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International Computer Science and Computer Engineering Program & International Electrical Engineering Program

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International Computer Science and Computer Engineering Program & International Electrical Engineering Program

Courses

The International Computer Science and Computer Engineering Program (ICEP) and the International Electrical Engineering Program (IEEP) are offered by the Ulm University of Applied Sciences to international Students. All courses of the program are held in English. Students can mix courses from the ICEP and IEEP. It is necessary to coordinate the courses that students want to take, with the corresponding department at their home university. Courses can be either compulsory, elective or just optional. Attendance at the lectures is required.

​ICEP Courses
​Member of the Faculty
​Credits (ECTS)
​Information Security Management​Prof. Dr. Markus Schäffter​4
​Computer Networks
​Prof. Dr. Markus Schäffter
4​
​Machine Vision
Prof. Dr. Herbert Frey​
​4
​Operating Systems I
​Prof. Dr. Joachim Hering
Prof. Dr. Stefan Traub
​4
​Computer Architecture
​Prof. Dr. Manfred Strahnen
​4
Germany In The Last Three Centuries
​Prof. Dr. Klaus Peter Kratzer
​4

​German Language Course (depending on the level)

​Prof. Dr. Ben Dippe
​2, 3 or 5

Here you can find a detailed course description of the International Computer Science and Computer Engineering Program.


​IEEP Courses​Member of the Faculty​Credits (ECTS)
​Digital Integrated Circuits​Prof. Dr.-Ing. Anestis Terzis​4
​Control Technology​Prof. Dr. Michael Lux​4
​Advanced Project Work​Professor of the Faculty​4
​Germany In The Last Three Centuries​Prof. Dr. Klaus Peter Kratzer​4
​German Language Courses (depending on the level)​Prof. Dr. Ben Dippe​2, 3 or 5

Here you can find a detailed course description of the International Electrical Engineering Program.

German Language Courses
The Ulm University of Applied Sciences offers intensive German language courses for students with no or little knowledge of German. The course takes place before the start of the ICEP and the IEEP in March and runs two weeks. Students with previous knowledge of German can take part in an introductory one-week block course to refresh their German and learn about aspects of culture and daily life During the term, the ICEP and IEEP are accompanied by parallel German language classes at different levels.

Application

  1. Students have to be nominated by their home university. The home university sends an e-mail with names & e-mail-addresses to Stephanie.Wagner@thu.de.
  2. Students receive a link for the online-application.

Important Dates / Exams

Arrival and Orientation will take place in the beginning of March or April, depending on whether students participate in one of the intensive courses in March.
Final exams will take place during the last three weeks in June.
You can find the actual semester dates here.

Coordination

Faculty of Computer Science

Prof. Dr. Klaus Peter Kratzer
Academic Director of the ICEP
Room Q 273
Albert-Einstein-Allee 55
89081 Ulm
Tel.: +49 (0)731 502 8604
E-Mail: Klaus.Kratzer@thu.de 

Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

Prof. Dr. Anestis Terzis
Academic Director of the IEEP
Room P 101
Eberhard-Finckh-Straße 11
89075 Ulm
Tel.: +49 (0)731 502 8341


International Office (Akademisches Auslandsamt)

Room E 03
Prittwitzstraße 10
89075 Ulm

Stephanie Wagner
Tel.: +49 (0)731 502 8272
E-Mail: Stephanie.Wagner@thu.de

Anita Everett
Tel.: +49 (0)731 502 8457
E-Mail: Anita.Everett@thu.de

Jeanette Kolb
Tel.: +49 (0)731 502 8023
E-Mail: Jeanette.Kolb@thu.de

General Information

Information about
  • Accommodation
  • How to get to Ulm
  • After you arrive
  • Some more useful information
  • Money
  • Food
  • Dates
  • Some safety tips
  • Field trips
can be found here.


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