The programme is aimed at undergraduates with a degree in mechanical engineering, mechatronics or industrial engineering.

The master’s course Mechanical Engineering enables graduates with a B.A. or Diplom title to substantiate their gained practical insights with theoretical knowledge, in order to fulfill the needs of modern research and development in a unique way. The programme is shaped to meet the demands in expertise concerning product development, as it is common against the backdrop of evolutionary changes in the research and development landscape in the spirit of “Industry 4.0”. It complements a B.A. or Diplom degree by taking it further into depth. Graduates are to be prepared to work creatively in R&D departments, including executive and leading positions. In addition to that, students will obtain the theoretical foundation necessary for earning a Ph. D. or working in a scientific environment. A master’s degree also qualifies graduates for a career in senior civil service.


  • Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)


  • 3 Semesters (30 ECTS have to be earned per semester, adding up to 90 ECTS.)

Admission requirements

  • Acceptance onto the course is specified in the study and examination regulations. (§ 3 qualification requirements)
  • Bachelor in mechanical engineering, mechatronics and industrial engineering or comparing courses containing the courses machine components 2 and mechanics 3

Course language


  • March (summer semester) and October (winter semester)


  • No tuition fees, only €52 student service fee per semester


  • Deggendorf




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