During the course of the Electronic and Mechatronic Systems (MSY) master’s degree programme, you will learn how to perform complex tasks in connection with the development of complex electronic and mechatronic systems. 

You will learn to evaluate and select engineering methods from the fields of electrical engineering, information technology and mechatronics and to adapt them to meet requirements or to further develop them. You will also learn how to apply them in an independent and goal-oriented manner in an international working environment under industrial conditions. 

As an MSY graduate, you will be highly sought after by national and international companies, research institutes and authorities, and you will also have met an important prerequisite for the subsequent completion of a doctorate. 

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Degree
Master of Engineering
Program duration
3 Semester
Admission restrictions
restriction-specific
Special features

The MSY degree programme sets itself apart with its extraordinarily broad selection of advanced modules. This makes it possible to specialize in all areas of electrical engineering and mechatronics. 

Interesting numbers and statistics

There are currently 18 advanced modules, from which MSY students must select three. 

Admission semester
Winter semester or Summer semester
Application period
For the winter semester: 02.05.2022 to 15.06.2022
For the summer semester: 15.11.2022 to 15.12.2022
Dual system options
Dual Electronic and Mechatronic Systems
Faculty
Electrical Engineering, Precision Engineering, Information Technology
Accreditation

More information

Detailed information about the curriculum of this programme is available in German. Switch the language toggle in the upper right corner.

More information

For more information on jobs and career prospects for graduates of this programme, visit our German pages by switching the language toggle in the upper right corner.

Information on admission

The following admission requirements are relevant for the Electronic and Mechatronic Systems master’s degree programme (abridged presentation – details are available in the Study and Examination Regulations (in German)):

Bachelor’s degree: in

  • Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

    or 

  • Mechatronics/Precision Engineering

    or 

  • Medical Engineering (with a specialization in Electrical Engineering / Information Technology / Mechatronics / Precision Engineering)

    or

  • in a comparable degree programme

with a final grade point average of 2.9 or higher.

Your application for admission must be accompanied by a personal statement of between 1,000 and 2,000 characters outlining both your interest in and the skills that you can bring to the Electronic and Mechatronic Systems master’s degree programme.

Required language certificates:

Instruction in this degree programme is conducted in German. Applicants who are native speakers of a language other than German, who do not have bachelor’s degree from a German educational institution, and who have not completed German-language vocational or professional training at secondary school must provide one of the following certificates as documentation of their German proficiency:

  • German language examination for the university admission of foreign applicants (DSH-Stufe 2)

  • TestDaF (“Test Deutsch als Fremdsprache” with an above-average score (minimally level 4 in all four examination components)

  • Telc German C1 University (“Telc Deutsch C1 Hochschule”)

Overview of all recognized language certificates (pdf in German)

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Faculty advisor

Would you like more detailed information about the content of individual subjects within the Electronic and Mechatronic Systems master’s degree programme? Then the Faculty Advisor is your next port of call.