Sustainable Resources, Engineering and Management (StREaM)
Bachelor of Engineering
First Cycle Programmes
Start of studies
The programme begins each summer semester.
Applicants with foreign certificates please apply till 30 November for summer semester via uni-assist e.V..
Standard period of study
The standard period of study is 7 semesters.
No restricted admission
International, English-taught programme
Special admission requirements
This Bachelor's degree is currently being developed. Subject to the approval of the competent bodies, the new study programme will start from 1 April 2022. The information presented is subject to change.
StREaM is an interdisciplinary, international Bachelor’s programme that combines engineering and economics, with a special focus on sustainability as an overlapping theme. On the one hand, graduates acquire basic knowledge in engineering and in economics. On the other hand, they know and understand the principles of sustainable development as well as its importance for the economy and industry, the environment and to society.
Graduates acquire skills that allow them to:
• identify and analyse problems that intersect engineering and economics and to work with others to develop solutions to these problems
• plan, carry out and evaluate sustainability projects, while taking into account engineering, economic, ecological, societal and cultural perspectives
• communicate, collaborate and cooperate successfully within interdisciplinary and intercultural contexts, also while using digital tools
• reflect on their personal competence development and to continuously develop themselves
Degree course content
|Sustainability as an overlapping theme|
|Engineering and Environmental Sciences Basics|
|Economic Sciences Basics|
An education entrance qualification for the German higher education system is a general prerequisite for admittance to the programme of study.
The language of instruction is English. Evidence of English language knowledge must be provided at Level B2 or above according to the Common European Framework of References for Languages (CEFR).
Job opportunities exist, e. g., in industrial and service companies as well as in the public sector – and generally in any sector where skills are needed to make production and product design processes more sustainable and to use and manage resources and energies in a responsible way.
Their interdisciplinary academic education allows StREaM graduates to work in positions that require an understanding of both technology and economics, e. g., in the fields of product distribution, product development as well as in quality and environmental management. Another field of activity is consulting.
This Bachelor's degree is currently being developed. Applications are expected to be possible from November 2021. International applicants and all those who have acquired their educational qualifications abroad, please apply via uni-assist.