- Career Development
The CD offers free services for students of all departments and semesters of the Lübeck University of Technology as well as for their graduates until two years after graduation.
- Individual counseling on study, job and career issues
- Application portfolio check
- Workshops on the development of key competencies, application training and workshops on life and career planning
- Infothek on job search, occupational fields and job opportunities
- Database to search for companies
For the workshops, please register independently in the learning room: CD event series
TH Lübeck / Career Development
Mönkhofer Weg 239, Building 36, Entrance C, Room 36-0.42
TH Lübeck offers employers several ways to get in touch with students:
- Stellenwerk: Employers can publish their job offers in Stellenwerk, the official job portal of the Lübeck universities. Unfortunately, another type of publication is not possible at TH Lübeck
- Company Contact Fair: At the career day, companies have the opportunity to get in touch directly with students of the TH
- The dual study program StudiLe at the TH Lübeck
- Language Center
As a central institution, the Language Center is responsible for providing compulsory and elective language courses at the THL. The wide range of application- and competence-oriented language teaching is aimed at TH students of all departments and can also be used by students of the University (UzL) as well as the University of Music (MHL).
On our page in the "Lernraum" (Moodle) you will find our current course offerings at the beginning of the semester and can register for your desired courses there.
UzL & MHL students without access to our "Lernraum" are asked to contact the Language Center directly for further questions regarding lecture schedules, course registration, etc. >>>write E-Mail
Foreign language competence is a key qualification for all students who want to secure their professional opportunities at home and abroad. The Language Center offers suitable foreign language courses in preparation for a semester abroad, provides international students with German courses at all levels, and offers a comprehensive range of courses in specialized English. The offer is supplemented by the course "Intercultural Competence".
Participation in the courses offered by the Language Center is free of charge. Most of the language courses are so-called elective modules in which examinations can be taken. Depending on the study regulations and the individual course of study, 5 credit points can be credited for these courses.
The following courses are offered:
English Foundation Course (A2-B1 / 4 SWS): This course aims at students whose English is not good enough yet to follow an English class for specific purposes. Four intensive teaching units per week are accompanied by guided intensive self-study in this specially setup foundation course. The learning objective is to reach level B1 upon completion of the course.
Technical English I (B1-B2 / 4 SWS): In this course you will acquire basic Technical English skills relevant for your engineering studies and your professional field. Competences trained in this course are e.g. process descriptions, product descriptions, operating instructions, presentation language and small talk in a professional context. The portfolio examination is skills-oriented and includes a presentation on a specific technical topic.
Technical English II (B2-C1 / 4 SWS): In this course you will improve your knowledge of Technical English. Competences are expanded and trained on an advanced level, e.g. communication and discussion skills. Additional practice focuses on writing professional and study-related texts.
Business English I (B2 / 4 SWS): This course is aimed at students of all study fields who want to improve their command of English particularly in a business context. The relevant Business English skills practiced are based on authentic materials (business texts) and case studies. Course topics are e.g. job applications, e-mails, meetings, presentations and small talk in a professional context. The portfolio examination is skills-oriented and includes a presentation on a specific business topic.
Business English II (B2-C1 / 4 SWS): This challenging course is aimed at students of all study fields and builds on previously acquired skills in English for specific purposes. Topics include career development, corporate activities, logistics & supply chain management, management in general, strategic marketing, investment and trade. With a strong focus on communicating effectively in business, we will concentrate on expression, fluency and accuracy in speaking and writing and on increasing your expressive power in the English language. This course is accompanied by e-learning elements.
English for International Certificates (B2-C1 / 2 SWS): This intensive course is aimed at students with a good command of English who intend to take an internationally recognized test certificate like TOEFL, IELTS or various Cambridge Certificates. The course provides you with a thorough, comprehensive preparation on B2/C1 level.
Scientific Writing (B2-C1 / 3 SWS): This course is aimed at students who are planning or have already started to write a paper that is relevant for their studies. You will learn how to organize and compose readable, well-structured scientific papers in English and will acquire the writing skills you need for your thesis or a study-related report. Specific topics are discussed in detail and directly applied, e.g. Introduction, Materials and Methods, Conclusion, Abstract.
German A1 (Beginner): On this level you will study the basics of German communication in the context of university and everyday life. Practicing the four skills Listening and Speaking, Reading and Writing you will constantly extend your vocabulary and adopt the basic grammar knowledge. You will learn about Germany, the Germans and
their culture. Level A1 is subdivided into the modules A1.1 und A1.2 (4 SWS each).
Please refer to our Schedule to find out which course is offered in the current semester
German A2 (Elementary): On this level, learners will extend their basic knowledge of German. The four skills Listening and Speaking, Reading and Writing are trained systematically. Vocabulary and grammar skills are enhanced. Students will learn to interact and communicate in routine situations and deepen their knowledge of German culture and society. Level A2 is subdivided into the modules A2.1 und A2.2 (4 SWS each).
Please refer to our Schedule to find out which course is offered in the current semester.
German B1/B2 (Intermediate): In these courses for intermediate learners you will extend your vocabulary and your knowledge on grammar systematically. When practicing the four skills of Listening and Speaking, Reading and Writing you will learn how to express yourself appropriately in university settings and everyday situations. You will
also deepen your knowledge concerning German culture and society. Level B1 and B2 are subdivided into the modules B1.1 and B1.2 resp. B2.1 and B2.2 (4 SWS each).
Please refer to our Schedule to find out which course is offered in the current semester.
German C1 (Proficiency): In this course for advanced learners you will extend your language skills and will be able to use the German language flexibly and effectively for professional and academic purposes The four skills of Listening and Speaking, Reading and Writing are trained systematically on the basis of complex general and academic
topics. The development of an advanced academic vocabulary is in the focus, combined with the acquisition of stylistically and grammatically demanding structures.
Level C1 is subdivided into the modules C1.1 and C1.2 (4 SWS each).
Please refer to our Schedule to find out which course is offered in the current semester.
German language at university level: Academic Language and Scientific Work (C1-C2 / 4 SWS): This course is designed for international students participating in German Bachelor or Master programs who want to improve their study performance. You will train your scientific reading and writing skills, practice academic presentations and enhance your academic vocabulary. The course is supplemented by a voluntary tutorial that offers consulting and language support as needed.
Chinese I (A1.1 / 4 SWS): The beginners' course provides students with basic knowledge of the Chinese language. These include correct pronunciation, understanding, listening and reading simple texts in order to be able to communicate appropriately in elementary everyday situations. The content focuses on phonetics, grammar and the learning of simple characters, which help to orientate oneself in the Chinese environment. At the same time, you will become familiar with the cultural background of the Chinese language and acquire important knowledge about the country and its people.
Chinese II (A1.2 / 4 SWS): In this course, the skills and abilities learned in Chinese I are expanded. Students should now be able to orientate and express themselves independently in elementary everyday situations. Writing skills and knowledge of the country are deepened.
Chinese III (A2 / 4 SWS): In this course you will expand the knowledge you have acquired so far with regard to the Chinese certificate exam HSK 2. After a thorough review of the relevant content from Chinese I and II, you will be specifically prepared for the exam. The focus is on listening and reading comprehension, which includes approx. 360 characters at HSK 2 level.
French I (A1 / 4 SWS): This course provides students with a quick and effective introduction to the French language. In simple communication situations from everyday and university life, the 4 skills listening and speaking, reading and writing are taught. You will acquire basic vocabulary and learn grammatical basics embedded in applied contexts. In addition, you will learn interesting facts about the French-speaking world.
Russian I (A1 / 4 SWS): This course provides students with basic knowledge of the Russian language. In simple communication situations from everyday and university life the four competences listening and speaking, reading and writing are intensively trained. You will acquire basic vocabulary, learn the Cyrillic script and the grammatical basics of the Russian language. At the same time you will learn interesting facts about the country and its people.
Russian II (A2 / 4 SWS): In this course you will expand your already acquired basics of the Russian language. The 4 competences listening, reading, speaking and writing will be expanded systematically and application-oriented. In addition to writing training in Cyrillic script, the focus is on deepening your knowledge of grammar and vocabulary. You will practice expressing yourself appropriately in general and study-related routine situations and also expand your knowledge of the country.
Swedish I (A1 /4 SWS): This course provides students with a quick and effective introduction to the Swedish language. The 4 skills of listening and speaking, reading and writing are taught in simple communication situations from everyday and university life. You will acquire basic vocabulary and learn grammatical basics embedded in applied contexts. In addition, you will learn interesting facts about the country and its people.
Swedish II (A2 / 4 SWS): In this course you will expand your already acquired basics of the Swedish language. The 4 competences listening, reading, speaking and writing will be systematically and application-oriented extended, grammar knowledge and vocabulary will be deepened. You will practice expressing yourself appropriately in general and study-related routine situations and also expand your knowledge of the country.
Spanish I (A1 / 4 SWS): This course provides students with a quick and effective introduction to the Spanish language. In simple communication situations from everyday and university life, the 4 competencies listening and speaking, reading and writing are taught. You will acquire basic vocabulary and learn the grammatical basics embedded in applied contexts. In addition, you will learn interesting facts about the Spanish-speaking world.
Spanish II (A2 / 4 SWS): In this course you will expand your already acquired basics of the Spanish language. The 4 competences listening, reading, speaking and writing will be systematically and application-oriented extended, grammar knowledge and vocabulary will be deepened. You will practice expressing yourself appropriately in general and study-related routine situations and also expand your knowledge of the country.
Spanish III (B1 / 4 SWS): This course is designed for advanced learners of Spanish. Language skills are expanded in a targeted and application-oriented manner, grammar knowledge and vocabulary are further deepened. You will practice expressing yourself appropriately in general and study-related situations. The course is supplemented by a study of the country and topics related to current events.
In addition to the course program, the Language Center also offers other services:
- For applications to international Master's programs, for ERASMUS semesters abroad or a DAAD scholarship, a DAAD language certificate is often required. We usually offer a DAAD language test once per semester for a fee. If you are interested, please contact sprachenzentrum(at)th-luebeck.de to find out when the next exam will take place.
- If you take a language course at the Lübeck University of Applied Sciences, we will gladly issue you a certificate of attendance under certain conditions. For example, you must achieve an attendance rate of at least 75%.
- We are at your disposal with competent advice in all language matters.
In this course, you will learn and work with students from other cultures to further develop your intercultural competence.
Through the experiential learning approach, you will not only gain knowledge about culture, but you will learn through active participation in activities and projects, reflecting on both your own behavior and the behavior of others.
The course includes concepts such as identity, culture, and worldviews, as well as how to deal with conflict. Regular reflection will consolidate your intercultural learning in the long term.
The course is designed for international and German students of all disciplines and includes both synchronous and asynchronous portions (60/40). Previous knowledge of English at level B2 is required.
If you have any questions about our course offerings, please contact us by phone, email or visit us by appointment.
Visiting address and postal address:
TH Lübeck Language Center
Building 36, Room 36-0.45
Mönkhofer Weg 239
Office hours: At the moment we are only available in person to a limited extent. Please contact us by e-mail and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Phone: 0451 - 300 5735
- Quality Management - Additional qualification
TH Lübeck is one of only a few universities in Germany where students can acquire an additional qualification in the field of quality management that is recognized throughout Europe. The additional qualification is associated with a certificate from the German Society for Quality (DGQ). It is offered at the TH Lübeck in the Department of Applied Natural Sciences, Biomedical Engineering course. Students from all departments have the opportunity to participate.
We enable students from all departments of the TH Lübeck to acquire practical action competence in the field of value-adding, process-oriented quality management. We enable students to act responsibly and goal-oriented independently and to work in teams.
We train "Lübeck value-added students" in the sense of students who create added value for their future employers: Lübeck value-added students are in a position to practically apply the tools of value-added management systems at their future workplace beyond the specialist qualification acquired with their university degree and thus to make a contribution to the sustainable success of the company that is comprehensible and recognizable for the employer. Students are already given an introduction to practical work during their studies, and this practical experience is valued by employers: Lübeck value-added students are immediately employable after their studies.
The DGQ certificate "Quality Systems Manager Junior" (QSMJ) acquired in the course of QM training at the TH Lübeck can serve as a basis for further qualification in the field of quality management. The following figure outlines the training path from QSMJ to auditor as offered by DGQ.
In the medical technology specialization, QM training consists of several modules. These include lectures with exams, seminars and group work, as well as a practical study project. Together with their university degree, students can subsequently receive the DGQ certificate "Quality Systems Manager Junior".
Students of biomedical engineering, majoring in quality management / quality and safety engineering, can acquire the additional qualification as part of their studies without additional expense.
Students of other study programs can achieve the additional qualification by completing the courses as additional, elective or compulsory elective subjects and by writing a student research project with a quality-relevant task.
In the following, you will find more detailed information on quality management in medical technology and on the courses relevant to certification. Do you still have questions? Write to firstname.lastname@example.org .
The use of medical devices enables patients to alleviate or cure their illness or even to continue to survive. Medical devices must therefore meet exceptional quality standards in terms of functionality and usability as well as safety and reliability. At the same time, they are subject to demanding legal regulations.
In order to master these challenges, manufacturers of medical devices must, in addition to their technical know-how, have a firm grasp of quality management methods and techniques and be familiar with the legal regulations. Our value-added students should provide them with the best possible support after graduation. For this reason, in addition to comprehensive knowledge in medical technology, we specifically enable students in the areas of quality management and assurance, risk management and regulatory affairs.
The courses relevant for the QSMJ certificate are essentially compulsory subjects from the curriculum of the bachelor's degree program in biomedical engineering, specialization in quality management / quality and safety engineering.
The following successfully passed courses, together with the DGQ student research project (usually in combination with the final thesis) lead to the acquisition of the QSMJ certificate:
- Fundamentals of Quality Management I (Lecture - 2 SWS)
- Fundamentals of Quality Management II (lecture, practical course - 4 SWS)
- Communication and Moderation (Lecture - 2 SWS)
- Product Audit (Lecture, Project - 3 SWS)
- QM for Products/ Statistical Methods (Lecture, Practical - 3 SWS)
- Risk Management/ Reliability and Safety Analysis (Lecture - 4 SWS)
- System and Process Audit (Lecture, Practical - 2 SWS)
- Total Quality Management (Lecture - 2 SWS)
In order to be able to offer students the "Quality Systems Manager Junior" qualification, universities must apply to DGQ on their own initiative under the leadership of a university teacher. If the application is successful, DGQ will appoint the university teacher as a so-called BLH representative at his or her university (BLH = Advisory Board of DGQ for Teaching at Universities).
Prof. Wang is the BLH representative at the TH Lübeck and supervises together with the DGQ tutors (qm-zusatzqualifikation(at)th-luebeck.de) the offer of the additional qualification.