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Mechanical Engineering

PROGRAMME TYPE

PLACE OF TEACHING

Laurea Magistrale (Second cycle degree/Two year Master - 120 ECTS) 

Brescia

LANGUAGE

ADMISSION TYPOLOGY

Italian Verification of curricular and personal training requirements, as specified by the Teaching Regulation of the study programme.

DEGREE PROGRAMME CLASS

STRUCTURE

LM-33 - Mechanical Engineering

Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

DEGREE PROGRAMME DIRECTOR

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

Giorgio Donzella Study Programme Sheet
Why study Mechanical Engineering at the University of Brescia?
  • The Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering provides students with a sound broad spectrum education in Mechanical Engineering, thus allowing them to smoothly integrate into the various productive sectors and to work in high-powered jobs.

  • This Study Programme offers five different curricula that integrate basic engineering education and training with more specialist skills, thus matching the requirements of multiple strategic sectors: automotive, biomechanics, construction, energy and manufacturing.

  • This Programme prepares a professional figure that is highly requested in our territory, so much so that very often the companies’ recruitment request exceeds the candidate supply.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

The Master's graduate in Mechanical Engineering have an in-depth interdisciplinary training that makes them suitable for working as a mechanical designer, head of the technical department or head of production, as well as to act as the company’s contact person when dealing with development and expertise centres. This professional figure may carry out many different tasks in the manufacturing and processing sector, in enterprises that design and produce machinery and mechanical equipment, vehicles and other means of transport, food, textiles, wood, paper, metalwork, steel and chemicals industries; companies that design and produce biomedical systems and devices, companies that produce, provide or distribute electrical, thermal energy, gas, steam and air conditioning; companies that install, test, maintain or manage plants, machinery and production systems; companies responsible for the collection, treatment and disposal of waste or the recovery of materials, as well as biomedical companies. The Master's graduate in Mechanical Engineering work in the production and service sectors, as well as engineering firms, public administrations, local bodies and research institutes.

FURTHER STUDY

Second Level Master's Courses and PhD Programmes