STUDY ENGINEERING. FOR YOUR TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE.
Your engineering degree at IU International University of Applied Sciences will prepare you for a successful career in the technical field of all possible industries. In times of digitalisation and transformation, graduates of the Bachelor of Engineering are more than urgently needed.Therefore, you will learn the basics in the areas of the Internet of Things and cybersecurity. You will also learn about interdisciplinary approaches to system development (e.g. simulation technology, control engineering, signals and systems) and the inclusion of current developments in the state of the art (keyword: data-driven engineering). This means you are ready to help shape the future!
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You can complete your engineering bachelor's degree at IU as a 100% online distance learning programme. For maximum freedom and self-determined learning, you not only have an innovative mix of interactive teaching formats at your disposal. In addition, the IU distance learning programme offers you numerous other advantages.
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Why you should study engineering
Your degree programme is as flexible as you are - and it offers you a lot of advantages. With your Bachelor in Engineering, you can not only expand your specialist knowledge, but also develop yourself personally. You train your skills and can thus secure new career opportunities and promotion prospects in your professional life. This will help you climb the career ladder! Of course, your studies are also fun: You make new contacts, gain exciting experience and plan your future.
This is what your engineering studies at IU look like
At the beginning of your studies, you will learn the basics of engineering as well as sound knowledge in mathematics, physics and computer science. You will deal with current trends as well as central methodologies in the technical field. You will delve even deeper with modules such as digital systems, energy technology and computer science. You also want to learn practically? With projects like "System Simulation" you can! If you are particularly interested in certain areas, you can specialise in elective modules. You can choose from topics such as robotics, mechatronics or engineering management.
A look into the future: What you'll do after graduation
With your Bachelor's degree in Engineering, you'll be in high demand! Experts who combine engineering and IT knowledge can look forward to many well-paid career opportunities in various sectors such as electromobility and renewable energies. Your activities can look very different: For example, you work in consulting and implementing technical solutions. Concrete job titles that you can fill with your skills are Product Development Engineer, Cyber Security Engineer or Embedded Systems Developer.
The most important questions about studying Engineering
IU does not have a numerus clausus (NC). Studying without an NC is totally possible, because it is important to us that you choose the degree
You can study the Engineering Bachelor completely self-determined and 100% flexible. Thanks to the virtual learning format with interactive online lectures, your IU studies can be completed completely independent of time and place.
Yes, this is possible at IU. In addition to the entrance qualification in the form of an Abitur or Fachabitur, interested students without an Abitur also have the opportunity to enter our Bachelor's programme. You can study Engineering without an Abitur or a high school diploma if you have a master craftsman's certificate, have completed a further education course (such as an IHK Fachwirt) or have at least two years of vocational training and at least three years of subsequent work experience.
The Bachelor of Engineering has a duration of 36, 48 or 72 months, depending on which time model you choose. If you need more time and more semesters for your studies, it will not be a problem.
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