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  7. Materials Science and Mechanical Engineering (B.Sc.)
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2019 / 20
CHE University Ranking
 
Mechanical / Materials / Process Engineering, Degree course

Materials Science and Mechanical Engineering (B.Sc.)


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General facts

Type of degree course presence learning programme, full-time, part-time possible, interdisciplinary
Standard period of study 8 semesters
Total credits 240
Teaching profile 171 credits in mandatory modules, 110 credits in compulsory elective modules
Subject orientation Engineering, interdisciplinary
Practical elements in the degree course 12 weeks practice/internship outside the university obligatory; 6 ECTS max. permissible for non-obligatory internships; 9 ECTS max. permissible for practice-oriented courses

Students and graduations

Number of students 11
First-year students per year 3
Graduates per year no graduates in the time period surveyed
Graduations in appropriate time no graduates in the time period surveyed
Study duration (median) no graduates in the time period surveyed
Gender balance 91:9 [%m:%f]

International orientation

Proportion of international students 45.0 %
Proportion of foreign language courses 25.0 %
Combined study programme with foreign HEI yes, "joint degree" mandatory
International orientation: Students mobility 2/2 points
International orientation: Share in foreign language 2/3 points
International orientation of the degree course 8/9 points

Admission

Mode of admission number of places not limited

Job market- and career-orientation

Contact with work environment: Internships 2/4 points
Contact with work environment: Case studies 1/3 points
Contact with work environment: External staff members 1/2 points
Contact with work environment: Theses in cooperation with work environment 0/2 points
Contact with work environment 4/11 Points

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Last update 2019: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education, Germany.
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