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Master of Science in Computational Mechanics Technical University of Munich




Course info


Computational mechanics is a constantly growing field with impact on both science and industry in all areas of engineering. It is concerned with solving mechanical problems on the basis of numerical approximation methods, involving discretization of the underlying equations in both space and time. Nowadays, related skills are indispensable in civil and mechanical engineering, for the design of automobiles and spacecrafts, for developments in biomechanics and micro-electro-mechanical systems. Virtually, all technical disciplines make use of the fast progress in this area.

Computational mechanics brings together highly sophisticated methods of theoretical, applied and structural mechanics as well as computer science, software engineering and applied mathematics. The curriculum of the course encompasses, among others,

  • Continuum mechanics, structural mechanics and theory of stability
  • Structural and fluid dynamics
  • Applied mathematics and functional analysis
  • Computer science, programming and software engineering
  • Linear and non-linear finite element methods
  • Structural and multidisciplinary optimization
  • Modelling and simulation
  • Networking, distributed and parallel computing

As a graduate with a M.Sc. in COME you are able to work in many different areas as you gain a deep understanding in mechanics, programming, modeling and simulation. You can start a career e.g. as software engineer or design, calculation and simulation engineer, respectively.

Course options

Here are the different ways in which you can study Master of Science in Computational Mechanics.

Full Time (4 semesters)

Tuition fees

129,40 EURO per semester (Includes Basic student union fee: 62 Euros per semester; Basic semester ticket fee: 67.40 Euros per semester)


14 Oct


Technical University of Munich

Munich City campus,

Arcisstrabe 21,



80333, Germany

Entry requirement for international students

Minimum requirements to apply for a Master's program at TUM are a recognized undergraduate degree (e.g. a bachelor’s) and the successful completion of the aptitude assessment procedure.

Only a minimum overall band score of 6.5 in the IELTS Academic will be accepted.

Internet based Test (IbT): 88

Paper based test (PbT): 66

CAE (Cambridge Advanced English), Grades A, B, C

CPE (Cambridge Proficiency English), Grades A, B, C

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