Quantum Engineering M.Sc.

In this two-year Master's programme, you will deepen your knowledge in the research fields of the Department of Quantum Engineering . Through a variety of elective modules and special courses, you can shape your studies according to your personal preferences. You have to complete a total of 120 credit points (LP) and at the end of your studies you have to complete a Master's thesis (30 LP) in which you can use your creativity and knowledge to address a relevant topic.

Gloria Gessinger

Study Coordinator M. Sc. Biophysics
Academic affairs committee Physik
Albert-Einstein-Allee 11
89081 Ulm
Phone: 0731-50-22292
Room: N25/3101


Prof. Dr. Fedor Jelezko

Chairman examination board
Quantum Engineering
Meyerhofstraße M26 (ZQB)
89081 Ulm
Phone: + 49 / 731 / 50-23750
Room: 4205/06

Phone: + 49 / 731 / 50-23751

Study Plans

An overview of the Quantum Engineering M. Sc. curriculum in tabular form:

Study plan Quantum Engineering M.Sc.

Complete module description on the Higher Education Portal:

Module Handbook


Form for research project and internship application.



More detailed information on the legal framework of the study programme can be found under the following links:

Subject-specific study and examination regulations:
legally binding German version (FSPO, 2023),
curtesy translation in English not yet available

General fremawork regulation:
legally binding German version (2022)
curtesy translation in English 

Baden-Württemberg Higher Education Act (LHG)

Exam Oganization

In the following pages you will find helpful information on the examination procedure:

Forms from the Studiensekretariat

To take an examination and obtain the corresponding credit points, students must register via the Higher Education portal

Exam registrations for written exams have to be made at the latest five days before the exam date (e.g. exam date 21 February, last possible registration: 16 February). Late registrations are not possible..

  • If you fail to appear at an examination date and have not revoked your registration, you will be deemed to have failed the examination.
  • If you fall ill in the four days between registration and the examination date and cannot take part in the examination, you must obtain a medical certificate stating the illness. The medical certificate, together with the appropriate form from Studiensekretariat, must be sent to the Studiensekretariat as soon as possible.

  • Examinations that have been passed cannot be repeated.
  • You can repeat all failed exams twice.

Examination areas