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Häufig gestellte Fragen
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.
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.
Special Entrance Requirement
This programme is appropriate for both engineers coming from industry as well as those coming directly from university. Candidates should be able to apply their knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to identify, formulate and solve challenging engineering problems. They should be able to design a particular system, component or process to meet desired needs as well as to lay-out and perform experiments in a laboratory setting. In addition, candidates should recognise the need for life-long education.
Structure of the programme
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.
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.
Language of Instruction: German
Duration of the Programme: Two years
Beginning of the Programme: October
Bewerbungsfrist für Wintersemester 15.07.2009