MEIKO Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG, Englerstr. 3, D-77652 Offenburg
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When a job requires a combination of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and control engineering, it's time to call a mechatronics engineer! This is a profession with excellent future prospects. Modern production operations are dependent on experts who understand mechanical and electrical engineering and are capable of bringing the two worlds together. From drive systems to control engineering and from digital processes to turning and soldiering, it's clear that you will need good all-around skills and that you can expect a fascinating and constantly changing series of tasks.
Good manual skills, an inquisitive mind and a keen interest in technical details. Having enjoyed maths, physics and team projects at school you have developed good communication skills, enjoy working meticulously on challenging tasks and take pride in getting things right.
You will have already completed your general certificate of secondary education or studied electrical engineering at vocational college.
If you are keen to continue after the course, you have lots of choices, including obtaining further qualifications as a technician or foreman, studying for a qualification as a Master of business management in a technical field, or taking a degree in engineering in a variety of disciplines.