Technical Management (MEng)

Applications for the summer semester 2018

The application round for the SS18 for non EU students will be open until the 30th of September 2017. 

With a European or German degree the deadline for submission is the 15th of January 2018.

Welcome to the Master's Program Technical Management at the University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer

Studying at the University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer means studying at a modern university with a personal atmosphere. Next to a high standard of academic education, the individual support of our students is one of our priorities. 

The promotion of technical know-how and our educational goals foster creativity and the capacity for team-work as well as equipping our students with future key qualifications.

Our highly motivated academic staff enhances the appeal of the respective study programme with efficient learning methods and the commitment to ensuring individual support for each and every student.

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Technical Management students of the summer semester 2017

Students of the Master's Program Technical Management of the Winter Semester 2016/17

We are glad to welcome our Technical Management students of the winter semester 2016/17.

Everyone had an interesting and enjoyable study start and we are looking forward welcoming our new students in March 2017.

The Master's study program of Technical Management provides detailed knowledge for the management of engineering projects and processes.

The students are prepared for first executive tasks in the engineering area. The study program stresses a fields-general and problem-oriented approach. Lectures are combined with lab exercises, simulation games and excursions to company sites.

The students of Technical Management at the University of Apllied Sciences in Emden/Leer learn to develop and to implement problem-solving strategies in a creative and independent way.

The character of this Master's program is truly international with students from all over the world. Cross-cultural skills are aquired and practised.

The language of instruction for all mandatory courses is English. Students are encouraged to acquire advanced skills in German.

The master course and its degree is fully accredited by the German accreditation agency ZEvA. The accreditation assures and validates both highest standards in teaching and studying and an international acknowledged degree for the entrance in PhD-Programmes.