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Industrial Engineering, Department
Fakultät für Architektur und Bauingenieurwesen
- Pauluskirchstraße 7
- 42119 Wuppertal
- Phone: +49 202 439-4354
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Special features regarding teachingThe course includes sub-areas of Civil Engineering, Transport, Economics and Law and is therefore an inter-disciplinary subject, in which one of the disciplines of either Economics or Transport is studied in greater depth during the Master's degree course. The students therefore learn about the bigger picture and the integration of various disciplines from the very beginning. During the course of study at the various faculties you also receive a comprehensive look into the diverse world of research for the teaching fields concerned.
Special features regarding the international orientationIn the winter semester, BA students can select an elective module “Selected Chapters of Traffic Planning” taught by a post-doc from an English university (e.g. University College of London UCL) or the University FLINT (Michigan).
Special features regarding the equipmentThe Centre for Transport has several state-of-the-art measurement facilities in the field of road construction and for traffic surveys. This equipment is also used within student projects and is made available for working on tasks within the scope of a thesis.
Special features regarding research activitiesResearch activities in the area of Transport Industry Engineering are very broad, ranging from Transport Planning and Transport Technical Tasks in Private and Public Transport, to a wide range of questions on Goods Transport, right through to special optimisation procedures in Supply Chain Management.
Website with further information on research activitieswww.fzv.uni-wuppertal.de/
Other special featuresThe subject of "Transport Industry Engineering" is unique in Germany in this form and combination and is an ideal compromise, if you are interested in transport and wish to be trained in the field of Engineering as well as in Economics.
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Last update 2017: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education, Germany.
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