A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.
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.
Germany, officially the Federal Republic of Germany, is a federal parliamentary republic in western-central Europe. The country consists of 16 states, and its capital and largest city is Berlin.
Top Master Programs in Mechanical Engineering in Germany 2018/2019
Internationality is a very important feature at Esslingen University. We offer the opportunity for students from diverse cultural backgrounds to study, work and live together. [+]
MEng in Design and Development for Mechanical and Automotive Engineering
Internationality is a very important feature of the Esslingen University Graduate School. We have students from diverse cultural backgrounds studying, working and living together. This intercultural exchange and cooperation is a strong added value for our master’s students.
Esslingen University maintains regular contact with many prime international companies. This is important for the development, planning, and teaching of our programs, and is of great benefit during the students' practical semester. The Esslingen University master courses are regularly accredited by renowned associations such as the FIBAA and ASIIN. ESSLINGEN – AN IDEAL PLACE TO STUDY... [-]
The consecutive master’s degree enables graduates of Mechatronics and other related fields of study to deepen their knowledge of networked systems in digital production. [+]
The consecutive master’s degree enables graduates of Mechatronics and other related fields of study to deepen their knowledge of networked systems in digital production.Degree: Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) Duration: 3 semesters or 18 months Start: Course begins annually in October and March Admission requirements Undergraduate degree or equivalent with a min. of 210 ECTS credits from a German or international university in the following subject areas: Industrial Engineering, Engineering Physics, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechatronics Required English skills Key areas of study Cyber-physical systems Cooperative and autonomous systems Advanced simulation systems Additive manufacturing Career Prospects: Master Mechatronic and Cyber-Physical Systems ... [-]
Since 2005 many engineers and scientists have been successfully studying through the part-time master’s degree program Simulation-based Engineering Sciences (SBES), focusing on Applied Computational Mechanics. [+]
2005 marked the first time the part-time master’s degree program Applied Computational Mechanics was offered jointly by the universities of applied sciences Landshut and Ingolstadt as well as CADFEM. Since then many engineers and scientists have been successfully studying through the part-time master’s degree program Simulation-based Engineering Sciences (SBES), focusing on Applied Computational Mechanics.Possible Degrees Master’s (M.Eng., 90 ECTS-credits) Module studies Recognition of competencies, that participants already acquire at work The yearly program starts in September. Those with specific background knowledge may have the possibility to enroll later. Flexible Scheduling: Master’s degrees usually take four semesters to complete. With a reduced course-load, it will take longer. Comprehensive combination of modules as needed Experienced professors from different universities and from industry The language of instruction is English Lifelong learning: Even after degree completion, you can take module coursework. Participant Group ... [-]