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M.Sc. Textile Engineering – accreditation of "The Textile Institute"

Our M.Sc. Textile Engineering (Textile) is accredited by the renowned "The Textile Institute", placing it as one of three excellent educational programs in Germany. The Textile Institute accredits a selection of courses worldwide in all areas of textile industries, while promoting professionalism in the sector globally.

This course accreditation is highly valued by international students as the qualifications are recognized by companies worldwide. In addition to successfully completing an advanced degree program, employers recognize that the graduates have developed important professional skills.

Our M.Sc. Textile graduates work, for example, as product developers, project managers or managing directors in the fields of security, production of industrial machines or research.

Specialized engineers in textile technology

Using fibers and textile fabrics in industries such as automotive, aeronautics, construction, healthcare, and energy and environment is becoming increasingly important. The M.Sc. Textile secures the demand for specialized engineers in textile technology by training highly qualified experts in the field of textile machinery design and in the development of processes and operations for the production of all types of textiles.

With the understanding of the entire textile value chain, our graduates are ideally equipped to work in the international industry thanks to the interdisciplinary curriculum and bilingual teaching in German and English.