Best career perspectives due to a high focus on interdisciplinarity and employability:
Because of the incorporation of management and engineering modules, graduates of the IEM program get a wide spectrum of opportunities in both the professional and academic sectors. The profile of the B.Sc. Industrial Engineering & Management graduate is of great interest to national and international, medium and large-sized, trade and service industry companies. Graduates especially qualify for tasks in the fields of Logistics, Supply Chain Management (SCM), Procurement, Manufacturing and Automation, Process Optimization, Information Technology (IT), but also for tasks from other engineering and management disciplines. The career paths that are open for graduates are as versatile as the major’s theme. They range from specializations as experts in the production logistics areas, through project management careers in different fields, to consulting/auditing.
Best career path options in top companies or universities for postgraduate education:
After graduation, students will excel at fulfilling various project responsibilities by applying the gained knowledge in the areas of manufacturing, distribution systems, supply chain management, project management, leadership, entrepreneurship, and team management. Close contacts are established with numerous companies both through field trips, networking events such as the Career Fair and guest lectures. These can help students get possible internships or gain jobs as graduates at enterprises such as Airbus, Amazon, Daimler, Barry Callebaut, Zalando, Röhlig, Porsche, Lufthansa Cargo, Hello Fresh, KPMG, and more. Postgraduates have also chosen to continue their education by undertaking a graduate degree at universities such as the University of Cambridge, Rotterdam School of Management, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Bocconi University, Dartmouth College, TU Munich, TU Berlin, KU Leuven and others.