A first professional university degree with at least 180 credit points (CP) according to the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS). The degree must lead to a Master of Education degree, which provides the educational requirements for a teaching profession at vocational schools (upper secondary level II, vocational subjects). A degree can be recognized as long as there are no significant differences in terms of §56 BremHG.
The prerequisite is a Bachelor's degree in one of the following courses of study or in a course of study which does not show any significant differences in content, scope and requirements to those (see admission and admission regulations).
a1) Vocational training (in a relevant subject area such as electrical engineering, information technology, metal engineering or automotive engineering);
a2) Industrial and technical sciences (in a relevant discipline such as electrical engineering, information technology, metalworking technology or automotive engineering);
a3) Engineering sciences: Relevant to the field of electrical engineering are e.g. electrical engineering, energy technology, automation technology, mechatronics; relevant to the field of information technology are e.g. information technology, communication technology, computer science; relevant to the field of metal technology are e.g. mechanical engineering, process engineering, production or manufacturing technology, mechatronics; relevant to the field of automotive engineering are e.g. automotive engineering, agricultural machinery technology.
b) Knowledge of German which meets the requirements generally applicable to the University of Bremen with regard to German language skills in accordance with the "Ordnung über den Nachweis deutscherSprachkenntnisse an der Universität Bremen" (Regulations on Proof of German Language Skills at the University of Bremen) of 25 January 2012 in the currently valid version.
c) Educational science portions amounting to at least 20 credit points or achievements which do not show any significant differences in content, scope and requirements from those (can also be acquired during the Master's programme if necessary).
e) Relevant practical work in the field of at least 6 months. The requirements for these activities can be found in the current version of the "Guideline for the Recognition of Practical Experience in accordance with the KMK Framework Agreement on Training and Examination for Secondary Level II Teachers (Vocational Subjects) or for Vocational Schools (Teacher Training Type 5)".