Erasmus Mundus Master in Mechatronic and Micro-Mechatronic Systems
The Dual Master´s Degree Master in Mechatronic Engineering was developed during the 2008-2012 period with the support of the ERASMUS MUNDUS Program. The outstanding success of our alumni and our cooperation with the industry are paving the way for us to continue with this programme by offering a two-year (120 ECTS) accredited* master’s course in Mechatronic Engineering. Our aim is to familiarize students and invited scholars with the methods, the development and the application of mechatronics in different fields including automotive engineering, aerospace, mobile communication systems, MEMS and, adaptive systems in optics, bionics and robotics.
The master´s students will study at two of the five partner universities:
HSKA, Karlsruhe, Germany.
ENSMM, Besançon, France.
UNIOVI, Gijón, Spain.
ISPEU, Ivanovo, Russian Federation.
NILE, Cairo, Egypt.
The students can also spend part of their studies at a non-European associated partner university. Lectures are given in the local languages of French, German, Spanish and English (in Egypt and Russia!). Besides earning a world-class qualification, students will have the opportunity to learn new languages and improve their intercultural skills.
During the EU4M****Thesis Project, our students work with professionals from different backgrounds in renowned academic institutions and in the industry sector, thus getting an insight into state-of-the-art European mechatronic technologies. This way, students will develop a coherent and integrated approach towards the design and implementation of contemporary systems.
Third-party institutions offer scholarships for European and non-European students as well as for non-European scholars.
You have to hold a bachelor’s degree or an equivalent university degree in one of the following disciplines: Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechatronics, Automotive/Aerospace, Sensor Technologies or a related scientific engineering subject.
High language skills in two of the following three languages: German, Spanish and French (and English!) at upper-intermediate level (B1) or better, based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
A good training profile, assessed on the basis of a complete grade list of the previous study programme, a professional background and evidence of above-average scores.
For further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Different scholarshipsare available for this two-year master´s course.
Our top three applicants will receive up to a 50% reduction in tuition fees for their first year of studies. The following three will get a reduction of 20%.
A reduction of the tuition fees for the second year can also be awarded to our students, based on their academic results during their first year.
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