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TU Dortmund University offers a unique master study program in the field of manufacturing and production engineering.

The Master of Science in Manufacturing Technology (MMT) is concerned with the analysis of advanced engineering problems using modeling techniques, computer implementation, experimental verification, and case study investigation. This Master of Science program provides the basis of high-tech engineering design for a broad spectrum of applications.

The entire master program is in English and takes two years including a one-semester thesis. MMT has been designed to be a very compact graduate program. It attracts also people who already have finished other studies to gain expertise in the promising field of manufacturing technologies.

Why to choose the MMT?

  • International master program with M.Sc. degree
  • English as course language
  • Highly committed and motivated international students
  • Co-operation with leading industrial companies
  • Strong focus on advanced manufacturing technology
  • Application-orientated research work
  • Basic and in-depth theoretical courses
  • Scholarships for selected students

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Application Period
March 1st until April 30th (CEST) for applicants from all countries
Application online only!
Admission results will be communicated by mid June via mail!
Program always starts once a year in October (winter semester)

Any further questions?

Please check our FAQ for more useful information. Should you still have any questions or feel uncertain about any point, please feel free to ask the MMT Office Team (mmt.mb[at]udo.edu).


The MMT program was accredited by ASIIN on October 1st, 2010 and reaccredited on September 30th, 2011. At the same time, the EUR-ACE® label (quality seal for Europe) was awarded.