The Master’s degree programme in electro-mechanical engineering draws equally from two fields (mechanics and electricity) and prioritises basic knowledge with the goal of deepening or reorienting students’ knowledge mid-career.
By the end of the programme, students will be able to keep up with technical developments and adapt themselves to the needs of the job market.
- Have solid knowledge of electricity and mechanics;
- Want to improve your understanding of current technological and scientific issues;
- Want to design, model, realise and validate experimental devices and systems;
- Want to specialise in mechatronics or in energy and foresee a career in robotics and “flexible production”, energy transformation and management, vehicles and transportation systems and/or aeronautics.
This Master’s degree offers:
- General knowledge of electro-mechanics based on research;
- The mastery of mathematical and physical methods used in electricity and mechanics;
- An interdisciplinary approach to problem solving with particular emphasis placed on interface problems;
- Pedagogy centred on project-based learning;
- The possibility of testing your knowledge in the job market thanks to internships in the industrial sector
Majors: Mechatronics; Energy