Studying master’s programme in Industrial Engineering and Management at Linköping University in Sweden

Industrial Engineering and Management
SEK 252000 EUR / year

Join this webinar to learn all you need to know about a master’s programme that offers you the skills to adopt changes in an industrial environment in a responsible and efficient manner.

This international master’s programme in Industrial Engineering and Management, taught at Linköping University in Sweden, is one of the pioneers in the field. Our dedicated and experienced teachers will offer you interesting challenges, lectures, laboratory work and expect you to actively participate in projects, essays and papers. You will learn how to analyse processes of companies to help steer them in the right direction by applying well-known methods and principles. The programme offers three profiles that you choose from in your second semester: Innovation management, Operations management and Quality management.

Our graduates will be qualified for engineering positions with businesses and authorities involving, among others, consulting, investment strategies and production planning and control, as well as an academic career beginning with PhD studies.

 

The intended audience for this webinar are students with academic background in mechanical engineering, energy engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, computer science or equivalent.

SEK 252000 - NB: Applies only to students from outside the EU, EEA and Switzerland
About the programme

After the studies

Why Sweden/LiU

Life in Sweden and Linköping, on Campus

Tips

Study life, typical week

Study structure, work load

Projects and papers

• Bachelor's degree with a major in mechanical engineering, energy engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, computer science or equivalent. The Bachelor's degree (equivalent to a Swedish Kandidatexamen) shall be from an internationally recognised university. • 30 ECTS credits in mathematics/applied mathematics and/or application of mathematics relevant for the programme, including courses in linear algebra, calculus and mathematical statistics. • English corresponding to the level of English in Swedish upper secondary education (English 6/B). This is normally attested by means of an internationally recognised test. (Exemption from Swedish) Selection for the January application round is based on merit rating (grade tariff) at three levels. If necessary, applicants within the same merit group will be selected by lot. • Group 1: High • Group 2: Good • Group 3: Low
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January 2022
August 2022