Department: Dipartimento: DIME – Dipartimento di Ingegneria meccanica, energetica, gestionale e dei trasporti – Università degli Studi di Genova
Coordinator: Prof. Luca Bruzzone
Course information: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
The preparation of the mechanical engineer is among the most solid, complete, versatile and appreciated by the world of work. The level of expertise, in fact, does not only concern the design, production and automation of machines, systems, consumer goods and services, but goes beyond, extending also to economic and organizational aspects, to that of economic-management, to advanced applications in the fields of mechatronics, automation, energy and environmental impact assessments, always in the interests of quality and safety.
Admission requirements: To enroll in the Bachelor’s degree program in Mechanical Engineering, students must have a secondary school diploma or other suitable recognized qualification obtained abroad.
PROGRESSION IN THE STUDIES
The Mechanical Engineering Degree Program with a curriculum in Automation and Mechatronics provides an excellent mastery of methods and general technological content, but also of specific knowledge and professional skills associated with the following subject areas: mechanical design, production, management and construction of components and mechanical systems, and automation of mechanical and mechatronic systems. This allows a graduate to easily enter the world of work or to continue studying to achieve the Master’s Degree.
The Course Catalog foresees that, after a first year in which the basic scientific competences are given priority, in the following two years the disciplines of Mechanical Engineering will be developed, giving space to topics related to the integration of mechanical systems with computer systems, electronic and electric.
The final exam offers the possibility to have internships, during which it is possible to apply the acquired knowledge and skills as well as to develop other operational skills useful in completing the student’s preparation.
90% of the graduates in Mechanical Engineering find work within 12 months of the degree in various sectors in Italy and abroad. The main employment opportunities are in the mechanical and electromechanical industries, plant design and installation and shipbuilding companies, automation industries, robotics and mechatronics, companies for the production of goods, for installation and testing, maintenance and management of machines, production lines and departments, and energy companies.
Due to the modalities and the didactic contents strongly oriented to the basic disciplines and envisioned characteristics, the graduate in Mechanical Engineering is well prepared to continue his studies in the Master’s Degree programs.
Attachments and links
Calendario A.A. 2019-20
Calendario esami di profitto A.A. 2019-20
Calendario sedute di laurea a.a. 2018-2019
Caratteristiche e valutazione della Prova finale
Commissione di Laurea aprile 2019 – ottobre 2019
Linee guida per la preparazione della Prova finale
Manifesto degli Studi A.A. 2019-20
Orario delle lezioni A.A. 2019-20 – I semestre
Orario delle lezioni A.A. 2019-20 – II semestre
Rappresentanti studenti eletti nei CCS
Regolamento didattico Ingegneria Meccanica Coorte 2019-22
Studenti tutor di accoglienza 2019-20
Condizione occupazionale e formativa e livello di soddisfazione dei laureandi
Università degli Studi di Genova
Università degli Studi di Genova – Scuola Politecnica
Immatricolazioni e iscrizioni
ALISEO – Agenzia della Regione Liguria per gli studenti e l’orientamento
Ministero dell’Istruzione, dell’Università e della ricerca (M.I.U.R)