Industrial & Systems Engineering
|University website:||Industrial Engineering|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||5,500 RON|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||5,500 RON|
The 4.0 industrial revolution or the intelligent enterprise appear as a real market need for the master study programme “Industrial Engineering”. Companies as Siemens, Tenaris, Dr. Kocher, Hesper, Assa Abloy, Renault, General Turbo, Segula Technologies, Makita, Cameron a.s.o. express the need for trained staff in terms of CAD/CAM, manufacturing processes modelling & control, advanced production planning & scheduling, E-business in industrial engineering, innovation & creativity in product development & design, intellectual property, factory simulation, quality tools & performance management in the competitive global world. Additive manufacturing linked to Mechatronic & Robotics play a central role in research projects, students being involved in design, manufacturing and processes improvement. Teamwork is privileged, the students being enrolled in numerous team projects of scientific research or complex products design. The master programme is aiming to deepen the competences acquired during the bachelor study programme Industrial Engineering, but it may be attended by graduates in different branches of Engineering, too. The programme is designed as an answer to companies’ needs.
The program welcomes ERASMUS students, usually the group being quite heterogeneous, supporting the multicultural dimension fostering. Teamwork is organized in order to join home and incoming students. The research activity is aimed to deepen the courses, but allowing creativity and critical thinking development. Students have the opportunity to participate to a dedicated scientific session, the best contributions being awarded and published in the faculty scientific journal Industrial Engineering, event appreciated by students and companies, too, as certain students’ contributions present practical prototypes or innovative solutions.