Esslingen runs challenging, dynamic and career-building master's programs taught entirely in English
At the Graduate School, students choose between one of the following courses:
|M.Eng. in Design and Development in Automotive and Mechanical Engineering|
We are looking forward to a fun orientation in September with our new students from all over the world!
Apply to one of the oldest established Graduate Schools in Germany!
- Small class sizes
- Internationally diverse student body
- Guest lecturers from industrial partners
- Visiting professors from international partner universities
- Premium member of DAAD
- Highly ranked in the Zeit Study Guide
- Low tuition fees; thanks to German government subsidies
- Close ties to major global corporations such as Audi, Behr, Bosch, Daimler, Porsche and Festo
With this honour, our gifted student from New Zealand also wins an award of 1000 euros for her outstanding academic achievements and her social intelligence.
Ecological public transport was brought a step further by pilot project Fahrrad2Go (Bike2Go), initiated by the Rems-Murr county and the OVR bus company, in cooperation with Esslingen University of Applied Sciences.
On 7 May, our students from the Near East and North Africa hosted an interesting and informative evening in Esslingen
An impromptu encounter with Valéry Giscard d'Estaing deeply impressed members of the Esslingen PLACIS Team.
Soon to be seen in the streets of Esslingen is the Electro-Hybrid Bus, an innovative project in development over the past four years, with the involvement of students of the Esslingen Graduate School master’s program in...
Staff and teachers got to lean back last Friday and be entertained: our students put on what is perhaps the most creative afternoon of the year: the German party.
Graduate School students, professors and staff gathered together last Thursday afternoon for the annual GS summer party.
On Thursday 13 June, Professor Maija Haaramo from Tampere University in Finland will visit Esslingen to lecture on "Leadership in Finland"
Heide Elberth organises German conversation and culture meetings in Esslingen above and beyond anything official: Heide gives students a small community where they can be at home amongst friends.