Study mechanical engineering in Stuttgart

Teaching

From Bachelor's to Master's, on-site or international, full-time or part-time - the diverse range of courses offered by Stuttgart Mechanical Engineering leaves nothing to be desired.
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We design your future

Our broad range of courses enables you to prepare effectively, in depth, for the many demands you will face in your professional life as an engineer. You will learn not only to apply current knowledge, but also to explore new ways of solving technical problems. With us, you will lay a solid foundation for your professional career in an increasingly complex world that is constantly changing.

Our graduates are in demand in the economy and find attractive jobs. This is a key indicator of the success of our teaching. The basis of our future-oriented teaching is excellence in research and technology transfer.

Joint Commission Mechanical Engineering

Your partner in Stuttgart mechanical engineering is the "Joint Commission Mechanical Engineering at the University of Stuttgart" (GKM). It is responsible for all matters relating to studies and teaching in mechanical engineering in Stuttgart. Here you will find orientation, advice and support, from the MentorING program at the start of the Bachelor's program to the certificate presentation ceremony after the Master's degree.

You can find more information about the GKM, about starting your studies and for students as well as contact persons concerning your studies on the pages of the GKM.

Information regarding Tasks, members and contact persons of GKM can be found here.

The Mechanical Engineering Center (Studienbüro Maschinenbau) is a service point for prospective students, students, alumni and staff.

 

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