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The education is aimed at training engineers capable of elaborating the concept of machines, mechanical equipment and processes, modelling them, then planning, operating and maintaining them, developing machine industry technologies, new materials, production technologies and using them in view of environmental aspects, performing leading, management and organization tasks, performing the tasks of technical development, research, planning and innovation, connecting to and coordinating engineering projects of domestic and/or international level, as well as continuing engineering studies even within the scope of doctors education.

Programme structure

Determining knowledge fields (subjects) in accordance with this Master’s degree and qualifications

Ground subjects (extending BSc qualification to MSc level)
Natural science basics: 20 to 36 credit units
Mathematics, physics, mechanics, material science, thermo- and hydrodynamics and other subjects by institution;
Economics and human skills: 10 to 20 credit units,
Management and executive skills, quality assurance, environment protection, recycling, energy management, communications, marketing, legal and financial skills, other subjects specified by the institution.

Professional core material: 10 to 30 credit units,
Machine construction, design and production, measure and signal processing, electronics, independent project work, further core material specified by the institution.

Mandatory optional subjects from the professional core material: 46 to 60 credit units.
Differentiated professional skills:
All those special professional skills, which are prerequisites for a successful pursuit and development on the following fields:
applied mechanics, material science, fluid dynamics, building engineering, mechanical procedure techniques, informatics of mechanical systems, machine production technology, machine design, thermodynamic power machines and equipment, agricultural machines, instrument technology and quality assurance, and polymer technology.
Thesis: 30 credit units.

Career opportunities

Nowadays there is an increasing demand on the labour market for mechanical engineers. The industrial areas of machine production, chemical production and the energy sector requires skillful mechanical engineers to do the work tasks of factories and design offices in relation to technical design, maintenance and quality insurance.

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