The courses of the Mechatronics and Robotics Master's programme are being offered jointly by the two Faculties of Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering at Schmalkalden University of Applied Sciences. This cooperation makes it possible to offer students outstanding interdisciplinary learning and study conditions in excellently and modernly equipped laboratories with latest technologies. Students study together in the first two semesters, but are assigned to one of the two specialization subjects electrical or mechanical engineering. The subject assignment takes place at the beginning of the course and should be oriented towards the respective Bachelor's degree and the individual interest of the applicant.
Students are taught technical and scientific engineering skills and abilities for the holistic development and manufacture of mechatronic products. In particular, the development methodology, for which German engineering is world-famous, is taught both theoretically and practically in special learning units. Special emphasis is placed on the handling of engineering simulation and software tools as well as on the latest rapid manufacturing technologies. The acquired knowledge and skills enable the graduates to take on responsible work in all areas of a modern business enterprise, including research. This also includes the ability to complete a doctorate in engineering at a later date.
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- Automation Control
- Digital Signal Processing for Engineering Applications
- Optics and LASERs
- Vibration Engineering
- Drives for Automation Systems
- Development of Mechatronic Systems
- Systems Theory
- Microelectronics Assembly and Packaging
- Communication Systems
- Simulation Methods for Mechanical Systems
- Project work
- Master thesis
- 18 months
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DisciplinesMechanical Engineering Mechatronics Robotics View 19 other Masters in Mechanical Engineering in Germany
- University Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics, Electrical Engineering, or similar granted for a seven Semester (Bachelor) Programme at a recognised University
- Your (Bachelor) Degree needs to contain a workload of at least 10 ECTS of Mathematics and at least 10 ECTS of Physics and an overall workload of engineering/science subjects of at least 90 ECTS.
- Your (Bachelor) Degree needs to be granted with a Final Grade equal or better 2,5 on the German Grading Scale (Grade will be transferred by SUAS).
- English Language Qualification: E.g. TOEFL IbT Score equal or better 79, Proof of English as Medium of Instruction in Bachelor’s Programme or others
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Apply and win up to €6000 to cover your tuition fees.