Microengineering

Master's in Microengineering

Making small smaller.

Microengineering is the art and science of creating, designing, integrating and manufacturing miniature components, instruments and products. The main characteristic of this domain is its multidisiplinary nature: a microengineering system integrates electronics and mechanics together with computational, chemical and optical elements.

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Program's Objectives

The EPFL Master of Science in Microengineering offers a unique education for students with an interest in technology, a scientifically oriented mind and an aptitude for synthesis to gain global visions of modern technology.

The Master of Science in Microengineering of EPFL opens a wide range of career opportunities for young engineers. It is an ideal training towards innovative applications in highly attractive sectors such as portable communications, biomedical devices or the watch industry.

Entry Requirements

Candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree in Microengineering (or closely related field) from a reputable university and excellent academic records.

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Teaching Language

English and French.

Program's Structure

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You will find the complete curriculum, a list and description of courses, as well as recommendations regarding the different orientations on the Microengineering section’s specific pages.

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Please note that the information regarding the programs’ structure as well as details of the study plan may be subject to change.

Accreditations

CTI aaq EUR-ACE

Contact Information

In case of specific questions about this program, please contact the Microengineering section: