Mechanical Engineering: All degree programmes at private universities

  • 30Academic Programs
  • 10On-Site
  • 11Online
  • 5Dual
  • 4Part-time
  • 26Bachelor
  • 4Master

Inhalt

Mechanical engineering is a fascinating discipline that lays the foundation for numerous technological advances.

Working in this field allows you to develop innovative technologies and help shape the future.

As a mechanical engineer, you can count on attractive earning potential and diverse career opportunities.

Private universities open up interesting avenues for gaining qualifications in this exciting field.

In the following, I provide an overview of the various private universities, study locations and subject areas for studying mechanical engineering, as well as the entry requirements and costs of the private providers.

 

Overview of all Courses

We have a total of 30 courses in the field of Mechanical Engineering. The first 20 top courses are displayed. Use the filter function or our search to discover more courses in the field.

Wilhelm Büchner University of Applied Sciences

  • Distance learning program
  •  Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
  •  7 Semester
  •  online
  •  German

Wilhelm Büchner University of Applied Sciences

  • Distance learning program
  •  Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
  •  7 Semester
  •  Pfungstadt
  •  German

IU International University of Applied Sciences

  • Distance learning program
  •  Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
  •  6 Semester
  •  online
  •  German or English
  •  Introduction to Robotics, Introduction to Academic Work, Mathematics II, Scientific and Technical Fundamentals, Mathematics: Linear Algebra, Technical Drawing, Production Engineering, Introduction to …

The bachelor's degree program Robotics deals with the design, development and programming of robotic systems. Students learn how to design and program robots for various application areas such as production, logistics, medicine or household. The program also provides knowledge in areas such as artificial intelligence, sensor technology, control engineering and mechanical engineering. Graduates can, for example, work in the automation industry, in robotics research or in the development of robotic systems for specific application areas. As the application possibilities of robotics continue to increase, the career prospects in this field are very good.

IU International University of Applied Sciences

  • Distance learning program
  •  Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
  •  6 Semester
  •  online
  •  English
  •  Engineering: Branches, Methods, Applications, Trends, Introduction to Academic Work, Mathematics: Linear Algebra, Fundamentals of Physics, Introduction to the Internet of Things, Introduction to Compu…

The Bachelor's program in Engineering provides students with a solid knowledge in the field of engineering. Students learn skills to develop and implement complex technical systems. The basic areas of engineering, such as mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, or civil engineering, are covered. During the course of the program, students can also specialize in specific fields. The program is very practice-oriented and typically includes projects and internships in companies. Graduates can work in various areas such as the automotive industry, the electronics sector, the energy sector, or the medical technology field.

Wilhelm Büchner University of Applied Sciences

  • Part-time program
  •  Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)
  •  3 Semester
  •  Darmstadt
  •  German

Wilhelm Büchner University of Applied Sciences

  • Distance learning program
  •  Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
  •  7 Semester
  •  online
  •  German

IU International University of Applied Sciences

  • Distance learning program
  •  Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
  •  6 Semester
  •  online
  •  German
  •  Automation Engineering, Introduction to Scientific Work for IT and Technology, Mathematics: Linear Algebra, Fundamentals of Physics, Introduction to Computer Science, Programming with C/C++, Mathemati…

In the Bachelor distance learning program Mechatronics, you will learn to design mechatronic systems that are used in a wide range of everyday objects, industrial machines, vehicles, and robots. This opens up exciting opportunities for you to shape the future of these innovative technologies.

IU International University of Applied Sciences

  • Distance learning program
  •  Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
  •  6 Semester
  •  online
  •  German
  •  Mathematics: Linear Algebra, Fundamentals of Physics, Fundamentals of Chemistry, Engineering Mechanics: Statics, Fundamentals of Construction, Introduction to Scientific Work for IT and Engineering, C…

The Bachelor's distance learning program in mechanical engineering offers excellent training in a highly respected German industrial sector. With a strong focus on future-oriented challenges such as mobility, environmental protection, renewable energies, and Industry 4.0, this program comprehensively prepares students. During their studies, they acquire both technical and scientific competencies crucial for a successful career in areas such as development, plant construction, or production. A particular strength of the program lies in imparting knowledge of process engineering, making graduates versatile professionals in mechanical engineering. With this degree, exciting career prospects in a growing industry are available.

RFH – University of Applied Science

  • On-campus program
  •  Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
  •  7 Semester
  •  Cologne
  •  German

Georg Agricola University of Technology

  • On-campus program
  •  Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
  •  6 Semester
  •  Bochum
  •  German

SRH University Heidelberg

  • On-campus program
  •  Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
  •  7 Semester
  •  Heidelberg
  •  German

Hamburger Fern-Hochschule

  • Distance learning program
  •  Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
  •  7 Semester
  •  online
  •  German

Private University of Applied Sciences

  • Dual studies
  •  Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
  •  7 Semester
  •  Diepholz
  •  German

Georg Agricola University of Technology

  • On-campus program
  •  Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)
  •  4 Semester
  •  Bochum
  •  German

FOM University of Applied Sciences

  • Part-time program
  •  Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
  •  8 Semester
  •  Essen
  •  German

hochschule 21 - University of Applied Sciences

  • Dual studies
  •  Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
  •  7 Semester
  •  Buxtehude
  •  German

Hochschule der Bayerischen Wirtschaft

  • On-campus program
  •  Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
  •  7 Semester
  •  Munich
  •  German

Dresden International University

  • Dual studies
  •  Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
  •  8 Semester
  •  Dresden
  •  German

Hamburger Fern-Hochschule

  • Distance learning program
  •  Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)
  •  3 Semester
  •  online
  •  German

Private University of Applied Sciences

  • Dual studies
  •  Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
  •  7 Semester
  •  Diepholz
  •  German

These private unis & FHs offer degree programmes in mechanical engineering

In Germany, there are quite a number of private universities that offer mechanical engineering degree programmes leading to Bachelor's and Master's degrees

Here is a brief portrait of the most important private universities offering mechanical engineering degree programmes:

Logo IUIU International University of Applied Sciences: With over 100,000 enrolled students, IU is the largest university in Germany. The university is located in Erfurt, but IU also offers its campus study programmes at other locations in Germany as well as via virtual campus. In addition to the campus programmes in business administration and management, among others, the university offers over 100 distance learning programmes as well as a large number of part-time and dual study programmes.

logo wbhWilhelm Büchner University of Applied Sciences: The WBH is a private, state-recognised university of applied sciences based in Darmstadt/Hesse. The university was founded as a distance learning university in 1997. In autumn 2022, a total of around 7,000 students were enrolled at WBH. The university focuses on distance learning courses in the fields of technology, industrial engineering and computer science.

logo akadAKAD University of Applied Sciences: The AKAD University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart is a private, state-recognised university of applied sciences based in Stuttgart. The university was founded in 1959 and focuses on distance learning and certificate courses in the fields of technology, computer science and business administration. As of 2023, a total of 6,380 students were enrolled at the university. In the Department of Computer Science, the university offers a number of distance learning courses, such as a B.Sc. in Computer Science and a B.Sc. in Data Science.

icon fomFOM University of Applied Sciences: Alongside Fresenius University of Applied Sciences, FOM is one of the largest private universities of applied sciences and is located in Essen/North Rhine-Westphalia. Founded in 1993, FOM had a total of around 57,000 students enrolled in the winter semester 2020/2021. The study programmes at FOM are aimed at working professionals. Through various flexible time models, the classroom lectures take place parallel to a company job or training. In the field of finance, FOM offers, among others, a Bachelor in Banking & Finance and a Bachelor in Tax Law.

logo diuDresden International University: Dresden International Unviersity is a state-recognised private university in Dresden, which was founded as a subsidiary of TU Dresden and functions as a network university. It had about 1,631 students in 2022 and maintains diverse cooperations with companies, associations, research institutions and other international universities. Dresden International University offers both Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes in the fields of business, technology and health. Many of the degree programmes are part-time, but dual degree programmes are also offered.

Logo RFHRFH – University of Applied Science: The Rheinische Fachhochschule is a private, state-approved university of applied science located in Cologne. Founded in 1985, the university had a total of 6,203 students enrolled in the 2019/2020 winter semester. The RFH operates several research institutes, which work on practice-relevant projects in cooperation with industry partners, making the university an important source of applied research and innovation.

Logo TH Georg AgricolaGeorg Agricola University of Technology: The Georg Agricola University of Technology is a private, state-recognised university of applied sciences located in Bochum, North Rhine-Westphalia. The university was founded in 1816 and is thus the oldest university in Bochum. In winter semester 2020/2021, a total of 2,413 students were enrolled at the university. The university offers degree programmes in the fields of geo-resources and process engineering, mechanical engineering and materials science, electrical engineering/information technology and industrial engineering. Special feature: the university does not charge tuition fees, but only a semester contribution.

Logo SRH HeidelbergSRH University Heidelberg: The SRH University Heidelberg is a private, state-recognised university of applied sciences located in Heidelberg, Baden-Wuerttemberg. The university was founded in 1969, and a total of 3,403 students were enrolled at SRH University Heidelberg in the winter semester 2020/2021. The university offers over 40 degree programmes, many of them in the field of engineering. Its sister university SRH Berlin University of Applied Sciences offers the degree programme "Applied Mechatronic Systems" on a full-time basis.

logo hfh Hamburger Fern-Hochschule: The Hamburger Fern-Hochschule (HFH) was founded in 1997 and is a state-recognised university with over 13,000 students. The university is headquartered in Hamburg, but there are also 50 other study centres in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The HFH offers Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes in its three departments of Health and Nursing, Technology, and Business and Law as part-time distance learning or dual study programmes.

Logo HDWBHochschule der Bayerischen Wirtschaft: The FHDW University of Applied Sciences is a private, state-recognised university of applied sciences based in Munich with a study centre in Bamberg. The HDBW was founded in 2012 and has since offered Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes in business administration, industrial engineering, business informatics, mechanical engineering and digitalisation. In the winter semester 2020/2021, a total of 535 students were enrolled at the university. In the Department of Industrial Engineering, the HDBW offers a range of Bachelor's degree programmes.

Logo PHTWPrivate University of Applied Sciences: The PHWT is a private, state-recognised university of applied sciences located in Vechta/Diepholz, Lower Saxony. The university was founded in 1998, and in the winter semester 2020/2021 a total of 583 students were enrolled at the PHWT. The PHWT sees itself as a pioneer for dual study programmes in Lower Saxony. Accordingly, the university also offers a dual course of study in mechanical engineering.

Logo DIPLOMADIPLOMA University of Applied Sciences: DIPLOMA University of Applied Sciences Nordhessen is a private, state-recognised university of applied sciences based in Bad Sooden-Allendorf near Göttingen with a study centre in Leipzig. The university was founded in 1997 and in the winter semester 2020/2021 a total of 8,925 students were enrolled at the university. The university focuses on part-time distance learning courses, but DIPLOMA also offers a campus course in mechatronics.

logo bbwbbw University of Applied Sciences: The bbw University of Applied Sciences is a state-recognised, private university of applied sciences based in Berlin. The university was founded in 2007 and a total of 1091 students were enrolled at the university in the winter semester 2019/2020. In the field of mechanical engineering, the university offers a B.Eng. with a specialisation in technical auditing.

logo hs21hochschule 21 - University of Applied Sciences: Hochschule 21 is a private university of applied sciences headquartered in Buxtehude, Lower Saxony. It was founded in 2004 and had a student population of 1,017 in the winter semester 2020/2021. It offers degree programmes in the fields of construction, health and technology. Particularly noteworthy is its focus on dual study programmes as well as its close cooperation with regional companies and institutions, the latter to be reflected in the eponymous "21", the postal guidance region of the Elbe-Weser area.

Anzeige

The best places to study mechanical engineering are in these cities

The following overview lists the most important cities for studying mechanical engineering at private universities. The offer of part-time and dual study programmes on site has been taken into account, but not locations of examination centres for purely distance learning programmes.

Sort order: cost of living descending. Cost of living is an index of cost of living + rent. A cost of living index of 120 means that living in this city is 20% more expensive than living in New York City. Quality of life is the quality of life index, a combination of different indices. Details on the indices can be found at https://de.numbeo.com. Population density in inhabitants per km2
CityLiving­costsLiving­qualityPopulation­densityUniversities
Munich 73.06 181.37 4,736 IU International University of Applied Sciences, Bavarian University of Applied Sciences
Hamburg 70.79 176.59 2,455 IU International University of Applied Sciences
Berlin 70.58 160.04 4,127 IU International University of Applied Sciences, bbw University
Cologne 70.11 158.85 2,686 IU International University of Applied Sciences, RFH - University of Applied Science Cologne
Frankfurt/Main 69.89 177.85 3,058 IU International University of Applied Sciences
Dortmund 69.08 177.59 2,091 IU International University of Applied Sciences
Dusseldorf 68.08 179.76 2,849 IU International University of Applied Sciences
Heidelberg 68.05 201.74 1,491 SRH University Heidelberg
Hannover 67.45 179.60 2,623 IU International University of Applied Sciences
Essen 66.67 unknown 2,779 IU International University of Applied Sciences, Wilhelm Büchner University of Applied Sciences, FOM University of Applied Sciences
Stuttgart 64.14 170.86 3,021 IU International University of Applied Sciences
Leipzig 63.43 178.17 2,021 IU International University of Applied Sciences
Dresden 61.97 193.22 1,691 IU International University of Applied Sciences
Bochum 60.11 unknown 2,495 Georg Agricola University of Technology
Diepholz unknown unknown 169 Private University of Applied Sciences

Machine engineering: these specialisations and majors are available

The field of engineering, especially mechanical engineering, is characterised by a wide variety of specialisations and majors. From general mechanical engineering to robotics, mechatronics and automotive engineering to process engineering, it offers a comprehensive education in a variety of technological fields.

General mechanical engineering

General mechanical engineering forms the basic framework of mechanical engineering studies. Here, the fundamentals of mechanics, thermodynamics, design and materials science are taught. Students gain a broad knowledge of the design, development and production of machines and systems. Specialisations in this field of study could be:

  • Construction technology: Here the focus is on the design and development of mechanical systems. Students learn how to design concepts, create prototypes and optimise products.
  • Production technology: This specialisation deals with the planning and optimisation of production processes in order to manufacture products efficiently.
  • Technical mechanics: This is about the analysis and calculation of forces, movements and structures in machines and systems.
  • Materials engineering: Students learn about the properties of materials and how they are used in design and manufacturing.

Robotics

The robotics major focuses on developing and programming robotic systems for various applications. Students learn how to design and program robots for automation, manufacturing, medicine and more. Specialisations could include:

  • Industrial Robotics: Here, the focus is on programming and controlling industrial robots to perform complex tasks in manufacturing.
  • Mobile Robotics: This specialisation deals with autonomous mobile robots that can be used in logistics, exploration or environmental monitoring.
  • Artificial Intelligence for Robots: Students learn how AI technologies can be embedded in robots to make intelligent decisions.

Mechatronics

Mechatronics combines mechanics, electronics and computer science to develop intelligent systems. Students learn how to integrate these fields to develop advanced automation solutions. Specialisations could include:

  • Robotics and Automation: Here the focus is on the development of mechatronic systems for the automation of processes and tasks.
  • Sensing and Actuation: This specialisation focuses on the development of sensors and actuators that enable interaction between systems and their environment.
  • Control Engineering: Students learn how to efficiently and precisely control complex mechatronic systems using controllers.

Vehicle technology

Vehicle technology deals with the design, development and production of vehicles of all kinds. Students acquire knowledge of drive systems, vehicle electronics and body development. Specialisations could be:

  • Drive technology:The focus here is on the development of drive systems, be it through combustion engines, electric drives or hybrid solutions.
  • Vehicle Electronics: Students learn how modern vehicle electronics and communication systems are designed and integrated.
  • Vehicle Dynamics: This specialisation deals with vehicle handling, stability and safety.

Process engineering

Process engineering revolves around the planning, control and optimisation of production processes, especially in the chemical, pharmaceutical and food industries. Specialisations could be:

  • Process optimisation: Here students learn how to design and improve production processes efficiently.
  • Reaction Engineering: This immersion deals with chemical reactions and how they can be controlled on a large scale.
  • Food Processing: Students learn how food can be processed safely and efficiently.

Machine engineering without NC: admission requirements for studying mechanical engineering at private universities

NC freedom and more flexible admission criteria at universities are helping to give more people the opportunity to develop their talents in a degree course without being limited by A-level grades

The application process at private universities aims to select a diverse group of students based on their individual strengths, abilities and interests.

The study programmes at private universities are generally NC-free, but direct admission often requires a general university entrance qualification or subject-restricted Abitur.

Nevertheless, many providers also allow admission to studies via the indirect route, via advanced training or sometimes also with completed training and sufficient professional experience in the desired subject area.

The indirect route, however, usually involves a multi-stage application procedure at the universities.

In addition to application documents such as curriculum vitae, references, possibly work references and letters of recommendation, this also requires a letter of motivation or a personal statement in which applicants explain their reasons for studying and their motivation.

That is often followed by either the university entrance examination, aptitude tests, subject interviews or trial opportunities to determine the applicant's ability to study.

This is what it costs to study mechanical engineering at private universities

The following overview highlights the costs of mechanical engineering degree programmes at private universities. Since the training companies bear the costs for dual courses of study, these have not been taken into account here.

There are many different study options and price offers for studies in general mechanical engineering. For example, the Wilhelm Büchner University of Applied Sciences offers a Bachelor of Engineering as a distance learning programme. This course has a duration of 7 semesters and the estimated total cost is around €16,254 . A cost-effective alternative would be to study full-time at the Georg Agricola University of Technology, which can be completed in 6 semesters. Here, the estimated total cost is about €1,446 with a semester fee of about €241.

CourseUniversityDurationFees

Distance learning program
6 Semesterfrom 15063 € total
from 259 € monthly

Distance learning program
6 Semesterfrom 13284 € total
from 219 € monthly

Part-time program
8 Semesterfrom 16800 € total
from 350 € monthly

On-campus program
7 Semesterfrom 28050 € total
from 650 € monthly

On-campus program
6 Semesterfrom 1446 € total
from 241 € Semester fee

On-campus program
7 Semesterfrom 218 € Semester fee

On-campus program
7 Semesterfrom 21600 € total

Distance learning program
7 Semesterfrom 11830 € total
from 270 € monthly

On-campus program
7 Semesterfrom 22680 € total
from 540 € monthly

Part-time program
9 Semesterfrom 22680 € total
from 420 € monthly

Distance learning program
7 Semesterfrom 16254 € total
from 387 € monthly

Part-time program
8 Semesterfrom 17640 € total
from 368 € monthly

For the specialisation Robotics, the IU International University of Applied Sciences offers a Bachelor of Engineering as a distance learning programme. This programme is spread over 6 semesters and the total estimated cost is approximately €14,739.

CourseUniversityDurationFees

Distance learning program
6 Semesterfrom 15063 € total
from 259 € monthly

Those interested in mechatronics could opt for the Bachelor of Engineering distance learning programme at AKAD University. The duration of study is 6 semesters and the estimated total cost is around €13,284 . An alternative option is the full-time Bachelor of Engineering programme at DIPLOMA University of Applied Sciences, which also takes 6 semesters. Here, an estimated total cost of about 14,885 € is given.

CourseUniversityDurationFees

On-campus program
7 Semesterfrom 27800 € total
from 650 € monthly

On-campus program
7 Semesterfrom 18900 € total

Distance learning program
7 Semesterfrom 10817 € total
from 247 € monthly

On-campus program
6 Semesterfrom 14885 € total
from 395 € monthly

Distance learning program
6 Semesterfrom 13284 € total
from 219 € monthly

In the field of automotive engineering, AKAD University offers a Bachelor of Engineering as a distance learning programme. The duration of the course is 6 semesters and the estimated total cost is around €13,284 . Likewise, interested students can complete a distance learning programme at the Wilhelm Büchner University of Applied Sciences leading to a Bachelor of Engineering in Automotive Engineering. This course extends over 7 semesters and the estimated total cost is about 16,254 €.

CourseUniversityDurationFees

Distance learning program
7 Semesterfrom 16254 € total
from 387 € monthly

Distance learning program
6 Semesterfrom 13284 € total
from 219 € monthly

The AKAD University of Applied Sciences also offers a Bachelor of Engineering in Process Engineering as a distance learning programme. The duration of study is 6 semesters and the estimated total cost is around €13,284 . Alternatively, there is the full-time study at the Georg Agricola University of Technology. The duration of study is also 6 semesters and the estimated total cost is approximately €1,446 with a semester fee of approximately €241.

CourseUniversityDurationFees

On-campus program
6 Semesterfrom 241 € Semester fee

Distance learning program
6 Semesterfrom 13284 € total
from 219 € monthly

Dual study in mechanical engineering at private universities

The dual study programme combines academic learning with practical experience in companies, which enables students to apply theoretical knowledge directly in the real working world. This close link between university and company not only offers insights into professional practice from the very beginning, but also opens up opportunities for networking in the industry at an early stage.

The fact that employers cover the tuition fees and pay remuneration for the students' practical work is an additional advantage that makes the dual study programme attractive.

The training companies, in turn, benefit from being able to familiarise the students with everyday business and later take them on directly.

Here is an overview of the dual study programmes offered by private universities in mechanical engineering:

Distance learning in mechanical engineering at private universities

The bulk of offerings for mechanical engineering studies at private universities can currently be found among the distance learning courses.

Distance learning allows students to study from home or anywhere else without being tied to fixed lecture times. This flexible structure makes it particularly attractive for working people, parents or, in general, people who are geographically bound and need to balance studying with their personal commitments.

Here is an overview of the distance learning courses in mechanical engineering:

CourseUniversityDurationFees

Distance learning program
7 Semesterfrom 16254 € total
from 387 € monthly

Distance learning program
6 Semesterfrom 15063 € total
from 259 € monthly

Distance learning program
6 Semesterfrom 13284 € total
from 219 € monthly

Distance learning program
6 Semesterfrom 13284 € total
from 219 € monthly

Distance learning program
7 Semesterfrom 11830 € total
from 270 € monthly

Distance learning program
7 Semesterfrom 16254 € total
from 387 € monthly

Distance learning program
7 Semesterfrom 16254 € total
from 387 € monthly

Distance learning program
7 Semesterfrom 10817 € total
from 247 € monthly

Distance learning program
6 Semesterfrom 13284 € total
from 219 € monthly

Distance learning program
6 Semesterfrom 15063 € total
from 259 € monthly

Distance learning program
6 Semesterfrom 13284 € total
from 219 € monthly

Studying mechanical engineering part-time at private universities

With part-time study, some private universities also offer a tailor-made course of study for working people that combines work and further education.

This form of study is a long-established option that should appeal in particular to those who value live lectures or classroom events as well as an interactive learning environment.

In the field of mechanical engineering, the range of private universities is currently manageable:

CourseUniversityStudy siteDurationFees

Part-time program
Essen8 Semesterfrom 16800 € total
from 350 € monthly

Part-time program
Bamberg9 Semesterfrom 22680 € total
from 420 € monthly

Part-time program
Berlin8 Semesterfrom 17640 € total
from 368 € monthly

Machine engineering: these Master's programmes are available at private universities

For students who want to remain loyal to engineering after the Bachelor of Engineering and pursue a Master's degree, private universities offer the following courses:

CourseUniversityDurationFees

Distance learning program
4 Semesterfrom 10320 € total
from 430 € monthly

Distance learning program
4 Semesterfrom 12216 € total
from 299 € monthly

Part-time program
3 Semesterfrom 11322 € total
from 629 € monthly

On-campus program
4 Semesterfrom 241 € Semester fee

Distance learning program
3 Semesterfrom 9670 € total
from 490 € monthly

Job prospects with a mechanical engineering degree

Thegeneral mechanical engineering offers diverse career prospects as it serves a wide range of industries. Graduates can work in areas such as design, manufacturing, quality assurance and technical sales. The ongoing automation and digitalisation of manufacturing ensure a constant demand for mechanical engineers who develop innovative solutions.

The robotics industry continues to grow as robots are used in various industries, including manufacturing, healthcare, logistics and entertainment. As the adoption of collaborative and intelligent robots increases, so does the demand for graduates who specialise in robotics.

Mechatronics engineers are in demand as they can develop holistic solutions for space, automotive, medical devices and consumer electronics. The growing demand for smart and connected products contributes to the job prospects in this field.

Vehicle technology continues to focus on the development and optimisation of vehicles - and now also in Germany on electric and autonomous vehicles. With the transition to greener powertrains and advanced driver assistance systems, there is a need for professionals to drive innovative technologies in the vehicle industry.

Process engineers are increasingly involved in the development and optimisation of production processes of chemicals, food, pharmaceuticals and other products after graduation. Given the demand for more efficient and sustainable manufacturing methods, good process engineers are in great demand.

Study Advice

Questions about the topic? Use our study advisory service, we are happy to help.

Your question?
or post as a guest
Loading comment... The comment will be refreshed after 00:00.