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Electrical Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering

Electrical Engineering

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Silke Wunsch

As an electrical engineer, you will be a leader in innovation - from programming new smartphones and electric vehicles to guidance systems for high-speed trains and medical apparatus. There are excellent professional opportunities for you here. Electrical engineers are often offered attractive positions even before they finish their studies.

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Silke Wunsch

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Overview
Degree Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
Credit Points

210

Duration of Study

3.5 years

Starting

Annually 01 October

Study model Full time
Entrance criteria

To study at the SRH University of Applied Science in [WU(HH1] Heidelberg, you must fulfill one of the following requirements:

  • General qualification for entering university (Abitur)
  • Special vocational qualification for entering university  (Fachabitur)
  • Advanced technical college entrance qualification (Fachhochschulreife)
  • Minimum of two years' vocational training and at least three years of professional experience, plus entrance examination
  • For foreign applicants: University entrance qualification or equivalent

Plus in addition:

  • Documented English skills if English is not your native language (TOEFL or similar)
  • Personal interview
    Languages English
    Exchange semester / Internship

    includes 90 days of external internship at a company of your choice

    Tuition Fees

    620 € per month + one-time registration fee of 650 €

    Content, objective and process of study

    Design innovative electronic products in a stimulating atmosphere
    Are you interested in developing efficient electric vehicles, or electronic instruments for medicine? Then this is the course for you. Electrical engineering involves, among other things, the scientific application of electronics and information technology. Our central focus is on the areas of electromobility and life science engineering. As an electrical engineer, you will develop reliable electronic products, or take on a key position (head or expert) in sales and distribution, in the office or in the field.

    Electromobility
    Electromobility enables the practical combination of climate protection, resource preservation and industrial policies. As an example, electromobility allows the efficient conversion of the volatile feed of electrical current from decentralized renewable energy sources, particularly wind energy, into sustainable mobility. This is achieved by using intelligent networks and electricity supply meters (smart grids, smart metering) in the mobile electrical storage units of electric vehicles. This represents a fundamental change of system, in which technologies and applications are combined with each other effectively and innovatively. Electric vehicles, traffic networks, electricity networks and ICT networks will grow together in the future. Electromobility is thus much more than a further development of the automobile to an electric vehicle. The question is not whether this advance in technology will be achieved, but when, how, and by whom first.

    Life Science Engineering
    The life science industry is a growing branch with a future, offering you excellent professional opportunities. Research and teaching in the major Life Science Engineering are characterized by three leading principles:

    • consistent orientation towards the challenges of daily life in the areas of health, safety, mobility, communication, and the environment
    • a theoretically and methodologically sound approach to these areas
    • the design of learning processes with an intensive mutual exchange of ideas between scientists in different disciplines and people from politics, the business world and society in general.

    This trans-disciplinary approach allows our students to learn from the interactions of electrical engineering and electronics, information science and information technology, mechatronics, systems technology and sustainability.

    Aims of the Course

    • Acquiring the ability to independently further develop electronic applications, from idea to prototype
    • Acquiring a solid knowledge of electrical engineering and its mathematical and physical foundations, and acquiring the ability to use these for technical innovation

    Contents:

    • Mathematics and Physics
    • Electrical Engineering and Applied Informatics
    • Construction Elements / Layout Design
    • Systems Theory
    • Business Administration
    • Measuring Technology and Circuit Technology
    • Sensing and Actuating Technology
    • Computer Networks and Bus Systems
    • various subjects in the two Majors
      • Electromobility and
      • Life Science Engineering

    Content of the Study Majors

    • Electromobility 
      • digital technology
      • power electronics
      • vehicle technology 
      • transmission processes 
      • embedded systems
    • Life Science Engineering
      • anatomy and physiology / biosensors
      • biomedical signal acquisition
      • telemedical signal acquisition
      • modelling and simulation
      • applied life science 

    Your Course of Studies - Divided into Modules

    Year 1
    ModuleCredit
    Points
    01 Engineering Fundamentals I                    8
    02 Engineering Fundamentals II 8
    03 Basics of Informatics8
    04 Business Studies8
    05 Electrical Engineering8
    06 Electrical Engineering/Measuring Technology8
    07 Circuit Technology8
    08 Planning and Communication8
    Year 2
    ModuleCredit
    Points
    09 Construction Elements/Layout Design  8
    10 System Analysis8
    11 Automatic Control Technology with Simulation8
    12 Project8
    13 Sensing and Actuating Technology8
    14 Internship 27
    Year 3/4
    ModuleCredit
    Points
    15 Networks8
    16  Quality and Statistics                               8
    17 Bus Systems8
    18 Study Major I8
    19 Study Major II 8
    20 Study Major III 8
    21 Study Major IV 8
    22 Study Major V8
    23 Bachelor Thesis and Colloquium15
    Total210
    Career, perspectives

    Make Yourself Fit For Progress

    As an electrical engineer, you are an innovator in modern society. By emphasizing the right majors, you can specialize in the current and future challenges facing the industry.

    Sectors / Areas of Work:

      • Telecommunications
      • Automotive Industry
      • Mechanical Engineering and Plant Manufacturing
      • Food Industry
      • Chemical Industry
      • Medical and Microsystems Technology
      • Energy Industry
      • Aerospace Industry
      • Traffic Technology and Regulation
      • Engineering and Construction Offices
      • Software Companies

        Examples of Functions:

        • Research and Development
        • Planning and Project Management
        • Inspection and Quality Management
        • Sales and Marketing Management
        Application

        If you are interested in studying Electrical Engineering, you can send us your application online via the application portal.

        If you have any questions or need any clarification concerning your application, please do not hesitate to contact the person responsible.

        Contact
        Silke Wunsch
        Bonhoefferstraße 11
        Telephon: +49 6221 88-2538
        Silke.Wunsch@hochschule-heidelberg.de

        Questions? Contact us.

        Contact

        Silke Wunsch

        Organisation

        an der School of Engineering and Architecture,
        Prüfungsamt Bachelor / Betreuung Outgoings
        Room 207
        Bonhoefferstr. 11
        69123 Heidelberg
        Telephone +49 6221 88-2538 Send an e-mail

        Course Administrator

        Professor Christof Jonietz

        Prof. Dr. Christof Jonietz

        Professor

        an der School of Engineering and Architecture
        Studiengangsleiter Electrical Engineering B.Eng.
        Room 208b
        Bonhoefferstr. 11
        69123 Heidelberg
        Telephone +49 6221 88-1145 Send an e-mail

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