Study Plan BSc. CEP
The B.Sc. CEP programme provides students with a comprehensive understanding in clean energy processes. The study plan includes:
- Basic science (e.g. mathematics, physics)
- Basic engineering (e.g. Foundations of chemical reaction engineering, materials and structures, measurement systems)
- Basic economics
- Subject-specific basics (e.g. renewable energies, electrochemistry, fundamentals of energy resources)
- Active project
- 2 elective modules
- Bachelor’s thesis
For all Bachelor modules, see study plan [link].
Apply for Bachelor CEP
- Application for the CEP B.Sc. programme is possible for the winter semester only
- The application is possible from mid-April onwards via the campo portal.
- Deadline for applications 31.08.2021 [extended].
- We advise applicants from abroad to apply well before this date.
- Please make sure to submit all neccessary documents for application to FAU’s admission office via post as soon as possible. Incomplete applications will not be accepted!
Please be aware that the secondary education qualification from your school in your home country does not neccessarily entitle you to study at a German university. International applicants might have to take an assessment examination (Feststellungsprüfung) before they can be admitted. Information on the types of international university entrance qualifications and the type of access to university can be found here. If you are not sure whether your educational background can be considered a University Entrance Qualification in Germany please visit the website of the Central Office for Foreign Education (ZAB) in Bonn, Germany. Under “Schulabschlüsse mit Hochschulzugang” you may find information regarding foreign University Entrance Qualifications and their equivalent in Germany.
All applicants to the B.Sc. CEP have to pass a qualification assessment test (Eignungsfeststellungsverfahren) in order to enrol in this programme. This is to ensure that proficiency in English and Mathematics is at a level which will allow them to study successfully. Please take note of the following points:
- The qualification assessment test has two steps. If you pass the first step you are admitted to the second step. The first step is done automatically as the admission commission checks the relevant documents for application.
- The first step is based on your grade in the German Abitur or some acknowledged equivalent to this from other countries and your grades in English and Mathematics.
- The second step is based on your grade in the German Abitur or some acknowledged equivalent to this from other countries and your grade from an admission interview that will be conducted by the admission commission.
- The admission interview serves to demonstrate your interest in studying the degree programme and your abilities in the fundamental subjects of the degree programme (mathematics, physics and chemistry).
- No application for the qualification assessment test or admission interview is neccessary. Step one of the test is done automatically once applicants have submitted their complete application.
The regulations for the qualification assessment test (Satzung des Eignungsfeststellungsverfahrens) can be found here here.
- School leaving certificate (complete certificate)
- If applicable: complete Transcript of Records of previous studies
- Chronological CV in English in a tabular form (i.e. not as a free text).
- Motivation letter in English. Please set out your qualification for the degree programme and let us know why you chose the degree programme (max. 2 pages).
- Optional documents:
- Proof of internships, vocational training, work experience
- Other forms of proof (e.g. proof of voluntary work).
Please make sure to submit all documents related to your university entrance qualification. They can include proof of previous studies or the proof of the assessement examination from the preparatory college in Germany (Studienkolleg) among others. Please visit the website of the Central Office for Foreign Education (ZAB) in Bonn, Germany to check which documents might apply to your case. Under “Schulabschlüsse mit Hochschulzugang” you may find information regarding foreign University Entrance Qualifications and their equivalent in Germany.
The application for the CEP program must be submitted online, via the campo portal using the following steps:
- Register an account in the FAU-IdM System.
- Sign in at the campo portal.
- Submit your online application for CEP.
- Please make sure to immediately submit all neccessary documents for application to FAU’s admission office via post. The address is specified on the application form along with all required documents. Incomplete applications will not be accepted!
- The application is only considered complete once you have finished the online application and sent all neccessary documents for application to FAU’s admission office.
- Wait for notification from FAU.
Please see the video below for instructions on how to apply online in campo.
What qualities and skills do I need?
Applicants should have
- an interest in science and engineering
- a good understanding of mathematics and basics in physics and chemistry
- curiosity towards sustainability issues and economic correlations associated with the changing climate
- a good amount of team and communication skills, as your peers will become your work, study, and leisure family with joint lab courses, research projects, course assignments and extracurricular activities
- all prospective students should be united in the incentive to reshape industrial processes with clean energy technologies
There is a rising demand for engineers that have an extensive knowledge of innovative technologies for renewable new energy systems and energy production. Graduates can significantly participate in the successful introduction of new sustainable energy systems and energy processes and adequately evaluate sustainability on a global scale. As they have more experience with international and research-related topics than other graduates, they are especially suited for tasks on the highest level of engineering or to pursue further studies leading to a master’s degree and/or PhD.
- Energy production and logistics
- Process optimization and intensification
- Consulting and auditing
- Energy companies/providers
- Sustainable chemical industry
- Sustainable bio-industry
- Policy and decision making
- MSc. and later on PhD. in (sustainable) chemical and process engineering
Your application documents can be in either German or in English. The curriculum vitae and the motivation letter must be in English.
- When applying or enrolling you will need to provide officially certified copies of relevant certificates, diplomas and other documentation issued overseas. Officially certified translations can be in the follwoing languages: German, English or French.
- Please see the website on the certification of documents and translation for more information.
- Applicants from abroad need to see the information on document certification outside of Germany.
Upon the arrival of your documents for application or enrollment FAU does not send out standardized confirmations of receipt of the documents.
It can usually take 2-3 weeks after arrival of the documents until they are processed since several thousand applications are received by the relevant FAU offices each semester. You will be informed by FAU as soon as your documents have been processed. Please kindly wait until you are notified.
No application for the qualification assessment test or admission interview is neccessary. Step one of the test is done automatically by checking the relevant documents once applicants have submitted their complete application. Once passed successfully, applicants will be invited for the admission interview.
- Content: Standard in the fields of mathematics, physics and chemistry and ability to outline the contents of the degree programme and motivation to participate in the programme.
- Language: The interview is conducted in English.
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