Mechanical Engineering (B.Eng.)

Have you ever asked yourself: What do an X-ray machine, a car, a wind turbine or even a surprise egg have in common? A concept was drawn up for them, the individual components were fully designed, the properties of the components were evaluated in the simulation and finally the system was manufactured - and all of this typically by mechanical engineers. Mechanical engineering is thus the classic engineering science and represents the link between basic research, development, production and the environmentally friendly disposal of systems and machines. Because of the versatility of mechanical engineering, none of this has anything to do with the old cliché of “bitter, male, black mechanical engineering”. Because of the almost unlimited field of activity, women and men, theorists and practitioners alike, feel at home in this profession today. Whether for an automotive supplier, a brewery, a food manufacturer or a medical device manufacturer, the professional field of a mechanical engineer is as varied as life!

At a glance

  • Degree: Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
  • Standard period of study: 6 semesters
  • Admission restriction (N.C.): none
  • Requirements: general university entrance qualification, technical college entrance qualification or special access for professionally qualified persons / 12 weeks pre-study internship until the end of the 2nd semester (deadline extended due to the corona crisis!)
  • Beginning of the course: winter semester
  • Place of study:  Main Campus Trier
  • Tuition fee:  none, but semester fee (including semester ticket)
  • Note: The degree programme is mainly conducted in German

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