Design PF

Transportation Design


Students of the BA in Transportations Design are trained for professional entry into the position of a junior designers the vehicle industry and adjacent or related industries.

Graduates are able to work on a design project independently or in a team until handover within the development team and to accompany the further implementation of the design into a pre-model or production model. 

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"Mercedes Benz Zooming Twenties", BA-Thesis, Tim Bormann

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Picture of student project: ‚Mercedes Benz Zooming Twenties‘ by Tim Bormann, 2021 ‚Mercedes Benz Zooming Twenties‘ von Tim Bormann





Big News: The magazine 'Auto&Design' has published a detailed article about the Design PF courses in Transportation Design in its current issue (No. 262, October 2023)! Continue to article

Picture of student project: Rendering by Katharina Rott



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Flyer B.A. in Transportation Design (pdf, in German)
Picture of student Project: ‚AUDI ICON‘ by Gabriel Salewski, Photo: Gabriel Salewski and Petra Jaschke, In cooperation with AUDI AG 'AUDI ICON' by Gabriel Salewski, Cooperation with der AUDI AG, Photos: Gabriel Salewski, Petra Jaschke


The central object of the Design PF training is the automobile, since most of the content required for the profession can be taught and applied to it due to its high complexity and the variety of construction and application forms. Most of our students are later employed in the automotive industry - but transportation designers can basically work in any three-dimensional design field.


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Picture of student project: Rendering by Sebastian Weigand


Graduates work in automotive, motorcycle, yacht, rail vehicle, bus, truck, aircraft and bicycle design in companies worldwide. They hold positions ranging from junior designer to senior designer (lead designer).


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Picture of student project: ‚Kei Car‘ by Jan Bendixen, 2020 ‚Kei Car‘ by Jan Bendixen, 2020