Prospective Students

Bachelor Degree Course

Mechanical Engineering

Opportunities for specialization:
Energy technology, automobile and motor technology, aeronautics, management, mechanical engineering, mechatronics, medical technology, product development, production technology, process technology, robotics

Master Degree Courses (in alphabetical order)

New Master's Degree Programs

In the winter semester 19/20, the six new M.Sc. degree programs started at the Department of Mechanical Engineering: Automotive Engineering; Energy and Process Technology; Design, Production and Management in Mechanical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Mechatronics and Robotics; and Medical Technology and Assistance Systems.

Special features at a glance

  • Focus on future-oriented issues, including health and demographic change, sustainable energy provision, sustainable mobility, and holistic product engineering processes geared around ongoing digitalisation,
  • More English-language teaching,
  • Increased transparency resulting from grouping of central modules around thematic cornerstones,
  • Interdisciplinary, more flexible, individual and international degree course study organisation resulting from a broader module catalogue and more flexible modules,
  • More emphasis on developing competence in academic work through the new module entitled “Research in Practice”, as well as seminars on writing a Master's thesis,
  • Increase in the number of modules offered covering key competences.

Apply on or after 01.04.2020 using TUMonline!

Automotive Engineering

Opportunities for specialization:
Motor vehicles, power units, electronics and assistance systems, production and materials, methodology

Energy and Process Engineering

Opportunities for specialization:
Technical energy systems, energy machinery and components, process engineering, methodological foundations

Development, Production and Management in Mechanical Engineering

Opportunities for specialization:
Development and design, production and logistics, management in mechanical engineering, components for specific branches, foundations

Mechanical Engineering

Opportunities for specialization:
Fundamentals of engineering sciences, core subjects of mechanical engineering, related areas (e.g. electrical engineering, information technology, management)

Mechatronics and Robotics

Opportunities for specialization:
Overall system, automatic control, mechanics, information technology/computer-aided methods, electrical engineering

Medical Engineering and Assistance Systems

Opportunities for specialization:
Mechatronics and equipment technology, materials and implants, musculoskeletal assistance systems, regulations and design of studies, many other significant subject areas