Prospective students need a Bachelor's degree in an environment orientated study program or in engineering sciences at least 180 credit points. Further prerequisites are:
- English language - B2-standard of the European framework of reference for languages,
- German language - B2-standard of the European framework of reference for languages,
- verification of at least
- twelve credit points in Engineering mathematics,
- twelve credit points in physics/mechanics/statics/mechanics of materials and
- six credit points in chemistry/process Engineering.
A maximum of six credit points can be made during the first year of study.
More information about the permission modalities for Environmental Engineering Sciences are available here.