Benefits that await you

  • Practice-oriented course of studies 
  • Close contact with industry
    • Part-time teachers
    • Real projects and internships led by industry students during the 4th to 6th semester
  • Study abroad at one of our partner universities - Increases your career opportunities
  • Consecutive Master's degree possible
  • Become part of our network of international alumni
    • Lifelong contacts with your international colleagues
    • Electrical engineering becomes your home for life, with lifelong friendships

Study Topics

  • Basics of electrical engineering and mechanical engineering
  • Electrical apparatus, machines and drives
  • Electrical systems for energy transport and distribution
  • Modern electrical systems, including smart grid technology
  • High voltage engineering
  • Power electronics and electric drives, e.g. for electric mobility
  • Control engineering

Practice and research

The students spend about 50 % of their teaching time in laboratories and practical exercises and are thus prepared for the hands-on application of their acquired theoretical knowledge. In addition, close cooperation with local industry enables our students to gain experience on the job during their project work and the mandatory internship.   

Students are also invited to participate in the R&D activities of the FH in the form of student projects or as research assistants. Electrical storage systems, PV systems, e-mobility, power electronics, high-voltage and high-current technology, switchgear and lightning protection are some examples of areas of particular interest.

Impulse System - High Voltage Lab ACDC System - High Voltage Lab High Current Unit - High Voltage Lab