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Microelectronics and MicrosystemsMicroelectronics and Microsystems
Hamburg University of Technology • Hamburg
Courses are held in English; German language courses are offered before and during the programme.
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Microelectronics has not only triggered the enormous growth in information and communication technologies, but it has also become an important factor in many other areas. In recent years, technologies originally developed for microelectronics have been applied increasingly to the fabrication of miniaturised systems in electromechanical, electrooptical, analytical or biomedical applications. The new discipline is called microsystem technology. Future development will certainly result in the integration of microsystem components with microelectronic devices. In order to be able to cope with this challenge, the Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH) has introduced an innovative Master's programme in Microelectronics and Microsystems which combines both aspects.
The standard duration of the course is two years. In the first year, students take part in lectures, exercises and laboratory work. A project and a subject-specific seminar or a process design course take place in the third semester. The course is completed with a six-month Master's thesis in the fourth semester.
The technological challenges of modern society and the requirements of the globalised labour market call for an excellent engineering education as well as for a sound additional qualification in the fields of business and management, soft skills and humanities. Therefore, the international Master's degree courses at TUHH include a minimum number of non-technical compulsory elective courses.
You are passionate about engineering, but do you want to go beyond? You can combine this course with a part-time MBA programme in Technology Management at the NIT Northern Institute of Technology Management. Thus, you will meet the industry demand for engineers with a business education. You will graduate with two Master's degrees simultaneously and benefit from multiple career perspectives. See: http://www.nithh.de/doubledegree
Teaching the methodology and logic of engineering - 'learning to think' - is a key aspect of studies at TUHH. Only in this way can one acquire the knowledge to keep pace with rapid technological change. This sound theoretical foundation is rounded off by a well-balanced mixture of practical application in internships, projects and thesis work. It should be noted that students at TUHH are trained to think and decide for themselves, to learn and work independently as well as in international teams representing many different academic, national and cultural backgrounds. TUHH promotes interdisciplinary research, teaching and learning. Students will be integrated into research and development projects at an early stage; this facilitates a smooth transition to working life.
Lab reports, seminar presentations, oral and written examinations, project work, Master's thesis
- International guest lecturers
- Language training provided
One semester abroad is strongly recommended to German students and optional for students of foreign nationalities.
Lectures by international visiting professors are integrated into the programme.
Students are encouraged to carry out their study projects in a company.
- Tuition fees per semester in EUR
- Semester contribution
- Approx. 325 EUR
- Costs of living
- Around 800 EUR per month
- Funding opportunities within the university
- Description of the above-mentioned funding opportunities within the university
- To a limited extent, partial funding in the form of performance-related scholarships, scholarships linked to support work, and scholarships for the final phase of the programme is available for international students at TUHH.For more information, please refer to https://www.tuhh.de/alt/tuhh/education/students/organisational-details-about-your-studies/financing-your-studies.html.
- Bachelor of Science or equivalent in a relevant subject
- Very good previous academic performance
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In principle, there are opportunities to work part-time as a teaching or research assistant at TUHH. However, such jobs cannot be arranged in advance and from a distance. Since the course schedule is very tight and employment regulations for international students are quite restrictive, students cannot depend on this source of income only.
The TUHH accommodation office provides advice and assistance regarding accommodation.
- Welcome event
- Specialist counselling
- Cultural and linguistic preparation
Hamburg University of Technology
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The Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH) was founded in 1978 and specialises in training engineers. There are 7,500 students registered at the university; almost one in every five students is of foreign nationality.
Germany's second-largest city, Hamburg, is an exciting place to live. It offers its residents close proximity to water and green spaces in combination with the benefits of living in the middle of a vibrant metropolis.
Hamburg is one of the most dynamic commercial centres in Europe. Modern services in the logistics, technological, and media sectors have taken their place alongside modern industrial production and traditional trade in shaping Hamburg's economy. As a global hub for overseas transport in Central and Eastern Europe as well as the entire Baltic Sea region, Hamburg benefits from its central position at the heart of Europe's logistical commodity flows. Hamburg is well known as an important place for maritime systems and the shipbuilding industry. The city is also one of the most significant centres for the civil aviation industry worldwide. In Hamburg, environmental awareness has a long history, which will continue on into the future. Today, the Hanseatic city is known as one of the leading centres of research on climate change, the global challenge of our time. The presence of several leading companies makes Hamburg a centre of renewable energy technologies, such as wind power systems.
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