AUTONOMOUS DRIVING, NETWORKED VEHICLES, E-MOBILITY AND INTELLIGENT MOBILITY CONCEPTS ARE BECOMING INCREASINGLY IMPORTANT IN THE AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY.
The Faculty of Automotive Engineering is collaborating closely with the automobile industry for its new Automotive Systems degree programme with the aim of training competent, teamwork-oriented engineers. The Automotive Systems degree programme teaches students not only the theoretical foundations but also focuses on practically relevant and application-oriented topics, especially electronic vehicle control systems and the increasing vehicle electrification and digitalisation.
Particularly advantageous here is the close proximity to leading companies in the automotive industry, such as Audi, Daimler, Bosch and Porsche.
Apart from equipping students with particularly relevant specialist knowledge a further aim is to enhance their employability, and methodological competences and social skills play an important role as indispensable requirements enabling students to work as successful engineers.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Norbert Schreier
Degree programme leaflet
Automotive Systems (B.Eng.)