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Computer Science

Autonomous Systems (MSc)

The English-language programme is the first Master’s degree course dealing with autonomous systems in Germany. It is run by globally recognised robotics experts, and the b-it bots RoboCup team has been successful on an international scale for several years.

Lecture language: 
English

General information about applying

For applicants requiring a visa: For the Winter Semester: January 15th the same year the semester starts For the Summer Semester: July 1st the year before the semster starts.
For applicants who do not require a visa: For the Winter Semester: August 15th the same year that the semester starts For the Summer Semester: February 15th the same year that the semester starts.

Business Information Systems (BSc)

The degree programme in Business Information Systems provides students with an in-depth academic education and practical training in areas which bring together computer science and business administration. Students learn how to plan, develop, operate, use and assess business information and communications systems.

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

Application for the winter semester may be submitted between 15 May and 15 July.

Computer Science (BSc)

The study programme provides students with the methodological basics, systematic approaches and quality-oriented techniques needed for work in subject areas of computer science, including computer systems, programming, networks, embedded systems, multimedia and computational biology.

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

Deadline for online enrolment for the degree programme: 17 September.

Computer Science (MSc)

The MSc in Computer Science is a postgraduate programme which conveys advanced scientific concepts and methods of computer science with an application-oriented perspective. The programme turns our graduates into IT-all-rounders while also allowing them to specialize in one or more subjects according to their personal interests and career goals.

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

Your application for the summer semester may be submitted between 15 November and 15 March and for the winter semester between 15 May and 15 September.

Computer Science dual (BSc)

Students acquire a double qualification consisting of a vocational training and an academic degree (bachelor of science).

Lecture language: 
German

Visual Computing & Games Technology (MSc)

You have a strong interest in the technical side of computer games? You always wanted to know the science behind the entertainment? Then the Master "Visual Computing and Games Technology" is just right for you!

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

Your application for the summer semester may be submitted between 15 November and 15 March and for the winter semester between 14 May and 15 September.

Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Technical Journalism (EMT)

Electrical Engineering (BEng)

From regenerative energies and electromobility to mobile telecommunications and space travel, without electrical engineering, there would be no opportunity to use and control these technologies. Above all, the challenges of the future such as the energy transition, digitization and sustainable mobility make this discipline essential for modern life. The practice-oriented bachelor’s degree programme in Electrical Engineering (BEng) prepares students for a career with a secure future.

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

Winter term enrolment from 15 June to the start of the semester.

Electrical Engineering (MEng)

The Master programme Electrical Engineering provides a deeper insight into various fields of electrical engineering and emphasis the aspect electronical system development. Students are also required to work independently on a current research topic.

In cooperation with the Universidad Nacional de San Luis (Argentinia) you can study a binational program and a obtain a double master degree.

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

Your application for the summer semester may be submitted between 15 November and 15 March.

Electrical Engineering – Cooperative Study (BEng)

From regenerative energies and electromobility to mobile telecommunications and space travel, without electrical engineering, there would be no opportunity to use and control these technologies. Above all, the challenges of the future such as the energy transition, digitization and sustainable mobility make this discipline essential for modern life. The cooperative bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering (BEng) combines the study of engineering and business training and leads to a vocational qualification and a university degree after four-and-a-half years.

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

Deadline for the winter term enrolment: 17 september.

International Media Studies (MA)

The bilingual Master’s programme in International Media Studies, which is offered in conjunction with the University of Bonn and the Deutsche Welle broadcasting station, integrates issues relating to media and development cooperation, on the one hand, with media management and communications science, on the other. Above and beyond this, the programme includes journalism and practical media-based projects.

Lecture language: 
English

General information about applying

You can apply for this study programme for the winter semester 2020/21 probably from 5 March 2020.

Mechanical Engineering (BEng)

Applicants who select the bachelor's degree programme in Mechanical Engineering (BEng) at the H-BRS are choosing a practice-based course with modern technology and first-class studying conditions. For our future engineers, joint projects with industrial companies are a matter of course. With the option to study mechatronics and product development, the programme offers areas of specialism that are in high demand in business. From the car industry and the energy sector to plant construction and mechanical engineering, this forms the basis for success for many areas of industry.

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

Application for the winter semester may be submitted between 15 May and 15 July.

Mechanical Engineering (MEng)

The Master’s programme in Mechanical Engineering deals with the interaction between mechanical, electronic and IT-disciplines. The studies provide students with in-depth insights into the discipline of mechatronics or virtual product development (VPO). Students are also required to work independently on a current research topic.

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

Your application for the summer semester may be submitted between 15 November and 15 March.

Mechanical Engineering - Cooperative Study (BEng)

Applicants who select the bachelor's degree programme in Mechanical Engineering (BEng) at the H-BRS are choosing a practice-based course with modern technology and first-class studying conditions. For our future engineers, joint projects with industrial companies are a matter of course.The cooperative degree in Mechanical Engineering (BEng) combines studying with business training and leads to a vocational qualification and a university degree after four-and-a-half years.

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

Deadline for the winter term enrolment: 17 september.

Sustainable Engineering - Cooperative Study (BEng)

Do you want to change and improve the world as an engineer? Then the cooperative bachelor’s degree programme in Sustainable Engineering (BEng) is the right one for you. It combines electrical engineering and mechanical engineering and focuses on energy efficiency, regenerative energies and sustainability. As a cooperative degree, it combines studying with business training and leads to a vocational qualification and a university degree after four-and-a-half years.

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

Deadline for the winter term enrolment: 17 september.

Sustainable Engineering (BEng)

Do you want to change and improve the world as an engineer? The bachelor's degree programme in Sustainable Engineering (BEng), which combines mechanical engineering and electrical engineering with aspects of sustainability, offers a particular emphasis on renewable energies, energy efficiency and environmental technology. As well as a solid foundation course, modules such as measurement and regulation technology and thermodynamics provide an engineering background.

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

Your application for the winter semester may be submitted between 15 May and 15 July.

Technical Journalism (BSc)

Whether it’s digitization, the energy transition, or Industry 4.0, technology is changing society and has an enormous impact on our everyday lives. As a qualifying technical journalist, you learn to professionally process content using different channels: in word and image, via audio and video, or via blogs and social media. The range of topics covered by our bachelor’s degree programme in Technical Journalism (BSc) is broad, from issues relating to energy, the environment and mobility to media technology, games, virtual reality and IT.

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

Deadline for online enrolment for the degree programme: 17 September.

Technology and Innovation Communications (MSc)

The Master’s programme in Technology and Innovation Communications deals with the question of how to communicate technical and other innovations more effectively. In doing so, it also provides students with in-depth insights into social aspects and issues relating to the assessment of technical outcomes.

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

Your application for the summer semester may be submitted between 15 November and 15 March.

Visual Technical Communication (BSc)

Whether it’s via computer, smartphone or digital assistance systems, when it comes to explaining and presenting the wide range of technical products available, communication experts with technical skills are needed. The use of videos, graphics and virtual reality is becoming increasingly important in this field. Our bachelor’s degree programme in Visual Technical Communication (BSc) is our response to this development. It is directed at anyone interested in on-screen design, communicating through animation and film and who want to tell exciting stories about all aspects of technology.

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

Application for the winter semester may be submitted between 15 May and 15 July.

Management Sciences

Business Management (BSc)

The Department of Management Sciences offers the degree programme in Business Management (BSc) at both the Sankt Augustin campus and the Rheinbach campus. The two programmes have the same content, but take place at different locations.

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

Your Application for the winter semester may be submitted between 15 May and 15 July. Your Application for the summer semester may be submitted between 15 November and 15 January.

Business Psychology (BSc)

Are you interested in the relationship between human behaviour and business issues? Do you want to learn more about the interconnection between experience, behaviour and business success? Then our bachelor’s degree programme in Business Psychology (BSc) is just right for you, since this Bachelor of Science course combines psychology with business economics.

General information about applying

Application for the winter semester may be submitted between 15 May and 15 July.
Application for the summer semester may be submitted between 15 November and 15 January.

Business Psychology (MSc)

The aim of the masters‘ programme in business psychology is to convey applied knowledge, skills and methods for a self-reliant occupation in business psychology. This aim is to be achieved by using well-grounded business psychological fundamentals and methods as a basis in order to deepen understanding for economic goals, processes and behavior. This masters’ program is a full-time programme.

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

Application for the summer semester may be submitted between 15 November and 15 January.

CSR & NGO Management (MBA)

The MBA program is designed for international students with professional experience who wish to develop their management skills. The program offers academic, interdisciplinary and intercultural exchange and deals with the management of corporate social responsibility and non-governmental organizations (CSR & NGO). Students of the MBA program will learn how to promote sustainability within a non-governmental organization or a CSR department.

Key facts about our MBA Program:
• Internationally recognized MBA degree
• Full-time or part-time studies possible
• Weekend classes only
• Perfectly compatible with work or family life
• English taught curriculum
• Team-oriented with small interactive classes
• International and multidisciplinary study groups
• Lecturers and experts from academia & practice
• AQAS Accredited MBA program

Lecture language: 
English

General information about applying

Application deadline: 31. March (if visa required), 30. June (if no visa required).

Innovation and Information Management (MSc)

Within this Master’s programme, students widen their expertise in business administration, information technology and law, expressly linking the knowledge thus acquired with skills in IT and information management. In addition, students learn to initiate and manage change processes in all of a company’s departments.

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

Your application for the summer semester may be submitted between 15 November and 15 January.

International Business (BSc)

The English-language bachelor’s degree programme in International Business (BSc) at the H-BRS offers you a solid foundation for your international management career. The programme covers international business management methods and in-depth knowledge of financial markets, international trade and globalisation.

Lecture language: 
English

General information about applying

Your application for the winter semester may be submitted between 15 May and 15 July.

Management Accounting and Management Control (MSc)

Within this Master’s programme, students learn to improve strategic and operational planning, decision-making and organisational processes. In addition, they widen their skills in using management accounting tools in key departments of a company.

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

Your application for the summer semester may be submitted between 15 November and 15 January.

Marketing (MSc)

The goal of the Master's programme is to give students a deeper understanding of marketing issues on the basis of a sound marketing-related training. In particular, various technological developments and future trends are taken into account in the development of markets. This ensures that the students are prepared for future market requirements and are very attractive for a potential employer. Classes will take place both on Campus Rheinbach and on Campus Sankt Augustin.

International quota: 7% of the available study places are reserved for applicants from non-EU countries. In terms of figures: 2 study places per year.

Lecture language: 
English

General information about applying

Applications for this Master’s course will be accepted from January 1 until July 15 each year. For applicants with Non-EU nationality, degree or diploma certificates that include the average grade, applications will be accepted from January 1 until March 31 each year.

Natural Sciences

Analytical Chemistry and Quality Assurance (MSc)

The study programme covers the fields of safety and security research, in particular with respect to food, medication, the environment and chemicals. It also provides students with methodological skills in the areas of instrumental analytics for chemistry and biology. Lecture languages: 50% German, 50% English.

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

Your application for the winter semester may be submitted between 15 May and 15 September.

Applied Biology (BSc)

Our English language Applied Biology bachelor’s degree (BSc) at the H-BRS focuses on the modern disciplines in biology: cell culture, immunology and genetic engineering. The emphasis of the degree course is on clinical research, active agent development and quality assurance and offers the ideal basis for a career in industry and research.

Lecture language: 
English

General information about applying

Your application for the winter semester may be submitted between 15 May and 15 July.

Biomedical Sciences (MSc)

This Master‘s programme offers a broad scope of in-depth insights in the biomedical field. In particular, the programme covers research topics from biomedicine, pharmacology, human genetics, neurobiology, immunology and physiology. Furthermore, applied topics such as toxicology, drug development, clinical research and regulatory affairs are also part of the curriculum. This degree programme is taught in the English language.

Lecture language: 
English

General information about applying

March 1st for Non-EU students and September 15th for German and EU students.

Chemistry with Materials Science (BSc)

Our bachelor's degree in Chemistry with Materials Science (BSc) combines research-oriented study of chemistry with technology- and application-oriented materials engineering. You learn and study in the Applied Sciences field in an inspiring work environment, with the latest work methods and using state of the art techniques and analysis equipment.

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

Winter term enrolment from 15 June to 15 October.

Forensic Sciences (BSc)

The degree programme teaches skills in forensic analytics with a focus on chemistry, materials science and biology. The natural sciences training is supplemented by criminological work at the crime scene, the law and quality assurance.
Lecture languages: 50% German, 50% English.

Lecture language: 
German, English

General information about applying

Application for the winter semester may be submitted between 15 May and 15 July.

Materials Science and Sustainability Methods (MSc)

The study programme covers the fields of materials science and technical sustainability. It also provides students with methodological skills in the areas of materials development, processing and analysis plus the fields of sustainability aspects as efficient materials, life cycle assessment, conservation of resources and renewables.
Lecture languages: 50% German, 50% English.

Lecture language: 
German, English

General information about applying

Your application for the winter semester may be submitted between 15 May and 15 September.

Social Policy and Social Security Studies

Analysis and Design of Social Protection Systems (MA)

The international Master’s programme is aimed at students who wish to deal with social security systems and who are also interested in intercultural exchange. The on-campus and online phases provide students with the opportunity to develop an international network and connect with practitioners in the field of social protection.

Lecture language: 
English

General information about applying

The online application portal for the following winter semester will open on December 1 of each year and will close three months later on March 31, if student visa is required, and on June 1, if no student visa is required.

Social Security Management – Accident Insurance (BA)

Our dual bachelor’s degree programme in Social Security Management (BA) offers an overview of the social security systems in Germany. Here, the focus of the study at the Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences (H-BRS) is on statutory accident insurance in relation to organisation, funding and prevention, as well as rehabilitation and compensation services. A study contract with a statutory accident insurance company is required.

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

To be admitted to the programme, students are required to undertake a study agreement with an accident insurance provider. The period for the online enrolment expires on 20 august.

Sustainable Social Policy (BA)

Growing poverty, unequal education opportunities and social injustice. Germany needs someone to tackle these problems and who does more than just talk about them. Someone who will also be important for future generations. If you want to take a critical look at our social system, analyse problems, develop ideas to solve them and communicate with the right target group via the media, then the bachelor’s degree programme in Sustainable Social Policy (BA) is exactly right for you.
*** We have compiled a list of answers to frequently asked questions about the programme, as well as detailed information for prospective students and applicants, under “Related documents”. ***

Lecture language: 
German

General information about applying

Application for the winter semester may be submitted between 15 May and 15 July.