B.E. Mechatronics and Robotronics

Bachelor of Engineering in Mechatronics and Robotronics

Our graduates are awarded a Bachelor of Engineering in Mechatronics and Robotronics. Our mission is to offer our students the best education based on the following principles:

    • multidisciplinary and comprehensive education,
    • development of both theoretical and applied skills,
    • advanced business training,
    • innovation product marketing experience,
    • excellent knowledge of a foreign language,
    • modern educational curriculum consistent with the world standards,
    • internship opportunities and semester abroad programs.

Core courses

Mechanics, Electronics, Electronics, Automation, Microprocessor Technology, and Programming.

Additional courses 

Automated Management Systems; Mathematical, Algorithmic, Software and Information Management; Manufacturing, Debugging and Maintenance Methods and Techniques; and Research and Design of Experiments in Industry, including defense, energy, transportation, medicine and agriculture.

Employment opportunities are in the areas of management, finance, engineering, knowledge commercialization, technology transfer, research, programming, artificial intelligence, automated control systems, and engineering, mechatronic and information technology systems.

The most important criterion for admission to the Department of Innovation Management is demonstrated superior academic achievement and the potential to make a contribution to technology, business or/and society.

Perspective students interested in undergraduate study at the Department of Innovation Management should apply here. Many of the admission requirements are common across the university, but check the specific requirements and deadlines at our department’s admission section.