The Mechatronics curriculum is interdisciplinary and aims at
providing graduates with a general training. It is based on the
mechatronic system approach as required by modern,
computer-based manufacturing technology. The base modules of
the course (year 1 and 2) comprise a balanced range of units
from mechanical and electrical engineering as well as computer
science. To finish the Bachelor of Science degree after year 3
additional modules in the area of mechatronic devices and
computer science for production must be chosen. Mechatronic
devices deals with the integration of mechanics, electronics and
computer science for the development of intelligent hardware for
machines and vehicles. Computer science for Production
specializes in the integration of computer science and
production techniques with a special focus on software
technology. These two areas can be deepened in the M.Sc
degree in two further years.
Bachelor of Science
Degree Bachelor of Science
Standard Period of Study: 6 Semester
Internships: 8 weeks of pre-study internship will be required. The proof of the fulfilled internship must be submitted to the internship office until the beginning of the first semester (exceptions until beginning of 3rd semester possible).
Teaching Language: German (in Germany)
Application: For winter semester (deadline: July 15) Modular Curriculum and Examination Regulation The Modular Curriculum is published in the Academic Information System: Hochschul-Informations-System (HIS) "Lehre, Studium, Forschung" (LSF) (see "Modulhandbuch"). Examination Regulation Bachelor of Science. Information on the Course of Study: Information by the Department: Complete information on the course of study Information by the MEC - Mechanical Engineering Center (Studienbüro Maschinenbau) The Bachelor of Science study program has started in WS 08/09. The Master program will probably start in WS 2011/12. General Information: Office of International Affairs
Diploma - expiring
Standard Period of Study: 9 semesters
Internships: Altogether 26 weeks internship are required, 6 weeks are recommended before beginning the course of study.
Local Admission Restrictions No admission restriction for application into a higher semester.
ECTS: Not yet available
Teaching language: German (in Germany)
Application Winter Semester: 15.10. Summer Semester: 15.4. WS 09/10: Application for the Diploma program will only be possible into the fifth or higher semester.
Information by the Department: Complete information on the course of study .
The Diploma study program has changed into a Bachelor study program in WS 2008/09.
General information: Office of International Affairs .
-Design and Control of Fuel cells
-Microflows- Micropumps and mixers
-Oscillating flows over microwires
-Miniaturization via Material Design
-Automated Design and Realization From Scratch
-Advanced Turbine Seals and Leakage Control -Systems -Turbine Blade Reverse -Engineering -Micro Hydro Turbines -Vision Based Control -2D and 3D Object Representation and Recognition -Coordinated Motion and Control of Autonomous -Robots -Robotic Manipulator Design -Bibed Walking Robots
The University of Sidney
The University of Sydney awards up to 1350 scholarships each year, worth
over $22 million dollars.
For: Students with a good academic record who have been disadvantaged financially.
Value: $6,000 p.a. in 2010.
Duration: Length of degree.
Application Due: 16 October 2009.
* There will be 160 Access Scholarships offered at the University in 2010
6 Semesters The cost of study at the University of
Sydney depends on the type of study
you want to do, as well as your status
as a domestic or international student.
The University of Sidney
Adrian Consett Stephen Memorial Prize ..........................$200, $3,500