Are mechanical engineers actually still needed? Clearly: YES!
- Almost all products in daily use are operated or produced highly efficiently by machines, from packaging machines to high-speed elevators, from printing machines to highly efficient machining units, from construction machines to industrial robots. The products are often not visible to the public because they are operated in buildings. However, they usually perform at highest levels there.
- Without mechanical engineering, the Green Deal necessary to save the climate cannot be realized: Mechanical engineering plays a key role in reducing global CO2 emissions, as some 70% of global emissions can be influenced by mechanical engineering.
- Intelligent, digital or networked products require a modern, mechanical engineering platform.
With this course you take part in the design, development and implementation of these products. Our practice-oriented teaching on a scientific basis qualifies you to work independently as a mechanical engineer - employed or self-employed.
HyFlex: Our new way of studying
With our HyFlex Mechanical Engineering Bachelor, you study independently of location and can thus organise your studies flexibly. Because the lectures in the lecture hall are broadcast live in parallel. You decide for yourself from where you want to follow the lecture. You are also welcome in the lecture hall at any time. All you need is a laptop, an internet connection and a webcam.
Events where you have to be present, such as practicals in the laboratories, take place in a few, blocked attendance phases on site. An intensive support and networking programme rounds off this innovative, German-language Bachelor's programme, which was successfully launched in the winter semester of 2021/2022.