Study Service Engineering (B.Eng.)

Information for prospective students of Service Engineering (B.Eng.)

Would you like to come in contact with many people in your profession?
Do you wish to be qualified for a global professional field with international clients and customers?
Are you interested in travelling and open to different cultural experiences and new ways of engaging with other societies, cultures, markets and people?
Would you like to have a professional role that challenges you in stimulating ways?
Would you like to learn more about technical contexts and complex products?
Are you interested in applying and developing your organizational talents in a professional context?

If you have answered most of these questions with yes, our new Bachelor programme 'Service
Engineering Mechanical Engineering' is just the programme for you!

Business engineers and generalists form the interface between technical and economic specialists. The potential fields of activity are manifold and demanding and the demand for junior staff is high in the service industry. This is why graduates in Service Engineering (B.Eng.) have excellent career prospects in mechanical and plant engineering and can expect above average starting salaries. If you are interested in technology, like dealing with people - no matter where in the world - love variety and challenges and you like to take on responsibility, you should study Service Engineering.

We currently do not accept applications.

The enrollment was possible until the beginning of the lecture period.



Service Engineering

Bachelor of Engineering


7 terms, full-time

ECTS credit points


Program start

Winter semester

Application deadlines

Till begin of the lectures (early October)



Admission requirement

Pre-study internship required (13 weeks, 8 weeks must have been completed prior to enrollment)

This degree course was accredited by the German Accreditation Council until September 30, 2031.

It was additionally accredited by the ENAEEEUR-ACE Bachelor.

News from the study programme

For the first time, the alumni day of our Service Engineering course took place on two days, a weekend characterized by professional exchange and the establishment of new contacts. Friday was all about practical experience: during a guided tour through the production facilities of Linde Material Handling in Aschaffenburg, the participants gained exclusive insights into the efficient production processes and the application of state-of-the-art technologies in the field of material handling.

On Saturday, the focus was on professional exchange. Prof. Dr. Stegelmeyer gave a brief overview of the Service Engineering course and the role of alumni work at the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences. The report by an alumnus about his professional life was particularly enriching, highlighting the diverse career opportunities in service engineering. The day was concluded with a tour of Linde's Experience Hub, where we were able to see the latest innovations and technologies in material handling.

This event not only provided valuable insights into the production of an industrial company, but also strengthened the network among the participants. A successful weekend that underlined the importance of lifelong learning and exchange among engineers.

Course catalogue

The interdisciplinary curriculum entails the most important aspects of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and business administration (service management). Graduates receive after a regular period of study of seven semesters the academic degree 'Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)'.

Core electives

You will find the elective module offer of your study program on our learning platform CampUAS. There you can find out about the modules and enroll directly in the corresponding courses.

Sabine Heimann-TrosienTeaching unit officer for the mechanical engineering degree programs
Building BCN, Room 624
Kamal BoudouhPrüfungsamt der Maschinenbau-Studiengänge
Building BCN (City Gate), Room 624
Prof. Dr.
Dirk Stegelmeyer
Head of degree course: Service Engineering (Bachelor)
Building BCN (City Gate), Room 626
Cigdem Cevahir-KartalkayaPrüfungsamt der Maschinenbau-Studiengänge
Building BCN (City Gate), Room 610

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last updated on: 03.25.2024