Mechanical Engineering curriculum …
… teaches the future Mechanical Engineer to partake in the design of new products, find ways to increase production efficiency, organise work and participate in the overall production management of a company.
… provides a thorough knowledge of mechanical engineering technology, machine design, technical measurement, milling, turning, handling of metal cutting machines, fabrication of metal structures, modern welding techniques, computer programming, and teaches the use of design software like CAD and CAM.
… covers transversal knowledge and skills such as teamwork, problem-solving, technology and academic written communication skills.
… offers the opportunity to gain experience by combining theoretical knowledge and practical skills in laboratories equipped with modern technology where technological operations, studies, tests, and preparation of the practical part of the graduation theses are carried out.
… combines closely theory with practice helping to find a job quickly after graduation. Traineeships take place in leading Estonian and European manufacturing and engineering companies. You can carry out a traineeship abroad or study as an exchange student at a higher education institution in a European Union country. After their studies, many graduates pursue a Master’s degree.
… guarantees graduates employment opportunities in any part of the world, as engineering training is similar everywhere, creating opportunities to work in different countries and sectors (manufacturing, robotics, biotechnology, health, transport, etc.).
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