Plug-in Modules

Plug-in modules are used to specifically expand the range of courses that provide students with particularly innovative and interdisciplinary content – independently of the curricula of the respective degree programs. In this way, students can develop specific competencies and acquire knowledge that cannot yet be taken into account in their regular modules, deal with issues and approaches from disciplines outside their field of study, and work on interdisciplinary projects together with fellow students from other subjects.

Plug-in Modules in the Summer Semester 2022

A class with a start-up feel: In this course, students work in teams to develop their own entrepreneurial idea in agile, iterative cycleswith a lot of real-life feedback.


In the Business Plan Advanced Seminar, participants can further develop their own start-up idea, refine the business concept and subject it to an initial practical test. Experienced founders support them in the process.

In the three-month Digital Product School, students learn to build innovative digital products that solve real-world problems and provide true value to users.

The EuroTeQ Collider is an innovative learning format that brings together students, trainees and professionals to address challenges around the topic “Leave no waste behind”. The deadline for registration is April 6, 2022.

In this course, participants gain insights from the practice of founders and entrepreneurs, and work on their own project to improve self-leadership.


This module conveys important mathematical basics and tools from the field of linear algebra and deepens them by acquiring practical programming skills (Python) in the field of “Machine Learning”.


Learning by doing: In this seminar, students take on the challenge of solving a practical business problem posed by entrepreneurial partners and thus further develop their innovation skills.

Leading by coaching: In this course, students learn to build their coaching skills and practice them by helping real innovation or start-up teams with their challenges.