About this course
Mobility, healthcare, agriculture, and more—supply chains across the globe are becoming more and more dependent on robotic technology. Robots are creating faster, more efficient ways to design, construct, monitor, inspect, and transport with precision and agility. Robots may be programmed to take on many roles, yet industries still rely on talented professionals to design, test, and build this technology and ensure safety and reliability. Robotics is a huge and rapidly growing market, with vast career potential for those with the right expertise.
General academic criteria:
- Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate such as A-Levels or IB Diploma and your transcript of records.
- Proof of eligibility to study at a university in your home country.
Depending on your chosen programme, academic level, and background, you might need to also take one of the following to make sure you are ready to study with us:
- IU Entrance Examination
- IU Pathway Programme
At IU, we teach in English to prepare you for the international market.
We therefore ask for proof of your English language skills*. If English is your native language or you graduated from an English-speaking school/university, you don’t need to prove your English skills.
- TOEFL (min. 80 points) or
- IELTS (min. Level 6) or
- Duolingo English test (min. 95 points) or
- Cambridge Certificate (min. B grade overall) or
- Equivalent proof
*Proof must be provided before the start of the study and must not be older than two years.
- Introduction to Robotics
- Introduction to Academic Work
- Mathematics II
- Scientific and technical fundamentals
- Mathematics: Linear Algebra
- Technical Drawing
- Production Engineering
- Introduction to Programming with Python
- Mathematics: Analysis
- Mechanics – Statics
- Electrical Engineering
- Project: Design with CAD
- Sensor Technology
- Signals and Systems
- Mechanics – Kinematics
- Mechanics - Dynamics
- Collaborative Work
- Programming with C/C++
- Mechatronic Systems
- Control Systems Engineering
- Project: Modelling and Simulation of Robots
- Project: Introduction to Robot Control
- Embedded Systems
- Project: Robotics
- Seminar: Human-Robot Interaction
- Project: Applied Robotics with Robotic Platforms
- Seminar: Robots and Society
- Safety of Industrial Plants and Machines
- Electives A
- Electives B
- Electives C
- Bachelor Thesis & Colloquium