|Degree||Bachelor of Science|
|Standar duration of study||6 semesters|
|Language of instruction||German|
|Start of programme||winter semester|
|Admission||free admission (pre-study internship)|
The entire transport system in view: Mobility and transport are an essential driver of growth and employment in our highly specialised economy.
As a mass phenomenon, however, transport creates considerable problems that can only be overcome with innovative methods and techniques.
Transportation Engineering deals with the technology and organisation of various transport systems. How do people and goods get from A to B quickly, energy-efficiently, environmentally friendly and safely? Since there is unlikely to be less traffic on motorways, train and air routes in the future, traffic engineers are in great demand.
Interdisciplinary qualifications are required for the development of future-oriented mobility concepts and traffic planning: knowledge from the fields of civil engineering, mechanical engineering, communication technology and economics are the basis.
Studying at TU Braunschweig offers you an interdisciplinary Bachelor's degree programme with the best framework conditions. Braunschweig is considered a region of transport expertise. Companies in automotive engineering and railway engineering are located here, as are aerospace research centres such as the Federal Aviation Authority, the German Aerospace Centre or the research airport.
In most cases, your university entrance qualification is the German Abitur, but there are also other degrees with which you can study at TU Braunschweig.
In order to begin your studies in the Bachelor's degree program in Transportation Engineering, you must also have completed a pre-study internship before beginning your studies.