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Master’s Teacher Training Course for Technical Education for Engineers (LBS-SprintING)

Master’s Teacher Training Course for Technical Education for Engineers (LBS-SprintING)
(Master of Education)

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Course type
postgraduate studies (master)
Standard Course Duration
4 semester
Course Start
Winter semester, Summer semester
Primary Language of Instruction
German
Special Requirements

Aptitude test procedure for the teaching subject sports.

Admission
Restricted admission
International

Stay abroad possible, but not obligatory.

Short Description

The Master’s Teacher Training Course for Technical Education for Engineers (LBS-SprintING) is aimed at graduates with a Bachelor’s degree in an engineering subject related to mechanical engineering or electrical engineering. The requirement for admission is a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering.

Students learn how to teach the chosen vocational subject area of Metals Technology or Electrical Engineering, as well as Vocational and Business Education and a teaching subject.

Students can choose from the following teaching subjects: Protestant Religious Education, Mathematics, Physics, Politics and Physical Education.

Students complete four weeks of practical training in the vocational subject area and two weeks in the teaching subject.

Graduates of the Master’s Teacher Training Course for Technical Education for Engineers (LBS-SprintING) may apply for the preparatory phase of teacher training (teacher training period) for technical education.

Further information on the website of the Leibniz School of Education

Areas of Focus

  • The degree programme focuses mainly on the teaching subject, worth 60 credit points, in addition to teaching methodology in the vocational subject area, worth 23 credit points, and Vocational and Business Education, worth 22 credit points.
Course Content

The degree programme is divided into teaching methodology in the vocational subject area, worth 23 credit points, the teaching subject, worth 60 credit points, and Vocational and Business Education, worth 22 credit points. The degree programme concludes with a written Master’s thesis, worth 15 credit points. In addition, students must prove that they have met the condition of completing 8 credit points each in the vocational subject area and in Vocational and Business Education.

In accordance with Annex 5 of the Ordinance on Master’s Degrees for Teacher Training in Lower Saxony (Nds. MasterVO-Lehr), students without a relevant vocational qualification must instead complete 52 weeks of practical training before registering their Master’s thesis.

Students wishing to teach the subject of Physical Education must prove that they have passed the entrance examination specified in the Regulations for determining Aptitude for the Subject of Physical Education at Leibniz Universität Hannover.

Recommended Abilities

In order to enter the teacher profession, students should have an interest in teaching the vocational subject area that they have already studied and the teaching subject, and should enjoy interacting with people; they should also have good communication and organisational skills, and the ability to self-reflect and engage in structured thinking.

Career Opportunities

Completion of the Master’s Teacher Training Course for Technical Education for Engineers (LBS-SprintING) is the prerequisite for applying for the preparatory phase of teacher training for technical education.

The degree programme was explicitly designed for students with a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering who wish to teach at a vocational school instead of working as engineers.

Admission requirements and application

Application Deadlines

First-year students

  • June 1st – July 15th of the year for the winter semester
  • December 1st – January 15th of the year for the summer semester

Students resuming their studies and transfer students (application in a higher semester)

  • June 1st – July 15th of the year for the winter semester
  • December 1st – January 15th of the year for the summer semester

 

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Welfengarten 1
30167 Hannover
Building