M.Eng. in Design and Development for Automotive and Mechanical Engineering
State-of-the-art simultaneous engineering requires modern engineers with a networked knowledge in the core and intersection areas of design, development, simulation and production technology. Furthermore, engineers need the ability to communicate and act confidently in the international / intercultural environment of modern industry. The MEng in Design and Development in Automotive and Mechanical Engineering at the Esslingen University of Applied Sciences focuses on these requirements.
The learning approach in the master's program is both international and interdisciplinary. Interacting in teams of different cultures, languages and disciplines, students create new sources of synergy and productivity and at the same time acquire new skills. Here, all faculties of business and engineering work side by side to share knowledge and achieve common goals.
The study program begins in September of each year: a master's degree can be achieved after the standard study period of three semesters (1,5 years). The language of instruction in all lectures is English. The DDM program was accredited in 2007 by ASIIN
Ecological public transport was brought a step further by pilot project Fahrrad2Go (Bike2Go), initiated by the Rems-Murr county and the OVR bus company, in cooperation with Esslingen University of Applied Sciences.
On 7 May, our students from the Near East and North Africa hosted an interesting and informative evening in Esslingen
On 23 April, our MBA class enjoyed a field trip to the Esslinger Zeitung.
Last week, external lecturer and specialist in SAP Research & Innovation Jochen Mayerle took over the MBA class to show them current state of the art levels of Design Thinking.
On 20 February, Graduate School staff and faculty bade farewell to our Class of 2015.
An impromptu encounter with Valéry Giscard d'Estaing deeply impressed members of the Esslingen PLACIS Team.
Soon to be seen in the streets of Esslingen is the Electro-Hybrid Bus, an innovative project in development over the past four years, with the involvement of students of the Esslingen Graduate School master’s program in...
Staff and teachers got to lean back last Friday and be entertained: our students put on what is perhaps the most creative afternoon of the year: the German party.
Heide Elberth organises German conversation and culture meetings in Esslingen above and beyond anything official: Heide gives students a small community where they can be at home amongst friends.