Engineering and Production Management 19
Department of Engineering

Engineering and Production Management

 

Engineers with the confidence to innovate are in greater demand than ever. Our co-op master degree programme in Engineering and Production Management will prepare you for a managerial role in the production companies of the future – and our academic course incorporating extensive experience of the working world is your key to success.

What you will learn:

Did you know, …

… that, during the 4-semester course, you’ll spend a total of 15 months in a company on block release?

The theoretical blocks of the course are designed so that they can be ideally combined with work commitments (up to 80% employment). This provides you with a degree of financial independence without having to give up campus life.

Did you know, …

… that you start the course with an industrial R&D project?

Applied research and development is a central element of the course. Together with your partner company you’ll agree on the topic for a work-related R&D project right at the start. This topic can lead directly on to your master’s thesis.

Did you know, …

… that the course incorporates the latest technological trends?

Whether Industry 4.0 or sustainable production, the course addresses cutting edge topics of industry, preparing you for future demands in the job market.

Did you know, …

… that most of the lecturers are actively involved in industry?

Numerous experts from industry teach on the course, ensuring a relevant practical basis. Rather than outdated and out-of-touch information, industrial specialists impart the latest knowledge based on their practical experience.

Did you know, …

… that the 3rd semester is taught in English?

Many companies have production sites around the globe and the language for communicating between them is almost always English. Technical lectures delivered in English will prepare you for these challenges in industry.

Did you know, …

… that you can also spend a semester abroad?

International exchange is very important to us. Consequently you have the opportunity to spend a semester at a foreign university. You can also spend part of your practical block abroad if this can be coordinated with the company you’re training with.