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Study Electromobility

Key to climate-friendly mobility

11.1.2023 | DIT Public Relations

The Deggendorf Institute of Technology (DIT) has developed a new Master’s programme that focuses on electromobility. In 2022, electromobility has noticeably gained momentum in the German automotive industry. It is the key to climate-friendly mobility. There is still a lot to be done to ensure that the transition to e-mobility finally succeeds. The university will train the right engineers from the summer semester of 2023.

The main topic of the Master’s degree are the design and function of the drive systems as well as the charging structure and the energy components battery and fuel cell. A high proportion of practical teaching units was important to the makers. For even more practical relevance, course director Prof. Dr.-Ing. Frank Denk even brought the student association “Fast Forest” on board. Students from all disciplines come together to develop and realise racing vehicles. Depending on their personal interests, students of the Master’s in Electromobility can choose between two focus areas. The programme is recommended for graduates with a Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, information technology or related subjects. The application deadline for the summer semester is 15 January. All information can be found on the university’s website: www.th-deg.de/em-m-en

Bild (DIT): Anyone interested in the new Master’s programme in electromobility at the Deggendorf Institute of Technology can contact programme director Prof. Dr.-Ing. Frank Denk: frank.denk@th-deg.de.