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Automotive Software Engineering


Course of studies


Degree

Master

Duration of study (semesters)

4

Language

Deutsch, Englisch

Location

Garching

Description of course of studies

The importance of software-based functionality in cars has continuously grown in the last three decades. New functions have dramatically improved a car’s use, safety, and comfort. Along comes a fundamental change in the corresponding development processes, which have to address the fact that almost every part of a car contains heavily cross-linked and software-based functionality. The numerous dependencies between functions lead to new requirements to software and systems engineering.

The automotive industry needs highly qualified experts to create and implement new processes and methods. This growing need oft excellent software engineers with a broad methodical knowledge and deep domain knowledge is addressed by this course of study.

This master study offers a specific focus on automotive software engineering, by combining elements from computer science, software engineering, automotive engineering, electrical engineering, mechatronic, and economic science. By that, programming languages, modelling techniques, tools and processes can be learned in a depth that is necessary for implementing software-intensive systems in cars. Experienced lecturers from the leading car and car supply companies supplement the course offerings and provide the students with exclusive insights in today’s practice.


Curriculum (link)

http://www.in.tum.de/en/for-prospective-students/masters-programs/automotive-software-engineering/curriculum.html

Major fields of study

This course of study contains elements from computer science, software engineering, automotive engineering, electrical engineering, mechatronic, and economic science. Within the course of study, students can form an individual major by choosing a lab, a seminar and their master thesis’s topic.

Course of studies

Automotive Software Engineering

Internship


Internship

Internship is not a prerequisite for the course of study.

Application and admission


Application

Online-application:http://www.tum.de/en/studies/before-your-studies/application-and-acceptance/

Application period for winter semester: 01.01. - 31.05.
Application period for summer semester: 01.09. – 30.11.

Our online application portal TUMonline will create a checklist with documents you have to hand in. The checklist shows which documents you need for admission and for enrollment.

You must submit the signed application form and all documents you need for admission before the application deadline, i.e. before 31.05. for winter semester and before 30.11. for summer semester. If individual documents for admission are not available up to that date, you can hand them in until 15.08 for winter semester or until 15.2. for summer semester.

You must submit all documents you need for enrollment before 15.09. for winter semester or before 15.03 for summer semester. If individual documents for enrollment are not available at that date, you can hand them in up to five weeks after the start of the lecture period. However, we recommend that you submit all required documents well before the semester begins, as you will not be enrolled until all documents have been received.

Please check your TUMonline account regularly to see if we have any queries to your documents or if you have to amend one or more documents.


Aptitude assessment

yes

Start of course

Winter term or summer term

Admission notification

Online after verification of application documents

Application documents

applicants with a Bachelor's Degree from outside EU: proof of Graduate Record Examination (GRE) General Test“ or „Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering“ (GATE)
http://www.in.tum.de/en/for-prospective-students/apply-for-admission/masters-programs.html
Attention! You will get a checklist of the required documents after completing the online application.


Application documents (International students)

applicants with a Bachelor's Degree from outside EU: proof of Graduate Record Examination (GRE) General Test“ or „Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering“ (GATE)
http://www.in.tum.de/en/for-prospective-students/apply-for-admission/masters-programs.html
Attention! You will get a checklist of the required documents after completing the online application.


Application form/ Online application (Link)

http://www.tum.de/en/studies/before-your-studies/application-and-acceptance/filling-out-an-online-application/

Further information on admission procedure (link)

http://www.in.tum.de/en/for-prospective-students/apply-for-admission/masters-programs.html

Information | Counselling


Academic counseling

Dominik Holling

General student counseling (Link)

http://www.tum.de/en/studies/advising/

Contact

Studienberatung

Study and examination regulations


Examination regulations (Link)

http://www.in.tum.de/en/current-students/administrative-matters.html

Examination information

Examination and academic issues will be handled by the secretary of examination board.

Further links


Website of course of studies (link)

http://www.in.tum.de/fuer-studieninteressierte/master-studiengaenge/automotive-software-engineering.html

Department website

http://www.in.tum.de

Student´s representatives (link)

http://mpi.fs.tum.de/FBI

Gender Equality Officer

http://www.genderzentrum.tum.de/en/wir-ueber-uns/contacts-in-faculties/

Study abroad program coordinator

Dr. Angelika Reiser

Student Advising and Prospective Students Programs


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80333 München

Tel.: +49.89.289.22737
Fax: +49.89.289.22735

 study@tum.de

Student Advising and Prospective Students Programs