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EITM Master's School

Robotic and Computer Engineering Master's Programme is a part of the EIT Manufacturing Master School.

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EIT Manufacturing logo (autor: Erakogu)
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What is EIT Manufacturing?

EIT Manufacturing is an Innovation Community within the European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT) – that connects the leading manufacturing actors in Europe. Fueled by a strong interdisciplinary and trusted community, we will add unique value to European products, processes, services – and inspire the creation of globally competitive and sustainable manufacturing.

EITM Master's School

The EIT Manufacturing programme aims to attract and empower top talents to further empower them through mobility and other learning opportunities to become leading innovators and entrepreneurs in manufacturing.

The EITM Master’s programme will be one of the main assets of the EIT Manufacturing innovation communities, spreading innovation and creating new business in the manufacturing ecosystem.


Link to EIT master website.

Students move from their entry university at the end of the first year to their exit university in a different country for the second year. The language of instruction throughout is English.

Graduates of the EITM programme are awarded two Master degrees - one from each university. An EIT Label certificate is also conferred to participants who have followed one of the 5 programmes (with international mobility), taken part in the Innovation & Entrepreneurship courses (in particular the summer school) and successfully completed an internship in industry.
The EITM programme, which will welcome its first intake of students in September 2021, will be one of the main assets of the EIT Manufacturing innovation communities, spreading innovation and creating new business in the manufacturing ecosystem.

The EITM master combines technical competence with skills on Innovation and entrepreneurship adopting a learning-by-doing approach.
Students follow one of five programmes (with international mobility):

  1. People and Robots for Sustainable Work
  2. Additive Manufacturing for Full Flexibility
  3. Zero Defect Manufacture for a Circular Economy
  4. Platforms for digitalized value Networks
  5. Data Science and AI for Competitive Manufacturing

Robotics and Computer Engineering in University of Tartu is involved in the "People and Robots for Sustainable Work" programme, which combines manufacturing science, robotics system physics and control system automation, including the design of customised manufacturing processes and production management.

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