Mechatronic and Micro-Mechatronic Systems

In Karlsruhe

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One important objective of the programme is that the students. acquire good knowledge of the countries where they have studied. Therefore, learning the language of the host country is an important part. of this EU4M-Programme.




Karlsruhe (Baden-Württemberg)
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Moltkestr. 30, 76133


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The Erasmus Mundus Master in Mechatronic and Micro-Mechatronic Systems (EU4M) is a two-year, international Masters programme, in which three highrated European universities participate. As a student, you will
familiarize with the developmentand also the maintenance of systems which consist of a very high level of complexity (cars,airplanes, satellites, space
laboratories, pace makers, microlaboratories,mobile communication systems, self adaptive systems in optics, in robotics...)

This integrated Master’s course was developed in cooperation with the
listed three partner institutions of the EU4M consortium and did not exist
previously in this form. The basics of mechatronic systems are offered at
each institution in the first year of studies and these modules are quiet
coordinated and identic.The teaching staff is composed of professors of the three institutions of EU4M-Consortium. These professors have large academic experiences in the disciplines linked to the EU4M Master’s programme and are also implied in research activities in the
domain of mechatronics and micro mechat ronics . They are al s o
collaborating with industrial partners in the framework of practical training
periods of their students in industry and in the framework of European
research projects (Integrated projects or NOE). In addition to their professional and research experiences the named professors have more than 10 years experiences in the cooperating activities between the three institutions of EU4M-Consortium.


One important objective of the programme is that the students acquire good knowledge of the countries where they have studied.Therefore, learning the language of the host country is an important part of this EU4M-Programme. The teaching language at each institution of EU4M-Consortium is the local language. The advantage for the students is to learn intensively only two european languages. Therewith they get the key to understand the culture, the working methods and the behaviour of these european partners. Graduates with a Bachelor or an equivalent degree in science or engineering start the programme at one of the 3 partner institutions of
EU4M-consortium Students spend the whole year at the entrance institution taking courses in basics of mechatronic systems as well as European languages and culture.For the second year the students move to one of the other 2 partner institutions of eu4m-consortium.The second part of their studies starts with one semester of specialisations of that institution
The master thesis can be done in the last semester at the second partner

Students and scholars both from European and non-European
countries are welcome to apply for the Master program

Third-country students and scholars running for Erasmus Mundus
grant: 31th January

EU students and third-country not applying for Erasmus Mundus
scholarship: 20th June

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