Information events

School is over – what now? Do something! Advisory Evening 06/28/2017

What specialization fields are provided by the "Electrical Engineering and Information Technology" (ELI) and "Electrical Engineering for Renewable Energies" (ERE) Bachelor's programs? What does the new "Physics and Technologies for Space Applications" Bachelor’s degree program have to offer?

Where can I find work as an engineer? Which companies concerned with renewable energies can be found in the Middle Hesse region? Is there a direct transition from the Bachelor’s degree program to the working life in the industries? What are the consecutive Master’s degree programs?

These and many more questions by those interested in studying engineering were posed at the "Advisory Evening for Study Programs in Giessen": June 28th, 2017; from 17:00 to 20:00; EI department, main floor A20.

Read more: Advisory Evening for Study Programs (2017)


Insight into study programs for Electrical and Information Technologies


In February, classes from three High Schools in Giessen and the surrounding areas visited the Electrical and Information Technologies (EI) department to inform themselves about the structure, contents and curricula of study programs at THM.

Each accompanied by one of their teachers, circa 20 school students from Theodor-Litt School in Giessen visited us on February 8th, and circa 10 Students from Friedrich-Dessauer School in Limburg visited us on February 14th. On February 15th, we welcomed another group of students from the Werner-von-Siemens School in Wetzlar.

Read more: School Excursions to the EI department (02/2017)


On January 25th and 26th, the University Info Event (UIE) 2017 took place at THM, University of Applied Sciences Giessen-Friedberg. Students from educational institutes of all kinds — female and male alike — had the opportunity to inform themselves about the possibilities provided by the THM departments. At our department, one gained insight into our Bachelor’s degree programs "Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies" (ELI) as well as "Electrical Engineering for Renewable Energies" (ERE).

Read more: UIE – University Info Event (02/25–02/26)


Between which specialization fields of the "Electrical Engineering and Information Technology" and "Electrical Engineering for Renewable Energies" Bachelor's programs can I choose? Where can I find work as an engineer? Which companies specializing in automation technologies can be found in the Middle Hesse region? Is a Bachelor's degree sufficient enough to jumpstart one's career?

Read more: School is over - what now? Do something! Advisory Evening (July 6)