Germany, Munich

Engineering for Sustainability

when 3 July 2017 - 4 August 2017
language English
duration 5 weeks
credits 14 ECTS
fee EUR 1790

The summer school is a five-week program. International students participate in an intensive German Language and Culture course in the first week and continue these studies part-time throughout the program.
Students select two credit courses, which are taught in English by multi-national teams of two renowned lectuers from Munich University of Applied Sciences, California Polytechnic State University (USA) and the Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship (Munich). Each subject course covers a minimum of 40 teaching contact hours, including laboratory experiments and simulations.
The following courses are planned for summer 2017: Smart Vehicles, Smart Environments, Gas Turbines, Internal Combustion Engine, Sustainable Entrepreneurship, Hydraulic & Pneumatic Engines.
The academic program also includes a number of relevant field trips and cultural events. Please visit our website for detailed course descriptions.

Course leader

Courses are tahught by renowned lectureres from MUAS, Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship and California Polytechnic University.

Target group

The program is intended for advanced undergraduate students in Mechanical Engineering, Automotive Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Industrial Engineering from Germany and abroad.

Course aim

Students attending the summer school should intesify their knowledge in their fields of study and have the opportunity to get to know Munich and German language and culture.

Credits info

14 ECTS
14 ECTS Credits for the successful attendance of the German Language and Culture course plus two subject courses.

Fee info

EUR 1790: For non-partner universities. Accomodation costs are not included.
The program fee covers the tuition for the German Language and Culture class, two subject courses, the official cultural and social program, free internet access at the university and a welcome package.
EUR 1650: For partner universities. Accomodation costs are not included.
The program fee covers the tuition for the German Language and Culture class, two subject courses, the official cultural and social program, free internet access at the university and a welcome package.

Scholarships

More information coming in November