In the Bachelor programme students obtain general knowledge in scientific and technical foundations, current railway technologies, regulations, production methods, business administration, legal subjects, management, social skills as well as business and railway English.
Mathematics, physics, informatics, electrical engineering and telecommunication
Business and law
Legal regulations of railway systems, railway organisation, basics of business, market and customers
Working and cultural techniques
Personal development, team management, intercultural cooperation
Railway infrastructure and railway operation
Railway operation and railway management, technical systems, rail track planning, rail,systems (Heavy Rail and Light Rail), railway substructure and superstructure, bridge construction, tunnel construction, technical maintenance of railway infrastructure
Rolling stock and traction technology, transport planning and simulation, project management, railway infrastructure and environment
In semester five and six students have to choose their field of expertise from one of the three branches of study:
- Railway operation and systems engineering
- Structural engineering
- Management of railway systems
Introduction to scientific work and two Bachelor papers with seminar
Rail and business English. Students gain language skills on the level of international certificates qualifying for consulting and presentation tasks, for training and further education, and for publishing and presentation activities.
A work placement in the railway sector of at least eight weeks is required.