Automotive Engineering (Master‘s program)

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In this day and age, the conception, development and manufacturing of modern vehicles involves a myriad of aspects: Besides functional and cost-oriented component and aggregate design, factors such as vehicle safety, conservation of resources or changes in people's mobility patterns are gaining increasing importance.

International or exchange students can find further information in the English version of the Faculty´s website 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 M.Sc. Automotive Engineering.

Further information on the Master's program in Automotive Engineering is available in German: Automotive Engineering (Master).

At a Glance

Category Description
Program Automotive Engineering 
Degree Master of Science (M.Sc.) 
Type of program Full-time program 
Beginning of program Summer semester or winter semester 
Program duration 3 semesters 
Credits 90 ECTS credits 
Language of instruction German 
Campus Deutz Campus 
Restricted admission Yes