BSc in Mechanical Engineering

The modern mechanical engineer is a generalist. His broad expert knowledge in connection with social and management skills allows him to take over the role of problem-solver in interdisciplinary teams. He is able in complex, rapidly-changing requisition situations to accurately assess new technical developments and trends and within the team to develop and market innovative products and services. He operates communicatively across cultural as well as across professional boundaries.

The modern mechanical engineer is a generalist. His broad expert knowledge in connection with social and management skills allows him to take over the role of problem-solver in interdisciplinary teams. He is able in complex, rapidly-changing requisition situations to accurately assess new technical developments and trends and within the team to develop and market innovative products and services. He operates communicatively across cultural as well as across professional boundaries.

Many career opportunities are available for mechanical engineers.

  • Development (design, calculation, construction, and testing of technical devices and systems)
  • Production (design, manufacture, operation, and monitoring of technical devices and systems, testing of products and procedures, quality control)
  • Marketing and sales of technical devices and products
  • Management activities in industry, private companies, and public administrative bodies


Industries include among others energy and environmental technology, general machine and plant construction, automotive and supplier industry, medical technology, the pharmaceutical industry as well as services and small businesses.

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