Mechanical engineering is a professional programme which develops your ability to design and create mechanical systems including those in automotive, aeronautics, robotics, and manufacturing industries. The course not only builds your technical ability, it also teaches design of electric motors, automobiles, aircrafts and other heavy vehicles. Mechanical Engineering students are required to have knowledge of the software’s used in technical work, like computer-aided design and mathematical modelling.
The scope for Mechanical Engineering covers design, testing, planning and supervision of live projects across industries. Moreover, with fast growing fields like Renewable Energy, Automobiles, Quality Control, Industrial Automation, Mechanobiology, there will be always be job opportunities for students of Mechanical Engineering.
Germany offers Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses in Mechanical Engineering that incorporate in their curriculum an International Study Program that include faculty from across the world – adding not only cultural diversity but also rich experience and expertise. These robust programmes get you industry ready to work with some of the big names in the business, who hire students directly from the campus.
If you are seeking a BE/B. Tech certification you must complete 11 year bridge program or Studienkolleg in Germany or equivalent examination, with consistently good grades in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in the 12th Standard in India. Those wishing to undertake a post-graduation programme in Germany will require a suitable Bachelor’s degree. While it need not be German, it must be recognized by German Universities.
The application process starts a year in advance so, if you wish to apply for a Master’s degree you can start the process while in the 7th Semester of your Bachelor’s degree. Good grades, limited backlogs and valid IELTS/TOEFL score are mandatory for admission into a Master program in Germany.
Should you need assistance identifying if your degree is eligible for the MS programme, contact us and our counselors will guide you accordingly.
Here are some advantages of undertaking Mechanical Engineering in Germany:
- While the language of instruction is mostly English, you will need to learn German should you wish to fully appreciate the education being imparted or should you wish to attend courses taught in German, giving you a dual language advantage.
- Can continue studying in Germany or anywhere else in the world after securing a BE.
- Opportunity to learn from the best in class like BMW, Bosch, Daimler, and Siemens that offer a wealth of opportunities to engineering students.
Contact us to see if you are eligible for a scholarship in Mechanical Engineering for our counsellors to call you and guide you to a program best suited for you.