As a quantum technology engineer, you will be a specialist in a wide range of applications that demand unprecedented levels of precision and performance. Are you ready to initiate and support technological revolutions in society and industry? Enrol in our English-language Master’s programme in Quantum Technologies in Electrical and Computer Engineering and shape the future!
Local advantages and strong international name recognition
With this degree, you will be globally sought after. You will be studying under an excellent teaching staff at one of Germany’s top nine Universities of Technology (TU9). Thanks to the large number of major research institutions here, Braunschweig and its surrounding area are “Europe’s most research-intensive region by far” (according to Eurostat). Our closest cooperations are with the following partners:
National Metrology Institute (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, PTB)
German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt, DLR)
Various Fraunhofer Institutes.
In addition, we maintain close ties with many companies in the region, Germany and around the world.
A booster for studies and research: Quantum Valley Lower Saxony
As a student in Quantum Technologies in Electrical and Computer Engineering (QTEC) Master’s programme, you will benefit from the strength of the Quantum Valley Lower Saxony network. It was founded by the German Ministry for Research and Culture and the Volkswagen Foundation in cooperation with leading research institutions and companies, to pool expertise in quantum technologies for enhanced visibility both locally and internationally.
Information on the study programme
Admission requirements and application
You can apply for this Master’s programme if you have completed a Bachelor’s degree in a related field, e.g., electrical engineering, information technology or physics. You may also be admitted with a Bachelor’s degree in computer science if your studies to date have a suitable focus on the natural sciences and technology. As the programme is taught entirely in English, language skills at the C1 level are required. German language skills are not necessary. For detailed information on admission requirements, we ask that you read the programme’s admission regulations carefully before applying.