Sustainable Power Systems and Electromobility (Bachelor)

elenia Institut für Hochspannungstechnik und Energiesysteme

Key Data

Degree Bachelor of Science
Standard duration of study 6 semesters
Language of Instruction German
Start of programme winter and summer semester
Admission free admission

How do we achieve climate neutrality by 2045? What will sustainable energy systems and mobility of the future look like? We can only make progress in the development of energy systems and electromobility—involving photovoltaics, wind energy, batteries, hydrogen electrolysers and fuel cells—by thinking beyond the boundaries of individual disciplines. In the degree programme Sustainable Power Systems and Electromobility, you will learn the necessary basics of physics, chemistry, electrical engineering and other engineering sciences. In addition to individual technologies at a component level, you will also learn about cross-sector system modelling and holistic technology assessment. Studying at TU Braunschweig means you will have excellent career opportunities. On our way to climate neutrality, you will actively participate in the transformation of energy, heating and transport systems.


What is special about TU Braunschweig?

A high international reputation

With your degree, you are in demand both in Germany and abroad. You will study under very good supervision at one of the best faculties in Germany, as university rankings have attested time and again. Studying Sustainable Power Systems and Electromobility at TU Braunschweig means hands-on, practical learning at a renowned institution with a high international profile.

TU Braunschweig’s environment contributes to the favourable framework conditions: thanks to a large number of major research institutions, Braunschweig is considered a city of research and science! In addition to working closely with the following TU research centres:

  • Automotive Research Centre Niedersachsen (NFF),

  • Aeronautics Research Centre Niedersachsen (NFL)

and our cooperation with these local large-scale research institutions:

  • German Aerospace Center (DLR) as well as

  • Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB), National Metrology Institute

there is intensive cooperation with vehicle and component manufacturers as well as network operators in the region, in Germany and abroad.

Information on the study programme

Admission requirements and application

You will need a formal university entrance qualification to apply for the programme. If you do not have the German Abitur, you can check our Summary [in German only] to find out which degree programmes are available to you depending on your educational background.


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