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Study Course Mechatronics

New driving force for progress

Mechatronik - Master degree (link)

Mechatronik - Bachelor degree
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How do you make an autopilot fly, an industrial robot run, or a CD player sing? Vehicles and their technical fittings, production plants, and industrial equipment and systems are made of complex mechanical and electronic components whose entire production process is the job of mechatronics. The course is made up of elements of traditional engineering: mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and information technology. From a balanced mix of theory and practice the students learn to understand and develop technical products and production equipment. The friendly structure of the university and its close contacts with many regional companies make studying mechatronics in Rosenheim a particularly attractive option.

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Course content

In the first few semesters students receive basic interdisciplinary training in engineering, which is then followed by advanced training in the three disciplines of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering/electronics and information technology. They also gain insight into economic, legal and organisational connections.

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Career opportunities

Whether it’s in air and spacecraft construction, in the precision mechanics industry or in production plant construction – mechatronics engineers are employed in many technical and supervisory roles. Relevant areas of employment in companies include product development, manufacturing and production as well as sales. Thanks to their interdisciplinary education and the many different areas in which this can be applied, graduates of this course have very good career prospects.

Link to career opportunities for mechatronics engineers

Application and admission

  • Course starts: each winter semester
  • Application period: from 1 May to 15 July
  • Application form: online at www.fh-rosenheim.de
  • Admission to the course is not restricted.


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General information on applications, admissions and enrolment

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