In the field of mechanical engineering, the Faculty of Engineering Technology offers both a BSc and an MSc degree programme in Mechanical Engineering. Graduates of these programmes have learned how to devise, design and build new products, ranging from small appliances (such as a robotic arm for the production of car parts) to large installations (such as a power plant). They will have gained thorough knowledge into the areas of mechanics, dynamics, energy and thermodynamics, production techniques, material science, aerodynamics and automation, in order to be able to e.g. optimise existing equipment, improve production processes or continue developing technologies such as 3D-printing. The modules and courses offered to exchange students are all part of the regular programmes, whether in mechanical engineering or other. This means that many of these modules and courses are building on knowledge from modules and courses taught in earlier phases of that same programme. Before you start selecting your modules or courses, please familiarise yourself with the terminology and structure of our educational system.
Regarding your background (BSc/MSc) & the course level you can choose (BSc/MSc): bachelor students have to select BSc modules and master students can select both BSc modules or MSc courses. It is not possible to select only some parts of a module.
Regarding your background (study field) & the subjects of the courses you can choose: please read this text.
Admittance to any module or course is still subject to fulfilment of the pre-requisites of that module or course.
Disclaimer: All information on this web page regarding courses offered by the Faculty of ET for exchange students is subject to change without notice. Reasonable efforts are taken to ensure the accuracy and integrity of all information provided here, but the Faculty of ET is not responsible for misprints, out-of-date information, or errors.
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