Technische Hochschule Lübeck offers 36 bachelor and master degree programs in four departments.
In the department of Applied Natural Sciences, study and reasearch concentrates on finding solutions for technical and applied problems based on scientific methods. The offered study programs focus on
The Lübeck model in the the department of Architecture and Civil Engineering is determined by the interdisciplinary, project oriented cooperation between architects, engineers and urban planners. Due to its strong regional network, student are involved in local projects and get first-hand information and work experiences. Focus:
The department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science trains broadly based engineers and excels in application-oriented research and transfer services. The department is home to the Competence Center CoSA (Communication, Systems, Applications) that deals with future topics such as digitization, renewable energies and medical technology. The department focusses on:
The largest department, the department of Mechanical Engineering and Business Administration, impresses with its innovative and broad range of studies and transfers, based on the fusion of technology and business. It focuses on:
While most of the degree programs are primarily taught in German, TH Lübeck also offers international master degree programs taught exclusively in English: Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Water Engineering.
Technische Hochschule Lübeck also offers three double degree programs in cooperation with the Milwaukee School of Engineering. Students apply for the regular bachelor study program in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Business Administration and Engineering. After the second year, students can apply for the double degree track if they meet the requirements. Language of instrucation in the first two years is German.
The TH Lübeck has produced a number of videos to present its study programs. Most of them are in German, and not all of them have English subtitles. But if you already speak German and want to get an insight, there are two playlists on YouTube that we like to recommend to you: