|Degree||Bachelor of Engineering|
|Standard period of study||7 semesters|
|Admission requirements|| |
|Language of instruction||German|
|Faculty/institution||School of Nature and Engineering|
|Integrated stay abroad||Yes|
he international Bachelor's degree programme ‘Mechanical Engineering with a focus on the economic area China’ at the Hochschule Bremen pursues the overarching goal of providing you with an education based on scientific knowledge and methods as well as a strong orientation to practice. The degree programme is geared towards the qualification profile of technical planning and the technical and logistical management of manufacturing companies that use globally distributed resources, especially in the context of China.
The degree programme focuses on providing you with specific competences required for planning and managing production processes distributed between Germany and China. The aim is to take into account the current trend for German companies towards
The degree programme prepares you for an engineering career in an international environment. Due to your solid technical and language qualifications in combination with intercultural competence, you can take on management and leadership tasks in a global context.
Typical occupational fields can therefore be found in product development, logistics and production departments of medium-sized and large production companies, in international projects and in branches and joint ventures of German companies abroad. Career prospects also arise in management consultancies and system vendors.
You will be specifically prepared for the linguistic and cultural challenges related to doing business China. In addition to engineering skills, you will have intensive training in the Chinese language and script, as well as the basics of regional studies, culture, economics and law in China. You will be able to independently find your way around in the Chinese environment and take on management functions, especially in Chinese or German production companies.
In its modular structure, the programme ‘Mechanical Engineering with a focus on China as an economic region B.Eng.’ corresponds to the ‘Bremen Model’. You undertake an integrated practical semester in China, which begins with a four-week intensive course and targeted supervision at a Chinese partner university. The Bachelor's thesis completes the programme in the 8th semester.
Within the framework of contracts and agreements, the Faculty of Nature and Technology of the Bremen University of Applied Sciences cooperates with departments or faculties for mechanical engineering of numerous partner universities.
„I am interested in other cultures and have travelled a lot, but I always wanted to do a technical degree. China is a future market for many German companies, especially in mechanical engineering, so the decision to study an engineering programme with a focus on China was a given.“
Engin K. MAWIC-Student
Questions about the degree programme can be answered by the contact persons on the degree programme pages. If you have any further questions about your decision to study at HSB, our advisory and service institutions will be happy to help.