Ravensburg-Weingarten University of Applied Sciences

Electrical Engineering and Information Technolοgу

B.Eng. (Bachelor of Engineering)
Subjects: Electrical Engineering, Information Engineering, Information Technology (IT), Mathematics, Mathematical Physics, Robotics, Information Management, Information Systems, Computer Engineering, Advanced Computational Engineering, Computer Architecture, Operating Systems, Embedded Systems, Computer Science, Applied Computer Science, Computing, Computer Simulation, Computer Network & Communication, Energy & Power Engineering
No. of places
English & German
Summer semester: 15 Nov
Application Deadlines
3.5 Years (starting: Summer semester)
Free / € 1500
Tuition Fees (per semester)
Summer semester
Mode of admission:
local admission restriction 
directly at the University
Study mode:
On campus

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Five Reasons to choose this Bachelor's Program

Combine Electrical Engineering & Information Technology
This Bachelor's program provides students with a unique opportunity to gain solid interdisciplinary knowledge in the broader fields of electrical engineering and IT. In other words, through this program, students have a chance to make the first steps towards the goal of becoming the leaders of the future.
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Choose specialization path
Students pursuing a B.Eng. in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology have the distinctive option to select a specialization track starting from the fourth semester. Specifically, they can decide between two academic pathways: Communication Technology or Automation Engineering.
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Diversify your curriculum
This study program offers the flexibility to select elective courses, enabling students to diversify and enhance their learning experience. They can opt for modules across various specializations, including automation and communication, covering all aspects of electrical engineering and informatics. Additionally, they have the option to take electives from other universities' offerings.
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Do an internship
Students can gain valuable hands-on experience through a practical semester. As a part of the curriculum, they undertake internship at nearby or nationwide industrial companies, independently working on real-world electrical engineering tasks, which enhances their practical knowledge.
Be part of a bilingual study program
Students benefit from the international and bilingual environment of this program. They study the first four semesters entirely in English and receive free German language courses that prepare them for learning in German for their last three semesters.
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