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Aerospace Engineering

Bachelor of Science 

Standard Period of Study: 6 semesters
Teaching Language: German
[Photo: NASA/ESA/ASI/JPL]

This study program is not offered in English. For further information please visit the German version of the study program.

On this page you will find all important information about studying in the Bachelor's of Aerospace Engineering.

You are not studying in the Bachelor's of Aerospace Engineering, but you are interested in it?
Then visit our information page for prospective students.

The study of aerospace engineering at the University of Stuttgart is organized as a six-semester bachelor's program and a four-semester master's program. The academic degrees Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) and Master of Science (M.Sc.) are awarded. 

The structure of the program is consecutive: Bachelor's graduates are prepared for a professional career, and at the same time the B.Sc. degree is the basis for the Master's degree.

In the Bachelor's program, emphasis is placed on teaching a fundamental knowledge, which is supplemented by a broad range of specialist knowledge at the cutting edge of aeronautics and astronautics. This aims to enable students to work largely independently, which favors flexible deployment in demanding professional fields of activity. As a result, versatile career opportunities are also opened up in other areas that require the application of the latest scientific methods and technologies.

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Courses during the winter semester 2022

Courses will be held and planned as presence courses, but will also be supplemented by digital substitutes. Please inform yourself here and especially on the news ticker of the university about the current developments.

International students

The International Office of the University of Stuttgart offers a variety of services for international students, for example an intercultural mentoring program. Please inform yourself in advance. Further information can be found here.

The Aerospace Engineering study program

. Photo: NASA/ESA/ASI/JPL

Bachelor of Science

Introduction and tips for beginning your studies

Please see the Internship Department subpage for important information regarding verification of the pre-study internship experience. 

Introductory events in winter semester

At the start of the winter semester, an introductory event for the Bachelor (B.Sc.) in Aerospace Engineering program will be held on Monday, October 10, 2022 at 10 a.m. at the auditorium 47.01 (Vaihingen, Pfaffenwaldring 47).

In addition, the MentorING program takes place every year to provide orientation and to ensure an optimal start to studies, in which 15-20 students are supervised by two mentors for the first semester. Registration takes place via the website of the student group ("FLURUS").

What job prospects are available to me after graduation?

Engineer in the field of research, development, design, system integration, production, quality assurance, project management, technology management, maintenance, logistics, certification, training, etc. in companies and public institutions within and outside the aerospace industry.

Further job descriptions and activity information can be found in the BERUFENET database of the German Federal Employment Agency:

  • BERUFENET

Accreditation

The quality of this degree program has been certified.

Contact for further questions

Michael Reyle

Dr. rer. nat.

Academic Employee, Program Manager Aerospace Engineering

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Christian Koch

Dr.-Ing.

Academic employee, Academic advisor, deputy head of the institute

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Student Counseling Center

 
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