The combination of mechanics, electronics and software are used in everything from robots to refrigerators. With a master degree in Mechatronics you could, for example, make smaller and faster information technology products or create energy saving products. Your thorough knowledge and understanding of Mechatronics enable you to create innovative technological solutions to everyday challenges. As a master student, you can specialise in four areas: Nanotechnology, Embedded Control Systems, Dynamic Mechatronic Systems and Thermal Energy Systems.
This is a two-year master programme. To study a master degree in Mechatronics you must have a relevant bachelor degree (three years of the previous study at university level).
The master programme is based on two blocks: a compulsory block called Advanced Mechatronics and Scientific Methods and a specialisation where you can choose between four academic profiles: Thermal Energy Systems, Nanotechnology, Embedded Control Systems or Dynamic Mechatronic Systems.
Each year more than 1500 international students from all over the world choose to study at the University of Southern Denmark, so you will become part of a lively international student environment.
We believe that engineers of today must have a global perspective and experience and we encourage international as well as Danish students to spend one or two semesters abroad on an internship or as exchange students.
Faculty of Engineering has adopted a student-centred approach to learning, and teaching is based on problem-based project work. Students participate significantly in class and carry out project work in small teams.
1. A bachelor's degree in Electronic, Mechanical or Mechatronics engineering.
Applicants with a similar bachelor’s degree if their academic qualifications correspond with the bachelor degrees mentioned above.
Additional requirements may apply for the different profiles of the master's programme.
2. English language skills.