- Start Dates
- Winter Semester: September
- Summer Semester: March
- Both semesters
- Mode of admission:
- without admission restriction
- Study mode:
- On campus
- Registration Fee & Tuition Information:
- Semester contribution €343.54
Six Reasons to choose this Bachelor's Program
The B.Sc. in Information Engineering is aimed at international students who are interested in technical systems, enjoy solving mathematical problems, like programming and creating software solutions, and want to understand the electronics of tomorrow’s technology. You should also have the passion to tackle and solve complex tasks and be an independent thinker.
Special Program Features
International program in English
The B.Sc. Information Engineering degree attracts students from all around the world, making the lectures and labs places for an international exchange of ideas.
Theory and practice
A large part of the curriculum is dedicated to practical experience in the form of lab work, student projects, and a semester in industry.
Central university city campus
Berliner Tor is the main university campus and has green areas to relax in between classes. It is also five minutes away from Alster Lake.
The Accreditation Agency for Study Programs in Engineering Sciences, Computer Sciences, Natural Sciences and Mathematics is a non-profit association located in Düsseldorf that works nationally and internationally for recognition, comparability and quality control (accreditation) of Bachelor's and Master's programs.
The application requirements for the study program in “Information Engineering” are:
To study at the Bachelor‘s level in Germany, international students must have a qualification that is equivalent to a German university entrance certificate (Hochschulreife) such as:
- German Fachhochschulreife
- Allgemeine Hochschulreife (Abitur)
- Fachgebundene Hochschulreife or
- Equivalent school leaving certificates.
Foreign applicants should clarify admission requirements, courses of studies, and acceptance of foreign reports and certificates well in advance of coming to Germany, ideally as early as eight months to one year before the intended start of the degree program. To find out if you have the right qualifications, please apply via uni-assist.
The following certificates are recognised as proof of your language proficience.
Application & Admission
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(starting in March)
Application Procedure & Selection
€ 75 for the first application, € 30 for each additional
To apply for the Bachelor's program in Information Engineering, please follow the online application process.
In order to study at HAW Hamburg, you need to have an academic qualification that is comparable to the German Abitur or Fachhochschulreife. This is your higher education entrance qualification.
Unfortunately, HAW Hamburg cannot check your certificates and tell you if they will enable you to begin a Bachelor's degree course at HAW Hamburg. The organization uni-assist carries out this assessment and generates the so-called 'preliminary review documentation' or VPD. You submit this with your application.
Applicants who completed their education outside of the EU must include the uni-assist preliminary review documentation (VPD) to their application.
The VPD is a check of how your documents compare to the equivalents in the German system.
Send officially certified copies of your certificates to uni-assist at least 6 weeks before the application deadline.
Curriculum vitae in tabular form
Seojeong comes from South Korea and is studying in her senior year in the Information Engineering Bachelor's degree program. We asked her why she chose to study in Hamburg and why Information Engineering. She also talks about her favorite subjects and what she likes about Hamburg. You can read about it here.
I love the combination of electrical engineering and computer science in the information engineering program. By combining both of these areas you are maximizing the potential areas of employment, which is pretty cool. You can read more about it here.
Why did you decide to study in Germany? Germany is rated 3rd behind the USA and UK as the favorite destination for international students. German education is free as opposed to the other two countries listed above. So for me, it was a no brainer, Germany was the place to study. You can read more about it here.
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