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Graduation
Bachelor of Science
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Restrictions on admission
none
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Standard period of study
6 semester
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Start of studies
October 1
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Basic internship
6 weeks
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Credit points
180
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Teaching language
German
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Application
May 16 - October 15 | January 16 - July 15 (International Students)

Description

Industrial Engineering and Managament is an interdisciplinary course of study. In a broadly based and approximately equivalent education in the natural sciences and engineering as well as in law and economics, students acquire the ability to combine engineering and business management thinking and to solve corresponding problems together with specialists from other departments. Students should thereby acquire the ability to critically assess scientific findings and to familiarize themselves with the diverse tasks of application and subject-related fields of activity.

The level of education attained in the Bachelor's programme already allows for a far-reaching, career-oriented specialisation and consolidation with the transition to the Master's programme. A successful course of study leads to the professional qualification "Bachelor of Science". This is a prerequisite for the Master's degree course that builds on this.

 

Interview with a graduate (PDF for download)

Specialisation

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering

Content of study | Specialisation Mechanical engineering

Mathematics and physics

13 %

Engineering sciences (e.g. technical mechanics, materials, fundamentals of computer science, electrical engineering, machine elements, production engineering, mechanics technology)

33 %

Economic sciences and law (e.g. bookkeeping, accounting, finance, tax, manufacturing, micro and macroeconomics, business management, marketing, law, statistics)

37 %

Language and General Studies

3 %

Advanced internship and bachelor thesis

14 %
Detailed subject overview: Industrial Engineering and Management | Specialisation mechanical engineering

Content of study | specialisation electrical engineering

Mathematics and physics

13 %

Engineering sciences (e.g. fundamentals of computer science, electrical engineering, control and system technology, signals and systems, materials, circuit technology, electrical energy technology)

33 %

Economic sciences and law (e.g. bookkeeping, accounting, finance, tax, manufacturing, micro and macroeconomics, business management, marketing, law, statistics)

37 %

Language and General Studies

3 %

Advanced internship and bachelor thesis

14 %
Detailed subject overview: Industrial Engineering and Management | Specialisation electrical engineering

I am studying industrial engineering and management because it gives me a broad education in both business and engineering subjects.

Kathrin-Viktoria Bauer

 

Practice during studies

The basic internship is a course of study with a total duration of six weeks. If possible, it should be completed before the studies. The specialist internship in the 6th semester lasts 12 weeks and can be completed in companies in Germany and abroad.

Fields of work

  • controlling, accounting
  • Logistics, transport, traffic
  • Management consultancy
  • Technology and resource management
  • Purchasing
  • marketing, distribution
  • Research and development

Kai studies industrial engineering at the TU Ilmenau

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What students say...

"45% business - 55% engineering - a degree programme [...] that combines both the business aspect and the technical aspect." | More reviewsLink

 

Further information

Contact

Student advisory service

Dipl.-Kffr. Sylvia Schultz

+49 3677 69-4004

 

Study organisation

Heide Röseler

+49 3677 69-4054

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