International Programmes 2022/2023

Technical Management (MEng) Technical Management (MEng)

Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau • Wildau

Master of Engineering in Technical Management
Teaching language
  • English

English (100%)

Programme duration
3 semesters
Summer semester
Additional information on beginning, duration and mode of study

The programme starts every summer semester. It has a duration of three semesters. Lectures are held on-site.

Application deadline

15 December 2022 until 15 January 2023

Tuition fees per semester in EUR
Combined Master's degree / PhD programme
Joint degree / double degree programme

More and more, our dynamic economies require people who can work across different disciplines rather than specialists. Future managers and leaders must have a wide range of skills and be able to take a holistic approach while also being able to make clear commercial decisions.

The goal of our Master’s in Technical Management is to equip highly qualified interdisciplinarians with mathematical, technical and business, and economic expertise.

  • Students will gain skills in the following areas:
    • Production Management / Production Logistics
    • Intralogistics
    • Transportation Logistics / Transportation Planning and Control
    • Interdisciplinary tasks
  • Students will develop their abilities to clearly define, analyse, and solve complex problems and tasks
  • Students will be prepared for management tasks (in particular, result-oriented leadership and responsibility as well as managing personnel)
Course organisation

Study Programme

  • Focus on engineering
  • Additional business administration and IT modules
  • Specialisations in the following areas:
    • Logistics
    • Production
    • Transportation (systems)

Structure and Duration of Studies

  • First semester: Lecture programme for all students
  • Second semester: Specialisations
  • Third semester: Master’s thesis
A Diploma supplement will be issued
Course-specific, integrated German language courses
Course-specific, integrated English language courses
Tuition fees per semester in EUR
Semester contribution

TH Wildau charges a contribution of approx. 300 EUR per semester. This includes a ticket for unlimited free public transport in the Berlin-Brandenburg Region for the corresponding semester. Here you can find more details about the composition of the semester contribution in past semesters:

Costs of living

Approx. 600 to 800 EUR per month to cover personal expenses (depending on the accommodation)

Funding opportunities within the university
Academic admission requirements

Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Logistics, Industrial Engineering, or Transportation Systems Engineering

Language requirements

Very good English (C1 – Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)

Application deadline

15 December 2022 until 15 January 2023

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Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau

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The Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau (TH Wildau) is one of four universities of applied sciences in the state of Brandenburg. By combining the familiarity of a small compact campus with its proximity to the international metropole of Berlin, TH Wildau offers the best of both worlds.

A modern campus university on Berlin's doorstep

The university opened its doors in 1991 with just 17 students in the mechanical engineering degree programme. Today there are around 3,500 students, ensuring that TH Wildau keeps its familiar atmosphere. On a modern campus with a direct rail connection to Berlin, aspiring academics enjoy an ideal environment for their studies in a range of disciplines covering the natural sciences, engineering, economics, law, business administration and management.

Practical and application-oriented

The practical orientation of the degree programmes is one of the distinctive characteristics of TH Wildau. Students can carry out practical exercises and experiments with top-quality laboratory and computer technology. An optimal study environment allows creativity and enthusiasm for research to flourish.

Close interaction between the university and the economy

Its potential for scientific innovation and development is what makes TH Wildau a desirable partner for innovative small and medium-sized businesses, as well as large international firms. Collaborations include input into designing the curricula for the degree programmes, to project work for students within the companies and joint research activities. This allows students to gain valuable practical experience in various fields even before they have completed their studies, thus making them an attractive choice for businesses when starting their careers.

Excellent international networking

An international and intercultural outlook shapes each working day at the university. Young people from over 80 countries around the world study at TH Wildau. About one in six students comes from abroad.

TH Wildau actively promotes international exchanges for students and researchers. It is for these reasons that the university cooperates with more than 75 partner universities around the world. TH Wildau has contacts through its traditional partnerships in Eastern and Southern Europe as well as through links to Asia, Latin America, the Arab world, and Africa. Students have a wide range of attractive options for spending a semester studying or working abroad, for learning foreign languages and interacting with other cultures.

A strong research university

TH Wildau has a strong research focus. In comparison to other small universities of applied sciences, it has done exceptionally well in obtaining third-party research funding. Academics are working in over 40 research groups dealing with the latest topics in applied and fundamental research. This has given the university its reputation as a centre of excellence in various scientific disciplines.

16 Percentage of international students
75 Active international partnerships

University location

TH Wildau is located approximately 45 minutes south-east from the centre of Germany’s capital city, Berlin.

Green, interconnected campus

TH Wildau is a campus university. The teaching and administration buildings, dining room, and library are all located on an interconnected campus by the Wildau S-Bahn train station, with direct access to Berlin. This makes studying in Wildau exceptionally convenient.

Modern infrastructure with tradition

The campus is located on a historic industrial and manufacturing site. Where once locomotives were built in vast production halls, today people study, teach, and conduct research. Some of the teaching and laboratory facilities of TH Wildau have been housed within these historic walls, while for others, new buildings have been constructed. This extraordinary mix of old and new continues to attract students and visitors with a passion for architecture.

Prize-winning university library

TH Wildau has a state-of-the-art library in an architecturally dazzling industrial production hall. In 2012, it was nominated "Library of the Year", and not without reason. With its wide range of forward-looking services, this cutting-edge library is setting new standards by developing novel technical solutions for library organisation.