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How long you will study
4 Semester

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Course starts
October, April

International course fees
EUR 5400 per semester

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About New Mobility - Micromobility at PFH Private University of Applied Sciences

For you, deciding between car, bus or train is ancient history? Are you interested in sustainable ways of getting around? The Master's study programme New Mobility & Modern Drive Concepts provides a study programme in a growing and future-oriented subject area.

The Master's programme is aimed at engineers from a wide range of disciplines as well as designers who are enthusiastic about materials, locomotion and lightweight construction. The study programme offers the best professional conditions thanks to the special expertise in lightweight construction and fibre composites, which has been part of the PFH in research and teaching for years. In addition, you will apply the knowledge you have acquired during your studies to practical, "real-life" projects.

As a graduate of the New Mobility degree programme, you will be involved in the development of mobility solutions and will be able to use your knowledge to understand mobility concepts and evaluate them.

The University offers the professional development engineering programme, leading to a Master of Science (M.Sc.), in "New Mobility - Micromobility" at PFH Hansecampus Stade

Your Benefits

  • Interdisciplinary study programme that includes engineering, business science, digitalization and sustainability
  • Putting theory into practice through numerous projects and case studies
  • Completely in English and according to the latest industry requirements
  • Up-to-date content provided by professors with practical experience
  • Selected management content in the study programme
  • Individual support in small learning groups

Your degree in New Mobility - Micromobility

The aim of the Master's programme "New Mobility and Modern Drive Concepts" is to deepen the knowledge of engineering, information technology and business administration already acquired in a previously completed Bachelor's degree programme.

Developing interdisciplinary and non-technical knowledge is another aim of the programme. As a result of the increasing social influence of ethical issues and aspects of sustainability, these topics are also an integral part of the degree programme "New Mobility and Modern Drive Concepts".

In addition to the technical knowledge, the aim is to enable graduates to quickly familiarise themselves with new tasks methodically and systematically and to develop solution concepts.

Study Content

The Master's programme lasts four semesters, in which you deepen your knowledge in digitalization, innovation and sustainability as well as ethical and legal issues in an international and intercultural context.

You will gain practical knowledge through numerous projects and case studies in each semester. In preparation for the job market, you will not only acquire the needed theoretical knowledge in the field of modern drive concepts. You will also acquire important skills to help you apply this knowledge into practice and learn how to use relevant tools.

In addition, you will be able to oversee projects with different frameworks and work with others to come to a successful product.

A scientific-theoretical orientation of the master's programme is shown in the examination of current research statuses in the lectures, as well as in the preparation of scientific papers.

Content of the Study Programme

  • Basic and advanced knowledge in engineering, management, digitalization and sustainability
  • Specialization in mobility, such as vehicle categories, modern drive concepts and electromobility
  • Infrastructure issues related to transport and road networks
  • Change Management and Leadership
  • Design for mobility concepts
  • Practice project
  • Master's thesis

Career Prospects

With the focus on New Mobility, graduates are able to develop leadership skills at a higher management level. They will be involved in the development of mobility solutions as well as planning and strategically oriented decision-making.

Study options for this course

  • The award How you will study How long you will study Course starts Domestic course fees International course fees
  • The awardMScHow you will studyFull-timeHow long you will study4 semester
    Course startsOctober, AprilDomestic course fees find outInternational course feesEUR 5400 per semester

Entry requirements

Completed university degree in (industrial) engineering, a technical-scientific area or a closely related subject.

Proof of advanced English language skills, eg TOEFL iBT, IELTS, ESOL CAE or BEC Higher.

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