International Industrial Engineering
Today the Baltic Sea, tomorrow the whole world! Not a problem if you've studied International Industrial Engineering in Stralsund and all of that without study fees and minimum grades (NC). The program itself also combines the best of both worlds - business and technology - and thanks to the additional intercultural experience you will gain, it prepares you for managerial positions in Germany and abroad. And you won't just learn all you need for your career at HOST. Located right beside the sea, you'll be sure to have lots of fun!
|Program||International Industrial Engineering (WIIB)|
|School||School of Engineering|
|Starts in||Winter semester|
|Admission||no admission restrictions|
|Length of study||8 Semesters|
|Credit points||240 ECTS|
|Degree||Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) or if requested Diplom-Wirtschaftsingenieur (FH)|
|Main language of instruction||German (partly English)|
- Secondary school leaving certificate (Abitur or equivalent) or
- College leaving certificate from a technical college (Fachhochschulreife or equivalent) or
- Master’s certificate under the apprenticeship system (Meisterabschluss) or equivalent professional vocational training examination or
- Entrance examination
Information for foreign applicants: Incoming
This program requires a preliminary internship of 8 weeks that has to have been completed by the end of the fourth semester. It is recommended that the internship is completed at least 4 weeks prior to commencement of studies.
The contents of the preliminary internship should be geared towards the following sectors (each 4 weeks):
- Business internship
(Cost accounting, Purchasing, Procurement, Marketing, Sales and other business departments)
- Technical internship
(basic training in metal and plastic machining, working, design, production engineering, assembly, montage and quality assurance)
International Industrial Engineering is a modification of the program Industrial Engineering, where the focus is laid on internationalisation. During the first semesters, students learn the basics of technology, business sciences and computer science. The language skills are developed from the fourth semester onwards (usually English) and important soft skills are trained. Starting in semesters five and six, more than half of the courses taught are organised in elective modules. Two further semesters are spent abroad in non-German speaking countries. The first of these two semesters, the seventh semester, is reserved for more study courses that students can choose at a partner university abroad. After this, the eighth semester is intended as an internship in the same country abroad. Studies are concluded with the bachelor's dissertation. By offering more courses in a foreign language and including aspects that compare international countries and cultures in the program, you are prepared for a managerial role on the international job market.
- allgemeine Hochschulreife (Abitur) oder
- Fachhochschulreife oder
- Meisterabschluss bzw. eine gleichgestellte berufliche Fortbildungs- oder Fachschulprüfung (nähere Infos bei der Allgemeinen Studienberatung) oder
Informationen für alle Bewerber*innen mit ausländischen Zeugnissen: Incoming
Es ist bis zum Ende des vierten Fachsemesters ein Vorpraktikum von 8 Wochen zu absolvieren.
Es wird empfohlen, möglichst 4 Wochen vor Studienbeginn zu absolvieren.
Die Inhalte des Vorpraktikums sollen sich an folgenden Schwerpunkten orientieren (jeweils 4 Wochen):
- Kaufmännisches Praktikum
(Rechnungswesen, Einkauf, Beschaffung, Marketing, Vertrieb und andere kaufmännische Abteilungen)
- Technisches Praktikum
(Grundausbildung in Metall- oder Kunststoffbearbeitung, Konstruktion, Arbeitsvorbereitung, Fertigung, Montage und Qualitätssicherung)
General Student Advice Office
Goals and Career Prospects
The aim of this program, which is based on scientific principles and practice-oriented, is qualifiying the students to be employable on the international job market after their studies. Industrial engineers combine their hybrid knowledge based on their technical and business training and thus provide the industry and service sector with direct access to profound interdisciplinary qualifications. Engineers who have completed this program also distinguish themselves thanks to their language skills and intercultural competence that they have gained from their time spent abroad.
The occupational profile covers generally all areas of industry, from the production to the service sector. Graduates will be able to find jobs in departments that coordinate technical and business tasks, such as purchasing, production, logistics, marketing, sales, controlling, organisation and data processing. Due to the competencies that have been gained abroad, students are well trained for working in or managing international mixed teams.
ECTS: European Credit Transfer System
SWS: Teaching hours per week
What Kind of Study Type are You?
Apart from having the opportunity to study the bachelor program International Industrial Engineering as a full-time degree, the program can also be completed as part of a dual program (duales Studium) with extended practice or part-time. This way studying can be tailored flexibly to meet your personal demands for your family or job.
• Semester timetables
• Block week
• Dates and deadlines
• Examination plans
• Examination board
• Module description
• Framework Examination Regulations
• Subject Examination Regulations
• Study Regulations
- The School and the University invest substantially in their laboratories to keep up-to-date with industrial technology.
- Student team projects such as the Baltic Racing Team or the participation in the Shell ECO Marathon receive the School's full support and regularly win prizes.
- Professors come from the industry and are recruited specifically for this reason.
- Lots of the bachelor graduates have already signed their employment contracts before finishing their bachelor's dissertation.
- Graduates tend to work on research and development projects, whether at the University, as a student assistant or in the industry.
- Dissertations can also be written and presented in English, if the students have spent time at international companies.
- 90 percent of the dissertations are written in the industry and in research that is closely related to the industry.