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  • Electrical Engineering and Information Engineering, Department

    Studiengang Elektrotechnik

    • Schaevenstraße 1a-b
    • D-50676 Köln
    • Phone: +49 221 203 020
  • Detailed information on examined courses:


    Further degree courses of the Department [?]

    Total main subject students [?] 715
    Teaching Professors [?]

    Foreign guest lecturers [?] 0
    Outgoing guest professors [?] 0

    Third party funds per professor [?] 17,4
    Reputation for academic studies and teaching [?]
  • Electrical Engineering and Information Engineering


    Graduations in appropriate time [?] 97,3 %
    Graduations in appropriate time Master [?] 82,0 %
    Employability Rating for Bachelor's [?] 27,4  / 45 points
    Employability Rating for Master's [?] 21,4  / 45 Points
    International orientation [?]
    International orientation master [?]
    Credits for laboratory practicals [?] 14,0

    Teacher support [?]
    E-Learning [?]
    Teaching evaluation [?]
    Contact to students [?]
    Courses offered [?]
    Study organisation [?]
    Job market preparation [?]
    Support during practical semester [?]
    Support for stays abroad [?]
    Rooms [?]
    Library [?]
    IT-infrastructure [?]
    Laboratories [?]
    Overall study situation [?]
      • Special features regarding teaching
        We are characterised by a wide variety of modules, practical relevance and close contact between teachers and students. Teaching takes place in small groups. We have modern and well-equipped labs. Every student is guaranteed a laboratory place. A well-organised examination system allows a large number of students to graduate within the standard period of study.
      • Special features regarding fresher support
        The newly enrolled students are supervised both centrally and locally. Central guidance is provided by the student service, social service and the admissions department. Decentralised guidance is provided by the course coordinator. The course coordinator introduces the newly enrolled students to all topics of the course and is available to discuss questions and concerns at any time.
      • Special features regarding Research and Development:
        The course of study is active in the research project "Optical fibre for hybrid sensor systems". It also contributes significantly to the establishment and active use of the school student laboratory "ing. process" as part of the "ZDI - Zukunft durch Inno
      • Special features regarding the equipment
        We have modern and well equipped lecture theatres and laboratories housed in a newly constructed training building, which commenced operations in the winter semester 2011/12. As part of this investment, laboratory experiments were completely overhauled and updated to the state of the art in terms of technology and methodology. In a modern teaching factory, all components of process and manufacturing automation can be studied and tested. The laboratories are also available for various research activities.

Optical, quantum optical, atomic, molecular and plasma physics
Solid-state and materials physics
Astrophysics and astronomy
Surface physics and nanostructures
Particle physics
Statistical, chemical and polymer physics, biophysics, nonlinear dynamics
Legend: (S)=Students judgements; (F)=Facts; (P)=Professors judgements
(E&I)= Electrical Engineering and Information Engineering (I)= very interdisciplinary and thus not classified
As the ranking is done for the whole subject area, for the single "sub-subjects" it can happen that not all rank groups are represented in all criteria.
Last update 2013: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.