Electrical Engineering and Renewable Energies

Electrical Engineering and Renewable Energies Bachelor (EBE)

Electrical Engineering and Renewable Energies  are important key pillars of our country. Nothing works without energy! Renewable Energies are vital, especially facing climate change. 
The power generation has to be managed with renewable energies. The transfer, distribution and invoicing is simplified with new technologies and structures, called Smart Grids. Applications like E-Mobility have to be integrated. Every part has to be represented in a network via Internet. 

Female and male engineers  with an electrotechnical background are one of the most popular professional groups in demand in Germany. Salaries and future career opportunities could not be better currently.
Our students will participate in a multilateral course of studies. It gathers the fields Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Power Engineering. The study course combines small study groups, individual support, intensive practice orientation and close contacts to the regional industry. 

Bachelor structure
1st – 2nd semesterfoundation studies
3rd – 4th semesteradvanced studies
5th semesterindustrial placement
6th – 7th semester advanced studies

Structure of the Bachelor degree courses

All Bachelor degree courses at the Hochschule Mannheim consist of a two-semester foundation course and five semesters advanced study with an integrated internship during the fifth semester.

International Bachelor's degree programmes

The first two semesters are offered in German or English. The main course is taught in German.


Curriculum Foundation Studies

Curriculum Advanced Studies

»The small number of students in a lecture at Hochschule Mannheim definitely helps a lot in having a better understanding of the courses since we have more attention from the professors and since there is more room for open discussions.«


At a glance
GraduationBachelor of Science (BSc)
Study duration7 semesters
Number of places available15
Baselinewinter semester
Application deadline 15 May non-EU-applicants
15 July EU-applicants
SemesterCourse Structure

1st 2nd

Maths, Physics, Computing, Electrical Engineering

German for international students or
English for German students


3rd 4thElectrotechnical content  
Measurement and Controls, Electrical Engineering, Electric Machines and Grids, Renewable Energies
in industry

6th 7thSpecialization in Electrical Engineering
Electric Machines and Drives, Power Electronics, High Voltage Technology and Grids, Renewable Energies
7thResearch projects
Study projects at the University and Bachelor research project at the University or in industry


Course leader

Professor Simon Effler


John Clear

Department E Secretary

Silke Förstermann
+49 621 292-6180

Questions on applying or studying