Study Aerospace Engineering in Germany: 9 Universities with 12 English Degree Programs

All important info for international students in Germany (2020/2021)

Updated: 10-26-2020 | Reading Time: 5 minutes

Pursuing your Master’s studies in Aerospace Engineering at a German university can be a great door opener for your career, in Germany or elsewhere. One great advantage the degree programs in this field of study offer, is that they work in close contact with leading players in the aerospace industry. If you study one of the programs offered in Berlin, for example, you will be in the center of the Berlin-Brandenburg region of space research and private industry players. Did you know that the Technical University of Berlin is the university with the most satellites in orbit worldwide? In one of the programs offered in Bremen, you will be close to Germany’s second biggest Airbus location. This provides excellent opportunities for internships throughout your studies.

With our StudyFinder, finding the perfect choice for you to study Aerospace Engineering in English at a German university isn’t Rocket Science!

Overview

12

Study Programs in English

9

Universities

4

Universities in International Rankings

Tuition Fees

Minimum:

0,- € (6 programs for EU citizens/Non-EU)

Maximum:

7,200 € per semester (1 program for EU citizens/Non-EU)

Application Deadline

Winter Semester

between February 15 and July 15

Summer Semester

between April 30 and July 15

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Top-ranked German Universities in Aerospace Engineering

#43Times Higher Education Ranking
Technical University of Munich

public Technical University

No. of Students: approx.41,000 students

Program Fees: 0,- € - 6,207 € (per semester)

Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) #57, QS World University Rankings #61

Tuition fees

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6
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1
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Application & Admission

Application Deadlines

Winter Semester 2020/2021

Summer Semester 2021

Open Programs

No Programs open for application

2 Programs open for application

Application Requirements

Master’s degrees in Aerospace Engineering typically admit students who hold an academic degree in a related subject such as Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Aviation Studies, Physics or other related subjects. For most programs, entrance tests or interviews are not part of the admission process, students must simply submit required documents (your first degree certificate, a transcript of records). These typically include your CV, a letter of motivation and sometimes letters of reference. Additionally, you will have to prove your English language ability with a language certificate.

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Application Modes

Application Modes

0% national admission restriction (national NC)
58.3% local admission restriction (local NC)
25% no admission restriction
16.7% no information provided

Application Process

Application Process

75% directly at University
25% via Uni-Assist

Language Requirements

IELTS Band

TOEFL Scores

Cambridge Levels

Minimum

6 (2 programs)

Minimum

80 (2 programs)

Minimum

0 (7 programs)

Maximum

6.5 (6 programs)

Maximum

92 (1 program)

Maximum

0 (7 programs)

IELTS Band

Minimum

6 (2 programs)

Maximum

6.5 (6 programs)

TOEFL Scores

Minimum

80 (2 programs)

Maximum

92 (1 program)

Cambridge Levels

Minimum

0 (7 programs)

Maximum

0 (7 programs)

Program Features

2-4 semesters

Duration
Online Courses
degree typesDegree Types

Master of Engineering

Master of Science

Beginning

Winter intake

66.7%

Summer intake

8.3%

Winter & Summer intake

25%

List of all German Universities offering English-taught Study Programs in Aerospace Engineering

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Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg

public Technical University · No. of Students: 7,300

Program Fees: 865 €

M.A. (Master of Arts)

M.Sc. (Master of Science)

B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science)

Bremen University of Applied Sciences

public University of applied sciences · No. of Students: 8,600

Program Fees: 4,250 €

M.A. (Master of Arts)

MBA (Master of Business Administration)

M.Eng. (Master of Engineering)

M.Sc. (Master of Science)

B.A. (Bachelor of Arts)

B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science)

FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences

public University of applied sciences · No. of Students: 14,000

Program Fees: 0,- €

M.Sc. (Master of Science)

B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science)

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

public Technical University · No. of Students: 24,000

Program Fees: 0,- €

M.Sc. (Master of Science)

B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science)

Private University of Applied Sciences Göttingen (PFH)

private (state-approved) University of applied sciences · No. of Students: 3,400

Program Fees: 7,200 €

M.Sc. (Master of Science)

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