Sustainable Mobilities (M.Sc.)

The mobility world is rapidly changing. Mobility will be sustainable, networked, digital and shared in the future. We will be connected better and sharing cars, bikes and rides much more than today.

Sustainable mobility concepts, services and products need highly qualified, innovative and creative experts. Sustainable mobilities need people ready to connect: ideas, transport modes, disciplines - and first and foremost: people.

You want to know how livable cities and regions work? This is the right program for you. You want to know how post-carbon, electric and sustainable mobility is possible? Work with us!

The postgraduate program Sustainable Mobilities (M.Sc.) offers you:

  • an internationally recognized degree qualifying you for a professional career,
  • learning in a collaborative and inspiring environment,
  • experienced and highly renowned lecturers,
  • the link to practice and future employers,
  • the road map to new businesses, better concepts, successful services and products

An example for sustainable mobilities in practice is our succesfull living lab "MobiQ - Sustainable mobility through sharing in the neighbourhood". In this three-year project, funded by Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts, Baden-Wuerttemberg, we work together with citizens in three neighbourhoods on mobility concepts, that are more sustainable in all three dimensions of sustainability.

News Sustainable Mobilities

HfWU tritt Studienfeld „Nachhaltige Mobilität“ bei

Hochschule Teil einer länderübergreifenden Kooperation von sieben Hochschulen

Stiftungsprofessur für Innovations- und Changemanagement

- Stiftungsprofessur der KSK Göppingen für Transformations- und Mobilitätsforscherin Dr. Lisa Ruhrort -

HfWU-Professor Kesselring in Klima-Sachverständigenrat berufen

- Prof. Dr. Sven Kesselring, Experte für nachhaltige Mobilität an der Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Umwelt Nürtingen-Geislingen (HfWU) Mitglied in Expertengremium der Landesregierung -

Mobilitätskultur im Blick

Mobilitätskultur im Blick

- Land fördert „Reallabore“, darunter das zivilgesell-schaftliche Mobilitätskultur-Projekt der Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Umwelt Nürtingen-Geislingen (HfWU) -

Potenziale der Nachhaltigkeitsforschung ungenutzt

- Positionspapier der Schweizer Akademien der Wissenschaften; Forscher der Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Umwelt Nürtingen-Geislingen (HfWU) fordern Transformationspotenziale auch in Deutschland zu bündeln -