English-Taught Bachelor`s and Master`s Programs

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University of Freiburg
Germany
English-Taught Bachelor's
and Master‘s Programs
Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
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“The University of Freiburg warmly invites you to take part in our
English-Taught Programs! They offer a top-quality education in innovative fields and guarantee a great learning atmosphere. We are
committed to providing a globally competitive standard of teaching
and service, and we very much value the presence of students from
all over the world at our university.”
Prof. Dr. h.c. mult. Hans-Jochen Schiewer
Rector
Freiburg: best known for its high quality of life
The so-called Capital of the Black Forest enjoys more hours of sunshine than any other city in Germany and has a unique and charming
atmosphere. Globally, it is also known as the “Green City” because
of its high standards in environmental sustainability. Freiburg’s surroundings offer excellent facilities for skiing, hiking, cycling and
mountain biking. With a total of 30,000 students in a population of
224,000, Freiburg is clearly a student town.
The University: a venerable and truly international institution
Founded in 1457, the University of Freiburg is one of the oldest and
most renowned higher education institutions in Germany. We have
partnerships with top universities, research institutions and businesses around the world and are proud to be a truly international
university. With close to 3,500 international students and many
internationally acclaimed scholars, the university offers a cosmopolitan and diverse atmosphere.
Fees: affordable yet first-rate academic education
German higher education is generously subsidized by the German
government, resulting in no tuition costs and low fees for German
and international students. Enrollment fees are €145 per semester;
monthly living costs are about €800 to €900 total.
All programs certified according to international standards.
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July 2016
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BACHELOR’S PROGRAM – for undergraduate students
Liberal Arts and Sciences (B.A.|B.Sc.) 7
MASTER’S PROGRAMS – for graduate students
HUMANITIES British and North American Cultural Studies (M.A.)
English Language and Linguistics (M.A.)
English Literatures and Literary Theory (M.A.)
Modern China Studies (M.A.)
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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC SCIENCES Economics (M.Sc.)
Global Studies (M.A.)
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NATURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES Applied Physics (M.Sc.)
Environmental Governance (M.Sc.)
Environmental Sciences (M.Sc.)
Forest Sciences (M.Sc.)
Geology (M.Sc.)
Neuroscience (M.Sc.)
Physics (M.Sc.)
Sustainable Materials – Crystalline Materials (M.Sc.)
Sustainable Materials – Polymer Sciences (M.Sc.)
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ENGINEERING SCIENCES Computer Science (M.Sc.)
Microsystems Engineering (M.Sc.)
Renewable Energy Engineering and Management (M.Sc.)
Sustainable Systems Engineering (M.Sc.)
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Courtyard of the “Alte Universität”, home to University College Freiburg
BACHELOR’S PROGRAM – for undergraduate students
Liberal Arts and Sciences (B.A.|B.Sc.)
LAS is the university’s groundbreaking English-taught bachelor program and
is hosted by University College Freiburg. It reaches across academic fields
while also offering discipline-oriented academic training in one of four
possible Majors:
1. Earth and Environmental Sciences
2. Life Sciences
3. Governance
4. Culture and History
Language of Instruction
Tuition and Fees
English
€ 145 per semester
Duration
Admissions Requirements
8 semesters
July 15
German higher education entrance
qualification or an authenticated
equivalent; motivational letter and
interview (only for EU citizens).
Course Start
Information & Application
October
Faculty of Humanities
www.ucf.uni-freiburg.de/
prospective-students
Contact: Dr. Karin Moll
[email protected]
Application Deadline
Language Prerequisites
English B2 of the Common
European Framework of Reference
for Languages
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Explore English-speaking cultures around the globe at one of Germany’s best English departments!
HUMANITIES / MASTER’S PROGRAMS – for graduate students British and North American
Cultural Studies (M.A.)
The M.A. focuses on the theories and practices of English-speaking cultures
in Great Britain and North America. Students study the world of Walt Disney
as intensively as the world of Shakespeare. They work with art, literature and
other media, and approach their objects of study from a variety of theoretical
and methodological angles.
Language of Instruction
Tuition and Fees
English
€ 145 per semester
Duration
Admissions Requirements
4 semesters
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
with above-average performance in
a subject relevant for the M.A..
Application Deadline
June 15
Course Start
October
Language Prerequisites
TOEFL pBT 600, cBT 250, iBT 100
or IELTS Band 7.0
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Information & Application
English Department
www.anglistik.uni-freiburg.de
Contact:
Prof. Wolfgang Hochbruck
[email protected]
A KWIC (KeyWord In Context) search for Freiburg in the Corpus Of Contemporary
American English (http://corpus.byu.edu/coca/)
HUMANITIES / MASTER’S PROGRAMS – for graduate students English Language and Linguistics (M.A.)
Based on the state of the art in contemporary linguistic theory, the M.A. in
English Language and Linguistics focuses on the structure, use and variability
of the English language, emphasizing present-day English but including
essential stages in the historical development of the language. The use of
digitized language corpora for linguistic description plays a major role in the
program, reflecting Freiburg’s position as a leading international center in
corpus linguistics research.
Language of Instruction
Tuition and Fees
English
€ 145 per semester
Duration
Admissions Requirements
4 semesters
German higher education entrance
qualification or an authenticated
equivalent; motivational letter and
interview.
Application Deadline
June 30 (Non-EU-Citizens)
July 15 (EU-Citizens)
Course Start
October
Language Prerequisites
TOEFL pBT 600, cBT 250, iBT 100,
or IELTS Band 7.0; working knowledge of German recommended
Information & Application
English Department
www.anglistik.uni-freiburg.de/melling
Contact: Dr. Jakob Leimgruber
[email protected]
uni-freiburg.de
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Experience the full range of English literature and learn about a variety of theoretical approaches
and their application to texts
HUMANITIES / MASTER’S PROGRAMS – for graduate students English Literatures and Literary Theory (M.A.)
This M.A. in English Literatures and Literary Theory offers exposure to a
wide range of texts on all genres and periods in literature from different
Anglophone countries. It also focuses on literary theories and their application.
The program is directed at applicants who already have done both extensive
reading in English literature and have written research papers that include a
discussion of relevant criticism.
Language of Instruction
Tuition and Fees
English
€ 145 per semester
Duration
Admissions Requirements
4 semesters
June 15
Bachelor‘s degree (or equivalent)
in English literary studies or
linguistics, with above-average
academic performance.
Course Start
Information & Application
October
English Department
www.anglistik.uni-freiburg.de
Contact: Prof. Dr. Monika Fludernik
[email protected]
anglistik.uni-freiburg.de
Application Deadline
Language Prerequisites
Very good English language skills
(TOEFL pBT 600, cBT 250, iBT
100. IELTS Band 7.0)
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Study the complexities of China’s present at Freiburg University
HUMANITIES / MASTER’S PROGRAMS – for graduate students Modern China Studies (M.A.)
The M.A. Modern China Studies focuses on phenomena and processes shaping
China in the 20th and 21st centuries while at the same time taking into
account historical preconditions. During a semester abroad, students immerse
themselves in a foreign academic culture, extend their language competence
and acquire intercultural sensitivity.
Language of Instruction
Tuition and Fees
English
€ 145 per semester
Duration
Admissions Requirements
4 semesters
BA in the humanities or social
sciences with above-average
performance.
Application Deadline
April 15 (Non-EU-Citizens)
July 15 (EU-Citizens)
Course Start
October
Language Prerequisites
C1 for English, knowledge of the
Chinese language equivalent of B2
Information & Application
Institute of Chinese Studies
www.sinologie.uni-freiburg.de/
studium-en/master
Contact: Mr. Korbinian Schuster
[email protected]
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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC SCIENCES / MASTER’S PROGRAMS – for graduate students Economics (M.Sc.)
The integrated M.Sc. in Economics offers three concentrations:
■ Economics and Politics
■Finance
■ Information Systems and Network Economics
Students gain economic expertise and intercultural sensibility while strengthening
their analytical and problem-solving skills. Graduates acquire key competences
that enable them to pursue careers in industry, national administrations, international institutions, non-governmental organizations as well as in academia.
Language of Instruction
Tuition and Fees
English
€ 145 per semester
Duration
Admissions Requirements
4 semesters
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent,
with well above-average academic
performance, solid knowledge of
micro- and macroeconomics and
quantitative methods; GRE strongly
recommended.
Application Deadline
March 15 (early admission)
May 15 (final deadline)
Course Start
October
Language Prerequisites
TOEFL iBT 100 or IELTS Band 7.0
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Information & Application
Faculty of Economics and
Behavioral Sciences
master.econ.uni-freiburg.de
Contact: Mr. Patrik Nolten
[email protected]
SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC SCIENCES / MASTER’S PROGRAMS – for graduate students Global Studies (M.A.)
The Global Studies Programme (GSP) is conducted jointly by the University
of Freiburg, UCT (Cape Town), JNU (Delhi), Chulalongkorn University (Bangkok)
and FLACSO (Buenos Aires). Through an interdisciplinary curriculum, students
learn to approach the world and globalization from various regional perspectives with a focus on the global South. The experience is enhanced by the fact
that the students study together in three locations on three different continents, and that each GSP-batch comprises students from all over the world.
Language of Instruction
Tuition and Fees
English
4 semesters
Freiburg: 145 €
Cape Town / Buenos Aires:
1250-1350 € / 850 € (+60 €)
New Delhi / Bangkok: 650 € / 800 €
Application Deadline
Admissions Requirements
November 30
April 1
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in
social sciences, good academic
performance and a proven interest
in the common good.
Language Prerequisites
Information & Application
Duration
Course Start
TOEFL iBT100, cBT 250, pBT 600,
Cambridge Certificate CAE or
IELTS Band 7.0
Faculty of Humanities
www.global-studies.com
Contact: Ms. Caroline Janz
[email protected]
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Students may specialize in a particular area of applied physics,
such as optical technologies.
NATURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES / MASTER’S PROGRAMS – for graduate students Applied Physics (M.Sc.)
The M.Sc. Applied Physics provides an interdisciplinary study program at the
interface between fundamental physical concepts and resulting modern technologies. Participants will deepen their knowledge in modern physics and are
introduced to central methods of physical research, like measuring techniques,
methods for data analysis or numerical simulation. In cooperation with associated institutes at the university and with the Fraunhofer Institutes in Freiburg,
the Master‘s program offers the possibility for a specialization in a particular
area of applied physics, such as optical technologies, biological systems,
energy conversion, or interactive and adaptive materials.
Language of Instruction
Admissions Requirements
English
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in
physics with above average
academic performance (typically 32
ECTS in theoretical and experimental physics each, 18 ECTS in
laboratory courses, 24 ECTS in
mathematical courses, bachelor’s
thesis with 10 ECTS)
Duration
4 semesters
Application Deadline
January 15, July 15
Course Start
April or October
Language Prerequisites
English B2 (CEFR)
Tuition and Fees
€ 145 per semester
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Information & Application
Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
Institute of Physics
www.physik.uni-freiburg.de
Contact: Dr. Markus Walther
[email protected]
More than 20 nationalities in a group of 30 students – cultural diversity
is one of the great assets of the program
NATURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES / MASTER’S PROGRAMS – for graduate students Environmental Governance (M.Sc.)
Environmental governance arrangements combine modes of regulation from
market, state and civil society to advance sustainable development. Students of
the MSc in Environmental Governance
■ learn about today’s most pressing environmental and societal issues
■ become competent in examining these issues from different
analytical perspectives
■ acquire the skills needed to thoughtfully design and manage
environmental governance processes
Language of Instruction
Tuition and Fees
English
€ 145 per semester
Duration
Admissions Requirements
4 semesters
May 15
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent,
with well above-average academic
performance in environmental
sciences or social sciences.
Course Start
Information & Application
October
Faculty of Environment and
Natural Resources
www.meg.uni-freiburg.de
Contact: [email protected]
Application Deadline
Language Prerequisites
Level C1 of the Common European
Framework of Reference for
Languages (e.g. TOEFL iBT 100,
IELTS Band 7)
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Environmental issues are best studied in pleasant environments like the Black Forest
NATURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES / MASTER’S PROGRAMS – for graduate students Environmental Sciences (M.Sc.)
The M.Sc. deals with various aspects of environmental change, its impacts on
natural systems and human societies, as well as the development of measures
to mitigate existing and to prevent future problems. Environmental impacts on
wildlife and biodiversity are covered as well as new approaches towards a sustainable bioeconomy including the development of biomaterials and the efficient
use of bioenergy.
Language of Instruction
Tuition and Fees
English
€ 145 per semester
Duration
Admissions Requirements
4 semesters
May 15 (Non-EU-Citizens)
June 30 (EU-Citizens)
Bachelor‘s degree or equivalent
with the average grade above 2.9
according to the German grading
scheme in a subject related to
environmental sciences or forestry.
Course Start
Information & Application
October
Faculty of Environment and Natural
Resources
www.msc-umwelt.uni-freiburg.de
Contact:
[email protected]
Application Deadline
Language Prerequisites
Level C1 of the Common European
Framework of Reference for
Languages (e.g. TOEFL iBT 100,
IELTS Band 7)
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Hot topic in cool environments - can be discussed in the faculty´s retreat hut in the Black Forest
NATURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES / MASTER’S PROGRAMS – for graduate students Forest Sciences (M.Sc.)
The M.Sc. course focuses on the sustainable use of forested landscapes.
Forests provide wood and need to be managed economically but wildlife
protection, biodiversity conservation and other ecosystem services must
also be considered. Students will acquire the knowledge, methods and skills
that are essential for understanding and managing forested landscapes in
order to balance these different and sometimes opposing values.
Language of Instruction
Tuition and Fees
English
€ 145 per semester
Duration
Admissions Requirements
4 semesters
May 15 (Non-EU-Citizens)
June 30 (EU-Citizens)
Bachelor‘s degree or equivalent
with the average grade above 2.9
according to the German grading
scheme in a subject related to
forestry or environmental sciences.
Course Start
Information & Application
Application Deadline
October
Language Prerequisites
Level C1 of the Common European
Framework of Reference for
Languages (e.g. TOEFL iBT 100,
IELTS Band 7)
Faculty of Environment and Natural
Resources
www.msc-forst.uni-freiburg.de
Contact:
[email protected]
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Field trips: Never stop exploring...
NATURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES / MASTER’S PROGRAMS – for graduate students Geology (M.Sc.)
The MSc programme provides a sound theoretical and practical education
in Geosciences. Research focuses on sustainable use of natural resources,
assessment of geological processes and hazards in dynamic context, and
adaptation of ecosystems and human-environment systems to global change.
Parts of the MSc curriculum Geology can be assembled individually by
selecting courses according to a student‘s interest and background.
Language of Instruction
Tuition and Fees
English
€ 145 per semester
Duration
Admissions Requirements
4 semesters
A professionally qualifying appropriate
study program of at least 3 years.
BSc in geology, earth sciences,
geosciences, mineralogy, environmental science, naturals sciences
(chemistry, physics, biology).
Application Deadline
May 15
Course Start
October
Language Prerequisites
Level B2 of the Common European
Framework of Reference for
Languages
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Information & Application
Faculty of Environment and Natural
Resources
portal.uni-freiburg.de/master-geo
Contact: Dr. Heike Ulmer
[email protected]
Modern neuroscience investigates the brain on multiple scales, ranging from the molecular
level to behavior using a combination of experimental and theoretical techniques
NATURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES / MASTER’S PROGRAMS – for graduate students Neuroscience (M.Sc.)
The M.Sc. Neuroscience program provides theoretical and practical training in
neuroscience, covering both the foundations and the latest research in the field.
We offer specializations in computational neuroscience, neuro-/optophysiology,
neurotechnology and neurodevelopment and our modular course structure
caters to the specific backgrounds and research interests of each student.
Language of Instruction
Tuition and Fees
English
€ 145 per semester
Duration
Admissions Requirements
4 semesters
BSc degree in physics, mathematics, biology, behavioral sciences,
computer science or engineering
sciences with a min. grade of
2,5; min. 120 ECTS in natural
sciences, mathematics, computer
science, or engineering sciences of
which at least 20 ECTS must be in
mathematics or physics.
Application Deadline
July 15 (EU-Citizens)
May 31 (Non-EU-citizens)
Course Start
October
Language Prerequisites
English B2 or above
Information & Application
Faculty of Biology
www.mscneuro.uni-freiburg.de
Contact: Sophie Kaiser-Dieckhoff
[email protected]
uni-freiburg.de
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Research topics cover the institute‘s core areas Atomic, Molecular & Optical
Physics, Condensed Matter Sciences and Particles, Fields & Cosmos.
NATURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES / MASTER’S PROGRAMS – for graduate students Physics (M.Sc.)
The Master‘s program in Freiburg provides a comprehensive scientific education in advanced theoretical and experimental physics, covering state-ofthe-art topics in the institute‘s core research areas „Atomic, Molecular and
Optical Physics“, „Condensed Matter Sciences“ and „Particles, Fields and
Cosmos“. During their final one-year Master‘s thesis, students specialize in
a particular field by participating in a cutting-edge research project at the
Physics institute or one of our affiliated research centers.
Language of Instruction
Tuition and Fees
English
€ 145 per semester
Duration
Admissions Requirements
4 semesters
April or October
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in
physics with above average academic
performance (typically 32 ECTS in
theoretical and experimental physics
each, 18 ECTS in laboratory courses,
24 ECTS in mathematical courses,
bachelor’s thesis with 10 ECTS).
Language Prerequisites
Information & Application
Application Deadline
January 15, July 15
Course Start
English B2 (CEFR)
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Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
Institute of Physics
www.physik.uni-freiburg.de
Contact: Dr. Markus Walther
[email protected]
Adjusting a crystal for X-ray characterisation at a synchrotron light source
NATURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES / MASTER’S PROGRAMS – for graduate students Sustainable Materials –
Crystalline Materials (M.Sc.)
Crystalline Materials are the fundamental building blocks of modern materials
science and technology. The solid state of a large variety of materials is a crystalline state. The topics of this MSc program are the understanding of the structure
and the formation of the crystalline state, as well as the related technology.
Parts of the M.Sc. curriculum Crystalline Materials can be assembled individually by selecting courses according to a student‘s interest and background.
Events on sustainability of materials and processing complete the degree program.
Language of Instruction
Tuition and Fees
English
€ 145 per semester
Duration
Admissions Requirements
4 semesters
B.Sc. in earth sciences, geosciences, geology, mineralogy; materials
science, materials engineering,
microsystems technology, electronic
and sensor materials; chemistry or
physics.
Application Deadline
July 15
Course Start
October
Language Prerequisites
Level B2 of the Common European
Framework of Reference for
Languages
Information & Application
Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy
PD Dr. A. Danilewsky ([email protected])
www.cup.uni-freiburg.de/chemie/
studium/MScSustainable-Crystalline
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Structure
NATURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES / MASTER’S PROGRAMS – for graduate students Sustainable Materials –
Polymer Sciences (M.Sc.)
The University of Freiburg in Germany and of Strasbourg in France offer an
International Master program in “Polymer Science” (IM-PolyS).
In an intercultural environment, the IM-PolyS aims at providing a comprehensive and interdisciplinary training including chemical, physical and biological
aspects of polymer and soft matter sciences. Contacts with industry and early
possibilities to specialize according to individual preferences will offer broad
opportunities for a career in the industry or academia.
Events on sustainability of materials and processing complete the degree program.
Language of Instruction
Tuition and Fees
English
€ 145 per semester
Duration
Admissions Requirements
4 semesters
July 15
B.Sc. in materials science, materials
engineering, microsystems technology, electronic and sensor materials;
chemistry or physics.
Course Start
Information & Application
October
Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy
C. Kress-Metzler [email protected]
http://www.cup.uni-freiburg.de/
chemie/studium/master-of-sciencesustainable-materials/MScSustainIMPolyS
Application Deadline
Language Prerequisites
Level B2 of the Common European
Framework of Reference for
Languages
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A robot exploring the sun-drenched library at the Faculty of Engineering
ENGINEERING SCIENCES / MASTER’S PROGRAMS – for graduate students Computer Science (M.Sc.)
The Master program in Computer Science has been designed for highly qualified
graduate students having a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or in a
closely related area. A very flexible curriculum and the large variety of elective
courses offered give you the opportunity to shape your individual profile, specializing in one of the following areas:
■ Cognitive Technical Systems (e.g. Artificial Intelligence, Robotics,
Computer Graphics, Machine Learning)
■ Cyber-Physical Systems (e.g. Software Development, Programming
Languages, Embedded Systems)
■ Information Systems (e.g. Algorithms, Networks, Data Management)
Language of Instruction
Tuition and Fees
English
€ 145 per semester
Duration
Admissions Requirements
4 semesters
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in
computer science or engineering,
information technology, applied
mathematics or in a related study
field. Very good English proficiency.
Application Deadline
December 15, June 1
(Non-EU-Citizens)
January 15, July 15 (EU-Citizens)
Course Start
April, October
Language Prerequisites
TOEFL iBT 100, IELTS 7.0, CAE or
CPE
Information & Application
Faculty of Engineering
www.tf.uni-freiburg.de/mcs
Contact: Ms. Ursula Epe
[email protected]
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Learn how to create smart microchips that can sense things, make
decisions and perform actions
ENGINEERING SCIENCES / MASTER’S PROGRAMS – for graduate students Microsystems Engineering (M.Sc.)
Microsystems, MEMS, micro machines: many names for an exciting and dynamic
discipline that combines areas as diverse as electrical engineering, biology,
manufacturing technology and chemistry, allowing engineers to conceive highly
miniaturized, multi-functional systems. As a student, you will:
■ study at one of the world’s top academic microsystems research
departments (IMTEK)
■ be involved in cutting-edge research with internationally renowned
professors
■ have excellent job prospects in Germany and abroad
Language of Instruction
Tuition and Fees
English
€ 145 per semester
Duration
Admissions Requirements
4 semesters
Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in
engineering or science (e.g., electrical, electronics, mechanical, biomedical engineering, chemistry,
physics) with above-average academic performance; GRE strongly
recommended; high interest and
self-motivation.
Application Deadline
May 1
Course Start
October
Language Prerequisites
TOEFL iBT 92-93, IELTS Band 6.5
or CPE, CAE
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Information & Application
Faculty of Engineering
www.tf.uni-freiburg.de/mse
Contact: Ms. Ursula Epe
[email protected]
Building-integrated photovoltaics
ENGINEERING SCIENCES / MASTER’S PROGRAMS – for graduate students Renewable Energy Engineering and
Management (M.Sc.)
The inter-disciplinary M.Sc. REM enables students to learn about innovation
in a variety of renewable energy topics, as well as how to incorporate the
concept of sustainable developments into business decisions. The program
teaches technical know-how and an awareness of societal problems, both
necessary qualifications for this field.
Language of Instruction
Tuition and Fees
English
€ 145 per semester
Duration
Admissions Requirements
4 semesters
Above average bachelor´s degree or
equivalent in engineering (e.g. electrical, mechanical, chemical, environmental, industrial engineering), natural
sciences or applied life sciences
(forest or environmental sciences).
Application Deadline
May 15
Course Start
October
Language Prerequisites
TOEFL pBT 600, cBT 250, iBT 100
or IELTS Band 7.0
Information & Application
Faculty of Environment and Natural
Resources
www.rem.uni-freiburg.de
Contact: Mr. Stefan Adler
[email protected]
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Sustainability, Engineering, Future
ENGINEERING SCIENCES / MASTER’S PROGRAMS – for graduate students Sustainable Systems Engineering (M.Sc.)
The Master Program Sustainable Systems Engineering (SSE) provides an
in-depth knowledge in sustainable materials, energy systems (especially
renewable energies), resilience, natural resources, sustainable economics,
as well as technology and society. It qualifies for a career in research or in
industries of conventional and renewable energy, supply companies and
infrastructure operators for mobility or energy.
Language of Instruction
Tuition and Fees
English
€ 145 per semester
Duration
Admissions Requirements
4 semesters
Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent)
in engineering or science (e.g.,
electrical, mechanical, electronics
or process engineering) with aboveaverage academic performance;
GRE strongly recommended.
Application Deadline
May 31 (Non-EU-Citizens)
July 15 (EU-Citizens)
Course Start
October
Language Prerequisites
TOEFL ibT 87, IELTS Band 6.0 or
CPE, CAE
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Information & Application
Faculty of Engineering – INATECH
www.tf.uni-freiburg.de/sse
Contact: Ms. Carla Liermann
[email protected]
Credits:
pg. 1: Karl-Heinz Raach
pg. 3: Silvia Gehrke
pg. 4: Grafik: Entelechie / Fotolia Kathrin Jachmann
pg. 7: University College Freiburg
pg. 8: Wolfgang Hochbruck
pg. 9: Jakob Leimgruber
pg. 10: Peter Mesenholl
pg. 11: Daniel Panusch
pg. 12: Joachim Hirschfeld
pg. 13: Sebastian Bender
pg. 14: M. Herrmann Institute of Physics
pg. 15: Faculty of Environment and Natural Resources
pg. 16: Faculty of Environment and Natural Resources
pg. 17: Faculty of Environment and Natural Resources
pg.18: Thomas Kenkmann
pg. 19: Oestergaard Daimler und Benz Stiftung
pg. 20: ATLAS Experiment (c) 2014 CERN
pg. 21: Andreas Danilewsky
pg. 22: Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy
pg. 23: Department of Computer Science (IIF)
pg. 24: Department of Microsystems Engineering (IMTEK) Bernd Müller
pg. 25: BMU / Bernd Müller
pg. 26: Department of Sustainable Systems Engineering (INATECH)
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