MS in Mechanical Engineering

Linkoping University
Linköping, Östergötland County, Sweden
Qualification
Master's Degree
Study mode
Full-time
Duration
1 year
Tuition fee (local)
Information not available
Tuition fee (foreign)
Information not available

Entry Requirements

Minimum admission requirements for the master's programmes include a Bachelor's degree (a Swedish kandidatexamen) or equivalent from an internationally recognized university. The university has to be listed in the latest edition of the International Handbook of Universities.

* A bachelor's degree awarded in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh or Nepal must in most cases be of four years or followed by a master's degree to meet the admission requirements.

* Applicants who do not hold the required degree are eligible provided they can show that they are registered for the last semester of a programme leading to such a degree. An official document stating that they are likely to be awarded the degree by the start of the programme must be sent in with the application. The degree certificate has to be presentetby Oct 15.

 

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Language requirements:

Applicants must have documented skills in English corresponding to the level of English in Swedish upper secondary education (English B). For applicants who have not studied in Swedish upper secondary education, skills in English are normally attested by means of an international language test, such as:

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) - Paper-based score of 4.5 (scale 1-6) in the written test with a total score of 575 and Internet-based score of 20 (scale 0-30) in the written test with a total score of 90. NB! TOEFL Examinee Score Records are not accepted. All TOEFL tests must be sent straight from Educational Testing Service (ETS).

International English Language Testing Service (IELTS) - Acandemic modules, an overall mark of 6,5 and no section below 5,5.

Cambridge ESOL Certificate of Proficiency in English/CPE or Certificate in Advanced English/CAE.

The following applicants do not have to submit the results of a language test

Students holding a bachelor's degree from a university with English as the only language of instruction, according to the latest edition of International Handbook of Universities.

Students holding a bachelor's degree (a Swedish Kandidatexamen) or equivalent academic qualifications with English as the major subject.

Students holding a bachelor's degree in Engineering, Science or Technology, awarded in India or Pakistan.

Students with 30 credits from a Nordic country and the language of instruction of the course/programme/university is English.

 

Specific requirements

In addition to the general requirements, the applicant must also meet the specific requirements that apply to the different programmes, see below. The specific requirements may be assessed as not fulfilled if

the average grade is in the lower third of the grading scale used in the country where the degree was awarded (i.e. grades have to be average/pass level or above, the equivalent to the Swedish grade "Godkand")

the degree does not qualify for admission to equivalent master's programmes in the country where the degree is awarded.

Applicants are expected to have
a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, or equivalent
at least 30 ECTS credits in mathematics/applied mathematocs and/or application of mathemaics

Curriculum

1Ht1
  TAOP23 Optimization G2 o 2 6 
 TDDD34 Programming with Applications in Engineering G2 o 3 6* 
   
  1Ht2
  TAMS11 Probability and Statistics, First Course G2 o 4 6 
 TDDD34 Programming with Applications in Engineering G2 o 1 6* 
 TMHL03 Mechanics of Light Structures A o 3 6 
 TMKM98 Engineering Materials-Design A o 2 6 
   
  2Vt1
  TGTU57 Scientific and Academic Writing G2 f - 4* 
 TMPP02 Project Course – Race Vehicle Engineering A f - 6* 
 TMHP02 Fluid Power Systems G2 v 1 6 
 TMKT48 Design Optimization A v 3 6 
 TMMS30 Multi Body Dynamics and Robotics A v 4 6 
 TMMV08 Computational Fluid Dynamics A v 1 6 
 TMQU04 Six Sigma Quality A v 2 6 
 TPPE54 Advanced Planning and Scheduling A v 4 6 
   
  2Vt2
  TGTU57 Scientific and Academic Writing G2 f  4* 
 TMPP02 Project Course – Race Vehicle Engineering A f - 6* 
 TMHL62 The Finite Element Method; advanced course A v 1 6 
 TMKT57 Product Modelling A v 3 6 
 TMME11 Road Vehicle Dynamics A v 1 6 
 TMMV01 Aerodynamics A v 2 6 
 TMMV07 Computational Fluid Mechanics, advanced course A v 4 6 
 TMQU06 Quality and Process Development A v 2 6 
 TPMM06 Analysing and Improving Manufacturing Operations A v 1 6 
   
  3Ht1
  TMPP02 Project Course – Race Vehicle Engineering A f - 6* 
 TEIO12 Industrial Project Management A v 3 6* 
 TKMJ31 Biofuels for Transportation A v 1 6 
 TMAL02 Aircraft and Vehicle Design G2 v 3 6 
 TMME14 Machine elements, second course A v 3 6 
 TMME40 Vibration Analysis of Structures A v 3 6 
 TMMS11 Models of Mechanics A v 4 6 
 TMPM01 Project Course - Mechanical Engineering A v - 12* 
 TMQU13 Customer Focused Product and Service Development A v 4 6 
 TPPE30 Production Simulations A v 4 6 
   
  3Ht2
  TMPP02 Project Course – Race Vehicle Engineering A f - 6* 
 TAOP18 Supply Chain Optimization A v 4 6 
 TEIO12 Industrial Project Management A v 3 6* 
 TMAL51 Aircraft Conceptual Design A v 1 6 
 TMHL61 Damage Mechanics and Life Analysis A v 2 6 
 TMHP51 Hydraulic Servo Systems A v 2 6 
 TMMS07 Biomechanics A v 4 6 
 TMMS20 Structural Optimization A v 1 6 
 TMPM01 Project Course - Mechanical Engineering A v - 12* 
 TMQU12 Lean Production A v 2 6 
 TSFS03 Vehicle Propulsion Systems A v 2 6 

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