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RWTH Aachen: Produktionstechnik

Environmental Engineering

The interdisciplinary master’s programme in Environmental Engineering offers you the possibility to develop engineering solutions for environment related challenges of the futures. Whether sustainable building, water management, process engineering, or recycling - you will have the chance to fine-tune your methodological knowledge and your ecological power of judgment and to further expand your technical understanding.

TU Berlin Fakultät Verkehrs- und Maschinensysteme
TU Berlin: Physikalische Ingenieurwissenschaft

Physical Engineering

Due to its mathematical and physical orientation, the master's program Physical Engineering prepares you for a career in research and development departments of companies and other entities. The strong emphasis on the mathematical and physical principles and the application of analytical, numerical and experimental methods to concrete, practice-oriented engineering tasks enable you to flexibly adapt to new problems and to look at them in a holistic way.

TU Braunschweig: Master Computational Sciences in Engineering (CSE)

Computational Sciences in Engineering

The need of industrial research and development offices for graduates with special knowledge in the area of Computational Sciences in Engineering (CSE) is growing considerably. In order to meet this demand, TU Braunschweig established the internationally-oriented, bilingual and interdisciplinary Master of Science programme CSE.

Fachbereich Maschinenbau
TU Darmstadt: Mechanical and Process Engineering

Biomolecular Engineering (BME)

Biomolecular engineering is closely related to Molecular Biotechnology. It enables the development of innovative products and processes, ranging from tailor-made enzymes for use in biotechnology to new biomolecule- based diagnostics and drugs.

TU Dresden: International Masters in Molecular Bioengineering

Media Computer Science

The master's degree course in Media Computer Science seeks to communicate the scientific knowledge in the field of media and computer science and to demonstrate specific applications of the field. The market of multimedia application systems develops dynamically and provides integrative and interdisciplinary projects in research and industry. Graduates of Media Computer Science are  trained perfectly for working on these projects.

Fachgruppe Landschaft
Universität Hannover: Master Landschaftsarchitektur und Master Umweltplanung

Architecture and Urban Design

Environmentally sound structures for living, working and leisure-time activities, as well as respect for natural resources are at the centre of the master’s programme in architecture and urban design. The aim is to train forward-thinking and self-confident planners. The master’s programme provides the opportunity to choose individual specializations while reinforcing skills acquired e.g. during a bachelor’s programme in architecture, landscape architecture or urban design.

KIT Fakultät Informatik
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie: Informatik

Computer Science

Computer Science forms a part of almost all aspects of our lives - from cars, planes and mobile phones to domestic appliances and, of course, computers and the internet. IT systems influence a variety of processes, e.g. in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, traffic, media and communication fields.

KIT's master's programme in Computer Science has a modular structure and thus offers students to organize the curriculum according to their own interests.

TUM Fakultät Informatik
TU München: Automotive Software Engineering

Automotive Software Engineering

The research- and application-oriented master's programme Automotive Software Engineering involves a subject-specific specialization in the application field of automotive technology where topics like computer science, mechatronics, electrical and information technology and economics are linked. As a result, programming languages, modeling techniques, tools and processes can be treated in depth and put in practice.

Universität Stuttgart: Computational Mechanics of Materials and Structures

Engineering Cybernetics

Technical Cybernetics is an interdisciplinary science on the interface between engineering and natural sciences. This makes it so interesting - and so indispensable. During the course of study you deal with the development and application of methods for analyzing the behavior of complex systems on the one hand and on the other hand with the synthesis of strategies to the targeted modulation of these systems.