Mechanical Engineering, B.Eng.

Faculty: Mechanical Engineering
Location: Zittau
Degree: Bachelor of Engineering
Standard period of study: 7 semesters
ECTS points: 210
Enrollment for: Winter semester
Admission restriction: none

Studying mechanical engineering gives you an incredible amount of freedom - design, construct and build smartphones, cars or robots. Specialize in whatever you feel like. But admittedly - you won't get past math, mechanics, physics, economics and electrical engineering in the first 3 semesters. But with good time management and enthusiasm for the subject, that's no problem! Get creative and work together with your future fellow students on practical solutions in our excellently equipped laboratories.

You have the choice

In the Bachelor Mechanical Engineering program, you can choose between the regular Bachelor program or the KIA program.

What is KIA?

In the KIA variant (cooperative studies with integrated training), the bachelor 's program is very well suited for future students who want to combine theory and practice. In addition to theoretical knowledge, you will also receive practical training and at the end of your studies you will not only receive a Bachelor's degree, but also a certificate from the Chamber of Industry and Commerce.

The advantages
  • The placement rate of our graduates after graduation is 100%.
  • The study program is structured, the modules are coordinated with each other. This ensures that the standard period of study is adhered to.
  • The practical part of the studies is above average: internships in laboratories and PC pools, practical semesters in industry, bachelor semesters in industry.
  • Students are directly involved in research projects of the faculty and industry partners.
  • Lecturers are also available to students outside office hours.
  • There are about 4 professors and lecturers for every 100 students.
  • The lecturers see their studies as a joint task with the students.
  • The group "Students advise students" (SbS) provides support for organizational and personal problems, which can also go beyond the studies.
  • Information, opinions and concerns are exchanged in regular meetings (Jour fixe) between students and professors.
  • Students receive assistance in finding internships, bachelor theses and companies to start their careers.
Foto: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernd Bellair
Prof. Dr.-Ing.
Bernd Bellair
Fakultät Maschinenwesen
02763 Zittau
Schwenninger Weg 1
Building Z VII, Room 137
1. Obergeschoss
+49 3583 612-4852