Applies or performs procedures and techniques for designing, planning, checking the functional characteristics of mechanical components and systems; manufacturing tools, engines, machines and other mechanical equipment (including their maintenance).
Assists specialists in conducting research and studies on the technological characteristics of the materials used and their production processes.
Assisting the specialist in innovation and production development.
Applying or performing the necessary procedures for the mechanical design of components and systems.
Applying or performing the necessary procedures for production planning and scheduling.
Applying or performing the necessary procedures for the management of mechanical systems and plants.
Mechanical Engineering graduates have employment prospects in manufacturing and service companies, public administrations and as self-employed professionals. In particular, Mechanical Engineering graduates find employment in companies in the mechanical and electromechanical, plant engineering, automation and robotics and energy production and conversion sectors, as well as in manufacturing companies in general for the production, installation and testing, maintenance and management of machines, lines and production departments.