Electrical Engineering is a diverse engineering science, which focuses on research, development, but also production of electrical devices and equipment. From the smallest PC chip to the largest power station transformer – Electrical Engineering is the anchor that makes technical progress possible. Without Electrical Engineering there would not be electricity in households, neither would a mobile phone or a plane work. Especially in the innovative areas of Electrical Engineering, there will be future developments that cannot be imagined today. This is the reason studying Electrical Engineering is known as one of the most demanding studies in Germany. But it’s all worth it – as an electrical engineer you have career prospects in diverse fields with an above average salary.
Academic Degree Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
Standard period of study / scope of work 7 semesters / 210 ECTS credits (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System)
Admission requirements General university entrance qualification, subject-related university entrance qualification, university of applied sciences entrance qualification or equivalent recognized qualification
Preliminary internship not required
Application period Applications can be made immediatelyby e-mail or post (online from April 15, 2022). The program can be started in the winter semester.
Admission restriction no
Applications are possible as of nowby e-mail or post (online as of April 15, 2022).
Just as varied as the different areas of electrical engineering are the career prospects after an electrical engineering degree. As an electrical engineer, you can work in the following areas, among others:
- Research and development
- Automotive industry
- Plant project planning
- Energy supply
- Operation and maintenance
- Manufacturing and production
- Monitoring and inspection
- Consulting and teaching
Regardless of the specialty chosen, electrical engineers are always in demand. Thus, it is actually possible to choose among several offers depending on the preferred specialization and on the preferred location. The starting salaries achieved by young electrical engineers (on average €3,600 gross per month) are also impressive and well above the average for other fields of study. Such excellent opportunities for electrical engineers are not only available in Germany, but worldwide. Not many other fields can offer such career prospects.
To study electrical engineering (B.Eng.) at Nordhausen University of Applied Sciences, you need ageneral university entrance qualification,subject-specific university entrance qualification,university of applied sciencesentrance qualification or an equivalent recognized qualification.
If you have technical understanding,analytical thinking and a certain degree of creativity, enjoy working withmathematics andphysics and would like to expand yourscientific knowledge, you have a good foundation for studying electrical engineering.
Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
Duration of study/ Credits
7 semesters / 210 ECTS-Credits (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System)
General higher education entrance qualification, subject-linked university entrance qualification, university of applied sciences entrance qualification or recognised equivalent qualification
Internship prior to enrolment
The application period for this degree course runs from May 15th to September 30th. The course can be started every winter semester.
Applications are again possible from April 15, 2021.