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On-Campus Study Programmes in Technology at PFH Hansecampus Stade

Carbon fibre-reinforced plastics (CFRP, colloquially known as "carbon") and other fibre-reinforced composites are regarded as materials of the future. They are particularly robust and corrosion-resistant while, at the same time, being lighter than steel or aluminium. The CFRP branch of the economy is forecast to grow by around 10 percent a year. Lightweight structures made of fibre-reinforced composites are gaining in cross-industry importance, for example in vehicle, machinery and plant construction as well as railway carriage construction and shipbuilding. The PFH's Technology study programme is directly geared to the initial training and continuing education requirements indicated by companies and research institutions with a view to maintaining Germany's competitiveness in this key technology.

Your Benefits

  • Study programmes unique in the whole of Europe
  • Best career prospects in aircraft construction, automotive engineering, machine construction, wind turbine construction and many other industries
  • Up-to-date content provided by professors with practical experience
  • Collaborative partners like Airbus, DLR and Fraunhofer-Institut in the immediate neighbourhood of the campus
  • Individual supervision in small learning groups

Verbundwerkstoffe/Composites
Bachelor of Engineering

This study programme at PFH Hansecampus Stade is aimed at (young) people with a university or higher education entrance qualification who are inspired by technology. It trains students to become high-tech specialists in carbon materials and other composites.

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Verbundwerkstoffe/Composites
Master of Science

This study programme is intended for engineers and graduates of mathematics and natural sciences with professional experience, who would like to gain a qualification in the area of composites via the professional development route. At PFH Hansecampus Stade, you can complete the course either in German or in English.

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