E-MobilityPlus (B.Eng.) - Cooperation study model with craft certificate
Cooperative study programme with craft certificate
Help to design the mobility of the future! Our »E-MobilityPlus« cooperative study programme focuses on providing students with a good grounding in electrical engineering and electronics, enhanced with practical phases and specialisations in the field of electromobility. The cooperative study programme combines academic study and the IHK craft certificate and is thus a »smart« twin pack.
The high level of industrial relevance and significant periods of practical work are a special highlight of this study model. You will work in a company and receive commensurate trainee pay for the complete duration of your programme. You are thus financially secure and have excellent prospects to gain a good foothold on the career ladder when you have completed your studies.
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Degree programme leaflet
Facts and Figures - at a glance
|Degree awarded||Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)|
|Faculty||Mechatronics and Electrical Engineering|
|Number of semesters||10|
|Language of instruction||german|
|Information on admission requirements|
To be admitted to the E-MobilityPlus programme, applicants must also be accepted by a partner company.
Students who wish to be accepted on the E-MobilityPlus programme must apply to one of our partner companies for a place on the programme and an apprenticeship.
Your training company, the vocational college and Esslingen University of Applied Sciences work hand-in-hand in this study model. You are thus able to complete the first part of your studies and obtain the IHK craft certificate in mechatronics after 2 1/2 years, and after a further 2 1/2 years you obtain your »Bachelor of Engineering« degree. Our industrial partners are renowned companies located in and around Stuttgart, one of the main centres of the German automotive industry. This allows you to forge important links to other companies via the other students on your course and create your own network while you are still studying.
Technical specialist or manager:
- in the automotive industry or at one of its suppliers
- at research institutions