Production Systems Engineering

RWTH Aachen
In Aachen

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  • Master
  • Aachen
  • Dauer:
    2 Jahre
Beschreibung

This programme builds upon the existing qualifications of the students and facilitates a deepening of the knowledge in materials and manufacturing processes, process and product engineering, management and manufacturing system design, and manufacturing competitiveness. In addition, the skill of leading and functioning on project teams while being able to communicate effectively, will be strengthened. Through extensive laboratory experience, the graduate will be able to undertake. fundamental and applied research while being able to identify and communicate the results of the research.

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Templergraben 55, 52056, Nordrhein-Westfalen, NRW, Deutschland
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· Voraussetzungen

A candidate should have a recognised first degree (Bachelor of Science or Engineering) in an engineering discipline such as Mechanical, Manufacturing, Industrial or Production Engineering, awarded by an internationally recognised university-level institution. Candidates should have also performed above average in their undergraduate studies. The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is also required. The candidates must be able to speak and write fluently in English (TOEFL 550 paper-based/213 computer-based or IELTS 6.0). Please check our website for special entrance requirements.

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Goals of the Programme

This programme builds upon the existing qualifications of the students and facilitates a deepening of the knowledge in materials and manufacturing processes, process and product engineering, management and manufacturing system design, and manufacturing competitiveness. In addition, the skill of leading and functioning on project teams while being able to communicate effectively, will be strengthened. Through extensive laboratory experience, the graduate will be able to undertake
fundamental and applied research while being able to identify and communicate the results of the research.

This programme focuses on all disciplines within Production Engineering, including Automatic Control, Fabrication Processes, Manufacturing Technology, Machine Tools, Production Management, Quality Management, Industrial Engineering, Ergonomics and Work Organisation. RWTH is worldwide well renowned for its’ continuous and innovated research in all areas of engineering, which ensures that the Production Engineering curriculum is always up-to-date and maintained to the highest level.

Course Structure

This programme focuses on all disciplines within Production Engineering, including Automatic Control, Fabrication Processes, Manufacturing Technology, Machine Tools, Production Management, Quality Management, Industrial Engineering, Ergonomics and Work Organisation. RWTH is worldwide well renowned for its’ continuous and innovated research in all areas of engineering, which ensures that the Production Engineering curriculum is always up-to-date and maintained to the highest level.

This programme is comprised of compulsory courses and elective courses. The core compulsory courses cover the fundamentals of production technology and include Manufacturing Technology I and II, Welding Technology I, Production Management I, Machine Tools I, Industrial Engineering and Ergonomics, Quality Management and Work Organisation.

Career Opportunities

Production engineers work in a multitude of areas within industry, including research and development, design, production planning, sales and distribution, management and organisation. In granting the M.Sc. degree the programme gives the graduate a degree which is recognised around the world.

Subjects of the Master Programme

This programme is comprised of core, compulsory, and elective subjects. The core subjects are the same for all M.Sc. students studying Production engineering at RWTH. Compulsory subjects cover the fundamentals of the chosen specialization. This includes: Systematic Engineering Design I & II or two other combinations of two English taught courses. For the elective subjects, students can choose from one of several possibilities in the field of Logistics, Welding Fabrication Processes, Virtual Machine Tool, Advanced Software Engineering, Tribology, Production Metrology, Modelling, or Mechatronic Systems.

An integral part of the programme is the student exposure to industry-related activities. This includes a mandatory two-month industrial internship, and the opportunity to take part in applied research projects. In addition to course work, students will complete both a mini-thesis and a master thesis on a subject related to Production Engineering. The mini-thesis can be completed parallel to course work, while the master thesis is a four months programme and can be prepared either within an industry internship or at RWTH Aachen.

To achieve a Master of Science in Production Systems Engineering, students have to satisfy certain requirements by taking seven compulsory courses, selecting three technical electives and two general electives (one technical and one non-technical course). Additionally for an introduction into industrial employment an internship of nine weeks has to be done followed by a Mini Thesis and a Master thesis at the end of the studies. These offer the opportunity to either hone deeper into one’s favourite engineering science area, or possibly engage in an applied case study of a real industrial problem.

Duration of Study: 4 semesters (2 years)
Next Start: every year, 1st of October
+ 6 weeks Before start: German Course

Applicants are therefore advised to submit their application as early as possible. Deadline for applications is March 1 for all English-taught Master Programmes.

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Preisinformation: 3700 € per semester

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