Part-time work-based Master’s in Applied Computational Mechanics (MEng)
The Master's programme in Applied Computational Mechanics is aimed at trained engineers and scientists looking to take on responsibility in applied research, development and management.
Specifically, simulation engineers can consolidate their theoretical knowledge, design engineers can extend their specialist qualifications and technical division managers can learn more about the background to and theory of computer-aided simulation technologies. With a strong application focus, the course equips students with the necessary methodological skills in the field of computer-aided simulation technologies. Within two years, students on this programme acquire and consolidate practical knowledge in all CAE disciplines. Special management subjects for engineers complete this part-time work-based course, making it an excellent executive education programme. As a graduate of this Master's degree programme, you will be awarded the internationally recognised academic title of Master of Engineering (or MEng for short).
Use the available CADFEM esocaet applicant programme as the ideal support for preparation, preliminary examination of your documents, getting to know the simulation software, and receiving checklists and tips for the job application procedure.
Registration for the CADFEM esocaet applicant portal:
Find out about course contents, the curriculum, modules and lecturers and ask your individual questions at an information evening or free information webinar (German only). Participation is free of charge, registration is essential.
CADFEM Info-Webinar (60 minutes):
Information on the course content, application process and current dates and deadlines can be found on the Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt website.