Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering Bachelor (EEB) with a focus on
E-Mobility and Autonomous Driving

Electromobility is an important building block for addressing climate change. In combination with autonomous driving, an exciting and dynamic technology field is developing around the mobility of tomorrow. For Germany as an industrial location, especially for the automotive and supplier industries, it is important that there are enough enthusiastic young engineers for its economy to continue to be competitive in this field.

The focus on electromobility and autonomous driving includes, for example, energy storage, charging infrastructure, networked sensors, artificial intelligence, efficient and powerful drives, safety as well as user-friendly operating concepts and applications. Engineers with this background will continue to be among the most sought-after professional groups in Germany, with pay and future prospects excellent. Our students can expect an outstanding and exciting course of study. From the very beginning, the study programme is characterised by small group sizes, individual support, high practical orientation and close contacts with 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.


»Here in Mannheim, I can actively shape the mobility of tomorrow!«

At a glance
GraduationBachelor of Science (BSc)
Study duration7 semesters
Number of places available30
Baselinewinter semester
Application deadline 15 May non-EU-applicants
15 July EU-applicants
 SemesterCourse Structure
1st + 2nd semesters


Maths, Physics, Computing, Electrical Engineering, Language
German (for international students) or
English (for German students)


Choice of the focus in semester 3


3rd + 4th

Specific topics according to the chosen focus 

Automation and Industrial Internet of Things:
Automation Technology, Industrial Internet of Things, Motion Control, Signal Processing, ...

Power Engineering and Renewable Energies:
Power Engineering, Renewable Energies, Electrical Machines and Drives, Smart Grids, ...

E-Mobility and Autonomous Driving:
Electrical Machines, Sensor Networks, Signal Processing, Energy Storage, Artificial Intelligence,  ...

5th semester


in industry

6th + 7th semester


Specialization in topics of Semesters 3+4 by
elective courses an research projects

7th semester

Research projects

Study projects at the University and Bachelor research project at the University or in industry


More detailed information can be found here


Course leader

Professor Simon Effler


John Clear

Department E Secretary

Silke Förstermann
+49 621 292-6180

Questions on applying or studying