Engineering at the RWTH Aachen University
The excellent reputation of RWTH Aachen University for research and teaching in the fields of technology and engineering is also documented by the current QS ranking by subject: RWTH Aachen is ranked second in Germany in the "Engineering & Technology" category and 44th in the world. In the category "Natural Sciences" RWTH Aachen is ranked fourth among German universities and 51st in the world. The certificate courses and seminars in the field of engineering are developed in close cooperation with renowned chairs of RWTH Aachen, which stand for the outstanding quality of the teaching content.
We offer the seminar Introduction to Aluminum Technology in cooperation with the Aluminium Engineering Center Aachen and the RWTH certificate course Fine Blanking in cooperation with the Machine Tool Laboratory (WZL) of the Chair of Manufacturing Technology.
You will be introduced to detailed activities for reducing the environmental impact of your company in the certificate course Fundamentals of Life Cycle Assessments for Industrial Products - this course was designed by the Chair of Technical Thermodynamics at RWTH Aachen University. With the help of the Institute for Fluid Power Drives and Systems we now offer a seminar on the use of environmentally friendly lubricants: Biohydraulic Oils - Becoming a Sustainable Company.
With the Institute for Machine Elements and System Engineering we offer the following courses in the area of design methodology: Systematic Innovation Methodology, Load-compatible Component Design, Reverse Engineering Step by Step and Targeted Component Design for 3D Printing.
The Course Offer
We will be happy to provide you with information about our cooperations and our value proposition, answer questions about our continuing education courses in the frequently asked questions section and familiarize you with our individual inhouse programs.
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