The Master of Science in Engineering – Sustainable Product Creation (MSPC) at the University of Luxembourg provides engineering students with a comprehensive understanding of all relevant aspects of the product creation process. The courses cover market segment definition, product designing and calculation, product manufacturing, and product recycling and re-use. The classes include all aspects of sustainable product creation and have an interdisciplinary scope with mechanical and electrical know-how.
Combination of mechanical engineering and mechatronic issues within sustainable product creation
Focus on lean and sustainable use of all resources
Insights into electrical engineering and computer networking to integrate industry 4.0 and IoT skills
Study and career opportunities
Doctoral Programme in Mechanical/Electro and Communications Engineering at the University of Luxembourg
Engineer, consultant in the industry
Participation in start-up activities and proof-of-concept projects
Plan, design, and produce products in a sustainable fashion to meet market demand.
Apply techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools required in the engineering practice, develop solutions to unfamiliar problems, and manage complexity.
Conduct experiments, identify, collect, interpret the required data, and use his/her judgment and creativity to work with complex information.
Have the skills to transfer problem-solving techniques to new areas and integrate knowledge from different branches.
Communicate with co-workers verbally, graphically, and in writing, using relevant and specific terms.
Ability to work within interdisciplinary teams and to communicate with colleagues, customers, and suppliers in national and international contexts.
Assess the environmental, economic, and societal implications of his/her decisions in both corporate and global context.
Have the requisite mindset to take on leadership roles
Develop his / her continuing education in engineering and as a member of the society.
Ability to cope with ambiguity and operate in a fast-changing competitive business environment.
Bachelor degree in engineering (mechanical or mechatronics) or related field
Students with other Bachelor degrees and good grades are encouraged to apply
Language: level B2 in English
EU students: February - August
Non-EU students: February - April
Program at a glance
Duration: 4 semesters (120 ECTS)
Registration fees: 200 € / Semester
Campus: Kirchberg (main), Belval