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Career prospects Mechatronics

Job opportunities and career prospects for our graduates are excellent, because they combine first-rate technical expertise with well-developed intercultural and language skills.

Graduates of the Mechatronics Trinational degree programme are qualified to work in three countries. The prospects are  as varied as the study programme itself.

Activities (examples)

  • Project leadership and management (interdisciplinary, intercultural/international)
  • Technical leadership
  • Development and construction
  • Production management
  • Production automation
  • Industry design
  • Patent agent (with additional qualification)

Sectors (summary)

  • Automotive engineering
  • Rail engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Electronics industry
  • Aerospace
  • Medical technology
  • Information and telecommunications technology
  • Automation technology
  • Air-conditioning and room monitoring technology
  • Micro-system technology
  • Business consultancy
  • The pharmaceutical industry
  • The watchmaking industry
  • IT consultancy
  • IT forensics
  • Universities (research)

Statement from a mechatronics graduate

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Name: Simon Koch
Company: Siemens Schweiz AG
Role: Project engineer

«The three industrial placements in different companies made getting on to the career ladder considerably easier. In my job, I benefit from my experience of managing mechatronic projects, where the interplay of electronics and mechanics comes into full effect. Through software engineering, I also learnt to structure tasks and processes clearly. Furthermore, engineers with good languages skills are highly sought after in the international environment!»

 

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