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Here, students give insight in what it is like to study at our Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology.
Beginning your studies?
Here, sophomores share their own first semester experience and provide useful tips and information, which they wished to have known prior to beginning their studies.
In 2016, David graduated as Master of Science from the degree programm Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, having studied automation technology beforehand. David now works as software engineer at Schunk Sonosystems but remains a member of our department's robotics working group M.A.M.U.T. His checklist provides you with some crucial tips for your first semesters.
Adalbert (29) is currently in his fifth semester of Automation Engineering (B.Eng.). Prior to his studies he trained as an industrial electrician, and then to become a goverment certified technician. After that, he worked for four years. At the beginning of his studies he encountered severe problems with physics and mathematics.
Erhan (25) is in his seventh semester of Automation Engineering (B.Eng.) and is a member of our department's Robot Research Group M.A.M.U.T. He will tell you where to eat well during lunch break when you do not feel like eating at the university cafeteria once in a while.
Alexandra (22) is in her seventh semester of Automation Engineering (B.Eng.). Before that, she studied information and communications technologies. Alexandra has been toying with the idea of spending a year is the U.S. as an au pair after completing her bachelor’s degree.