Aircraft and Flight Engineering (B.Sc.)

Program overview

Aircraft and Flight Engineering, compact


Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) 


Engineering degree program with an emphasis on aeronautics, an international orientation, and parallel flight training

Type of study

Full-time undergraduate degree program

Standard period of study

6 semesters

Credit points

180 credits

Special feature

Flight training at a cooperating flight school accompanying studies Year abroad at a partner university as an integrated component of the study program

Admission requirements

One of the following: advanced technical college entrance qualification, Abitur, preparatory training acknowledged as equivalent, master/technician, entrance exam
Also: 13 weeks of practical training (of which at least 8 weeks must be completed before commencing studies) or recognized vocational training
Also: completion of a training contract for flight training with a cooperating flight school

Application deadline

Winter semester: July 1 (different deadlines for applicants with foreign university entry qualifications, for details please refer to application deadlines with uni-assist)

Start of studies

Winter semester: 39th CW

Course contents

Mathematical and scientific foundations
Foundations of engineering
Engineering applications
Foreign language
Foundations of aviation
Module at a partner university with study focus on aeronautical engineering

Special offers

Undeclared trial course
Course preparation weeks
Mentoring and tutoring programs

Language of instruction

German / At the partner university: English


Osnabrück – Campus Westerberg


Agentur: ZEvA Hannover


For studies at Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences: approx. 300 € semester fee including public transportation ticket
For the year abroad: varies depending on the partner university
For flight training: varies depending on the intended license