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Web Session: M.Sc. in International Automotive Engineering – FH Aachen University

Event Information

May 19, 2021, 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Organiser: DAAD Regional Office New Delhi


The course is taught in English. It teaches methods and techniques in the field of powertrain and body engineering and deepens the fundamentals of engineering science. The programme is accredited by the accreditation authority AQAS.

A high degree of practical relevance is ensured because lecturers have many years of experience in industry or large-scale research and study as well as thesis projects are conducted with partners from industry and research institutions.

The Master's degree programme has been offered since 2014/15. It can be studied in a 3 semester variant (Master of Science, M.Sc.) or 4 semester variant (dual degree with RMIT).


  • Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Esch, Program Manager Master Automotive


  • Kaustubh Joshi, B.Eng., student assistant, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering - Vehicle Concepts and Body Engineering
  • Viraj Bhimjyani, student assistant, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering - Powertrain Engineering
  • Pruthvignan Thota, M.Sc in International Automotive Engineering, alumnus, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

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