KIT - Carl Benz School of Engineering
"German Engineering“ – Bachelor Program in Mechanical Engineering
The Carl Benz School of Engineering is the Mechanical Engineering College of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany and was founded in 1999. CBS offers an English-taught Mechanical Engineering (International) Program with the final degree Bachelor of Science. The Carl Benz School strives to provide its students the best education and training to prepare new leaders in engineering, development and production. Specializations are offered, e.g., in Global Production Management, Energy Engineering and Automotive Engineering.
The unique concept of CBS comprises high-quality lectures by excellent professors of KIT combined
with an individualized all-in-one service package, additional courses support, and mentoring.
A strong cooperation with industry is essential to Carl Benz School. Thus, CBS established a brand new industry teaching format for students choosing the specialization Global Production Management. These get the opportunity to take part in a practical phase at Daimler, Bosch or Carl Zeiss working on smart factory topics, e.g., an innovative product or a smart manufacturing solution with a chance of a subsequent bachelor thesis with the company.
On top, Karlsruhe is one of the most dynamic high-tech areas in Europe – not only Daimler but also companies such as Bosch, Siemens, ABB, and Michelin have their production facilities there.
Several rankings declare the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) as leading university in Mechanical Engineering in Germany.
The application deadline for the Early Admissions Exams is on February 15, the Pre-Semester application is possible until April 30, 2017!
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