Engineer Pedagogy (Bachelor)

The Bachelor's degree programme in Engineering Education combines an engineering degree with elements of classical teaching training. This means that you have the option of entering the seventh semester of the teacher's training programme at TU Dresden after graduating with a Bachelor's degree in Zwickau. You can then take the state examination for vocational schools and have the chance to become a teacher in the civil service.

In addition, the degree programme qualifies you to pursue a career as an engineer in various disciplines and to work in advanced training institutes or the training departments of companies.

The degree programme is part of the OptLA-Project of the Saxon Ministry of Science and the Arts (Sächsisches Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst - SMWK)

degreeBachelor of Engineering (B. Eng.)
focus/profile combintions

  • Metal and Mechanical Engineering / Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
  • Metal and Mechanical Engineering / Computer Science
  • Metal and Machine Technology / Textile Technology and Clothing
  • Electrical Engineering and Information Technology / Metal and Machine Technology
  • Electrical Engineering and Information Technology / Computer Science
type of programme
full-time programme
start semester
winter semester
no. of semesters / ECTS-credits7 semesters / 210 ECTS
admission requirements
  • University Entrance Qualifications (A prerequisite for application is the general high-school graduation certificate (Abitur) or a comparable qualification for admission to higher education)
  • Required language skills for non-native speakers: German C1
  • Professional training in a technical field recommended
admission restriction no restricted entry
course language
German
tuition fees no tuition fees / semester fee only

The study programme prepares for a future in technically oriented vocational training and further education or in a teaching profession at vocational schools. Preferably you should have completed vocational training.

After graduating from UAS Zwickau, the programme offers the opportunity to enter the seventh semester of the teacher training programme at the TU Dresden and take the state examination for vocational schools.

Students of this programme are also qualified to work as engineers in the respective specialisation fields or take on jobs in education institutes or training departments of companies.

The curriculum above is a condensed version of the actual study plan. Detailed information on the courses can be found in the WHZ Modulux database. For questions regarding the content of the programme, please contact:

Prof. Andrea Kobylka
Westsächsische Hochschule Zwickau
Institut für Produktionstechnik
+49 375 536-1795
andrea.kobylka@fh-zwickau.de

Contact

Ms Elke Kunze

International prospective students
International full-time students

Paul-Kirchhoff-Bau (PKB), room 230a
+49 375 536 1061

study[at]fh-zwickau.de

 

International Office

Secretary
Katrin Jugelt
Paul-Kirchhoff-Bau (PKB), room 230
+49 375 536 1068
+49 375 536 1063
international.office[at]fh-zwickau.de

Postal address
Westsächsische Hochschule Zwickau
International Office
Kornmarkt 1
08056 Zwickau

Adress for visitors
Paul-Kirchhoff-Bau (PKB)
Dr.-Friedrichs Ring 2A
rooms 228/230/230a (above the canteen)