At the heart of this degree program is the development and construction of machinery using state-of-the-art standard industry software tools. Accordingly, graduates work in all areas relating to the development of engineered products, from the initial idea to the finished construction package that can then be directly manufactured. They also deal with a machine’s mid-life cycle, with the technical conceptualization and implementation of service, adaptation and upgrade strategies, and projects. Managerial positions can often be obtained after acquiring a few years of occupational experience.
Graduates are sought-after experts in a wide range of occupational fields:
- They work in different industries such as the engineering and metalworking industry, automation engineering, vehicle construction, and transportation.
- They may, for instance, work as developers or constructors, or in the areas of service and maintenance.
- Typical tasks include designing and developing mechanical systems, the management of
- engineering projects, servicing and optimizing existing equipment, as well as quality assurance.