Faculty: Mechanical Engineering
Degrees: Master of Science
Standard period of study: 5 trimester master
- The general higher education entrance qualification (Abitur),
- Holders of a university degree who are on time and with at least a grade of “good” (2.5) or, in the case of intensive courses of study, “satisfactory” (3.0) in a relevant subject
- Bachelor’s degree program has been acquired
- The passed exam,
- The obligation to serve as a temporary soldier for 13 years in the career of the officer of the troop service.
Study Language: German
Start of studies: beginning of October
The master program Energy and Environmental Engineering is fundamentally oriented. In-depth fundamentals are imparted in mathematics, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, heat and mass transfer as well as in methods of control engineering. As a further mandatory master-specific subject besides heat and mass transfer, energy and waste technology were integrated into the curriculum. Depending on the choice of study subjects, this Master’s degree program allows students to deepen their knowledge of one of the two areas of energy technology and environmental technology.
You will receive application documents from the career counseling office responsible for your place of residence. As a soldier or soldier you bear great responsibility. That is why there is a detailed consultation at the beginning of the application process. You can find contact details for career counselors on the Internet at www.bundeswehrkarriere.de. Free telephone hotline: 0800 9800880.
Student Advisory / Contact
Academic guidance is provided under the responsibility of faculties by members of the academic community.
Dean of Students
Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Karsten Meier
Phone: +49 (0)40 6541-2735
Students who wish to study at HSU within the framework of a cooperation with a company, foundation, authority or other institutional partner, as well as soldiers who wish to study at HSU within the framework of the BFD, should contact university marketing :
Phone: +49 (0)40 6541-3855
Phone: +49 (0)40 6541-3652
Letzte Änderung: 18. January 2021