Automotive Production Enginееring
- Summer semester
- Mode of admission:
- local admission restriction
- directly at the University
- Study mode:
- On campus
Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in production engineering, mechanical engineering, industrial engineering, planning or technology, mechatronics, automation technology, or equivalent.
Required ECTS credits: 210 (or equivalent to 7 semesters at a German university with a workload of 25-30 hours per ECTS).
Also specific experiences in production related topics are required and checked in an aptitude test on the basis of documents provided by the applicant (NO interview). Production experiences can be collected within suitable internships, professional jobs, a Bachelor's thesis, and other project work.
An application with a bachelor with 180 ECTS is still possible, but the evidence to compensate for the missing 30 ECTS must be provided by the end of the application period at the latest.
The missing 30 ECTS can be proven by:
- Practical work experience outside of the degree program, which corresponds in scope to the practical semester of a bachelor's degree program at the THI (i.e. at least 20 weeks full-time) and which corresponds in content to the qualification requirements of the respective master's degree program (e.g.: Marketing, Sales and Media: economics or media-oriented), or
- Proof of practical or theoretical study and examination achievements in addition to the first degree at a domestic or foreign university, which correspond in content and scope to the requirements of the qualification prerequisites of the respective master's degree program (e.g.: Marketing, Sales, and Media: economics or media-oriented).
Note: Please note that it must be clearly recognizable from the documents on the professional practical achievements or practical or theoretical achievements in addition to the first degree to the extent of 30 ECTS that it is a question of 30 ECTS acquired in addition to the bachelor's degree. If the achievements were made after completion of the bachelor's degree, no separate certificate is required in addition to the standard evidence such as a work certificate. If the services were rendered during the bachelor's program, the proof is provided, for example, by a certificate from the university stating that no credit was given for the ECTS / the internship in the respective bachelor's program. The work certificates should clearly indicate the weekly working hours. If this is not the case, additional evidence can also be uploaded (e.g. extract from the employment contraсt).
The average mark required and the waiting time for receiving a place are not decided in advance, but depending on the number of applicants and available capacitу.
The following certificates are recognised as proof of your language proficience.
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