Mechanical Engineering is the classic discipline for future engineers. It combines practical training with a thorough education in the scientific principles and methods of physics and material science, leading towards a career in the automotive industry.
Mechanical Engineering (B. Eng.)
Bachelor of Engineering (B. Eng.)
Yes Dual Offers
The degree programme centres on a practical approach to learning based on scientific insights and methods from mathematics, physics, mechanics, electrical engineering and computer science. One practical semester is integrated during the in-depth course. Students can choose between vehicle mechatronics or production mechatronics for their emphasis.
Für den Studiengang Maschinenbau stehen zahlreiche Labore zur Verfügung, wie zum Beispiel (die unten blau markierten Labore verlinken auf entsprechende Seiten):
Labor für Karosserietechnik und Leichtbau,
Labor für Kunststofftechnik und Oberflächentechnik,
Labor für Messtechnik,
Labor für Fahrzeuge urbaner Mobilität, usw.
To study the Bachelor program at our university you'll have to fulfill some prerequisites:
Please find details here
1. Online Application:
The programme is only offered in the winter semester. To apply at our university, first you'll have to fill out the online application:
Please fill out the form and send it online to the university. Secondly, send your application documents as hardcopy together with the required documents (legally attested) to the university. You will find a list of required documents on your online application form.
Application period for the winter semester is May 2nd to July 15th. Please consider that the online application is only possible in this space of time - applications which reach the university later than July 15th cannot be taken into consideration.
Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt sends the admission/rejection letters to the applicants by middle of August.
Possible if there's a cooperation between the company and THI. Please find further details here.
Jobs in engineering in the automotive or aerospace industry.
The study programme requires a preparatory internship of at least 12 weeks, which has to be completed before the start of the 4th semester (during semester breaks). The preparatory internship is not part of our admission requirements.
Important DatesImportant dates
Programme director and Academic advisor
The module handbook is the guide to all modules of the degree programme. It contains information on prerequisites, contents, learning outcomes, ECTS points, duration, work load, literature and references.
Bachelorreform BA MB (gemäß SPO WS 17_18):
Praktisches Studiensemester (pdf)
Informationen zum Praktikum/Praxisseminar
Study and Examination Regulations
Study and examination regulations (SPO) (German only) deal with judicial matters concerning your study course. For more information please turn to the pages of the legal department.