Opportunities after graduation
The degree program B.Sc. Industrial Engineering & Management prepares students for a career at the interface between the management and engineering business divisions. This fundamental groundwork can be the start for a career in industrial and trade enterprises, consulting, IT and logistics service providers, as well as in research and education. The career paths that open up for graduates are equally versatile as the major’s theme. They reach from specializations in production and logistics areas, to project management careers in different fields, to strategic and corporate management.
The students at Jacobs University have the possibility to further develop their abilities, especially those necessary for first level managerial positions, through a continued Master degree program, M.Sc. Supply Chain Engineering & Management.
Industrial Engineering in Germany
Germany is Europe’s most industrialized nation, having major players in industries like automobile manufacturing, machinery, precision equipment, heavy automotive, technology and software.
- Industry in Germany accounts for 28.1% of the country’s total GDP
- Industry in Germany employs 24.6% of the workforce
- Germany is the world’s largest exporter of automobiles, including world renowned brands like BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Porsche
Program alumni in industry
Accenture | Airbus | Amazon | Barry Callebaut| BMW | Bosch | Continental | Deloitte | Daimler | Deutsche Bahn | Deutsche Post DHL | IBM | Imperial Tobacco| KPMG | McKinsey & Company | Shell | Teach for India | United Nations |
Program alumni in higher education or science
Bocconi University| Dartmouth College | ETH Zurich | HEC Paris | Hult International Business School | New York University | KU Leuven | Rotterdam School of Management | TU Berlin | TU Delft | TU Munich | University of Cambridge | University of Manchester | Vienna University of Economics and Business |