Environment and Energy, B.Sc.

Make your future a sustainable one

The future of industrial societies depends on the sustainable use of resources. Facing environmental limits, we need to find solutions that help to supply the high demand for energy and raw materials. At the same time, industries have to tackle emissions reduction and the challenges brought about by global climate change. A dynamic environment like this needs individuals with a broad range of skills and knowledge who also have a clear understanding of the scientific and legal facts involved and are able to relate them to the needs of their clients in economy and industry. Labour market trends predict a great future demand for specialists with interdisciplinary knowledge of this calibre.

We developed this course to fulfil that need and will provide you with a broad knowledge base in natural sciences and engineering as well as a solid understanding of economics and IT.

Our international focus as well as our hands-on approach are an excellent preparation for you to cooperate with experts in your subject area on a global scale.

What you will study

To prepare you for future employment we cover a wide range of subject areas. In your first three semesters you will acquire a solid understanding of the fundamentals of natural science and engineering in addition to completing by introductory courses in economics and information technology.

The 4th and 5th semesters will then give you the chance to further develop your knowledge either in scientific, technical, economic or administrative aspects by choosing elective courses according to your interests and desired career path. You will also have the opportunity to work on your own interesting project in cooperation with students of other degree programmes.

In the 6th semester you will either study abroad or do a practical semester before finishing your studies by submitting a bachelor's thesis.

Career prospects

As a graduate of this interdisciplinary degree programme you will be highly qualified to coordinate measures aimed at environmental protection and energy efficiency in industry, construction or private households. The evaluation of natural environments, the recommendation of methods for environmental remediation or energy audits might be your fields of work. You can find employment with engineering offices, consulting agencies in the fields of energy and environment, in the construction industry or public services, to name just a few.

Entry requirements

We welcome applications from nationals of all countries. Please check here for general admission requirements.

Other requirements for Environment and Energy, B.Sc.:

  • A sufficient level of English language proficiency (CEFR level B2 or better).
  • Completion of an 8-week internship before the start of the 4th semester. You can also do this internship in your home country before applying to Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences.
  • Interest in environmental and technical problems.

When and how to apply

Application guidelines for international applicants

Application deadlines

During the application period you can submit your application online by using our application portal or uni-assist in case you do not have a German entry qualification to higher education.

Please contact us for more information and advice

Contact

Kamp-Lintfort Campus
Friedrich-Heinrich-Allee 25, Germany
47475 Kamp-Lintfort
Tel.: +49 2842 90825-0
Email: info@hochschule-rhein-waal.de

Head of Degree Programme
Prof. Dr Irmgard Buder
Email: irmgard.buder@hochschule-rhein-waal.de

Prospective students can find a contact form and FAQs here.

Rhine-Waal students can find a contact form and FAQs here.

Exchange students please contact our International Office.
Email: international-office@hochschule-rhein-waal.de

Information

Place of study

Campus Kamp-Lintfort

Start date

Winter semester

Language

English

Duration of study

7 semesters of full-time study

Study model

Full-time studies

Degree awarded

Bachelor of Science

Internship

Mandatory 8-week preparatory internship/work placement. This must be completed no later than the 4th semester enrolment deadline.

Restricted admission

No