E-Mobility and Autonomous Drivinginternational course, full time

  • Bachelor of Science


  • 7 semesters

    Standard period of study (amount)

  • Mannheim


  • expired (Germans and inhabitants)

    Please enquire

Overview and admission

Study Type


Admission semester

Winter Semester only

Area of study
  • Automation Technology
  • Vehicle Engineering
  • Traffic Engineering
  • Sensor Technology, Measurement Technology

E-Mobility, Autonomous Driving, Motion Control, Energy Storage, Alternative Drives, Smart Cities, Charging Technology


E-mobility is an important building block for addressing climate change. In combination with autonomous driving, an exciting and dynamic technology field is developing around the mobility of tomorrow. For Germany as an industrial location, especially for the automotive and supplier industries, it is important that there are enough enthusiastic young engineers for its economy to continue to be competitive in this field. The focus on e-mobility and autonomous driving includes, for example, energy storage, charging infrastructure, networked sensors, artificial intelligence, efficient and powerful drives, and safety as well as user-friendly operating concepts and applications. Female and male engineers with an electrotechnical background are part of one of the most popular professional groups in demand in Germany. Salaries and future career opportunities could not be better at present. Our students will participate in a multilateral course of studies. The programme combines the fields of electrical engineering, computer science, energy storage and sensor networks. This course has a duration of 7 semesters including one practical study semester. The study course combines small study groups, individual support, intensive practice orientation and close contacts to the regional industry. The first year is taught in English and combined with intensive German language courses. From the third semester onwards the language of instruction is German only. It is possible to commence study without sufficient knowledge of German. This course can also be taken if the “German Language Test for Admission to Higher Education for Foreign Students” (DSH) has not yet been taken. This is made possible by German courses integrated in the regular study plan. Mandatory German courses take place both during the lecture-free period and during the semester. Application requirements: a university/higher education entrance qualification is required. Admission is based on the applicant's academic and professional performance in the subject concerned. Alternatively, good SAT/ACT scores in Mathematics and/or Physics will be acknowledged. Language requirements: TOEFL 80 points (IBT) or IELTS>6.0, unless English is the native language or official language of instruction. Studies start at the beginning of September before the first semester with a three-week language, culture and orientation programme. In the following semesters, language instruction is an integral part of the degree programme. In addition, all-day language classes in three-week sessions take place during the semester breaks. Support for international students: welcome event, buddy programme, tutors, accompanying programme, specialist counselling, cultural and linguistic preparation, pick-up service, support with student housing and visa matters.

Admission modus

open admission

Admission requirements (Link)

Lecture period
  • 26.09.2023 - 19.01.2024
  • 01.03.2024 - 31.08.2024

Application deadlines

Winter semester (2023/2024)
  • Enrollment deadline for Germans and foreign students

    as per letter of acceptance

  • Application deadline for Germans and inhabitants

    Expired (Universitywide deadline)

    Directly via "My Campus Portal" at Mannheim University of Applied Sciences

Tuition fee


1,500.00 EUR / semester

Fees (Link)

Languages of instruction

Main language


Further languages


DAAD - Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst - German Academic Exchange Service