Mechanical engineers focus on the machinery, the product, and the production process. TheMechanical Engineering Master's degree course zooms in on one of these disciplines.
Almost everything that has not been created by Nature is in some way a product of mechanical engineering. Examples include large-scale plants such as power stations, oil refineries, steel factories or flood barriers. Mechanical engineers also devise means of transport such as cars, trains, airplanes, rockets and electric scooters, and all kinds of applications e.g. in medicine and biomedicine, like robot-controlled surgical tools and "smart" prostheses such as heart valves and miniature cameras for internal explorations. Mechanical engineers focus on the machinery, the product, and the production process. The Mechanical Engineering Master's degree course zooms in on one of these disciplines.
- Applied Mechanics
- Biomechanical Engineering / Rehabilitation Engineering
- Design Engineering
- Elastomer Technology and Engineering
- Engineering Fluid Dynamics
- Engineering of Fibrous Smart Materials
- Industrial Design and Manufacturing
- Mechanical Automation, Mechatronics, and Laser Technology
- Multi-Scale Mechanics
- Production Management
- Production Technology
- Surface Engineering and Tribology
- Thermal Engineering
The language of instruction for all courses will be English. If only Dutch-speaking students are present in a class the teacher and students may decide to switch to Dutch.
The minimum required English language level for sub-scores on speaking and writing is IELTS 6.5 or equivalent.
In order to be admitted you should possess a BSc-degree from an accredited institute in a related field.
Your grades should belong to the highest among your peers.
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Last updated January 16, 2018