We offer the possibility to obtain a degree in mechatronics engineering or industrial engineering within the framework of a cooperative study programme.

A degree in mechatronics engineering – what does that mean?

Mechatronics engineering graduates develop and design machines and systems comprised of mechanical, electronic and IT components.

In this programme, you will also acquire knowledge in the following areas:

  • Conception and design of balancing machines and systems
  • Development of new products
  • Commissioning (introduction of our machines at the customer incl. training of maintenance and operating staff)
  • Quality management
  • Technical sales

A degree in industrial engineering – what does that mean?

Graduates from this programme can be referred to as managers with engineering know-how. This course combines business knowledge with the engineering knowledge of a mechanical engineer. During the course of your studies, you can choose to specialise in "technical sales" or "production and logistics".

This degree course involves the following content:

  • Holistic project coordination, from technological as well as economic aspects.
  • Marketing and sales of products and systems
  • Controlling and consulting
  • Procurement and vendor management
  • Quality management



Impressive Success of Schenck's Japanese Joint Venture

The Japanese Schenck joint venture has achieved impressive success through acquisition and sustained growth in orders.



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