Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt

Sustainable Civil Enginееring

B.Eng. (Bachelor of Engineering)
Subjects: Electrical Engineering, Sustainability, Civil Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Industrial Management, Building and Construction, Applied Engineering
English only
Winter semester: 15 Jul
Summer semester: 15 Feb
Application Deadlines
3.5 Years (starting: Both semesters)
Tuition Fees (per semester)
Both semesters
Mode of admission:
without admission restriction 
directly at the University (incl. VPD from uni-assist) + Hochschulstart (DoSV)
Study mode:
On campus

Program Video

Duration:1 min

Studying sustainability at the Neuburg campus of TH Ingolstadt - for our future

Five Reasons to choose this Bachelor's Program

Become an expert in Sustainable Civil Engineering
This bachelor’s program offers students the one-of-a-kind opportunity to master the mathematical, scientific and computational tools to solve problems associated with the development and maintenance of a civil society.
Access amazing job opportunities
Engineers are valuable in today’s economy, being in high demand in Germany and all over the world. Therefore, graduates of this bachelor’s program enjoy excellent job prospects in sustainable and energy-efficient projects, regional and international companies, and even planning and management offices.
Gain professional experience through an internship
Students get to complete an internship at a regional partner company which allows them to gain the necessary insight into what professional life entails. Additionally, this experience provides a way of rounding off their studies in preparation for the bachelor’s thesis.
Take full advantage of the university`s partners and sponsors
The Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt is located in the beautiful city of Neuburg and maintains close connections with regional politics, business, and civil society. In teaching, research, and transfer, the university cooperate closely with more than 250 companies and municipal and civic institutions.
Learn to work with sustainable methods
Because the building sector contributes enormously to CO2 emissions, it is imperative to develop new paths for the future of engineering. With sustainable and alternative building materials, effective resource management, energy-efficient building design, digital methods and new structural approaches, there is enormous potential to reduce our ecological footprint and shape a better tomorrow.

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