According to the admission regulations for the Master's program "Electrical Engineering" our admissions committee will conduct a procedure to decide about qualification (Eignungsfeststellungsverfahren) of all candidates.
The number of admission points depend on your competences steaming from your bachelor programme and on your CGPA (the better the more). There is no fixed minimum CGPA.
The assessment of subject-specific eligibility according to § 1 (2) of the Admissions Regulations of the University of Stuttgart for the master's degree program Electrical Engineering is carried out as described in the procedural guidelines. The admission process is based on the
Landeshochschulgesetz (LHG, Higher Education Act) of the State of Baden-Wuerttemberg.
Please note that these dates are shifted by six months compared to the dates for the German-language study programs at the University of Stuttgart.
Any necessary selection interviews / entrance examinations usually take place in the week before February 25 / August 25. If the admission commission decides for an interview / examination, the applicant will receive an invitation for that about three weeks before February 25 / August 25.
Dates and deadlines for the enrollment can be found on the universities' pages about Enrolling at the University of Stuttgart.
Yes. Information on English language requirements can be found here.
No. A GRE test is not mandatory, but it can help the admissions committee assess the applicant's competence.
No. However there is "Research Project" included in the program as you can see in the program structure.
This "Research Project" may be done in an institute of the depeartment of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology of the University of Stuttgart or in an industrial enterprise. In the section study programs - EENG you can find more information about the regulations for the "Research Project".
Yes. In that case you have to upload a recent transcript of records not older than two months at the time of applicaton to our C@MPUS portal. The transcript of records (or an additional document), must include your current cumulative average mark (e.g. CGPA), as well as the best possible GPA on the corresponding scale, and the minimum GPA to pass on the correspondig scale.
In case of admission a document of conditional admission will then be issued. This conditional admission is subject to the extra condition that the bachelor's certificate is presented prior to enrollment.
The Student Counseling Center (ZSB) will be happy to answer any legal questions regarding your application. A decision on the question of admission can only be made by our admissions committee on the basis of our Admissions Regulations and after submitting your complete application documents via the C@MPUS portal. Please understand that (due to time and legal reasons) no prior assessment of the (chances of an) application can be made. The entrance requirements for the master's degree program Electrical Engineering can be found in the Admissions Regulations of the University of Stuttgart under §1 (1).
10 - I hold a bachelor's degree with more than 180 ECTS credit points. After enrolling in the master's degree program Electrical Engineering, can I have the excess credit points (in comparison to the 180-CP bachelor's degree at the University of Stuttgart) recognized there in whole or in part in the form of master's modules?
Only those modules that are not already listed in the bachelor's degree certificate are eligible for recognition in the master's program. The credit point score of the bachelor's degree does not matter here. Furthermore, the modules eligible for recognition in the master's program must be technically at the “master's level”.
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The requirements for the master's degree program are listed in the Admissions Regulations of the University of Stuttgart. An overview of the master's program EENG can be found here. Information on English language requirements can be found here.
Most if not all of the lectures corresponding to the EENG program will take place at the campus Vaihingen, see https://www.uni-stuttgart.de/en/university/map/.
Maybe you need to change the semester term you are applying for.
Please apply for this study program nine months in advance. The application deadline for the winter semester is 15th of January, the application deadline für the summer semester is 15th of July, see Application and admission
Unfortunately the applicant number is not visible during the application process. You can find it in your C@MPUS-account under "My Applications" in the upper left corner. The number looks like e.g. “2-00123456” and will always start with “2-00”
The letter of admission or rejection will be provided via the application portal C@MPUS. (Howto download the letter of admission or rejection) Information about the status of your application can be obtained via the C@MPUS system; please also refer to the FAQ list of the Admissions Office. The Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology cannot provide information about the status of the application process. Applicants are asked to wait for the information update in the C@MPUS system.
As a rule, the admissions committee for the master's program "Electrical Engieering" will meet four to five weeks after the application deadline (January 15 / July 15). Within a few days, decisions on rejected and admitted applicants will then be entered into C@MPUS portal, where they can be accessed by the applicants.
We will complete the admission procedure as soon as possible. Applicants are asked to refrain from sending e-mails and making phone calls with questions about the status of the admission procedure.
Applicants who are invited to a selection interview / entrance examination will receive this invitation at about the same time as the above mentioned C@MPUS entry. The invitation will be sent to their email address specified in their application.
Please refer to the information on conditional admission provided by the Admissions Office.
A "not ok" status for the transcript of records usually doesn't mean, that the transcript of records is unreadable, incomplete or otherwise formally incorrect. Rather, it's that the competences you have demonstrated through your transcript of records leaded to a too low number of admission points. Those admission points were calculated during the process of admission, see the answer to question no. 2 of this faq-list.
In compliance with the Admissions Regulations of the University of Stuttgart for the master's degree program “Electrical Engineering”, our admissions committee carries out an eligibility assessment (admission procedure), which you can find in the answer to question 2 of this FAQ list.
Due to the insufficient number of admission points found in the eligibility assessment, the admissions committee has decided not to propose you for admission.
Please understand that application documents submitted after the application deadline cannot be taken into consideration so there is no sense in sending further application documents to us via e-mail.
We regret not being able to give you more favorable information.