Master's in Mechanical Engineering in Europe

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Mechanical Engineering

A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.

Mechanical engineering is the manufacturing of products that move. It encompasses the entire production process, from drafting an idea for an item, to understanding the mechanics necessary to make the item work, to the production of the completed item, to incorporating that item into larger systems.

In all, there are over 4000 Higher Education Institutions in Europe offering a wide range of courses at Bachelor, Masters and Doctorate level. With more and more of these organizations offering English as the language of education for at least some of their degree programs, universities in Europe are now of higher quality than ever before. Universities in Europe offer a friendly welcome to foreign students and to give a course of knowledge that meets their profession needs in today’s global demand.

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ECAM Engineering Program

ECAM Lyon
Campus Full time 5 years August 2017 France Lyon

ECAM Lyon has been perfecting the art and methods of training engineers since 1900. Accredited by the CTI (Commission des Titres d’Ingénieur) this engineering school has always been able to provide its students with a human and scientific perspective of all major world changes whether economic, technical or industrial. This vision has allowed the students to face the challenges of a constantly changing industrial world. [+]

Masters in Mechanical Engineering in Europe 2017. ECAM Lyon has been perfecting the art and methods of training engineers since 1900. Accredited by the CTI (Commission des Titres d’Ingénieur) this engineering school has always been able to provide its students with a human and scientific perspective of all major world changes whether economic, technical or industrial. This vision has allowed the students to face the challenges of a constantly changing industrial world. The 5-year ECAM International Engineering program is a combined undergraduate & graduate course that leads to the ECAM Lyon Engineering Degree, the equivalent of a Master’s Degree. Students choose from one of the following concentrations: Robotics Engineering and Industrial Design. ECAM Lyon also awards a Bachelor’s degree at the end of the third year. Prospective: The demand for engineers in France and elsewhere is greater than the number of qualified graduates. International companies are attracted to France for its highly skilled workforce. They are recruited into all sectors of industry and service providers: transportation, luxury, research laboratories, finance, capital goods industry, etc. 35% of ECAM Lyon graduates, who all have international experience, start their career abroad. Key points: Status: Master’s Degree Field: Engineering Length: 5 years Level obtained: Bachelor & Master Admission: into 1st year of the Bachelor’s program. Pre-requirements: French Baccalaureate S, or any other national scientific High School degree or IB Diploma (with at least two High Levels in Math, Physics or Chemistry). Students with a French High School leaving exam in science (BAC S) from a high school in France or abroad must follow the APB online procedures (Post Baccalauréat Admissions). Students with an IB Diploma or any other secondary education leaving exam or diploma, will follow the application procedures specific to ECAM Lyon. To apply please visit: Apply Here All applicants will be assessed with an interview in person or via video conference which will be held in English. Associated Institutions: Staffordshire University; Politecnico di Torino English proficiency: all applicants must demonstrate their competency in English of a B2 level (CEFR) or higher. French proficiency: not required. French as a foreign language is taught to all non-French-speaking students. Tuition fees: 6,000 euros/per year for the first two years and 8,500 euros/per year for the following three years. [-]

MEng in Design and Development for Mechanical and Automotive Engineering

Esslingen University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 3 semesters October 2017 Germany Esslingen

Internationality is a very important feature at Esslingen University. We offer the opportunity for students from diverse cultural backgrounds to study, work and live together. [+]

MEng in Design and Development for Mechanical and Automotive Engineering

Internationality is a very important feature of the Esslingen University Graduate School. We have students from diverse cultural backgrounds studying, working and living together. This intercultural exchange and cooperation is a strong added value for our master’s students.

Esslingen University maintains regular contact with many prime international companies. This is important for the devopment, planning and teaching of our programs, and is of great benefit during the students' practical semester. The Esslingen University master courses are regularly accredited by renowned associations such as the FIBAA and ASIIN. ESSLINGEN – AN IDEAL PLACE TO STUDY... [-]


Master Mechatronics

FOM Hochschule
Campus Part time 4 semesters October 2017 Germany Essen

The Mechatronics combines expertise from various fields of engineering. Aim of the course is to provide you innovative for developing and implementing [+]

Master Mechatronics

Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)

The Mechatronics combines expertise from various fields of engineering. Aim of the course is to enable them to prepare and implement innovative technical solutions. You complete your studies with the academic degree Master of Science (M.Sc.). In cooperation with: University of Bochum - University of Applied Sciences and the associated with the FOM IOM Institute of Economics and Management

The course is offered in: Food

Course content:

Course content may vary depending on the baseline. Based on the study preferences of students each university study centers regional profiles be carried out regularly majors and elective modules have developed. If the preferences of the students change, these programs would be adjusted accordingly.... [-]


Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering ( taught in Italian )

University Of Bergamo
Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Bergamo

Aim of the course is to provide students with in-depth knowledge on: design and management of industrial production systems; structural and functional design; materials and relevant working technologies; ... [+]

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES Aim of the course is to provide students with in-depth knowledge on: design and management of industrial production systems structural and functional design materials and relevant working technologies modelling and analysis of products and processes life-cycle design and management of plants for energy conversion. Moreover, students can deepen still further some specific topics concerning: energy, biomedical engineering, mechatronics, production, design. JOB OPPORTUNITIES The postgraduate students can be employed in several industrial fields: mechanical and electro-mechanical industry energy production and conversion plants' design, installation and testing maintenance and management of machines, production lines, complex systems. Typical assignments for a postgraduate Mechanical Engineer are: design of complex devices and systems production management maintenance and management of machines, production lines and production departments. ADMISSION A Three-Year First level Degree or equivalent. ENTRY TESTS Individual interview. [-]

MEng in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

Dublin City University
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Ireland Dublin

This Masters programme allows students to specialise in the widely established area of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering or to widen their knowledge from their undergraduate studies. [+]

Masters in Mechanical Engineering in Europe 2017. Introduction This Masters programme allows students to specialise in the widely established area of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering or to widen their knowledge from their undergraduate studies. It enables graduates to apply their knowledge using computer–based technology to solve mechanical and manufacturing engineering problems. This programme introduces the use of advanced Computer Aided Engineering tools and, by experiencing these advanced techniques and software, the graduate will gain a vital edge. It allows the candidate to keep up with the rapidly changing manufacturing and design sectors. In addition, students can opt for a specialist Major in Sustainable Systems/Energy, or Biomedical Engineering. Who is eligible? To apply for this programme candidates must have an Honours degree in Mechanical and/or Manufacturing Engineering. Candidates whose first language is not English will be required to submit evidence of an English Language qualification. For more information on entry requirements please consult our website. Choice of Majors Sustainable Systems/Energy - There is a growing international market for Engineers in sustainable energy and development, eco– innovation, resource efficiency and clean–tech sectors. There are lots of career opportunities in the growing fields of Energy/Renewable Energy (wind, wave, solar, biomass etc.); a national priority area for Ireland. Biomedical Engineering - This discipline integrates the necessary aspects of biology and medicine with the technical engineering aspects required to engineer medical devices. The world of medicine is evolving and expanding rapidly, with new treatments and new diseases appearing all the time. As Ireland is a major player in Bioengineering, this Major provides graduates with specialisms required by industry. Structure The MEng in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering is designed to be completed in one calendar year of full-time study. It consists of two (full-time) taught semesters, followed by a practical project, completed between May and early September. The next intake for this programme will be September 2017. DCU offers a number of scholarships to international students each year. To be eligible to apply for a scholarship from DCU you must first apply to and receive an offer for a DCU Masters programme. Apply online for September 2017 entry at www.pac.ie/dcu using the PAC code DC814 [-]

Master’s Programme in Mechanical Engineering with Emphasis on Structural Engineering

Blekinge Institute of Technology
Campus Full time 2 years August 2017 Sweden Karlskrona

The aim of the program is to have the student prepare for participation in advanced product development or research within mechanical engineering. The aim is that the student after completed degree should master a coordinated working method at analysis for... [+]

Master’s Programme in Mechanical Engineering with Emphasis on Structural Engineering The aim of the program is to have the student prepare for participation in advanced product development or research within mechanical engineering. The aim is that the student after completed degree should master a coordinated working method at analysis for decision support in the product development process, the extensive modules of virtual and physical modelling, simulation and experimental investigation and optimisation. Coordinated working method at analysis for decision support. The student is expected to inform herself/himself about current field-relevant research and considerably increase her/his ability to communicate her/his own contributions with scientific facts and relations both orally and in writing by means of modern tools for visualisation and documentation. The coordinated working method can in short be described according to: Virtual models for description of interesting product properties and behaviours are developed, verified and used for simulations of the functionality of the system. The Simulation result is compared with experimental results of studies on delimited parallelly developed physical models, or with experiences from earlier development, with the aim of validating the virtual models. The coordination also implies that the virtual models are used to design good physical models and measurement strategies. This process is repeated until sufficient agreement is achieved. Simulation with the virtual model can then be used for optimisation. If the optimisation shows a need for changes that influence the relevance for the current model, the whole procedure is repeated. More detailed descriptions are, when necessary, gradually added to the model during the ongoing development of the analysed product. At the development of a completely new product, several iterations are usually required. When a new variant of a product is developed, earlier experiences can largely be reused. Learning outcomes In addition to the nationally regulated aims, which are found under point 8, the following aims apply to the education. After completion of the education, the student should: - be able to formulate and validate numerical and analytical models of mechanical systems by means of both advanced software and by means of strong simplified relations for important characteristics - be able to specify, carry out and interpret measurements and analysis of vibrations for rotating machines and other mechanical structures - be able to specify, carry out and interpret experimental modal analysis on mechanical structures - be able to carry out simulation of mechanical systems with parameters received from numerical models and/or experiment, for example regarding effect from imposed load and/or simple structural changes - be able to carry out optimisation of mechanical systems based on results of numerical models, simulations and measurements to meet the market needs and draw use of technological progress - be able to coordinate activities and report received results in an understandable way under the observing of general rules and practice for scientific writing - understand effects on society and environment of the student’s own activities Mode of delivery The program is constituted by, in substance, compulsory courses that build on each other in a given order. Only one of the concluding courses is chosen dependent on expected specialisation of the following degree project. The intended study path for the programme is illustrated below, followed by a brief description of compulsory courses and elective courses. More detailed descriptions are found in respective course syllabus. The study programme goes through continuous evaluation and development which can mean that the range of courses offered and placing of courses in time is changed. Prerequisites For admission to the study programme, a Bachelor's degree or a Bachelor of Science in Engineering within mechanical engineering are required, preferably with specialisation in structural mechanics. A higher education qualification should contain mathematics including matrix algebra, multivariable analysis and transform theory, basic mechanics and programming. The requirement in English is English B. Admission Criteria For second-cycle programmes, special selection is applied. The special selection implies that one or several selection criteria are weighted together according to a method that results in a tariff. Method 12: special selection for master's programme within the field of technology. Selection steps: Academic degree - The first stage of the assessment process consists of an assessment of how relevant the field and specialisation of the applicant's earlier higher education qualifications is for the specialisation of the programme applied to. The assessment is made in three categories: minimum relevance given the entry requirements = tariff 0, medium-high relevance= tariff 0.5, high relevance = tariff 1. TOEFL - Finally the applicant’s TOEFL is standardised; respective IELTS-levels in English to a value between 0 and 1, where 0 is the minimum level to be qualified and 1 is the maximum level on the test. Applicants that are exempted from showing their levels in English with TOEFL/IELTS-levels are given the tariff 1. These three values are added to a collected tariff that can vary between 0-3. Qualified applicants with the same qualifications: If two or more applicants to a first - and second-cycle alternative have the same tariff, lots are drawn. For more information: https://www.bth.se/eng/masters/ [-]

Master of Engineering in Computational Mechanics

Centrale Nantes
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 France Nantes

This Master is aimed at students who wish to deepen their skills in modelling and numerical simulation of mechanical models, both fluid and solid. [+]

Master of Engineering in Computational Mechanics

 

This Master is internationally recognized and accredited by the French Ministry of Higher Education. The quality of its courses has been recognized in the prestigious Erasmus Mundus framework of the European Commission

 

 

Language of teaching

 

Courses fully taught in English during the two years.

 

 

Objectives

 

The course covers the modelling of complex mechanical systems involving a possible coupling of different physics at different scales.

In more general terms, the course provides solid training in advanced techniques in scientific computing at the interface between scientific disciplines for the modelling of engineering problems. ... [-]


Master of Industrial Sciences: Electromechanical Engineering

KU Leuven - University of Leuven
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Belgium Leuven

The cornerstones of this programme are mechanical design and energy conversion. The former starts with an idea that is shaped in a graphical design and results in a finished product through choice of materials, simulation and production technique. Energy conversion is aimed at all aspects of energy efficiency in this process and ranges in practice from electrical controls and automation to thermal power plants, combustion engines, climatisation, etc. [+]

The cornerstones of this programme are mechanical design and energy conversion. The former starts with an idea that is shaped in a graphical design and results in a finished product through choice of materials, simulation and production technique. Energy conversion is aimed at all aspects of energy efficiency in this process and ranges in practice from electrical controls and automation to thermal power plants, combustion engines, climatisation, etc. Intelligent Manufacturing option The issues covered in this option include the latest production techniques; the way production systems operate; and the intrinsic relationship between production and other business processes, especially the design process. At the core of this option are the possibilities that computer-based systems offer in this context. Moreover, you learn to factor in the tension between technology, economics, and the environment and ergonomics. Intelligent Mechanics option The option Intelligent Mechanics relates to designing, developing and optimising automated mechanical machines. Based on a strong background in electricity and mechanics, you delve more deeply into aspects like advanced design methods, electronic operations, controls, measures and drives, data communication and visualisation methods. Intelligent Mobility option Intelligent Mobility deals with the sustainable application of smart solutions. Its application area is very broad, but examples include: fitting electric or hybrid cars with intelligent recharging systems and designing vehicles that can warn each other about accidents or traffic jams. Intelligent Mobility also has to do with choosing materials or production methods that have the smallest ecological impact possible, and optimally syncing transportation systems to one another. This is an initial master's programme and can be followed on a full-time or part-time basis. Add an in-company or project-based learning experience to your master's programme You can augment your master's programme with the Postgraduate Programme Innovation and Entrepreneurship. This programme is made up by a multifaceted learning experience in and with a company, with an innovative engineering challenge as the central assignment. It is carried out in a team setting, has a distinct international dimension, and usually requires a multidisciplinary approach. Entrepreneurs and students alike are encouraged to innovate, transfer knowledge and grow. It is a unique cross-fertilisation between company and classroom. Profile Are you a future industrial engineer? Are you a doer and are you fascinated by how and why things are done? Then you must be a future industrial engineer! - You enjoy looking into how to implement new ideas and improve old ones; - You prepare abstract designs for implementation in a business environment; - You like to link theory to practice; - You aim for a position of responsibility that allows you to apply your knowledge to concrete challenges in the day-to-day workings of a company; - You are eager to develop excellent communication and management skills. Objectives The Master of Industrial Sciences in Electromechanical Engineering is capable of: selecting, formulating, analyzing and answering appropriately a research question of his own choice based on a theoretical or practical problem in his area of technology while taking into consideration the paradigms and making use of appropriate research methodology. achieving maximum efficiency from products and machinery through computer-aided engineering in areas of dimension and control, materials design, kinematic, dynamic and thermal behaviour. analyzing and structuring problems of production control at the level of computer integrated manufacturing (CIM) and designing and implementing controls for installations. managing technology and communicating efficiently the results of his own work, study and research. continuing the process of self-education as well as coaching others in their development as individuals and professionals. integrating relevant research, work and/or study experiences acquired in other environments either at home or abroad. functioning and cooperating in multidisciplinary and international teams through project work and through an exchange of views and opinions. recognizing and taking into consideration the ethical, economic, ecological and aesthetic aspects and implications of his actions. International Students Diversity and an open mind are vital elements in the international learning and work environment at the Group T campus. The student population, staff, and guests come from all corners of the world, turning our campus into a true intercultural nexus for bachelor- and graduate-level education, university-industry collaboration, innovation and professional development. Advantages for international students - All of our undergraduate and graduate degree programmes are offered in English. English is ubiquitous both inside and outside the classroom. If you've mastered English, you'll feel right at home. - Admission to our programmes is not based on an entrance exam. Anyone with the necessary background can apply. - An engineering degree from KU Leuven's Group T campus is a stepping stone to universities and businesses worldwide. Our international network ensures that your degree is recognised by educational institutes and companies in Europe and across the globe. - Leuven is one of Europe's oldest university towns and is located in the heart of Western Europe - just 20 minutes from Brussels, and within easy reach of Paris, Amsterdam, and London. - Tuition fees are markedly lower than those of comparable universities in the US or the UK. Also, Leuven is a mid-sized university town, so cost-of-living expenses tend to be lower than those of other university towns. - The International Office at KU Leuven, Group T Campus has years of experience in welcoming international students from universities worldwide. [-]

Master in Applied Mechanics

Technical University of Ostrava
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Czech Republic Ostrava

The main emphasis in graduate education in the field of Applied Mechanics is on the readiness and ability to develop, elaborate and make practical use of modern computational and experimental approaches to solve technical problems. [+]

Masters in Mechanical Engineering in Europe 2017. Branch Profile Deeper knowledge of the core disciplines of mechanical engineering creates a broad basis for creative applications in engineering and other professional growth through various forms of lifelong learning. The main emphasis in graduate education in the field of Applied Mechanics is on the readiness and ability to develop, elaborate and make practical use of modern computational and experimental approaches to solve technical problems. Graduates will be able to perform static, kinematic and dynamic analysis of mechanisms and structures, to apply fracture mechanics in the assessment of limit states of components and structures, to assess the reliability and durability of machines and temperature loading, deal with technical tasks, flow dynamics and hydro-thermodynamic systems and heat and mass transfer. They will be able to exploit and further develop computer support in the design, planning and research activities for specific applications. Key Learning Outcomes KNOWLEDGE Graduates gain in-depth knowledge about the mechanics of solid bodies, strength and elasticity. In addition to the basic areas of mechanics covered in bachelor study, students deal with questions of fracture mechanics, plasticity, evaluation of the limiting states of parts and structures, examination of the reliability and operational life of machines, analyzing thermal loading, technical flow tasks, dynamics, hydro-mechanical and thermo-mechanical systems and the transfer of heat and mass. Graduates also understand the options, conditions and restrictions on the use of knowledge-related fields.   SKILLS In specific applications, graduates will be able to use and further develop computer aid design, structural and research and development activities. However, the main aim is focused on the preparation and ability to develop, elaborate and practically use computerized procedures in solving technical problems. A graduate can use expertise to independently identify and creatively solve theoretical or practical problems in the field, independently solve complex problems using selected theories, concepts and methods of the field and use some of the most advanced research approaches in the field in a manner allowing to obtain new original information. GENERAL COMPETENCIES Graduates will be able to independently and responsibly to decide on a new or changing context or radically changing environment, taking into account the wider social implications of decisions. By developing relationships and resources available they are able to define terms of reference for professional activities, coordinate them, and bear ultimate responsibility for their results. Graduates will be able to communicate clearly and persuasively both professionals and the wider public, their own professional opinions and use their professional knowledge, professional skills and general competence in at least one foreign language. In terms of teamwork, a student gets the ability to plan, promote and manage the use of theoretical knowledge, gaining additional industry expertise, skills and competencies of other team members.   Occupational Profiles of Graduates A deeper understanding of fundamental disciplines of mechanical engineering creates a broad basis for creative employment in engineering. The graduate will be able to perform static, kinematic and dynamic analysis of mechanisms to apply a knowledge of fracture mechanics in the evaluation of limit states of components and structures, to assess the reliability and durability of machines, thermal stresses and solve technical tasks of flow dynamics in hydro-mechanical and thermodynamical systems. In specific applications he/she will be able to utilize and further develop computer support in the design, especially by means of FEM. The graduate applies as a calculator engineer or researcher in engineering plants and also, after increasing the qualification in doctoral studies, as a researcher.   Admission Requirements Determined by Dean, may include entrance examination, other formal documents.   Graduation Requirement 120 ECTS Credits, Final state examination, Diploma thesis Course Structure Diagram with ECTS Credits List of courses is available at the detailed branch description page    30 ECTS credit per semester. [-]

MSc in Mechanical Engineering

National University of Ireland Galway College of Engineering & Informatics
Campus Full time 12 months September 2017 Ireland Galway

The programme is designed to meet the international demand for 90 ECTS Level 9 qualification in Mechanical Engineering. [+]

Big Challenges being addressed by this programme – motivation. The programme is designed to meet the international demand for 90 ECTS Level 9 qualification in Mechanical Engineering. Programme objectives & purpose The MSc is a 12-month, 90 ECTS Level 9 Masters in Mechanical Engineering, which will take engineering (BE) and closely-related graduates to an advanced level of mechanical engineering capability, focusing on advanced design, analysis, materials and manufacture via state-of-the-art technology. This course offers a broad range of advanced engineering modules, including advanced applied mathematics and advanced computational modelling, as well as industry-specific advanced modules in manufacturing technology, offshore engineering, energy and medical device development and materials. A substantial 12-month research thesis allows the students to implement new research skills developed within a specially-designed module on engineering research methods, including publication of the research findings. Each MSc project focuses on a current ‘hot topic’ in mechanical engineering industry and is carried out in collaboration with industry partners. What’s special about CoEI/National University Ireland Galway in this area: The CoEI have a range of specialist level 9 programmers in multiple disciplines of Engineering and Information Technology, that follow on from the level 8 (B.E.) programmes. The college has a long tradition of producing highly skilled mechanical engineering graduates who achieve hugely successful careers in industry, research and academia at an international level. At NUI Galway, we have a considerable range of state-of-the art facilities and technical expertise for engineering research. We also are located at the heart of one of Europe’s medical device industry hubs, with over 8,300 medtech employees in Galway, ranging from start-up companies up to the numerous multinational medical device companies. NUI Galway has undoubtedly been part of establishment and continued growth of this medtech R&D and manufacturing hub. Programme Structure This 90 ECTS programme includes a substantial 30 ECTS research project, complemented by 60 ECTS of modules (including 10 ECTS of optional modules). Programme Content The research project is directly supervised by a member of academic staff for the full 12-month period on a selected industry or research topic and is assessed on the basis of a written thesis. The modules focus on advanced engineering research methods and technology, where students will combine design, computational methods and modelling, as well as experimental testing and prototyping activities, utilizing state-of-the-art research facilities in the New Engineering Building in NUI Galway. Over two semesters, students will take a total of 10 mandatory advanced modules in mechanics, materials, applied mathematics for engineering and research methods. In addition, students will choose 2 further modules from a choice of 9 specialist modules including turbomachines, offshore engineering and advanced energy systems. Opportunity for number of Industrial & Research internships: The topics for the 30 ECTS research thesis are heavily industry and research focused, building on the highly successful relationship that the Discipline of Mechanical Engineering has with local, national and international engineering companies, and on the diverse range of advanced research activities of the Mechanical Engineering academic staff. Scholarships At NUI Galway, we are keen to ensure that the brightest and most committed students progress to postgraduate study. Our generous Postgraduate Scholarships (valued at €1,500 per student) are designed to reward excellent students who have performed exceptionally well in their undergraduate studies. Details of the Taught Masters Scholarship Scheme, and all other course-specific scholarships and bursaries available, are online at www.nuigalway. ie/postgraduate/scholarships NUI Galway is committed to attracting high calibre students from around the world. The University offers a number of partial international scholarships on a competitive basis to high calibre international students. For more information about eligibility criteria and how to apply, see www.nuigalway.ie/international Grants Comprehensive information is available online at www.studentfinance.ie. Grant applications can also be made online at www.susi.ie Entry Requirements Entry to the programme is open to individuals who have Second Class Honours in a Level 8 engineering degree in a related discipline from a recognised university or third level college. How to apply www.pac.ie/nuigalway Find out more at: www.nuigalway.ie/courses/taught-postgraduatecourses/ mechanical-engineering.html [-]

MSc in MECHANICS AND MACHINE DESIGN

Cracow University of Technology
Campus Full time February 2017 Poland Krakow

Program description: Advanced Computational Mechanics (ACM) is addressed for students who want to increase their knowledge in mechanics and computer application in design of structures (CAD, FEM), material design (CAMD), material selection (CAMS), manufacturing (CAM) and monitoring of machines. Program of studies: Regular: Advanced mathematics (4 ECTS), Engineering mathematics II (2 ECTS), Solid state physics (2 ECTS), Continuum mechanics (2 ECTS), Analytical mechanics (2 ECTS), Numerical methods II (2 ECTS), Objectoriented programming (1 ECTS), Material science II (4 ECTS), Modern structural materials (2 ECTS), Advanced modeling of materials and structures (5 ECTS), Modeling in machine design (4 ECTS), Integrated processing systems (3 ECTS), Advanced FEM modeling (4 ECTS), Advanced strength of materials (2 ECTS), Dynamics of mechanical systems (2 ECTS), Experimental mechanics of solids (2 ECTS), Individual project (5 ECTS), Seminar (3 ECTS), Final project (20 ECTS) Total: 675 h [+]

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Masters Programme in Mechanical Engineering

Sapienza University of Rome
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering aims at training young engineers with an advanced education, providing them with skills in designing, planning and managing complex activities of research and development in an industrial environment. This goal is achieved by means of a broad training proposal based on advanced mathematics and physics, [+]

The Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering aims at training young engineers with an advanced education, providing them with skills in designing, planning and managing complex activities of research and development in an industrial environment. This goal is achieved by means of a broad training proposal based on advanced mathematics and physics, and professional expertise targeted to the solution of complex engineering problems concerning design of processes, plants, systems, devices, machines. Engineering Design professionals educated at Sapienza can work as technology specialists in a wide range of fields, including manufacturing, mechatronic, transportation (automotive, naval, aeronautical and railroad), conventional and renewable energy production, biomechanics and many others. In these settings mechanical engineers are responsible for design, testing, manage, research and development services. The present Mechanical Engineering Course keeps the educational spirit and objectives since the origin of Mechanical Engineering in the most modern sense, during the industrial revolution in the eighteenth century. This continuity to the tradition is combined with the innovation in the didactic approaches, designed to transfer the research know-how of the academic staff in a continuous improvement of teaching experiences and methodologies. Becoming a “Mechanical Engineer” still gives an education of international relevance, and studying in Rome warrants the possibility of living a vivid industry-related cultural experience. [-]

Master in Machine Learning

KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Campus Full time September 2017 Sweden Stockholm

Machine Learning is a scientific discipline focused on the development of algorithms that spot patterns or make predictions from empirical data. [+]

Master in Machine LearningMachine Learning is a scientific discipline focused on the development of algorithms that spot patterns or make predictions from empirical data. Already such algorithms have allowed computers to answer these questions: "Where are the faces in this photo?" and "Can you recommend a movie for me to watch?" In layman's terms, the relationship between data and predictions/patterns is learnt by examining a large quantity of relevant example information. This idea has become central to the design of search engines, robots and sensor systems which process large data sets.Programme outlineIn this programme you will learn the mathematical and statistical foundations and methods for Machine Learning and become comfortable manipulating them to solve questions. You will also gain practical experience of how to match, apply and implement relevant techniques from the field to real world problems. Therefore, the programme provides the students with both the theoretical tools and practical know- how of machine learning, and this is an excellent basis for either a career within industry or further advanced studies.The first semester is devoted to compulsory courses and provides an introduction and solid foundation to the field. Afterwards, students can focus on one of two tracks:... [-]


Master in Simulation Based Engineering Sciences – Applied Computational Mechanics

esocaet Studies by CADFEM
Online & Campus Combined Part time 4 semesters October 2017 Germany Landshut Ingolstadt + 1 more

Since 2005 many engineers and scientists have been successfully studying through the part-time master’s degree program Simulation-based Engineering Sciences (SBES), focusing on Applied Computational Mechanics. [+]

Program Overview 2005 marked the first time the part-time master’s degree program Applied Computational Mechanics was offered jointly by the universities of applied sciences Landshut and Ingolstadt as well as CADFEM. Since then many engineers and scientists have been successfully studying through the part-time master’s degree program Simulation-based Engineering Sciences (SBES), focusing on Applied Computational Mechanics. Possible Degrees Master’s (M.Eng., 90 ECTS-credits) Module studies Recognition of competencies, that participants already acquire at work Yearly program starts in September. Those with specific background knowledge may have the possibility to enroll later. Flexible Scheduling: Master’s degrees usually take four semesters to complete. With a reduced course-load it will take longer. Comprehensive combination of modules as needed Experienced professors from different universities and from industry The language of instruction is EnglishLifelong learning: Even after degree completion, you can take module coursework. Participant Group The ideal candidates are college graduates, who have already collected professional experience in engineering or science, and who are interested in a professional or managerial career in the field of product development with a focus on simulation. Since the study is supervised individually, it also takes into account the interests of newcomers as well as experienced professionals who wish to transfer from other applications. Thus, the offer is also open to professionals who have been contemplating a diploma, bachelor's, master's or even a doctoral degree. Module Course Offerings Structure Mechanics Solid Mechanics* Finite Element Method* Geometrical Nonlinear and Contact Analysis* Materials and Material Models* Computational Dynamics* Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics Multi Body Systems Mechatronics Mechatronics Interdisciplinary Topics Acoustics Mathematics and Computational Methods* Experimental Validation Modeling Techniques Optimization and Robust Design Scientific Programming Simulation Management Management of Product Development Project Work* Additional Themes Our partner universities offer modules from other areas of simulation-based engineering sciences such as fluid dynamics or human medicine. Information material with a complete module summary can be ordered by us. *Compulsory master’s program modules Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) The career-integrated program is a module-concept and contains 90 ECTS-credits total. Successful graduates will earn their Master of Engineering degree (M.Eng.), which enables them to apply for their doctoral degree thereafter. Time Period The study is divided into in-person and self-study phases. The classroom includes lectures, seminar-like classes and practical exercises. Overall, you need to plan for about 45 days of in-person attendance within two-years, as well as eight to ten hours per week for independent study. The classroom teaching takes place at one of the two universities, usually on Friday and Saturday. Thus, the program is specifically tailored to the needs of those who are working, and it can also be completed with longer travel distances. Sequence of Study Participants in the master’s program must first have their university degree, as well as at least one year of professional experience in the field of engineering or natural science. In the initial semester method-oriented and application-specific modules are at the forefront, of which you may select three yourself. As part of your previous employment or as part of your higher education, you probably already acquired some of these necessary on-the-job skills. Therefore, you may receive credit for the first semester modules if evidence of comparable skills is displayed after an individual examination. This can reduce the study period from five to four semesters for many students. Over the next three semesters at least nine specialized modules must be completed from the module listing, including seven compulsory modules. The elective courses can be selected from the module catalogue of the master program or from a range of cooperating higher education institutions, so long as they are equivalent. We are happy to provide personalized advising concerning the aspects of the first semester, and the possibility to earn credit through individual modules. The master thesis generally involves the scientific processing of a task for the student’s company. The final program component takes place through a master’s thesis defense at the university. Module Studies Each of the modules offered by the program can be taken individually. In order to achieve optimum learning, you should take note of the recommended prior knowledge. A module comprises 5 ECTS points and concludes with an examination. Under certain circumstances, the combination may be useful along with another module. Time Period The study is divided into in-person and self-study units. The live classroom portion will usually be on Friday and Saturday at one of the two universities and generally includes 9 to 10 half-days. For self-study, you should plan another 70 hours. Upon successful completion you receive a certificate of academic achievement. Module Study Offerings The current course offerings are available under the Module Overview tab. We would gladly fulfill personal requests for module descriptions, module specific requirements, and schedules, and are happy to advise you individually. Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt 5,300 students in 42 technical and economics courses, 126 professors in three faculties, two central institutions, 98 international partner universities and a modern administration - these numbers represent our university. So what is behind these numbers? First, it is the quality of our practical, hands-on teaching. The power of innovation in applied research also plays a big role. Finally, we have a campus with an attractive environment in the center of which is our students. The Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt has taught in the fields of Education Sciences since its founding in 1994, and always puts its graduates in a position to apply scientific methods in professional practice. The excellent amenities create the conditions for a short length of study coupled with and a rate of success. Landshut University of Applied Sciences Teaching and learning, research and development and training, to ensure lifelong learning—these principles have guided the work of University of Landshut since its founding in 1978. The five faculties Management, Electrical/ Industrial Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering and Social Work offer 30 courses of study. Nearly 5,100 students will benefit from the practical relevance of teaching, as well as the individual support and modern equipment. These include a unique library, with the possibility to check-out books around the clock, as well as the data center and the well-equipped technical laboratories. In such an optimal environment, the graduates can fully concentrate on their studies. [-]

Master in Mechanical Engineering

Czech Technical University in Prague
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague

The Faculty is authorized by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic to offer university education. The Faculty is also recognised by FEANI (European Federation of National Engineering Associations). [+]

Masters in Mechanical Engineering in Europe 2017. Field of Study - Environmental Engineering - Power Engineering - Applied Mechanics - Instrumentation and Control Engineering - Transportation, Aerospace and Handling Technology - Mechatronics - Process Engineering - Production Machines and Equipment - Enterprise Management and Economics - Biomechanics and Medical Instruments - Production and Materials Engineering - Mathematical Modelling in Engineering Entrance Exams NON Entrance Requeirements - fully completed application form - English language certificate Level of English - TOEFL IB T 65/TOEFL CBT 185 - B2, FCE, IELTS 5.5 Scholarship not for the first year students [-]