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Description

Graduates from Materials and Manufacturing Engineering solve engineering challenges because they are able to optimize advanced materials and complex manufacturing processes for high-tech industrial production.

Materials and manufacturing engineering is highly interdisciplinary and focuses on the application of materials as well as process and production technologies in high-tech products within various fields, including energy production, the automotive and aeronautical industries, medical devices, and communication.

Study programme focus

The key to develop and optimize products with improved functionality and extended lifetime is the interplay between:

  • the internal structure of materials
  • process technologies for manufacturing and post-processing of a high-tech product
  • product properties
  • product performance under its operating conditions (see figure)

The programme enables you to predict, control, and optimize material properties and to analyse and optimize the industrial process technologies, which are relevant for advanced products at both micro and macro scale.

The interplay between materials, processes, products, properties, and performance (see figure) is central to the MSc programme and is reflected in the programme title ‘Materials and Manufacturing Engineering’.

The MSc programme is very application-oriented, and the teaching is highly research-based and relevant to industry. As a supplement to the theoretical courses and numerical simulations, you will have access to experimental facilities and test equipment. Project work is generally inspired by or carried out in collaboration with industry, and you will therefore be working with relevant, real cases throughout the entire study programme.

 

Focus areas

The study programme contains no actual study line, but rather two focus areas: ‘Materials Engineering’ and ‘Manufacturing Engineering’. When choosing your courses and designing your study plan make sure to include both areas to ensure an ideal combination of both materials and manufacturing engineering.

Materials Engineering

This subject area focuses on the development and optimization of new materials for applications in high-tech products—whether for macroscopic structures in, e.g., the aeronautical industry or miniature components in, e.g. sensors in microelectronics or medical devices. The internal structure of materials is the key for developing products with improved functional properties, enhanced performance during operation, and extended lifetime. Materials characterization and modelling (at nano and micro scales) is essential to identifying and interpreting the internal structure of materials in relation to mechanical, thermal, and chemical impacts. The understanding of relevant parameters for metals and alloys, polymer materials, and ceramics enables tailoring the material’s internal structure and associated properties, and thereby also the reliability and lifespan of components during operation.

Manufacturing Engineering

This subject area deals with the mechanical, thermal, physical, and chemical processes constituting the manufacture of a product—including design, fabrication, joining, and post-processing. This subject area covers all processing steps which materials undergo within the fabrication chain before they are used in a product, constructions or component.. Manufacturing Engineering particularly focuses on the development of advanced technologies for, for example, forming and joining, but also deals with product engineering, design, and optimization of products, as well as analysis and optimization of process chains and production systems at micro and macro scales. Process characterization and modelling—including measuring techniques and quality assurance—play an important role, also in the interaction with materials engineering.
The choice of courses in the students’ individual study plan offers a high degree of flexibility. Therefore, you have the opportunity to tailor your own study programme and career by choosing from the wide range of courses offered at DTU.

Read more about the structure of the MSc programmes at DTU.

Career

Materials and processes are crucial to social welfare and technological progress. Therefore, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering graduates have a host of career opportunities in various industrial areas, including energy production and storage, transport, building and construction, (micro)electronics, food production, medical devices, automation, and robotics.

Academic requirements for this programme

Admission to the MSc program in Materials and Manufacturing Engineering is directed towards all students who have completed a BSc or BEng education in mechanical engineering, physics, chemistry, chemical or civil engineering or who have another relevant  academic background, where fundamentals in Materials Science and Technology, including metals, polymers and ceramics, have been passed.

The academic requirement for the MSc Eng programme is a basic course in Materials Science, which students have to have passed. The following courses from DTU fulfill this requirement (other courses, also from other universities, but with equivalent content, are possible as well):

41650 Materials science 5 point Spring F1B (Thurs 13-17)
41659 Materials science for mechanical engineers 5 point Spring F1B (Thurs 13-17)
41680 Introduction to cyber materials 5 point Spring F4B (Fri 8-12)
41681 Materials science 5 point Autumn E3A (Tues 8-12), Spring F3A (Tues 8-12)
41684 Materials technology 5 point Spring F5A (Wed 8-12)

 

Note: The two courses 41680 and 41684 are only valid as a prerequisite if they both are passed; neither 41680 nor 41684 alone meet the academic prerequisites.

Many national and international educations provide the required background for students to continue with the MSc education in Materials and Manufacturing Engineering.

Applicants are assumed to have the necessary prerequisites for the MSc programme courses when entering the programme. The description of the DTU-courses mentioned above may be used to assess the required level of knowledge and skills.

Interested students are very welcome to contact the head of studies (kpa@mek.dtu.dk) for individual consulting on whether their prerequisites are appropriate for the MSc in Materials and Manufacturing Engineering.

National students

Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Engineering from DTU:

The following BSc Eng programmes at DTU entitle students to admission to the MSc Eng programme in Materials and Manufacturing Engineering:

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Physics and Nanotechnology
  • Design and Innovation
  • General Engineering with specialisation Cyber Materials

Students who have completed a BSc Eng in

  • Chemical Engineering
  • Medicine and Technology
  • Civil Engineering

may also meet the admission requirements for Materials and Manufacturing Engineering; their applications will be assessed individually based on the required pre-requisites.

Prerequisites may, for example, be ensured through dedicated elective courses during the BSc education.

Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Engineering from other Danish universities:

Students with a BSc degree from the following educations at Danish universities, other than DTU, can be admitted to the MSc programme in Materials and Manufacturing Engineering:

  • Sustainable Design (Aalborg University, AAU)
  • Produktudvikling (Aalborg University, AAU)
  • Maskin og Produktion (Aalborg University, AAU).

Bachelor of Engineering (BEng):

Students with a BEng degree from the following educations at DTU can be admitted to the MSc Eng programme in Materials and Manufacturing Engineering:

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
  • Architectural Engineering

Bachelors of Engineering from other programmes and from other universities than DTU may be admitted after an individual assessment with respect to the academic requirements.

All applicants have to document competences in physics, chemistry, mechanics and mathematics, in addition to the required basic Materials Science, as mentioned above.

International students

Many international universities provide the required background for students to continue with the MSc education in Materials and Manufacturing Engineering.

Students with a BSc Eng or BEng degree from an international university can be admitted when they have completed an engineering education in, for example, mechanical engineering, physics, chemistry, chemical or civil engineering, or when they have another relevant academic background. All applicants have to document that fundamentals in Materials Science and Technology have been passed as part of their bachelor education.

All steps in the admission procedure are handled through DTU’s Office for Study Programmes and Student Affairs, whereto inquiries about formalities should be directed. Questions about academic qualifications and the programme content should be directed to the head of studies for Materials and Manufacturing Engineering (kpa@mek.dtu.dk).

General admission requirements

Only applicants holding either a relevant Bachelor of Science in Engineering, a Bachelor in Engineering or a Bachelor of Natural Science degree can be admitted to a Master of Science in Engineering programme. The bachelor degree must be less than 10 years old.

The individual MSc Eng programme states in detail which bachelor programmes qualify and whether applicants have to complete supplementary educational activities.

Requirements for supplementary educational activities can equate to up to 30 ECTS credits and are specified in the form of a list of courses under the individual MSc Eng programmes.

The specific requirements must be met before graduating from the bachelor programme or in connection with conditional admission to a particular MSc Eng programme. The courses must be passed prior to the commencement of studies within one year from the conditional admission.

Supplementary educational activities in connection with conditional admission to an MSc Eng programme do not form part of the MSc Eng programme, and partial tuition fees are charged. If the supplementary courses have not been passed within the deadlines specified, the conditional admission to the programme is withdrawn.

The Master of Science in Engineering programmes are offered in English. Therefore applicants must demonstrate proficiency in English (B-level, IELTS, TOEFL- or Pearson test).

DTU offers Honours Programme as part of all MSc  Eng. programmes. The admission requirements are described at http://www.dtu.dk/english/education/msc/honours-programmes

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