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TU Dortmund University
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D-44227 Dortmund

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In the first two semesters, students gain deep, theoretical knowledge in the field of manufacturing technology. Furthermore, students choose elective modules according to their individual interests.

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 Program Objectives 1 klein

The second year of study is dedicated to acquiring practical skills by completing the laboratory and scientific (industrial) project work modules. In this way, the understanding, as well as the competence of applying the theoretical knowledge in practice, is consolidated. In the same way, students shall learn to be able to compare the manufacturing processes currently applied in the industry with state-of-the-art developments in specific fields. Furthermore, students become familiar with organizing and implementing projects with several members.

Further information regarding the laboratory and project work.

Due to the internationality of the master's program, students acquire intercultural competence. The module Interdisciplinary Qualification allows students to familiarize themselves with the methodology of other disciplines like the humanities, the social or economic sciences. Competencies acquired in rhetoric and language courses can be applied in everyday working life and contribute to the students´ personal development.

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 Program Objectives 2 klein

With the final Master´s Thesis, students prove their ability to work on a complex problem independently. Graduates are able to analyze and optimize existing manufacturing processes, evaluate existing production systems, and design new techniques.

Additional information regarding the Master´s Thesis