South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences

Systems Engineering & Engineering Management

M.Sc. (Master of Science)
Subjects: Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics, Systems Engineering, Management & Consulting
M.Sc.
Degree
90
ECTS
English
English only
Language
Winter semester: 15 May/30 Jun
Summer semester: 15 Nov/31 Jan
Application Deadlines
1.5 Years (starting: Both semesters)
Duration
Free
Tuition Fees (per semester)
Starting
Both semesters
Mode of admission:
local admission restriction
Application:
uni-assist
Study mode:
On campus

Five Reasons to choose this Master's Program


Learn to integrate advanced technology into a wide variety of industrial applications and research topics
Over the course of this master’s program, students gain vital knowledge of systems engineering and engineering management, such as control systems design, digital signal processing, machine learning, advanced production engineering, and embedded systems, among other areas.
Great career opportunities in tech-based companies
Graduates of this master’s program have access to great job opportunities in engineering and management roles in the fields of electrical, mechanical, mechatronic engineering, systems engineering, and engineering management. They can also continue their academic career with a Ph.D.
Take the opportunity to obtain a double degree from the University of Bolton in the UK
Students of this master’s program have the option to study one semester at the University of Bolton in the UK to obtain a M.Sc. from each university.
Study in a multicultural environment with people from over 60 countries
Students of this master’s program interact with fellow classmates from over 60 different countries, and therefore have the enviable opportunity to gain additional vital intercultural competences.
Specialize in one of three compelling areas of expertise
This program offers students the option to choose one area of specialization from among three pathways: Electronic Systems, Mechatronic Systems, or Mechanical Systems.

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