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Introduction for Freshmen
Before beginning their studies, we recommend new students to participate in the pre-courses of Mathematics.
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Businesses demand scientifically educated engineers with the necessary professional broadness and practical orientation.
More details on career prospects
Access to studies at the School of Electrical, Information and Media Engineering
Apart from the regular enrolment procedure for students who have a general or subject-related entrance qualification (“Abitur” or “Fachabitur”), there are also possibilities to enroll at the School of Electrical, Information and Media Engineering for prospective students with vocational qualifications or professional competence.
Access requirements can be found here.
Access to the studies of Print and Media Technology
Bergisches Schul-Technikum (BeST)
The Bergisches Schul-Technikum has a special focus on experimenting. Here, pupils from grade 9 onward can get to know various areas of technology and perform a lot of fascinating experiments.
The demand for young people with an interest in technologically is high.
The webpages of the Bergisches Schul-Technikum (BeST) can be found here
Summer University for Ladies
Student tutors make it possible for small groups to experience university life, gain and exchange experience, maybe even develop new and seemingly impossible perspectives, and definitely have fun bringing order into the chaos of career choice.
More information on our summer university can be found here.
Start of Studies in the Summer Semester
In contrast to other universities, the School of Electrical, Information and Media Engineering at Bergische Universität Wuppertal has structured the courses of study in Electrical Engineering (B. Sc. and M. Sc.), Information Engineering (B. Sc. and M. Sc.), Computer Science (B.Sc. and M. Sc.) and Industrial Engineering (M. Sc.) in such a way that students can begin their studies both in the winter semester (mid-October) and in the summer semester (March/April) of each year without any major coordination problems.
On the one hand, this saves unnecessary waiting times at the beginning of your studies, and on the other hand, it allows a flexible adaptation of the timetable in case of deviations from the standard period of study.
In order to implement this measure, which shortens the total length of studies, courses covering two semesters or courses that build on each other are offered in parallel, shifted by one semester.