Master of Science in Microsystems Engineering (MSc MSE)
2 Year Master / Specialized Master
Exams accepted & cut-off
Applicants must hold a bachelors degree from a recognized university in Mechatronics, Mechanical, Electrical or Electronics Engineering (or equivalent), undergraduate knowledge in mathematics, physics, chemistry, technical mechanics, electronics and materials.
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Why Join University of Freiburg?
In 2007 the University of Freiburg became one of nine top universities in Germany to be honored in the Excellence Initiative for their research
The University of Freiburg was among the winners of the nationwide “Excellent Teaching” competition in 2009
More than 160 fields of study attract a total of around 21,000 students to Freiburg, including many international students and junior researchers
International students comprise of 14.6 % of the total student population
About Master of Science in Microsystems Engineering (MSc MSE)
Albert Ludwigs University of Freiburg's Institute of Microsystems Engineering offers a two years masters degree in Microsystems Engineering
Students are provided knowledge of the applications of micro systems
Graduates are introduced to intelligent, interactive systems
Since the university is state-funded, so there is no tuition fees for the students