Environment, Water and Infrastructure Management Programme (B.Eng.)

Important notice: All courses will be offered in GERMAN!!!

The study programme

Growing cities along with increasing demand for water and traffic require new approaches to civil engineering. Sustainable concepts for the environment, water and infrastructure that contribute to climate protection and climate adaptation are needed. The Bachelor's degree programme "Environmental, Water and Infrastructure Management" – EWIM in short – features innovative study content such as sustainable mobility concepts and intelligent traffic control, water protection, flood and heavy rain prevention and water supply and disposal.

Study programme objective

Graduates are sought-after experts who have learned to combine technical and economic requirements with ecological and social aspects and to prevent conflicts through communication and participation. After successfully completing the programme, students are awarded with the internationally recognised academic degree "Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)". Interested graduates can then decide to enrol in a suitable Master's degree programme.

Job market qualification / career prospects

EWIM engineers can work for engineering firms, public authorities and construction companies as well as in environmental or research institutions. They are in demand worldwide as civil engineers and environmental experts. They can work in the areas of

  • Hydraulic engineering and water management
  • Water protection
  • Adaptation of infrastructure to climate change
  • Road and traffic planning
  • Road and civil engineering
  • Spatial and urban planning

In today's construction industry, it is more important than ever to consider and link ecological, structural-spatial, social, legal and economic requirements when planning.
The career prospects are meaningful and future-proof: EWIM graduates help make infrastructure, resource consumption and water use sustainable for the people of our planet. For a secure future worth living in.

Study programme management and contact

Head of Programme – contact details

Student Advisory Service – contact details