Practice-oriented academic courses combined
with application-based research and accompa-
nied by cooperation with regional industry have
an over 50-year tradition at the Ulm University
of Applied Sciences (Hochschule Ulm). We are
dedicated to providing our students with aca-
demic training to be successful in their future
jobs. E-drive technology has been a part of this
for some time now. Our master’s programme
‘Electrical Energy Systems and Electric Mobil-
ity’ qualifies young engineers very specifically
in the core disciplines of electric mobility, for
example electric drive and storage technolo-
gies. We supply industry with specialists in this
innovative field of technology – and the de-
mand is increasing. In three semesters, master
students are not only taught vehicle-specific
competencies but they also gain knowledge in
renewable energies (for example photovoltaics
and intelligent grids), to realise holistic electric
mobility concepts. Some of the courses and
lectures are held in cooperation with external
partners such as EnBW, a utility company, and
‘Zentrum für Sonnenenergie und Wasserstoff’
(ZSW, centre for solar energy and hydrogen
technology). The curriculum is always based on
current demands in industry. At the same time,
students gain practical skills and competencies
in labs, for example in fuel cell or battery tech-
nology, in line with the latest research findings.
practice-oriented university training
Ulm University of Applied Sciences
Prittwitzstrasse 10
89075 Ulm, Germany
Year of establishment:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Claus Kröger
Phone: +49 731 50-16896
Fax: +49 731 50-28478
Master programme in electric mobility qualifies students in innovative technologies
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