Electrical Engineering (B.Eng.)

Course Content (brief description)

Whether for the aircraft technology, automotive engineering, mechanical engineering or the chemical industry – any product or branch is related to electrical engineering and electronics. In connection with automation technology, energy technology will be of great importance in the future since a secure, reliable, and environmentally friendly energy supply is one of the central pillars of the industrial society. Furthermore, the guarantee of a worldwide energy supply is becoming a great challenge in the future.

Electrical engineers need to be flexible in their professional position: While researchers, using scientific methods, elaborate technical principles at universities and academic institutes, major electrical companies, however, offer positions in research and development, design, production and quality management, or in plant project planning, software engineering, sales and service.

The Faculty of Electrical Engineering earned excellent marks in the renowned university ranking, conducted by the ZEIT, a German national weekly newspaper, and the Centre for Higher Education (CHE).

Application and Admission

Final Degree
Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
Double-degree opportunity in cooperation with Haute Ecole Spécialisee de Suisse occidentale HES-SO Sion, Switzerland: Bachelor of Science HES-SO en Génie mécanique (Mechanical Engineering)

Language of Instruction
German

Campus
Soest

Standard Duration of Studies (Number of Semesters
7 semesters fulltime

Start of Degree Programme
Winter semester(September)

Application Periods
Application periods and deadlines

Semester Fees
For further infromation, please see semester fees

Further information
Faculty of Electrical Engineering

Contact
Contact persons

Further Information in German:

Contact
South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences
Campus Soest
Faculty of Electrical Engineering

Lübecker Ring 2
59494 Soest
Building 4, Room 04.123

elektrotechnik-soest@fh-swf.de
Phone: +49 (0)2921 378 3400
Fax: +49 (0)2921 378 3409