Career prospects

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Graduates of the electrical engineering program have a wide range of options when it comes to choosing a career. Engineers are in greater demand today than ever before. Electrical engineering plays a significant role in virtually all technical fields. Communication systems, digital technology, automated production, power supply systems, and the generation and distribution of renewable energy are just a few examples. The range of occupational fields is broad and includes work in large-scale industry as well as in medium-sized companies, engineering offices, public companies, administrations or research institutions. Thanks to their engineering skills, graduates are also qualified for management tasks.

The engineering aptitude test

The "think ING." website is an initiative for the next generation of engineers by the German Confederation of Metal and Electrical Industry Employers' Associations. In addition to comprehensive information on the engineering profession, there is also a recommended engineering aptitude test "Check your ING potential" with a detailed evaluation.

The engineering aptitude test: Forward

Can you do more?

Bachelor's graduates can then pursue the path to professional practice or deepen their scientific qualification through a master's program. The master's program (four semesters) ends with the degree of Master of Science (M.Sc.) and gives graduates the opportunity to pursue a doctorate. Both the Bachelor's and the Master's program can be started in the winter or summer semester.

Can you do more?: to the information page Electrical Engineering Master