While Germany may presently rank second on the popularity list for students looking to pursue a master’s program in mechanical engineering, it is worth remembering that the number of these programs on offer at German universities is a lot less when compared to those offered in the US, which stands first in this list.

There are many reasons why students choose to pursue a master’s program in mechanical engineering in Germany.

The high quality of education coupled with low tuition, an attractive job market for mechanical engineers, multiple scholarships, collaboration in the form of research or job opportunities between universities and industry leaders, and programs taught in English are some of these reasons.

Mechanical Engineers can find jobs in a range of industries, which include aerospace, railway, construction, automotive, defense, utilities, consumer goods, chemicals, materials and metals, pharmaceutical, marine and electronics.