Mechatronics - Universitetet i Agder
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Duration
2 years
Credits
120 ECTS Credits
Scope
Full-time
Start
Fall
Campus
Grimstad

Would you like to learn more about mechanical systems involving control of heavy forces? Then you will probably enjoy the Master's Programme in Mechatronics. A master’s degree in mechatronics will make you eligible for more interesting and challenging tasks in industry and business than with a bachelor's degree alone.

The study programme is not open for non-EU/non-EEA applicants.

What do you learn?

The Master's Programme in Mechatronics addresses integration of mechanical engineering, instrumentation engineering, hydraulic and electric drive and industrial IT. You learn to use your knowledge about the interactions between these disciplines working with design and manufacture of products and processes.

Job opportunities

In business and industry, both locally, nationally and internationally, there is great demand for engineers with this kind of background. The education is partly relevant to maritime and offshore equipment design and production. The interdisciplinary expertise will let you become a Mechatronics Engineer eligible for a wide range of jobs.

Admission requirements

The admission requirements is a bachelor's degree in engineering from study programmes in mechatronics, mechanical, electrical, renewable energy or equivalent education and passed exams in Mathematics 3. It is a requirement to have a weighted average grade of C or better. 

See supplementary regulation regarding admission

Application period

  • EU/EEA applicants: From 1 February till 1 March.
  • Nordic citizens and applicants with a permanent or renewable residence permit in Norway: From 1 February till 1 March.

Further studies

Through the program you may qualify for doctoral training in mechatronics at the University of Agder.
Completed supplementary course gives the degree Master of Technology - Civil Engineering.

Details

Application deadline

1 March

Questions regarding admission

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