Patent Engineering

Patent Engineering study in Jena

Patentingenieurwesen berufsbegleitend studieren
  • Master of Engineering
  • 5 semesters (career-integrated)


JenALL e.V.
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Career Opportunities:
It can be categorically stated that the career prospects for excellently trained experts are outstanding. Accessible to graduates of this unique, Germany-wide Master's course, in conjunction with their initial engineering or natural scientific qualification, are the particular vocational fields of specialists (such as product and process developers) who are equipped with additional, extensive theoretical and practical knowledge of protection law and so assume higher positions within companies.

Graduates typically work in mechanical and plant engineering, the automotive industry, the aerospace industry, environmental engineering, medical engineering and the optical industry.

Entry Requirements:

The entrace requirements for the Patent Engineering Master's course is the successful completion of an engineering or natural science course of study (e.g. mechanical engineering, precision engineering, electrical engineering, automotive engineering, material engineering, business administration and engineering, process engineering, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology or similar with a Master’s, diploma or Bachelor’s as an academic degree grade (with at least seven semesters and 210 ECTS points) and one year work experience).

Fees are payable for the course. Applicants with an overall grade of 2.0 or higher for their Bachelor's, Master's or diploma examination are accepted with no further tests. All other applicants must take an aptitude test.

If a Bachelor's degree is acquired with less than 210 ECTS points, students are able to benefit from a special curriculum to make up for the credit deficit. The special curriculum must be approved by the faculty's board of examiners.


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