Language of instruction: German

The Electrical Engineering and Information Technology programme teaches students to design technical systems and solve complex types of problem using scientific methods. The particular weighting given to computer science within the Electrical Engineering and Information Technology course provides you with the best prospects for the job market.

Programme structure

Small class sizes and close contact with the dedicated team of professors create a more personal atmosphere on the course. The numerous and interesting lab experiments provide you with practice-based learning which equips you with the knowledge you will need in the future. You perform all lab experiments first-hand, so you can consolidate the theoretical contents of the course and experience the fascination of technology directly. The project work, which involves you working on an application-based project with other students, enables you to familiarise yourself thoroughly with industrial working methods.

Programme contents and specialisation areas

In the 6th and 7th semesters, you choose two of the specialisation areas offered by the Department of Engineering, enabling you to specialise in the areas that interest you:

  • Production Technology
  • Information and Automation Technology
  • Drive Technology and Robotics
  • Microelectronic Applications
  • Microelectronic Systems and Design
  • Automotive Mechatronics
  • Microsystems Technology
  • Renewable Energy

Practical training

You will study in a new building complex on campus, which houses ultra-modern computer and laboratory equipment that guarantees a state-of-the-art education. A computer centre with high-performance connection to the science network is available to all students on the programme. During the work placement portion of the programme, you will have the chance to gain additional practical skills at a company of your choice. The various languages on offer at Aschaffenburg additionally prepare you for a world of work where globalisation and internationalisation have become critical factors. Aschaffenburg UAS has cooperation agreements with European and non-European universities which offer you the opportunity to gain experience abroad during your course of study.



For academic questions:
Prof. Dr Hinrich Mewes

For general questions:
Ms Windisch or Ms Stais