Industrial Engineering and Management
Degree awarded: Master of Science in Engineering (Industrial Engineering and Management), (MSc)
Workload: 120 ECTS
Language of instruction: English
Duration: 2 years
Number of places available: 10
Pre-Requisites: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Mechanical or Manufacturing Engineering or in Economics or Business Administration
Tuition fee: No tuition fee if the student is studying with full study load. If student fails to study with full study load then the price of 1 ECTS is 43 EUR*
*The tuition fees are based on 2016-2017 ECTS prices
This programme has been developed in cooperation with University-Consortium in Science and Technology, BALTECH, and is simultaneously running in 4 universities in Sweden, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.
The programme focuses on the following topics: supply chain management, quality management, rapid product development, production planning and management, e-manufacturing and innovation. The key words of the present situation worldwide are production globalization, international and local cooperation and dynamic market. For those reasons, concepts as design, development and management of integrated systems of people, knowledge, equipment and materials are included in the curriculum.
- Covers the main engineering and business management areas; technical courses are combined with economical and social courses
- Teaching staff includes lecturers from the industry and international professors
- On site visits to manufacturing firms and lots of area-related associations for students (ABB, Ericsson, Bestnet, Cybernetica, etc.)
- Different interactive games for Lean production, 5S and production management and optimisation skills development
- Students can use different equipment in Protolab (3D scanners, 3D printers and laser sintering units) and Product Modelling and Material dynamical testing Laboratory
- Different ERP, PLM, CAD and CAE software is used in the study process
- Master’s theses are commonly based on real-life problems of the industry/company and therefore possess a practical value on top of an academic one. Many graduates proceed to work for the companies after graduation.
- The background of the students is very diverse. In addition to a variety of former educational paths there is also a significant proportion of working professionals who are able to enrich the learning process with their practical experience. That also enables valuable networking opportunities for foreign students.
This programme aims to prepare engineers who will be experts in a particular field of engineering and have the required skills for company management. Graduates can work in every field, starting from manufacturing and ending with retail. Possible positions include Production Manager, Project Manager, Quality Manager and CEO.
This program aims to prepare engineers who will be experts not only in a particular field on engineering, but also have required skills for company management. Such concepts as design, development and managements on integration with people, knowledge, equipment and material are included in the curriculum of the program.
Graduates can work in every field, starting from manufacturing and ending with retail.
The mission of this faculty is to retain its competitiveness both on the national and international scale as a center of educational, research and development work in mechanical engineering, machinery and thermal power engineering. Major collaboration projects include joint courses with the Helsinki University of technology (Finland), ROBOTEX robot building competition with the Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden) and the University of Tartu (Estonia).
STRUCTURE OF THE CURRICULUM
General studies 12.0
Basic studies 12.0
Core studies 22.0
Special studies 40.0
Free choice courses 4.0
Graduation thesis 30.0
MODULE: Fundamental of management
Fundamentals of Business Administration
MODULE: Technology-based enterprise
Information Systems of Production Management
Technology-based Entrepreneurship and Innovation I
Modelling and Testing of Products and Processes
Computer Aided Design
MODULE: Business management
Engineering and Management Praxis
History of Economic Policy and Theory of Uneven Development
Technical Change and Techno-economic Paradigms
MODULE: Operations management
Supply Chain Management
Case Studies in Technologies and Industries
Controlling in Production Systems
Psychology of Personnel Management and Leadership
MODULE: Manufacturing Engineering
Concurrent Product Development
Manufacturing Planning and Control
Technology-based Entrepreneurship and Innovation II
Optimal Production Planning
Applications of Manufacturing Simulation
Manufacturing Processes and Equipment
FREE CHOICE COURSES
Please pay attention as this programme you are applying for, has programme specific prerequisites:
- Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical/Manufacturing Engineering; Bachelor’s degree in Economics/Business Administration.
- Online test in field knowledge
- Skype interview- will be conducted only to candidates who have passed preliminary evaluation
Online test in field knowledge
Online test takes place in the system called Moodle. The test itself is 7 minutes long and can be taken only once.
- CAD systems are used for ...
- What are the strongest points of paramatric modelling ?
- What are the main functions of CAM systems ?
- What kind of information systems are used in area of manufacturing engineering ?
- Who benefits from product development ?
- What are main advantages of numerical controlled (NC) machining ?
- Quality management is used for ...
- Product development is a process which includes the following steps ...
- What is the role of engineers in product development processes ?
- Why customer requirements managemnt is important ?
Questions are composed to assess your:
- problem-solving abilities
- intellectual flexibility and analytical skills
- assimilation of new ideas and information
Interview is discussion-based, mainly academic and programme-related:
- The typical areas of expertise of the manufacturing engineering.
- Industrial engineering is the engineering discipline that concerns...
- Manufacturing process performance indicators are ....
- How to estimate the manufacturing cost per unit?
- Product development (describes the process of ...). What is the difference between product design and product assembly ?
- How to define the manufacturing planning?
- The main components of Computer Integrated Manufacturing are...
- How to describe numerically controlled (NC) machine tools?
- How to estimate/describe the manufacturing quality. Why quality management is important?
- What manufacturing engineers do in their everyday job?
The length of an interview vary between 10-15 minutes and will be conducted by the specialists in the programme you have applied for.
For general admission requirements please visit the Admissions section.
Mrs. Moonika Asu
e-mail: moonika dot asu at ttu dot ee
phone (+372) 620 3533
address: Ehitajate tee 5, Tallinn 19086
MARM coordinator in Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Associate Professor Mr. Kristo Karjust
e-mail: kristo dot karjust at ttu dot ee
phone (+372) 620 3254
address: Ehitajate tee 5, Tallinn 19086
"I could say that I chose TUT because it gave me the possibility to study and keep working at the same time. I picked Industrial Engineering and Management because this is the area in which I work. I can really see how things that I study at TUT can be put into practice at work".
Gabriel Rico Encinas
"My decision to leave Germany after my Bachelor studies and start studying at Tallinn Tech came up randomly, but it has turned out to be the best choice I have made in terms of my personal development. Tallinn Tech provided me with a master’s degree that is very practical. The Industrial Engineering and Management Master's is an interdisciplinary programme of mechanical engineering, production optimisation and business administration. It gives you the chance to combine theoretical, scientific aspects with practical examples and after graduating you can work along the whole supply chain of a product (supplier, production or logistics side). Since engineers are the ones who develop the tangible part of the industry further and further, there should never be any difficulty finding a job in this field."
Stefan Voigt, Germany
Alumnus of the Industrial Engineering and Management programme