Mechatronic components are everywhere!

The industrial systems design programme is practical and offers up-to-date course content and direct contact with more than 100 leading companies, including many in the mechanical engineering sector.

The Tuttlingen campus has strong connections to business and industry, and company tours and industrial placements give students the chance to get their foot in the door early on and secure an in-demand job in the industry. The chances of being hired by one of the participating companies after graduation are also very high.

Career profile and opportunities

Electronic components are now integrated into all mechanical engineering products, which means the market needs more and more mechatronics engineers. It is important to have sound knowledge of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and computer science – all of which are expertly taught as part of the industrial systems design degree programme.

Industry fields

Industrial Systems Design graduates tend to work in business and industry, laboratories, research and development, and universities or other educational institutions in the following fields:

  • Development and construction of mechatronic systems
  • Commission of complex systems
  • Assembly and automation technology
  • Implementation of automation solutions
  • Quality assurance
  • Marketing and sales, product management