In the bachelor programme, students obtain general knowledge of scientific and technical basics, the latest railway technologies, regulations, production methods, business administration, legal aspects, management and social skills, as well as business English and English for the railway industry.
Mathematics, physics, IT, electrical engineering and telecommunications
Business and law
Legal regulations governing railway systems, railway organisation, and basic principles related to business, markets and customers
Work and teamwork approaches
Personal development, team management and cross-cultural cooperation
Railway infrastructure and railway operations
Railway operations and railway management, technical systems, rail track planning, rail systems (heavy and light), railway substructures and superstructures, bridge construction, tunnel construction and technical maintenance of railway infrastructure
Rolling stock and traction technology, transport planning and simulation, project management, railway infrastructure and the environment
In semesters five and six, students select one of the following three specialisations:
- Railway Operation and Systems Engineering
- Structural Engineering
- Management of Railway Systems
Introduction to academic approaches; two bachelor papers and seminar
The programme covers English for the railway industry and business English. Students obtain a level of language proficiency in line with that for international language certificates. This provides them with the language skills necessary for consulting work and presentations, holding training and development courses, as well as preparing academic publications and lecturing.
Students are required to complete an internship of at least eight weeks in the railway sector.