HE-Arc engineering students had to face real issues encountered by a company.
Switzerland is globally renowned as a champion of innovation. But it is when an idea can be transformed into a product and then exported that wealth is generated. This means that one must be able to develop products efficiently to remain competitive. Efficiency in the value chain will be a core focus for the future students of the Bachelor's in Industrial Engineering and Management, covering varied sectors such as machine engineering, medicine, watchmaking and the food industry.
These areas for reflection will be considered in the light of digitisation and Industry 4.0. Today, businesses operate in an interconnected world. They are able to exchange a great deal of information, which is now being supplemented by artificial intelligence. Their one sole aim is to create the right product at the right time.
The first two years of this Bachelor's programme consist of a core curriculum taught at both sites – Neuchâtel and Yverdon. Students choose their specialisation in their third year from :
Deadline for applications : 31 May 2018
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