Bachelor of Science
May 16 - October 15 | January 16 - July 15 (International Students)
Mechatronics is an interdisciplinary engineering science related to electrical engineering/electronics, computer science and mechanical engineering. The term mechatronics has become established worldwide and has become the trademark of an interdisciplinary approach to the development, production and marketing of complex system products.
The students of this course of studies are therefore taught interdisciplinary skills and a method-oriented way of working. They are given the necessary skills for the development of mechatronic systems in the automotive industry, production engineering, medical device technology and other areas. Other important fields of application of mechatronics today are biomechatronics and micromechatronics/microsystems technology, which are key areas of education in Ilmenau alongside mechatronic system design. They form the bridge to the life sciences and to micro- and nanotechnology, which depend on interdisciplinarity and systems thinking.
Our self-test will help you to find out what demands are placed on you at the beginning of your studies and how well your skills and aptitudes match the course of study you are interested in.
Fundamentals (e.g. mathematics, physics, computer science, electrical engineering ...)
Electrical engineering and mechanical engineering (e.g. circuit technology, system technology, engineering mechanics, materials, measurement technology, drive technology, ...)
Optional compulsory modules, choice between: Mechatronic systems | bio-mechatronics | micro-mechatronics
Non-technical subjects Foreign Language, General Studies, business studies
Basic and professional internship / bachelor thesis
Online consultation hour for the study programmes Mechanical Engineering, Automotive Engineering, Mechatronics and Optical Systems Engineering/Optronics
You can reach us on Thursdays from 15.00 - 16.00 via WebEx-Meeting
Professors and staff members are happy to answer questions about studying at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.
We are looking forward to interesting conversations!