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BSc and MSc Programs in Mechanical Engineering

Knowledge of a mechanical engineer is determinant in the designing and controlling of production processes. The mechanical engineer contributes to develop new systems and to make good use of his/her knowledge in the distribution and adaptation of different equipment and technologies.

The primary purpose of the training is to ensure a knowledge of engineering which consists of both technical-ecological and basic natural-science knowledge. Through this knowledge the engineer is able to perform technical development, design and control tasks.

•    Applied Information Technologies
•    Mechanical Technologies

Educational period of the mechanical engineering BSc course:  7 terms with 210 credits.
No. of students required: 10

Educational period of the mechanical engineering MSc course: 4 terms with 120 credits.
No. of students required: 10

Financial Matters

Both BSc and MSc Programmes are self-financed courses, and tuition fees will be charged. These fees cover the costs of education, research and organised field trips, study tours.
More information:
Academic Programs - undergraduate and postgraduate courses in English

ERASMUS Programs

The ERASMUS Course catalogue is available through the following link:
ERASMUS Course Catalogue

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