The automotive industry is one of the most popular employers for engineers, especially here in southern Germany. As an electrical engineer, the automotive and supplier industry also offers attractive jobs. Especially when it comes to modern mobility. If you have chosen electromobility as your major, you can use your knowledge in the entire chain of effects of electric vehicles in you job. Starting with the power supply at the charging station, through the storage of energy in batteries to intelligen power electronics for drive motors. You can also work in the field of hydrogen technology after graduation. If you have chose to specialise in autonomous driving/mobile robotics, you will later work on autonomously acting systems on roads or in production plants. The application of model-based methods is part of your professional practice, possibly also PLC programming or machine learning. If you want to be succesful in this profession, you should have a good sense for interdisciplinary and often international teamwork. Forward-looking thinking and the joy of testing your solutions should be as natural to you as the will to advance technology. In the degree programme Electromobility, Autonomous Driving and Mobile Robotics, you will receive a broad and qualified basic training that will enable you to do all of this. Job opportunities are offered above all in companies in the automotive and supplier industry. But also in public service administrations and in independent companies. As a graduate you can expect engineering activities in the following fields of work:

  • Development (concept, design, calculation, simulation and construction) of hardware and software
  • Manufacturing (work preparation, production)
  • Project engineering
  • Sales (customer consulting and project management)
  • Assembly, commissioning and service
  • Operation and maintenance
  • Monitoring and assessment