Degrees:

Undergraduate degree courses

B.A. International Management

 

B.A. International Tourism Management, majoring in Health & Medical Tourism

 

B.Sc. Health Informatics

 

B.Eng. Industrial Engineering

 

B.Eng. Energy Supply Technologies

 

* Required English levels: As a bachelor applicant aiming to study in English, you are required to provide proof of your English language skills unless English is an official language in your home country OR you already achieved a bachelor degree, that has been taught 100% in English OR you had at least 6 years English classes at school.

 

How to apply for bachelor degrees.

 

Postgraduate degree courses

M.A. Strategic and International Management

 

M.A. International Tourism Management

 

M.Sc. Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

 

M.Sc. Medical Informatics

 

* Required English levels: As a master applicant aiming to study in English, you are required to provide proof of your English language skills unless English is an official language in your home country OR you already achieved a bachelor degree, that has been taught 100% in English OR you had at least 6 years English classes at school.

 

How to apply for master degrees.

 

 

Short programmes for bachelor exchange students:

General Business exchange semester

  • 100% in English
  • Campus: Deggendorf

 

Target group:

Business students at bachelor level

 

Prerequisites:

Students can qualify for this course if they have:

  • Completed at least two semesters at their home university
  • Have good to excellent knowledge of the English language (level B1-C1)

Prior knowledge of the German language is not required (but recommended)

 

Course content*:

The General Business programme, tailored especially to business and tourism students, is an exchange semester in which Bachelor's students can complete one or two semesters whilst earning between 20-30 ECTS per semester. From a wide variety of business subjects (all taught in English), participating students can choose the ones that suit their degree course at home. Additionally, students have the opportunity to attend German language classes.

Students should choose courses which suit the respective study programmes at their home universities. A minimum of 20 credits should be taken.

Subjects are offered by the School of Management and students also have the opportunity to participate in various intercultural training events.

The courses include subjects from the programmes Applied Economics, Business Administration, International Management and Tourism Management.

We also offer German intensive courses for beginners as well as higher-level courses for more advanced speakers.

* Subject to change and amendments

 

Exam schedule:

View all exam schedules on the Centre for Studies webpage

 

Hours per week:

25

 

Places per course:

30

 

ETCS credits:

30

 

Starting date:

  • The starting date for the next summer semester is 15th March 2017
  • The starting date for next winter semester is 1st October 2017

The programme is free of charge to all bachelor students.

 

Application period:

  • 1st April - 1st June for October (winter semester) entries
  • 1st October - 1st December for March (summer semester) entries

Click here to access the application form

 

Fees

The programme is free of charge to all bachelor students

 

Contact:

Magdalena Stöfl

General Engineering exchange semester

  • 100% in English
  • Campus: Deggendorf

 

Target group:

This engineering exchange semester is open to international English-speaking bachelor degree students, who can complete one of their college semesters and earn up to 30 credits whilst learning German as a foreign language

 

Prerequisites:

Students can qualify for this course if they have:

  • Completed at least 2 semesters at their home university
  • A good to excellent knowledge of the English language (level B1-C1)

Prior knowledge of the German language is not required (but is advised)

 

Course content:

Students will attend German lessons and can also join in a tandem language programme, which is offered as a further linguistic support tool. After completing an introductory orientation week with intercultural training, students choose various engineering subjects for a minimum of 20 credits (see subject details below), to complement their degree course at their home universities.

 

Starting date:

  • The starting date for the next summer semester is 15th March 2017
  • The starting date for next winter semester is 1st October 2017

 

Application period:

  • Winter semester (starting in October) - Application period: 1st April - 1st June
  • Summer semester (starting in March) - Application period: 1st October - 1st December

Click here to access the application form

 

Fees:

The programme is free of charge to all bachelor students

 

Contact:

Nadine Kappl - Coordinator for the General Engineering Programme

 

 


Course descriptions, course overview, schedule and timetable:

 

Course overview summer semester (SS) 2017:

 

Lecturer

Faculty                                        
Civil Engineering and Environmental Management 
ECTS
SS

SWS

Prof. Deininger Industrial Wastewater Treatment 2 2
Prof. Partsch Digital Media Skills 5 4
Herr Gerner Simplified Microcontroller Programming 2 2
Prof. Ullrich Statistics for Engineers 5 4
       
Lecturer

Faculty
Electrical Engineering and Media Technology
ECTS
SS
SWS

Prof. Dorner / Garmann Database Engineering 5 4
Mr. Splitthoff Project Management 5 4
Prof. Juhász Advanced Modelling and Simulation 4 4
Prof. Bogner Advanced Circuits Lab. 5 4
       
Lecturer

Faculty
Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics
ECTS
SS
SWS

Prof. Bongmba Introduction to Finite Element Methods with NASTRAN & PATRAN 4 4
Prof. Bonfigli Fluid Mechanics 5 4
Prof. Hain Design Methodology/ CAD 3 2
Prof. Hain Introduction into Solid Works (CAD) 3 2
       
Lecturer

Faculty                               
Natural Sciences and Industrial Engineering
ECTS
SS
SWS

Prof. Wünsche A Sustainable Material Cycle (on the Example of Inorganic Glasses and Paper) 4 4
Prof. Wünsche Sytems to Technical Innovation 4 4
Mr. Brauch-Widmann Principles of Accounting 2 2

Prof. Stirner

Computation in C 5 4
Prof. Stirner Projects in Science and Engineering 6 4
Prof. Stirner Advanced Projects in Science and Engineering 6 4
Prof. Fütterer 3D Displays 2 2
       
Lecturer

Faculty
Applied Economics (School of Management)
ECTS
SS
SWS

Prof. Rummler Basics of Information Technology 6 4
Prof. Rummler Databases 6 4
Prof. Allinger Public economics (virtual course) 3 2
Prof. Bauersachs Communication and Presentation Techniques (block course) 2 2
       
Lecturer

International Office and Language Centre

ECTS
SS
SWS

Mr. Oberhofer Bavarian Culture (block course/ mandatory) 2 /
Prof. Nagengast Cross-culturalTeambuilding (block course) 2 /
Ms. Gretzinger Intercultural Training (block course/ mandatory) 1 1
Mr. Waked Basics of International Sales & Business Development 2 2
Mr. Nagl Basics of digital marketing 2 2
Ms. Reimann Corporate Social Responsibility 2 2
Mr Scobie English for GE-Students Level B2 2 2
Ms. Seebauer German Language Level A1 part 2+3+4 6 6

 

Exam schedule:

View all exam schedules on the Centre for Studies webpage

 

Compulsory German language course:

This exchange semester will provide students with knowledge and experience in the German language. Participants will:

  • Improve their vocabulary
  • Learn complex grammatical structures
  • Learn study-related subject vocabulary
  • Improve their oral fluency & understanding of the language in general everyday situations, as well as in the university, during an internship or in their professional life
  • Learn about the geography of German-speaking countries

A German language course accompanies studies in all levels of capability (level A1-C1) and an official certificate for German as a foreign language (TestDaF) can be obtained here at DIT.

 

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