Career perspectives

Graduates of the "Precision Manufacturing and Management" degree programme work in the future-oriented, high-technology sector, which secure jobs and economic security and contribute to more efficient precision machining. Graduating students are equipped with interdisciplinary knowledge, as well as the communicative management and leadership skills necessary for self-employment in a wide range of fields.

Possible areas of employment

  • Research and Development
  • Design
  • Production
  • Quality assurance
  • Experimenting and testing
  • Project management
  • Technical sales
  • Technical management

Growing, innovative sectors

  • Machine and plant construction
  • Automobile and vehicle manufacture
  • Medical technology
  • Aeronautical engineering
  • Manufacturing industry (manufacture of technically demanding, high precision system components)
  • New technologies/inventions and patents
  • Research institutes