Mechanical Engineering 

First and Second cycles degree

First cycle degree

The course is divided into two curricula. Industrial: to directly access the job market, by training university-level technicians; centred on production and management of industrial components, machines and mechanical systems. EducationalEducational: it is oriented to prepare for the second cycle degree, focused on the design, development and production of components and highly technological and innovative mechanical systems

Second cycle degree

The second cycle degree is the natural continuation of studies for students who have obtained the relevant first cycle degree following the educationaleducational curriculum. The course finalizes the training of the mechanical engineer with solid knowledge and skills in design, production and management of highly technological and innovative products and mechanical systems
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Laboratories

Several teaching, research and computational laboratories along with the industrial engineering library are available. The laboratories occupy a total area of over 4500 square meters and are equipped with state-of-the-art testing systems and instruments
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COMPETITIVE PROJECTS AND STUDENT INITIATIVES

Competitive student projects are activities in which groups of students, usually coordinated by a professor, work on the design and construction of engineering products or systems. Afterwards, students present their projects and demonstrate the performances of their product with in field testsat national or international events in competition with students of other universities

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STAGE AND JOB PLACEMENT

On the Moodle platform of the University of Padova internship proposals for students and job offers for graduates are made available .

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Contacts

https://www.dii.unipd.it/en/courses for general information

Teaching Office: Department of Industrial Engineering, Via Venezia, 1 (third floor) – Padova didattica@dii.unipd.it

Prof. Giovanni Meneghetti (Programme coordinator) giovanni.meneghetti@unipd.it