Our offer is aimed at high school graduates who are at the beginning of their academic education, at graduates with a subject-related bachelor's or master's degree from our university or other universities and (dual) colleges for a more in-depth master's degree or doctorate and, if applicable, habilitation.
The professionally qualifying degrees enable graduates to take up professional activities in industry, industrial research and development and in research, development and teaching at universities and research institutions.
Study – Workshop – Research & DevelopmentThe triad on which the education and training at ei-bauhaus stuttgart is based
From the first semester on, this means a rigorous theoretical study of science and technology with the possibility of deepening and specializing in the topics of the competence clusters of our department.
This rigorous theoretical study is closely linked to the "workshop" of the ei-bauhaus stuttgart, in which the intensive practical training of our students takes place and in which the knowledge gained is directly transferred into practical application.
The "workshop" itself is formed by the numerous laboratories and workstations of the institutes of the competence clusters of our department.
The three pillars of the workshop training at ei-bauhaus stuttgart are the basic practical training, which is obligatory for all our students, the voluntary, in-depth practical training within the framework of the research and development projects of the institutes of our department, and the individual practical training within the framework of the "marketplace of ideas" (for further information see "In the workshop" and "Marketplace of ideas").
Education and training at the ei-bauhaus stuttgart is characterized by a close partnership between students and teachers. This is made possible by formats such as the one-semester introductory course in the first bachelor's semester to the study of electrical engineering and information technology, the future and career prospects of electrical engineering and information technology, and the engineer's responsibility for the people of our country, our continent, our earth, which is shaped by all professors in our department.
Since disruptive research and development also requires knowledge of the world in its many facets, constant interdisciplinary exchange with our national and international partners from industry, science, research and development is indispensable. Of course, this also benefits the education of our students through coordinated exchange and joint study programs (for further information, please see: "To think out of the box")
We pay special attention to our students who transfer to us from another university or (dual) university. Here we offer advice for individual planning which studies, if necessary, still need to be made up for or deepened in order to ensure a quick and smooth start at the ei-bauhaus stuttgart and a successful in-depth study.