Part time Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering in Ingolstadt in Germany

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A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.

A wide range of knowledge as well as an assortment of methods and skills are necessary in mechanical engineering. This subject is diverse because it is the foundation of designing and manufacturing everything from small individual parts and devices to large systems.

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.

Resting along the banks of River Danube in the State of Bavaria Germany is Ingolstadt city. It is home to more than 100,000 inhabitants. Ingolstadt city has 2 main universities and other institutions of higher learning.

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Master in Simulation Based Engineering Sciences – Applied Computational Mechanics

esocaet Studies by CADFEM
Online & Campus Combined Part time 4 semesters October 2017 Germany Landshut Ingolstadt Grafing + 2 more

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. [+]

Part time Masters in Mechanical Engineering in Ingolstadt in Germany. Program Overview 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 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 EnglishLifelong learning: Even after degree completion, you can take module coursework. Participant Group The ideal candidates are college graduates, who have already collected professional experience in engineering or science, and who are interested in a professional or managerial career in the field of product development with a focus on simulation. Since the study is supervised individually, it also takes into account the interests of newcomers as well as experienced professionals who wish to transfer from other applications. Thus, the offer is also open to professionals who have been contemplating a diploma, bachelor's, master's or even a doctoral degree. Module Course Offerings Structure Mechanics Solid Mechanics* Finite Element Method* Geometrical Nonlinear and Contact Analysis*... [-]