Contact & Service

Academic Program Director

Prof. Dr. Jochen Blaurock

Prof. Dr. Jochen Blaurock

  • Room HO 02-120
  • Phone: +49 221-8275-2890

Program Coordinator

Christiane Martin

  • Room ZW 3-27
  • Phone: +49 221-8275-2188

International Office of the Faculty

Yvette Gossel

Yvette Gossel

  • Room HO-02-106
  • Phone: +49 221-8275-4583

Automotive Engineering (Bachelor's program)

Ein Student arbeitet an einem Fahrzeug (Image: Thilo Schmülgen/FH Köln)

The Bachelor's program in Automotive Engineering places its focus on the entire automobile: Students gain extensive knowledge and skills relating to all important components and aspects of modern vehicles and learn about future trends of the automobile industry.

Equipped for the modern professional world

From the very beginning, many of the teaching contents are realized in project work and are developed in a team outside of large lecture halls: As much hands-on as possible instead of just dry theory.

The degree program provides a broad theoretical basis of fundamental engineering and vehicle technology knowledge coupled with a strong practical focus. This enables our graduates to independently apply and further develop scientific knowledge and methods in the field of automotive engineering in a practice-oriented manner.

Thinking outside the box

The eMotorsports Cologne Team and the FH Köln Motorsport e.V. offer opportunities to get actively involved across faculties and gain valuable experience outside of the university. The internship semester scheduled for the 6th semester provides insights into the everyday work of an engineer. Semesters abroad at one of the partner universities broaden the horizon and promote international exchange.

International degree-seeking or exchange students can find further information on the website of the International Office of the Faculty by clicking on the following link:  Information for Incomings.

A list of the offered courses and their English translations can be downloaded here: Course catalog for B.Eng. Automotive Engineering.

At a Glance

Category Description
Program Automotive Engineering 
Degree Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) 
Type of program Full-time program 
Beginning of program Winter semester 
Program duration 7 semesters (including internship semester) 
Credits 210 ECTS credits 
Language of instruction German 
Campus Deutz Campus 
Restricted admission No 

Start your studies well-informed

How can apply as an international degree-seeking student? Which level of German do I need? At what time do the lectures begin?

You can find all important information under For Students

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