Mission and goals
The educational goal of the MSc Programme in Mechanical Engineering is to train highly qualified engineers, capable of playing different roles in the job market, by providing them with sound scientific, economic and technical competences, together with broad practical and professional skills needed for a successful career in a technologically advanced and rapidly evolving society.
The specialist in Mechanical Engineering, being involved in the design, production process and operation of products and systems, needs to develop a strong interdisciplinary background in machine design, with respect to functional requirements, dynamic and structural analysis, propulsion and engine systems, fluid mechanics, material properties and selection, manufacturing processes and production systems, operation and management of industrial plants, experimental techniques, mechatronics and industrial automation.
Students holding at least a BSc degree in a scientific or technical discipline, and 15 years of global education are eligible for application. The Commission will evaluate case by case students with different backgrounds.
The MSc graduate in mechanical engineering can work in many industrial sectors: notably, he is able to develop and design mechanical systems with regard to the functional, structural and energetic standpoints. Further opportunities, related to design, production and development of new technologies, measurement techniques and innovative materials, are offered by high-tech manufacturing industries and service providers. Besides the above-mentioned sectors, the graduate in mechanical engineering can also be employed in public administration and research institutes.
Cost & Fees
For EU students fees are based on students’ family income and the study plan presented, and range from about €800 to €3,300 per year.
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Last updated August 21, 2018