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      Course packages for exchange students in Engineering

      The University of Skövde offers course combination packages in Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Product Design Engineering. Below, we present packages for the autumn and spring semesters available for exchange students.

      These packages can be complemented by additional courses, including language courses, for exchange students.

      Please notice that the following information is subject to change and depends on the specific agreement with your home university.

      Academic calendar

      The international introduction programme starts the week before the official semester start date. Read more about the academic year.

      Admission requirements

      Please check the admission requirements for the course packages below. When reading individual courses, please check the individual admission requirements at the different course syllabus in the respective websites.

      Note! Course code and course details are preliminary, they may be subject to change for the next autumn and spring semesters to similar/equivalent courses.

      Engineering course packages

      • Industrial engineering – specialty automation (INGEA)

        Course code, Course name, Period

        • PR014G, Industrial Engineering (6 credits): HT (week 1-4)
        • PR311G, Production and Logistics Simulation I (3 credits): HT (week 5-8)
        • PR310G, Industrial Robotics and Offline Programming (6 credits): HT (week 5-12)
        • PR501G, Production System Design (6 credits): HT (week 13-19)
        • PR313G, Industrial Control Engineering (9 credits): HT (week 9-19)
        • PR508G, Bachelor Degree Project in Industrial Engineering (30 credits): VT (week 1-20)

        Entry requirements

        • The student must be studying an engineering program in Industrial Engineering, Production Engineering, Automation Engineering (or equivalent relevant area) and passed 120 credits within the engineering program.
        • Out of the 120 credits, the student requires at least 45 past credits from core courses within automation, production or industrial engineering (or equivalent). Including courses in electricity, and production and manufacturing engineering or technology (or the equivalent).
        • Also, out of the 120 credits, the student requires at least 15 credits in mathematics (including linear algebra and calculus), a basic course in statistics (or equivalent) and a basic course in programming (or equivalent).

        Period (weeks)

        • HT=Autumn semester
        • VT=Spring semester
        • Week 1=Official start week of the autumn or spring semester

        For more information about the content of a course, see the course syllabus. Courses may be subject to change.

      • Industrial engineering – specialty production (INGEP)

        Course code, Course name, Period

        • PR014G, Industrial Engineering (6 credits): HT (week 1-4)
        • PR311G, Production and Logistics Simulation I (3 credits): HT (week 5-8)
        • PR505G, Applied Operations Research (6 credits): HT (week 5-12)
        • PR501G, Production System Design (6 credits): HT (week 13-19)
        • PR503G, Production and Logistics Simulation II (6 credits): HT (week 13-19)
        • PR508G, Bachelor Degree Project in Industrial Engineering (30 credits): VT (week 1-20)

        Entry requirements

        • The student must be studying an engineering program in Industrial Engineering, Production Engineering, Industrial Management Engineering (or equivalent relevant area) and passed 120 credits within the engineering program.
        • Out of the 120 credits, the student requires at least 45 past credits from core courses within production, industrial management or industrial engineering (or equivalent). Including courses in production and manufacturing engineering or technology (or the equivalent).
        • Also, out of the 120 credits, the student requires at least 15 credits in mathematics (including linear algebra and calculus), a basic course in statistics (or equivalent) and a basic course in programming (or equivalent).

        Period (weeks)

        • HT=Autumn semester
        • VT=Spring semester
        • Week 1=Official start week of the autumn or spring semester

        For more information about the content of a course, see the course syllabus. Courses may be subject to change.

      • Product Design Engineering (INIDE)

        Course code, Course name, Period

        • IP341G, Product Development Methods and Strategies (6 credits): HT week 1-4
        • IP504G, User Centered Design (6 credits): HT week 5-12
        • IP332G, Ergonomics II: Digital Human Modelling and Evaluation (6 credits): HT week 13-19
        • IP333G, CAD III (6 credits): HT week 5-12
        • IP505G, Design Methodology II (6 credits): HT week 13-19
        • IP517G, Bachelor Degree Project in Product Design Engineering* (30 credits): VT week 1-20

        Entry requirements

        • The student must be studying an engineering program in Product development, Engineering design or Mechanical Engineering (or equivalent relevant area) and passed 120 credits within the engineering program.
        • Out of the 120 credits, the student requires at least 45 past credits from core courses within product design engineering or engineering design (or equivalent). Including courses in product development, in CAD (or the equivalent).
        • Also, out of the 120 credits, the student requires at least 15 credits in mathematics (including linear algebra and calculus) and a basic course in statistics (or equivalent).

        Period (weeks)

        • HT=Autumn semester
        • VT=Spring semester
        • Week 1=Official start week of the autumn or spring semester

        For more information about the content of a course, see the course syllabus. Courses may be subject to change.

      • Mechanical Engineering (INITA)

        Course code, Course name, Period

        • PR014G, Industrial Engineering (6 credits): HT week 1-4
        • MT507G, Machine Elements (6 credits): HT week 5-12
        • MT351G, Mechanics IV (6 credits): HT week 5-12
        • MT510G, Applied FEM II (6 credits): HT week 13-19
        • MT508G, Material Processing Technology (6 credits): HT week 13-19
        • MT533G, Bachelor Degree Project in Mechanical Engineering (30 credits): VT week 1-20

        Entry requirements

        • The student must be studying an engineering program in Mechanical Engineering or Production Engineering (or equivalent relevant area) and passed 120 credits within the engineering program.
        • Out of the 120 credits, the student requires at least 45 past credits from core courses within mechanical or production engineering (or equivalent). Including courses in Statics, in Dynamics, in Strength of Materials and in Manufacturing Technology (or the equivalent).
        • Also, out of the 120 credits, the student requires at least 15 credits in mathematics (including linear algebra and calculus) and a basic course in statistics (or equivalent).

        Period (weeks)

        • HT=Autumn semester
        • VT=Spring semester
        • Week 1=Official start week of the autumn or spring semester

        For more information about the content of a course, see the course syllabus. Courses may be subject to change.

      Language courses

      • Optional language courses

        Course code, Course name, Period

        • EN247G, English: Proficiency (7,5 credits): Lp4, Lp1
        • EN244G, English: Academic Writing (7,5 credits): Lp5, Lp1-Lp2
        • EN236G, English: Oral Presentation Techniques (7,5 credits): Lp5, Lp2
        • EN245G, English: Business English (7,5 credits): Lp5, Lp1
        • SV138G, Swedish Culture and Society (3 credits): Lp4, Lp1
        • SV133G, Swedish for International Students 1: Oral Proficiency and Listening Comprehension (7,5 credits): Lp4, Lp1
        • SV134G, Swedish for International Students 2: Text and Grammar (7,5 credits): Lp5, Lp2

        Approximate study periods:

        • Lp4 = September–October
        • Lp5 = November–December
        • Lp1 = January–Mars
        • Lp2 = April–June

        For more information about the content of a course, see the course syllabus.

        Courses may be subject to change.

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      Published: 11/6/2020
      Edited: 4/5/2022
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