An industrial placement is undertaken as part of the electrotechnical undergraduate courses during the fifth semester. For students of the electrotechnical courses this is a possibility to broaden and deepen their knowledge and skills by engineering activities. Furthermore, they will be able to experience working conditions and methods in real life. We recommend German students to their placement abroad. Students from another country are to do their placement in Germany.
> Industrial Placement
The Information brochure written in German language summarises all the important information on the work experience term and should therefore be read thoroughly. It informs on block courses, industrial placement and school internships – only for the Engineering Education programme. You can find all the necessary forms for internship registration and confirmation in the appendix of the document.
Brochure for the internship semester
|Point in Time||Activity||Reference|
|3rd semester||Read Information brochure in German about industrial placement||Brochure|
|Examine placement offers from companies in Moodle||Moodle-course|
|Send application to company|
|3rd 4th semester||Attend 50 teaching units in the seminar key competences 1)||Seminar key competences|
|4th semester||Submit application form and contract in the internship office|
|5th semester||Upload progress report via moodle|
|Visit by a professor|
|6th semester||Hand in final report and confirmation of attendance 2)|
|Submit a certificate of presence at intern office|
|Review the final report with the professor|
|Colloquium upon industrial placement|
1) The Seminar Key Competences (SSK) consists of individual block events. They are part of the practical semester. The current selection of recognized events can be found in the information brochure. EBE and UBE students with no DSH2 at the start of the studies must successfully pass the DSH2 at the end of the 2nd year. A passed DSH2 is then recognized in the SSK submodule as an aquired key competency (language competency) of 50 TU. Further seminars are not required in such a case.
2) Certificate of presence
> Key competencies
Generally The Seminar Key Competences (SSK) consists of individual block events. They are part of the practical semester. The current selection of recognized events can be found in the Information brochure written in German language.
Submodule Soft skills seminar In all events, there is compulsory attendance. EBE and UBE students with no DSH2 at the start of the studies must successfully pass the DSH2 exam at the end of the 2nd year. A passed DSH2 exam is then recognized in the SSK submodule as acquired key competency (language competency) of 50 teaching units to 45 minutes (UE=Unterrichtseinheit). Further seminars are not required in such a case.
> Contact for organising internship semester
questions about the
the internship semester
T +49 621 292-6881/-6267
F +49 621 292-6260
Building B, Room 210
|Mo – Th||09:00 – 12:00|
|13:00 – 15:00|
|Fr||09:00 – 12:00|