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Master of Science
Consecutive Master's programmes
Start of studies
The programme begins in winter and summer semesters.
Applicants with foreign certificates please apply till 15 August (winter semester) or 15 February (summer semester) via uni-assist e.V..
Standard period of study
The standard period of study is 3 semesters.
No restricted admission
special admission requirements
The language of instruction is German.
The Master's programme aims to equip students with extensive fundamental knowledge which puts graduates in a position to apply this knowledge in practice, research or teaching and to expand upon it constantly. It revolves around the teaching of subject-specific and social competences, skills and methods of working scientifically and, in particular, equipping students for leadership tasks.
Due to rapidly developing knowledge in mechanical engineering, part of this is also the acquisition of extended expertise for diverse fields of work and specialisation. On the Master’s programme, this relates to activities focused on the fields of
- product development,
- product testing and
- innovative manufacturing technologies.
Degree course content
The programme is divided into core and advanced study modules and non-technical integration modules and also includes a Master's thesis and colloquium.
In the advanced modules, the following fields of concentration can be chosen:
- Developing, calculating and simulating or
- production methods and production systems.
In semester 3, students complete a Master's thesis on the basis of a scientific project, which is normally tackled in the context of current research themes.
Admission to the Master‘s programme Mechanical Engineering requires a good or excellent university degree (minimum grade 2,5 in German grading system) completed over a standard course duration of at least 7 semesters or at least 210 credits in the field of Mechanical Engineering, Automotive Engineering or strongly related fields. Applicants who cannot meet the requirement for 210 credits but can provide evidence of at least 180 credits will be checked individually.
The language of instruction is German. Foreign applicants must prove they have adequate knowledge of German. Evidence of the necessary German language skills can be provided in the form of:
- Goethe Certificate C1
- DSH I
- DSD II
- TestDaF (minimun level 3 in all examination modules)
- TELC Deutsch C1 Hochschule
- ÖSD C1
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