Electrical Engineering/ Information Technology 3nat (EI-3nat)

Three countries, one degree program: The content of the Bachelor's degree program in Electrical Engineering / Information Technology is taught bilingually in French and German, in Haguenau (France), Neuchâtel (Switzerland) and Offenburg (Germany). Graduates have a wide range of professional fields open to them across and well beyond the border triangle of Germany, Switzerland and France.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION on upcoming tuition fees for international students!

Please note that the government of the federal state of Baden-Württemberg, in which Offenburg is located, plans to introduce tuition fees for non-EU students from winter term 2017/18, amounting to € 1500 per semester, in addition to the current fees. Please take this into account when planning your financial affairs.

For more information please see: https://www.bw-studyguide.de/en/studying/finance-and-funding

Language of instruction German and French
Duration of program 7 semesters (incl. internship (one semester))
Beginning of study program Winter semester
Registration Deadline July 15
Tuition and fees As of the 2017/18 winter semester, the following state tuition fees apply:
- EUR 1500 per semester for international, non-EU students
- EUR 650 per semester for students pursuing a second (non-consecutive) degree in Germany
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Requirements Allgemeine Hochschulreife, fachgebundene Hochschulreife, Fachhochschulreife + excellent knowledge of French and German
Internship Not required
Selection procedure Yes
Accreditation Yes
ECTS 210 credits

Study content

In the first year of their studies in France, which is mainly used for orientation, students acquire the fundamental knowledge they will need later in their studies. From the second year onwards, they are taught in-depth electrical and information technology content, such as communication technology, circuit design and signal processing  [more...]

Career perspectives

The aim of this trinational study program is to qualify students for the fields of applied research, development, project planning, production and sales on both sides of the Rhine and to award them French, German and Swiss degrees in the course of their studies. For example, a study carried out by the Franco-German University in [more...]

Course of study

The study period is 3.5 years. All students are enrolled at the

Classes take place at the Offenburg University of Applied Sciences in German [more...]