Innovations in the mobility sector contribute to the environment, the economy and society, for example, in modern and innovative high-tech companies, where you would work on challenging tasks. An example for your possible graduate position would be as a developer - you would design, implement and evaluate complex hardware or software as well as entire electromobile systems. As a graduate of this programme, many opportunities for a professional and customised career are possible. Furthermore, this degree offers you the basis for an academic career at colleges, universities and research institutes and serves as preparation for a doctorate. The ability to innovate, work in a team and think analytically are generally required for these tasks. Your talent for good communication and empathy for the future users of your systems will help you on your career path. The industry in which you work is almost up to you. Possible employers could come from automotive research & development, battery and fuel cell technology or the energy and environmental sector. From large companies to start-ups, any working environment that suits you is available, and many engineers work in international environments.

As a Master graduate of Electromobility, you could expect to build your career in:

  •     Automotive industry, automotive supply industry
  •     Mechanical engineering
  •     Drive technology
  •     Fuel cell technology
  •     Battery technology
  •     Aerospace technology
  •     Energy technology
  •     Safety systems
  •     Software development
  •     Electronics development
  •     Research and teaching