Mechanical Engineering is one of the oldest and the broadest disciplines in engineering that applies the principles of Engineering, Physics and Mathematics to design, analyze, manufacture and maintain mechanical systems. Mechanical Engineering requires an understanding of core concepts of Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Materials Science and Structural Analysis.
Mechanical Engineers work with machines and engines, ranging from elevator technology to robotics. Masters of Mechanical Engineering students focus on diverse areas such as Heat Transfer and Fracture Mechanics. By and large it deals with the design, production and operation of machinery.
The exact structure and content of each mechanical engineering program will be different depending on the university, however most will cover the same core areas:
The Masters in Mechanical Engineering requirements are quite general across the world. Listed below are some of the basic requirements:
Most of the universities in the USA, Canada require you to give the GRE. Few universities from Germany require GRE scores. However, GRE is not required for admission to Australian universities.
IELTS or TOEFL is compulsory for acquiring student visa and as a proof of English proficiency.
A Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or related disciplines is required for MS in Mechanical Engineering.
Most mechanical engineering graduates will go on to become engineers, but there are several options you could choose from, including:
However, because mechanical engineering degrees give you such a wide range of skills, there are plenty of other career paths you could take. Popular roles include:
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