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In this interdisciplinary course, extensive knowledge is provided on all areas of the rescue services in addition to engineering scientific-technical, scientific, economic and social science content. Fire brigade and rescue technology contents are components of the course. The curriculum is composed of seven subjects that are broken down into the basic course (first year), subsequent studies (second year), and consolidation studies (third year). The sixth semester is a practical semester. Here, students are introduced to engineering-related activities from the professional field. The course is concluded with a dissertation.
Possible fields of activity: Management in securing major events, leadership in fire and rescue services, expert and expert activities for health insurance companies, product development and service for manufacturing companies of equipment and procedures for emergency services as well as medical and safety technology, specialist journalism and public relations, management functions in international aid projects.
- General higher education entrance qualification, advanced technical college certificate and three years professional activity.
It is very helpful to have a solid grounding and a lasting interest in subjects such as mathematics, physics, biology and chemistry at the start of the course. You should also have enthusiasm for technical solutions.
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Type of study
Qualification on completion
Bachelor of Engineering
The compulsory, profession-specific pre-study internship comprises 13 weeks. It is strongly recommended that it should be completed before the start of the course. However, this is not a prerequisite.