Degree Programmes

Technological innovation inspired by nature

Modern engineering, technical solutions and products inspired by nature and biology, sustainable and modern materials and the most recent questions in science communication – these topics and such like are taught in six bachelor’s and two master’s study programs at the faculty of technology and bionics.

Attention: We do not enroll in the Bachelor study programmes Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronic Systems Engineering anymore.

We will start with new Engineering study programmes in the winter term 2025/26, information about the programmes can be found here soon.

Enrolled students find important information about how this affects their studies on the respective page of their study programme.

These programs are both interdisciplinary and international and taught in a young university with modern labs and equipment.

Our guiding aim is to produce graduates who possess not only profound theoretical knowledge in numerous subject areas, but also valuable interpersonal and communication skills which allow them to excel in a number of professional environments. Whether in leadership positions in industry and research, careers in marketing or distribution of technical products and systems, or positions in PR or science-related specialist publications – our graduates are highly-qualified with profiles and skill sets that are in high demand all over the world.