Welcome

Climate change, medical progress, modern communication systems: Experts in electrical engineering and information technology are indispensable for the challenges of the 21st century. For many years, the department ETIT at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) has been a leading institution in the German university landscape for the training of electrical and information technology engineers.

The Bachelor's program offers a broad basic education in all areas of electrical engineering and information technology.
The Master's programme builds on the knowledge acquired in the Bachelor's degree and deepens it in one of 23 selectable majors.

Companies appreciate the breadth of the Bachelor's education in combination with the specialization in the Master's. The ETIT course of studies thus provides the best possible qualification for attractive and future-oriented professional fields: Electromobility, Intelligent Car/Autonomous Driving, Renewable Energies and Smart Grids, Medical Technology, Information and Communication Technology, Photonics and Optical Technologies, Micro- and Nanoelectronic Systems.

The unique link between university and large-scale research at KIT provides insights into fascinating large-scale research projects.

Moreover, the department offers attractive opportunities for graduates interested in research to obtain a doctorate after their Master's studies.

 

 

Coronavirus: Information from the KIT Department ETIT

Abbildung Sars-2-Virus Felipe Esquivel Reed, CC BY-SA
Courses for the winter semester 2020/21 started on 2 November, but exclusively in digital form for the time being. Until further notice, students are asked not to come to the campus for courses or for revision. The Dean of Studies and the examination boards for the Bachelor´s and Master´s programs ETIT and MIT have made recommendations regarding the overall situation: Please refer to the corona website of the KIT Department ETIT and to the general information of the KIT crisis committee. Due to the dynamic situation, the recommendations may change at short notice and are updated continually.