MSc Degree in Mechanical Engineering in Estonia

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Mechanical Engineering

The Master of Science provides an opportunity for graduates to obtain advanced research skills and knowledge in a professional learning environment. A Master of Science (MS) degree can provide you with the foundation of knowledge and key competencies you'll need throughout your career

Mechanical engineering is a wide topic that includes the manufacturing of all things. The science needed to produce individual parts of machines and systems, and the knowledge necessary to make those parts work in concert, are included in mechanical engineering.

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MSc in Mechatronics

TalTech University
Campus Full time 2 years September 2019 Estonia Tallinn

The programme aims to give students professional knowledge and skills for a successful career in the future that are orientated to ICT intensive engineering technologies, such as mechatronics, robotics and automation, which presume professional abilities to integrate, conduct and lead complex engineering projects integrating smart ICT and hardware technologies for solving practical problems and starting a new business. [+]

The programme aims to give students professional knowledge and skills for a successful career in the future that are orientated to ICT intensive engineering technologies, such as mechatronics, robotics and automation, which presume professional abilities to integrate, conduct and lead complex engineering projects integrating smart ICT and hardware technologies for solving practical problems and starting a new business. This programme is strongly orientated towards practical, hands-on projects and developing practical skills supported by laboratories of mechatronics, robotics, machine vision, automation, etc. and computer classes.

Speciality

Most of the courses are project-based supported by theoretical materials. There are several Practical Project courses on the first year containing the topics of machine control, autonomous and industrial robotics and mechatronics and sensory systems aimed to work with some real industrial applications by student groups ending with presenting a conference paper as a rule. Examples of this kind projects are "Smart control of collaborative robots", "3D vision serving for robots" and "UAV and UGV control simulation and hardware systems", etc.... [-]