Study Mechanical Engineering in Germany

Master's Degrees in
Mechanical Engineering in Germany

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Studying Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering deals with the design or redesign of mechanical and thermal devices or subsystems, using analysis and computer-aided design. A mechanical engineer is responsible for finding efficient solutions to the development of processes and products, ranging from small component designs to extremely large plant, machinery or vehicles.

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Studying in Germany

Universities in Germany are famous for excellent education, not only in engineering. German degrees are recognized all around the world and have a strong international focus. Various scholarships and special support for international students are available.

13 Mechanical Engineering Master's degrees in Germany

M.Sc. Optics and Photonics

The Masters program in Optics and Photonics from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) is for students with an accomplished degree in natural or engineering . Candidates with other equivalent but less common degrees (e.g. Mechatronic, Nanotechnology) will also be considered.

Karlsruhe School of Optics & Photonics (KSOP)
M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

The combination of mechanical engineering with electronics, metrology, steering technology and control engineering has created entirely new products and processes. In today's increasingly globalized marketplace, graduates with a Master's in mechanical engineering have a global and wide-ranging choice of careers. 

Fakultät für Ingenieurwissenschaften
M.Sc. Textile Engineering

The Master in Textile Engineering provides knowlegde on the latest development in textile technology in a wide range of subjects covering high-performance fibres, 3D-textiles and new processes and machines to manufacture textile products.

RWTH Aachen University International Academy
M.Sc. Robotic Systems Engineering

The M.Sc. Robotic Systems Engineering is tailored for robotic specialists and provides an outstanding education at the interface between mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and computer sciences.

RWTH Aachen University International Academy
M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

The central focus of the Master of Science Program at the Luebeck University of Applied Sciences (LUAS), is new and different. Our approach is a strategic partnership between the students in the program, the university and the industries.

International Masters Programs
M.Sc. Computational Mechanics

A strong background in Computational Mechanics opens up a successful career in many fields of engineering. The Technical University of Munich offers the postgraduate programme in Computational Mechanics.

Faculty of Civil, Geo, and Environmental Engineering
M.Sc. Metallurgical Engineering

Metallurgical Engineering is concerned with the development, production, and processing of ferrous, non-ferrous, and mineral materials. 

PUBLIC English-taught International Programmes at RWTH Aachen University
M.Sc. Management & Engineering in Computer Aided Mechanical Engineering

The Master of Science in "Management and Engineering in Computer Aided Mechanical Engineering" (MME-CAME) is an interdisciplinary industrial engineering programme conducted by two leading European universities, well-reputed in their specific fields. The German RWTH Aachen University has one of the best faculties of mechanical engineering worldwide and conducts the programme's engineering part. The Dutch Maastricht School of Management has a worldwide reputation for its programmes in business and management teaching.

RWTH Aachen University International Academy
M.Sc. Computational Mechanics

Engineers aiming to work in this field need a solid grounding in its governing principles. The Computational Mechanics course teaches students the underlying theory needed to apply and advance complex computer-assisted procedures. This involves correct use of models and algorithms, the correct carrying out and interpretation of experiments, and the error-free use of application programs. 

Fakultät für Ingenieurwissenschaften