The competitiveness of future motor vehicle generations will be determined by the performance of their mechatronic systems. The share of the added value of a motor vehicle of its electronic and mechatronic systems is already over 30% and a further rapid increase is forecast. The reasons for the increase in the significance of mechatronic systems are many. The ever-higher requirements, both legal requirements and those of customers, with respect to efficiency, functionality, comfort and safety demand the use of innovative mechatronic technologies. Motor vehicle manufacturers and suppliers must respond to these changes with innovative mechatronic products and systems to defend their market shares. Companies are therefore on the lookout for well-qualified engineers who can combine complex individual components into innovative mechatronic systems with improved and completely new functions whilst at the same time thinking and acting in market-and business economics oriented ways.
Master of Science in Engineering (MSc)
4 semesters (120 ECTS)
Mode of study:
Full-time (dual course of study)
Completed Bachelor’s degree (180 ECTS or equivalent) in Electromechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or related subject areas, good English language skills
Online by September 15th latest.
Personal interview (e.g. Skype)
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