Vocational Education - Mechatronic

In the six-semester course, the students acquire skills that enable them to take on tasks in the areas of planning, organization and implementation of initial vocational education or continuing professional development. Upon graduation, the graduates are entitled to hold the academic degree of a Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.).

The focus of the course is on the one hand on the technical content with a focus on mechatronic applications, on the other hand in the areas of vocational education and occupational sciences. Specialist priorities can be set within the scope of the projects, which can be accentuated by electrical engineering or metal technology.

In terms of content, the course is designed in such a way that those graduates who are aiming for a higher university degree have further alternatives to an immediate entry into the profession.

The course can be started in the winter and summer semesters.

In the study database you will find detailed explanations of the course "Bachelor vocational education - mechatronics"

The course is offered in German only.

Modules areas:

The study program comprises:

  • - Science (90 cp)
  • - Projects (27 cp)
  • - Vocational Education / Occupational Sciences (39 cp)
  • - Bachelor thesis (15 cp)
  • - Elective area (9 cp)
You can find information on the rules and regulations of the bachelor’s study program “Vocational education[…]�? under https://www.itb.uni-bremen.de/ccm/navigation/studium/bachelor-berufliche-bildung/studierende/index.de.
Program advisors

Brigitte Schweckendieck
Phone: +49 (0)421 218-66301

Central Examinations Office

Martina Peters
Phone: +49 (0)421 218-64994
Admission requirements:: post-secondary general or subject-related university entrance qualification (e.g. Abitur).

Applications via: www.uni-bremen.de/studienplatz

Closing date for applications/enrolment of incoming students is January 1 for the summer semester and July 15 for the winter semester


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