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OBJECTIVES OF THE MASTER COURSE

Graduates of the Joint Master Degree in Mechatronic Engineering are professionally qualified to work scientifically in the field of mechatronics and micro-mechatronics. With their management qualifications, they are able to work in interdisciplinary and international teams to solve complex mechatronic tasks. EU4M graduates have the ability to adapt quickly and are flexible in dealing with a variety of tasks and problems from different fields. Having a qualification in intercultural communication, they are able to communicate easily in different languages with people from different countries.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

After completing the EU4M programme, the graduates will:

  • be able to take responsibility in industrial and public projects in the field of industrial manufacturing, research and development
  • optimise processes between mechanical and electronic groups and integrate elements of micro-system technologies into a wide range of technical products
  • be able to analyse situations and problems, define interfaces between different technologies and implement them in different applications
  • adapt to job requirements in foreign countries and cultures and work in international networks and groups
  • work as multiplicators in their home countries
  • work as part of a team
  • have a high level of cultural skill
  • speak at least two European languages

Admission period open for students interested in an EACEA scholarship

The first batch of admitted applicants will be notified by March 2019.

Availability of EACEA scholarships will be published in June/July 2019.

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