DIGITAL ENGINEERING STUDIES: PREPARED FOR THE FUTURE.
In times of Industry 4.0 and the relevance and necessity of digital systems, skilled workers are needed more than ever before. In your bachelor’s degree, you will be prepared for your future job in an interdisciplinary way. The knowledge imparted in the Engineering degree programme includes, among other things, sound fundamentals of Engineering and know-how in the field of Computer Science and Programming for Machines. In order to be able to work in the field of Digital Engineering in a future-oriented way, you will be trained in planning, developing and successfully applying software-supported systems for engineering disciplines during your studies at the IU International University of Applied Sciences (IU).
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You can study Digital Engineering as a dual degree programme. Here you can find out how your studies at the IU work and what your advantages are in the dual study model.
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Studies or work experience? Why not both?
You will study in person or virtually and learn how to put your knowledge into practice during your practical phases in a company. The perfect mix of theory and practical experience, tailored exactly to you and your needs.
* Information on accreditation and state approval can be found on the sub-page of the degree programme.
Why you should study Digital Engineering
As an academic, you have very high chances of working in better-paid positions, you are more secure and you are more flexible in planning your career. A degree provides you with skills that will prepare you for a successful career and give you better career opportunities. Sometimes, only a degree course can lead to a certain profession and it provides you with technical skills that are useful for your future profession. Apart from that, people with a degree are less affected by unemployment.
This is what your Digital Engineering studies at the IU look like
During your studies you will deal with topics in Computer Science and mathematical-scientific basics such as Physics and Mathematics. You acquire knowledge about Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering and deal with Materials Science, Statics and the Basics of Construction. With this, you are ideally prepared for your digital future in the industry.
A look towards the future: What will you do after your studies?
With your bachelor’s degree in Digital Engineering, you will be needed as a specialist in almost every industry, because the integration of internet-based, digitally-centred working methods is becoming increasingly important in the production of almost all areas. The demand for engineers who can combine their engineering know-how with IT skills is extremely high. Whether it is the aerospace industry, mechanical and plant engineering, the automotive sector or air conditioning and environmental technology - you decide the branch that suits you best.
The most important questions about studying Digital Engineering
A numerus clausus (NC) is not an issue at the IU, we allow studying without NC. We prefer to look together with you at where your strengths and talents lie, so that you can really study exactly what adds value to you and your environment. Accordingly, there is no NC with us. If you meet all the other requirements (see table and further FAQs), nothing can prevent you from making a successful start for your future.
You can study Digital Engineering at the following locations: Berlin, Dortmund, Düsseldorf und Frankfurt, Hamburg, München.
Yes, we also make that possible at the IU. In addition to the entrance qualification in form of an Abitur or Fachabitur, prospective students without an Abitur also have the opportunity to enter our bachelor’s programme. You can study Digital Engineering without an Abitur if you are a state-certified technician/business economist, have a master craftsman's certificate or have at least two years of vocational training and at least three years of professional experience.
Digital Engineering takes 36, 48 or 72 months, depending on the time model you choose. If you need more time and semesters for your studies, this is also absolutely no problem.
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