M.Sc. Management and Engineering in Computer Aided Mechanical Engineering

Non-EU Applications: December 3 - March 1

EU Applications: March 2 - July 15


Study format:
M.Sc. Degree Program
2 years (4 semesters)
B.Sc./ B.Tech./ B.Eng. & 1 year work experience
Credit points:
120 ECTS
Course fees:
EUR 5,500 per semester
M.Sc. (RWTH)

An industrial engineer is someone who…

  • uses sophisticated computer simulation software for the development of mechanical drawings
  • applies cutting-edge computer modelling for the development of high-tech products
  • continuously simulates product performance under extreme conditions to identify the best materials for improving the fabrication drawings
  • identifies the most cost-efficient material composition and production method for specific high-performance products
  • develops, designs and improves products and solutions in the manufacturing and service industries
  • provides and promotes ideas, goods, and services on international markets
  • implements quality management and controlling
  • lets culturally diverse teams excel under their leadership

... to make a difference. Is this you?

Our Engineering Graduates of all programs...

  • work at companies such as Anvis, BASF, Continental, DHL, Fiat, Ford, Kautex, Liebherr, Rolls Royce, Toyota and Volkswagen
  • are very successful on the job market: half of our graduates find employment within a month of graduating and two thirds within three months
  • increase their salary by more than 50% (about 40 %).

Program Structure

The M.Sc. MME-CAME comprises two semesters of lectures, exercises and practical courses in mechanical engineering at RWTH Aachen University along with an eighteen-week management training at the Maastricht School of Management (MSM) in the Netherlands. The fourth semester constitutes the master thesis, which can be written either at RWTH or MSM.

Program Details
Program Objectives

Study at Two European Top Universities!

Engineering & Management at RWTH Aachen University
Management at Maastricht School of Management