Master Program "Commercial Vehicle Technology"




The Master Program CVT is offered and conducted by the Graduate School CVT. The Graduate School CVT was founded in 2006 by the Senate of the former University of Kaiserslautern, today the University of Kaiserslautern-Landau (RPTU), as a joint institution of the four faculties of:

    It was especially designed to meet the needs of...

    • Highly qualified German & International graduate students
    • Further education for high potential employees of CVT Enterprises in the broad CVT-sector.

    A special regard of the program is paid to the international aspects of the CVT sector: The study program is designed for International and German students (that will have to pass one semester at partner universities abroad) and includes questions of the Commercial Vehicle Industry worldwide. The program is designed as a two years Master program and leads to a M.Sc. degree. A considerable part of the program is taught in English.

    Brief overview

    DegreeMaster of Science (MSc)
    Teaching language

    English & German

    Type of study


    Duration4 semester
    BeginningWinter semester

    Application deadline

    Visa neededApril 30th
    Visa granted or EUJuly 15th
    German degreeAugust 31st

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    OLAT Course

    OLAT Course of the master program CVT

    Curriculum & Downloads

    Information about the curriculum and downloads

    Time schedule of the program

    Timetable of the master program CVT

    Fees & Finance

    Information about the fees and how to finance your studies

    German Language Proficiency

    Information about the german language proficiency

    Background information and objectives

    The commercial vehicle industry is one of the most important innovation drivers


    Information about the accreditation

    Application & Admission Requirements

    Information about the application & admission Requirements

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