TU Dortmund University, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, GermanyTU Dortmund University, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Save to shortlist
|The award||How you will study||Study duration||Course start||Domestic course fees||International course fees|
|MSc||Full-time||2 years||find out||EUR 290 per semester||EUR 290 per semester|
The "Master of Science in Manufacturing Technology” (MMT) is an English-language four-semester Master's program which is offered since the winter semester 2011. The Master's Program is geared towards dedicated and highly motivated students and graduates of renowned German and foreign universities with main emphasis on international students. Chosen students will be able to study on a scholarship for the duration of the program.
The program starts once a year in October (winter semester of each year). Application period is from 1st February until 15th March.
Program contents and profile
Mechanical engineers are significant pioneers for progress and development in the field of industrial production. Germany as a location for business is characterized by excellent industrial production and scientific research at international level. Due to the increasing complexity of mechanical engineering developments a comprehensive understanding of the coherences within and between the individual fields of mechanical engineering is essential. Owing to an increasing globalization in the production sector cross-cultural communication has become a decisive criterion for success. English being the language of instruction, students become prepared for the integration in international networks. The Master's program "Master of Science in Manufacturing Technology" equips students with detailed knowledge, skills, and competences in the field of interdisciplinary production engineering. Researching learning represents a key component in this context. For this purpose, students are offered lectures and courses at different chairs and institutes of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. Thanks to the program's language being English and its international structure as well as due to the close cooperation with renowned industrial companies students receive the best possible preparation for a professional career in the production sector.
During the first two semesters students will gain profound knowledge in machining technology, materials science, and forming technology. In addition, students chose three elective modules according to their personal interests. The third semester is characterized by project and laboratory work, teaching students the competence of applying theoretical knowledge in practical applications. The module "Interdisciplinary qualification" is geared to impart soft skills as well as language skills in order to prepare students for their later profession. The master's thesis is scheduled for the fourth semester.
In Germany all public universities are free of tuition fees. Since TU Dortmund University is a public institution there is no tuition fee for the MMT. However, students are requested to pay a social contribution fee.
For more information about international entry requirements, visit http://www.aaa.tu-dortmund.de/cms/en/International_Students/Applicants/index.html
Below are some suggested courses at other providers that you may also be interested in:
Undergraduate Foundation Programme in Life Sciences Other UG Award, Undergraduate Foundation Programme
ONCAMPUS SouthamptonFind out more
If you do not meet the entry requirements for this course then consider one of these postgraduate preparation courses from another institution:
ONCAMPUS SouthamptonFind out more
There are 8 other courses listed from TU Dortmund University, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. A selection of these are displayed below:
Find out more about studying in Germany