We refer to “Information and Communications Engineering” when information such as measurement data, images, videos, or voice signals is produced, processed, transported and processed using technical means. Information technology systems can be found in communications technology (e.g. mobile phone), in medical technology (e.g. diagnostic equipment), in automotive engineering, in consumer electronics, or in industrial settings (e.g. robotics). The branch of study Engineering within the Bachelor’s degree programme Information and Communications Engineering provides students with the Natural Sciences and Engineering knowledge required for innovations in information technology. Particular emphasis is placed on in-depth study and the opportunity to specialise in specific areas of Engineering. During the course of their studies, students complete practical laboratory experiments to reinforce their technical expertise in selected topics.