The International Master Program in Mechanical Engineering and Automation is an interdisciplinary program based on the curriculum offered by the College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. This program offers an opportunity for international students to take courses from the fields of Mechatronic Engineering, Manufacturing Technology, Automation Technology, and Intelligent Automation Engineering.
This program allows budding engineers an opportunity to explore multiple fields of engineering during completion of the degree. Students with inquiries about the program are advised to contact .
Assistant Professor Ying-Chun Chen, D. Phil, University of Oxford, is the director of the program. Students with inquiries about the program are advised to contact course director via email. (email@example.com)
To apply for the degree program, please visit the website for more information: https://oia.ntut.edu.tw/
Students who enrol in the program must complete a minimum of 32 credits for a postgraduate degree.
- 8 common required credits: 6 Thesis credits and 2 credits of Mechanical & Automation Technology Seminar (1 credit/semester)*
- And 24 elective credits
*The Seminar courses offered by the Graduate Institute of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering (Ph. D. Program) are deemed to be equivalent to the Automation Technology Seminar.
Please refer to the following lists for further details on graduation:
Students are required to complete the program in four years. On average, students complete the minimum requirements for graduation within two years.
All students are required to find a thesis advisor within 2 weeks into the start of the semester. At which time, students are required to obtain and submit written consent from their selected advisor to the program.
The advisor must be a full-time faculty from one of the Departments in the College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering (one of: Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronic Engineering, Manufacturing Technology, Automation Technology, and Intelligent Automation Engineering).
Completion of the Master’s degree requires a thesis defence. Candidates for the Master's degree can apply for a thesis defence when they fulfil the following requirements:
- Completion of at least one semester of the Master's program
- Completion of the required academic research ethic education course (for graduate students enrolled post 2019)
- Completion of all credit units from the required courses before the end of the semester
- Completion of their first draft of their thesis and obtain the consent from their adviser
Important Dates of Application
- Registration for the Fall Semester close on the 30th of November.
- Registration for the Spring Semester close on the 31st of May.