The program was developed to fulfill both industrial and academic needs. Therefore, the program contains courses designed to hold a high academic level while dealing with real industrial problems. Courses, such as "Condition Monitoring and Condition Based Maintenance" or "Design for Maintenance", use examples from the industry and state-of-the-art methods to teach the students what is being done today and how to improve upon it. Other courses, like "Automatic Control" and "eMaintenance: From Data to Decision" are given to help the student develop their skills and knowledge in the how Information Communication Technologies can be further implemented in industrial solutions. Our goal is that all students work in a Master thesis project that relates to the "real world" and companies like LKAB, Vattenfall, Swedish Transportation Authority, SSAB, Boliden, Saab Aerospace, Metso Minerals, ABB, and SCA develop projects for our students.
Normal, Autumn 2018
Bachelor degree of at least 180 credits or equivalent, which includes courses of at least 60 ECTS in one of the following areas: Maintenance Engineering, Energy Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science, Civil Engineering or equivalent, and a minimum of 15 ECTS in mathematics.
Documented skills in English language.More information about English language requirements»
The selection procedure is based on academic qualifications, quality and quantity aspects
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