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Bachelor program Applied Material Sciences

Today all technological products need high-tech-materials, no matter if it is a machine or a product. Only with innovative material one can increase the power, build longer lifespan, decrease costs and use natural sources better.

Anyone who wants to research on new materials and build a basis for challenging new technologies is supposed to have an interesting study programme with Applied Material Science.  Engineers of Applied Material Science work on an exciting field of activity. Developing new materials, selecting and processing them on the construction are one of the selected tasks.

Graduates of Applied Material Science have an extensive knowledge which gives them good job perspectives in almost every industrial branch. Graduates are also allowed to work as a check organizer or in the public service.

Our subject Applied Material Science is very practical: The focus is laid on four main aspects production, processing, checking and applying of materials.
The study subject was developed with close cooperation with leading industrial companies such as ThyssenKrupp Steel and Deutsche Edelstahlwerke.

Applied Material Sciences

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Kaiser-Wilhelm-Str. 100
47166 Duisburg
Telefon (0203) 52-25167

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58452 Witten
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Consultant Applied Material Sciences

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Final degree

Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)

Study duration


  • full-time study: 6 semester
  • part-time study 9 semester


Application deadlines:

  • For the sommer semester: 15th January
  • For the winter semester: 15th July


International applicants must present transcript and other documents that prove that they are entitled to attend a university in their home country, and that this entitlement is equivalent to the German Fachhochschulreife. Alternatively, they can preent (a) documents that show that they have passed the tests granting them the Fachhochschulreife, or (b) foreign documents recognized by the Ministry of Education that show they have obtained the Fachhochschulreife or the allgemeine Hochschulreife.

Chinese applicants are also required to present the certificate granted by the Academic Testing Center (Akademische Prüfstelle - APS) of the German Embassy in Beijing.

Moroccan applicants must attend a one-year college preparatory program (Studienkolleg). Alternatively, they can present a general or technical baccalaurèat along with documents showing that they successfully completed one year of studies in Morocco in a degree program similar of the one they are applying for.

International students must also present proof that their German language skills are adequate (DSH test, TestDaF).