanics
- Electrical Engineering/ Electronics/ Drive Technology
- Control Technology/ Sensors
- Automation Technology
- Thermodynamics/ Heat Transfer
- Fluid Mechanics
- Struktur of Matter
- Surface Technologies
- Mikro-/ Nano-engineering
- Laser Technologies
- Plasma Technologies
- Photonics/ Technical Optics/ Spectroscopy
- Microprocessor Engineering
- Renewable Energy
- Quality Management
- Business Management and Law
- Laser/ Plasma Technologies
- Semiconductor Technology/ Surface Analysis
- Electron Beam Microanalysis
- Optical Design
- Data Collection/ Control and Microcontroller
- Nuclear Engineering and Dismantling
- Renewable Energy in Buildings and Energy Efficiency
- Environment and Life Cycle Analysis
- Legal Aspects of Renewable Energies
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Graduates of the Physics Engineering/Energy Systems degree programme can find work in the industrial sector as well as in small to medium-sized businesses.
- Development engineers in project planning and production
- Technical consulting, support and sales
- Work in the automation technology sector
- Tool building
Engineers in physics engineering/energy systems are also needed in public services, institutions and hospitals.
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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.
Admission to the dual degree programme requires successful participation by the end of the 1st academic year in the vocational training as part of the cooperation agreement between TH Wildau and the educational institution.
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, information technology and technical mechanics 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.