Bachelor of Science - Electrical and Computer Engineering
- 3 years
- 20 000 EUR/year
- Sep 2022
- Jul 2022
- Bremen / Germany
Microelectronics advancements have triggered a digital revolution in which computers take center stage. While we still think of computers as desktop or laptop computers, digital computing and digital signal processing have become critical for many of the products we use every day, including cars, mobile phones, tablets, cameras, household appliances, and more. The Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) program focuses on communications and digital signal processing, including the enabling digital processing elements and their programming. These enabling technologies are mostly grouped under the umbrella of embedded systems.
Six semesters of study totaling 180 ECTS credit points comprise the three-year undergraduate program (CP). The 3C-Model, an innovative and student-centered modularization scheme, groups the disciplinary content of the three study years according to overarching themes.
- General Electrical Engineering I (7.5 CP)
- General Electrical Engineering II (7.5 CP)
- Module: Programming in C and C++ (7.5 CP)
- Classical Physics (7.5 CP)
- Introduction to Computer Science
- Signals and Systems (7.5 CP)
- Digital Signal Processing (7.5 CP)
- Communications Basics (5 CP)
- Electromagnetics (5 CP)
- Electronics (5 CP)
- Wireless Communication (5 CP)
- Information Theory (5 CP)
- PCB design and measurement automation (5 CP)
- Wireless Communication II (5 CP)
- Coding Theory (5 CP)
- Digital Design (5 CP)
- Radio-Frequency (RF) Design (5 CP)
Fee for two semesters (1 year) is € 20,000 for international students:
- Direct/billed charges*
- Tuition € 20,000
- Room (subsidized) € 3,750
- Board € 3,000
- University Fee € 120
- Semester Tickets € 480
- Broadcasting Fee € 54
- Enrollment Deposit (one time only) € 500
Total € 27,904
- Indirect estimated expenses*
- Residence Permit € 100
- Health Insurance € 1,260
Total € 1,360
*All fees are subject to change and this information sheet should be considered a guide only.
Requirements for applicants
- Recommendation letter (from a teacher, counselor, chancellor, or principal)
- Official or certified copies of high school transcripts (last 2-3 years of transcripts)
- Educational history form
- Standardized testing (sat/act)
Fall 22 admission to Constructor University does not require SAT/ACT. Applicants can skip SAT/ACT. If your high school diploma doesn't grant you straight entrance to a German institution, SAT/ACT may be required for enrollment. Constructor University doesn't require test scores from Abitur graduates. If you don't submit a standardized test, your application will be evaluated based on your personal essay, recommendations, academic achievements, extracurricular activities, and application presentation.
- Language proficiency test
Test scores might show a non-native speaker's English skills. You'll get a waiver if:
- natural English speakers;
- trained entirely in English for at least 6 years;
- 600 or higher on Evidence-Based Reading and Writing;
- 9 or higher on ACT Writing.
- Motivation statement
About the university
Constructor University is one of the most internationally focused educational institutions in the globe and is located in Bremen, Germany. Since its inception in 2001, the university has attracted a diverse and talented student body from all corners of the globe.
More than 1,500 undergraduate and graduate students from more than 110 countries are presently residing on campus and being prepared for a global career in business and science.
Constructor University has a wide range of degrees that combine different fields of study, from the natural sciences, math, and engineering to the social sciences and economics.
Classes are small, and each professor works as a mentor and academic advisor for each student. From the first year of school, students are interested in research. Constructor University students learn to be responsible global citizens who can use the skills they've learned to make a change in the world.
Mission and goals
University goal is to inspire young, talented people, regardless of nationality, religion, or background, to become global citizens who can assume leadership and responsibility for the future sustainable and peaceful development of humanity through academic education, intensive support, and living together on an international campus.
From this mission statement, Constructor University has deduced four key goals for its educational profile:
- Quality is achieved, in part, by early student involvement in research projects, multidisciplinary instruction, and individualized academic mentoring.
- Individual development the development of social and self-competence in a diverse community.
- Interculturality fostering intercultural competence by residing on a campus with students from more than 110 different countries and learning there.
- Competence building providing the specialized and transdisciplinary skills necessary for a successful career in business or science.