The study programme is offered completely in English.
1. uni-assist: from as soon as possible until 15 June the latest
If you obtain your higher secondary school certificate outside of Germany, uni-assist has to verify your eligibility to study in Germany and to convert school grades to the German grade system. You will have to submit all required documents to uni-assist online and per post. The process takes four to six weeks.
2. hochschulstart.de: from 2 May until 15 July
You will have to register online at hochschulstart.de to receive two numbers (BID and BAN) which you will have to enter as soon as you select one of the study courses in the application portal of the THI.
3. PRIMUSS - THI application portal: from 2 May until 15 July
You will have to apply online at the PRIMUSS university application portal. In case of admission, you will have to send all required documents by post later on.
The Bachelor of Engineering in Engineering and Management programme at the Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt addresses students who intend to work for international companies in functions. This work requires both an engineering background and a thorough understanding of management practices.
Consequently, the programme provides a sound engineering education with modules such as engineering mechanics, material sciences, mechanical design, computer science, mathematics, software development, and electrical engineering.
Additionally, students will be prepared for the the above-mentioned job requirements regarding management know‐how with lectures such as financial and management accounting, marketing, and strategic management. In addition to these competencies, “soft‐skills” are trained, e.g., by team projects and student presentations. The studies prepare students for working in international projects and positions. Specific modules such as “intercultural studies”, “selected topics in international management” and a second foreign language are part of the curriculum.
Detailed break‐down of fields of study:
Engineering and science courses include mathematics 1 and 2, physics, mechanical design 1 and 2, material sciences, engineering mechanics, computer sciences, electrical engineering, software development, and power engineering.
Management courses include business administration, financial accounting, cost accounting, management accounting, marketing, and selected topics in international management.
Interdisciplinary courses include project & quality management, production systems, production planning & logistics, business information systems, automation technologies, and start‐up projects.
International communications include three foreign language courses and intercultural studies.
Industry internship and team project