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Ravensburg-Weingarten University of Applied Sciences

Physical Enginееring

B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science)
Subjects: Electrical Engineering, Astronomy, Materials Science, Industrial Engineering, Robotics, Mechanical Engineering, Applied Engineering, Physical Engineering, Mechatronics, Systems Engineering, Physics
B.Sc.
Degree
210
ECTS
25
No. of places
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English & German
Language
Summer semester: 15 Nov
Application Deadlines
3.5 Years (starting: Summer semester)
Duration
Free / € 1500
Tuition Fees (per semester)
Starting
Summer semester
Mode of admission:
local admission restriction 
Application:
directly at the University
Study mode:
On campus

Program Video


Duration:1 min

RWU - Physical Engineering

Five Reasons to choose this Bachelor's Program


Become a developer and an inventor
During this bachelor’s program, students develop their knowledge in laboratories, get acquainted with the latest scientific experiments and research projects, and acquire hands-on experience through practical work, making them excellent candidates for development departments or research institutes.
Thrive working in stimulating industries
Graduates of this bachelor's program usually work in mechanical and plant engineering, the optics, automotive, and aerospace industries, software companies, medical technology, environmental protection, and development of renewable energies, among others.
Work closely with global players in the south of Germany
The university is not only located in Weingarten, a charming town located in the beautiful region of Baden-Württemberg, but also maintains close cooperations with neighboring industry names such as Airbus, Continental, MTU, Vetter and ZF.
Be part of a bilingual study program
Students benefit from the international and bilingual environment of this program. They study the first three semesters entirely in English and receive free German language courses that prepare them for learning in German for their last four semesters.
Shape the future in the era of change
By taking application-oriented courses, graduates learn how to implement ideas, develop prototypes and equipment for the industry and science as well as how to take on challenging leadership roles.

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