Different fields – one goal
Technological change and a sustainable future are inseparably linked. The areas of individual and collective mobility, development and manufacturing of products, and efficient material conversion and energy supply require sustainable alternatives as well as methods and knowledge for their technical implementation. International thinking and acting is necessary to realize effective and sustainable technical solutions in the globalized economy.
Become one of us
We want you! Nonetheless, there are some requirements in order to be accepted as a student of Sustainable Engineering. In particular, the international orientation of Sustainable Engineering requests evidence about your language skills in German and English.
- Required language skills in German:
German Abitur, completed 2-years of school education in German, German as school subject in the last 8 years or successful completion of the DSH 1, Test-DaF 4x3 or a comparable test
- Required language skills in English:
University entrance qualification in an English-speaking country, completed 2-years of school education in English language, English as school subject in the last 8 years or successful completion of an internationally-recognized test.
If your German language skills do not meet these requirements, you may still be admitted if you can prove at least basic knowledge (A1 level). In that case, you can take German classes as part of your studies, and need to fulfill the language requirements until the end of the 3rd semester.