Within the framework of the master’s degree programme, you can complete a double degree programme with the Tongji University (Shanghai).
Diplom-Ingenieur(Dipl.-Ing. or DI), equivalent to the Master of Science (MSc)
Graduates of other bachelor’s degree programmes should register with the responsible representative at the Registration Office.
Curriculum (in German)
I study mechanical engineering because I not only find explanations for machines, but also for many processes that occur in nature and daily life, such as for the rainbow or for autumn leaves that spiral upward.
At school, I had the impression that there was still a lot for me to discover in the world of machines. I especially think that energy technology is a topic that will be important in the future, and I’d like to specialize even more. My programme not only enables me to understand the machines, but also to describe many processes that occur in nature using numbers and letters, such as a rainbow or autumn leaves that fly through the air. When I walk through the world, I see it as being full of mathematical formulas.
9 July to 30 November 2018
7 January to 30 April 2019
Achieving a degree through the master’s programme Mechanical Engineering can open the door to numerous career opportunities. Depending on your interests and field of specialisation, you can work in a managerial position in research and development or as a design engineer. You develop and build machines, vehicles or equipment such as:
Within the framework of the Master’s degree programme, you can complete a double degree programme with the Tongji University (Shanghai). You will study at TU Graz and Tongji University and receive a degree from both universities.
You must complete at least the following programme achievements at the TU Graz:
You must complete at least the following programme achievements at the Tongji University:
In addition, you must complete a Master’s project and the Master’s thesis at the Tongji University. The Master’s project will be credited with 20 ECTS at TU Graz and the Master’s thesis with 30 ECTS.
In total, you need to accrue 65 ECTS-credit points that are recognised by the TU Graz.