The Mechatronics Systems Master's programme offered on the HFU Tuttlingen campus provides deeper knowledge of the core technical subjects of mechanical and electronics engineering and computer science. Advanced mathematics and management and soft skills round off this forward-looking degree programme.

The Mechatronics Systems master's programme is aimed at mechanical, electonics, mechatronics or medical engineers who wish to deepen their knowledge of mechatronics.

Graduates of this programme have the opportunity to obtain their doctorate, either with one of our partner universities, or through the joint doctorate programme of our faculty.

Focus of Degree Programme

  • Electronics
  • Computer Science
  • Signal processing
  • Engineering mathematics
  • Models and simulation

Career Prospects

The development of mechatronic systems means a competitive advantage for many companies, making mechatronics engineers of vital importance for German industry. Students of the Mechatronics Systems master's programme are given the technical know-how and methods necessary for the development of mechatronic components and systems.

Field of work

  • Design of mechatronic components and systems
  • Research
  • Management
  • Sales

Good reasons to study Mechatronic Systems

  • Doctoral and research opportunities at universities and research institutes
  • Additional management skills enable excellent career perspectives

Quick Information

Degree awarded Master of Science (MSc)
Undergraduate/postgraduate degree postgraduate
Duration of programme 3 semesters
Delivery full-time
Campus Tuttlingen
Programme begin winter semester (October) (Begin WS 2014/15)
Application deadline(s) 15 July
Restricted intake yes
Language of instruction German
Academic entry requirements A bachelor's degree in mathematics, computer science, the natural sciences or engineering (210 ECTS points)
Pre-sessional course / Foundation course requirement none
Additional requirements none
Tuition Fees none
Programme accreditation in progress

Further Information in German

As the Mechatronic Systems Master's degree programme is taught in German, please click here for more detailed information regarding the programme in German.

Contact Information

General Information
Sabine Hattung-Hocheder
Tel: +49 (0)7461 1502-6600

Admissions & Examinations
Sieglinde Saur
Tel: +49 (0)7461 1502-6225

Dean of Studies (MES)
Prof. Dr. Ing Andreas Gollwitzer
Tel: +49 (0)7461 1502-6621