Germany is one of the major export nations worldwide. Cars, machine tools, medical and environmental products, complex process engineering systems, innovative IT solutions: "Made in Germany" stands for high quality all over the world. Well-trained engineers – highly qualified experts – stand behind all these products.
If you are an engineering student, take your chance and study "Quality Engineering" at the Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences!
In this course at a master`s degree level students will get the basic knowledge about "how to produce high quality products".
The course includes 30 ECTS points. Students will get a transcript of records listing all modules you have passed. If you attend all modules and are successful in all examinations, you will receive an additional special course certificate.
For additional information you can download the course flyer.
|Measurement and Quality||Written Exam and Lab Experiments||5|
|Imaging Quality Assurance||Assignment and Lab Experiments||5|
|Quality Management||Presentation and Assignment||5|
|Quality Assurance in Aircraft Maintenance||Written Exam and Compulsary Placement||5|
|International Negotiation and Communication Skills||Presentation and Assignment||5|
|German as foreign Language||Presentation and Assignment||5|
|Date:||Starting on 1 March for one semester|
|Prerequisite:||At least 180 ECTS (3 academic years) in any engineering field|
|Administration fees:||students from partner universities: free|
other students: approx. 300 Euros
(including semester ticket for public transportation)
|Application deadline:||1 November of previous year|
All information concerning your application you can find on the international site of the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science.
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