Elektrotechnik, Maschinenbau und Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen

Terms and Definitions

What does one Credit mean? What are the course regulations useful for? Here you will find all the important terms and definitions.


It regulates the content of your course. The curriculum provides study timing recommendation and information about week amount of hours per a module.

Course and Examination Regulations

Cover the study regularities and guidelines for each department of the university. Together with the curriculum , course and examination regulations specify which examinations  must correspond to a certain module, and also when they should be performed and how many credits you  will have "on the account" after completion of a module.


The course Electrical and Electronics Engineering has module structure: content-related studying sessions that must be completed with final examination or other different course achievements. Successful completion of a module is provided with credits, the amount of which depends on the corresponding to the module average work load. Work load includes both coursework - activity in the classroom and pre-and after courses work.


Credits (according to the European Credit Transfer System ECTS) are evaluation points. It is evaluated the workload per module. Credits and modules descriptions allow the mutual recognition of examination results between universities, in such a way that transcript of records is possible, for example, for a semester abroad.

Number of Semesters Needed to Complete the Course

In Electrical and Electronics Engineering Bachelor Degree there are at least seven semesters. Six of them at the university: with lectures, practice, laboratory work and projects. The seventh semester is reserved for the internship and Bachelor thesis. If you would like to concentrate more on the practical aspects of the specialty, you are able to take eight semester, then the seventh and eighth semester are dedicated to projects, internships and  Bachelor thesis. You have also a choice to go for seventh semester abroad.
Basic and Special Subjects

In the first three semesters of the bachelor course you acquire basic skills:  mathematics, scientific and engineering basics. In the next three semesters you deepen knowledge in engineering subjects in the area of application. Through elective modules you can get certain specialization, for example, such as Electronics Engineering, Communication Engineering or Automation Engineering.