Master's Degrees in Mechanical Engineering in Switzerland

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Studying Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering deals with the design or redesign of mechanical and thermal devices or subsystems, using analysis and computer-aided design. A mechanical engineer is responsible for finding efficient solutions to the development of processes and products, ranging from small component designs to extremely large plant, machinery or vehicles.

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Studying in Switzerland

Switzerland is a federal Republic in western Europe. It comprises 26 cantons and has four official languages: German (predominant), French, Italian and Romansh. Switzerland is not member of the European Union and has the swiss franc as currency. It is the country with the highest wealth per adult in the world.

10 Mechanical Engineering Master's degrees in Switzerland

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

Building up on a thorough and multidisciplinary preliminary curriculum, the teaching provided within the Mechanical Engineering Master's curriculum remains at a general level, while offering specialization opportunities. It thus provides preparation both to careers in the private sector and to scientific research activities.

School of Engineering
M.Sc. Robotics, Systems and Control

The Master's Program in Robotics, Systems and Control is a specialized program offered by the Department of Mechanical and Process Engineering (D-MAVT), the Department of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering (D-ITET), the Department of Computer Science (D-INFK) and the Department of Health Science and Technology (D-HEST).

Engineering Sciences
M.Sc. Advanced Studies in Nano and Micro Technology

The Master in Micro and Nanotechnologies offers an interdisciplinary education with courses in mechanical and electrical engineering, materials science, as well as physics, biochemistry and computational science. it is Professional Learning Environment that acts as a catalyst for the exponential growth of students’ academic as well as extracurricular abilities.

Laboratory of Applied NanoSciences