The Master of Science Mechanical Engineering programme deepens and expands knowledge and skills in the analysis, design, simulation, optimisation and construction of technical systems. In addition to the classic lectures and exercises, the programme also includes application-oriented forms of learning, including a practical mechanical engineering tutorial and industry-related advanced design projects, through which students can gain initial experience in basic and applied research. In the project area, it is also possible to choose the option of a twelve-week external project work in industry and thus to apply the theoretical knowledge to the professional world while still studying.
Due to the great freedom of choice in the Master's degree, students decide for themselves whether they would like to receive a broad education in general mechanical engineering or choose one of the following specialisations offered:
- Sustainable Use of Resources
- Clean Energy and Process Engineering
- Future Automotive Systems
- Digital Based Production and Robotics
Due to our network with many international partner universities, stays abroad for entire semesters are possible. The MechCentre's student advisory service provides support in drawing up an individual study plan.
(opens in new tab)Module Handbook