|Graduation||Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)|
|Study duration||7 semesters|
|Number of places available||winter semester: 15|
|Particularities||Foundation Course in English,|
German language courses are included,
Advanced Studies in German
|Application deadline ||for the winter semester|
15 May, EU-applicants: 15 July
| Admission requirements |
for international applicants
for German applicants
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Power Engineering and Renewable Energies (EBE)
At a glance
Professor Simon Effler
Coordinator - John Clear
Questions on applying or studying
Department E Secretary
Silke Förstermann (Secretary)
Reliable energy supply is vital
In everyday life we expect sufficient electricity whenever we want it. We take it for granted that our household appliances, lights and heating function.
For the economy reliable energy supply is vital, though the environment should not be disregarded. Energy generation, transfer and distribution should be conducted in a resource-conserving manner.
Career fields and opportunities
Important future areas of operation in power engineering will be developed in electromobility and research.
Our graduates, whether Bachelor or Master, have excellent career prospects in fascinating and developing fields of work, which will be important for our future.
Our students can expect a multifaceted study programme. They acquire knowledge and skills in:
- economical handling of energy through efficient energy management
- the field of renewable energies
- classic energy engineering fields such as high voltage technology and electric motors.
Graduates find work in:
- energy generation in power plants
- research for energy storage options
- provision of renewable energy systems
- grid operations
- development of drives, especially for e-mobility
Benefits for international students
As the programme starts in English, many international applicants who do not have good German skills can start their engineering studies on this programme.
German training is a vital component of the curriculum, not just during but also between the semesters in the form of three-week intensive courses. A three-week intensive language and culture programme directly before the start of the first semester provides a valuable start to learning German and helps new international students settle in. Students study towards passing the DSH (Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang ausländischer Studienbewerber)
Benefits for German students
English competence is a much sought after skill in the engineering sector, and German students can gain vital experience by studying in English for their first year. German native speakers need to choose a technical English and another non-engineering elective.
|1st + 2nd semesters||Fundamentals |
Maths, Physics, Computing, Electrical Engineering, Language
German (for international students) or
English (for German students)
|3rd + 4th|
Measurement and Controls, Electrical Engineering, Electric Machines and Grids, Renewable Energies
| 5th semester ||Internship |
|6th + 7th semester||Specialization in Electrical Engineering|
Electric Machines and Drives, Power Electronics, High Voltage Technology and Grids, Renewable Energies
All individual subjects can be found in Rule Curriculum
Studying at Hochschule Mannheim
- The programme is characterized by high practical relevance and offers an insight into research and development.
- The University’s extensive experience of training engineers is highly respected in industry, offering graduates numerous and lucrative job opportunities.
- Small class sizes mean close collaboration between fellow students, professors and other staff.
- gain relevant practical experience through laboratory classes, study projects and industrial internships
- establish useful links with successful companies through their internship, sometimes resulting in job offers following graduation
- quickly find a job in industry thanks to the professional relevance of their studies