MSc in Human-Robot Interaction for Sustainable Manufacturing - EIT Manufacturing Master School

Master in Human-Robot Interaction for Sustainable Manufacturing

True international experience studying in 2 universities in 2 EU countries. Merit based scholarship and mobility grant. Dedicated scholarship for women.

Provided by: EIT Manufacturing


Monday, 2 September 2024


Monday, 31 August 2026

Application deadline:

Sunday, 31 March 2024

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Course Presentation

The MSc in Human-Robot Interaction for Sustainable Manufacturing (previously known as MSc in People and Robots for Sustainable Work) programme is a Master of Science programme within the EIT Manufacturing (EITM) Master School. The EITM Master School is a highly prestigious Manufacturing Engineering and Science education provider collaborating with its 9 leading European partner universities.

Education at EIT Manufacturing Master School combines technical competence with skills in Innovation and Entrepreneurship. EIT Manufacturing Master School students will be an elite group of forthcoming engineers, researchers, innovators, and other relevant professionals.

This programme is designed to address contemporary industrial engineering challenges and steer them towards a more sustainable, adaptable, and efficient manufacturing landscape. It achieves this by seamlessly integrating emerging technological trends in automation systems and robotics with the evolving needs of the workforce, both present and future.

One of the programme’s key focuses is on the application of artificial intelligence in the context of self-learning robots operating within collaborative environments. This technological innovation empowers the development of novel products and solutions that are not only in tune with the demands of the modern industrial sector but also forward-looking in terms of automation and efficiency.

The impact of this programme extends across the entire product development cycle, from the initial idea conception, through the design phase, rapid prototyping, rigorous testing, and finally, scaling up to mass production within industrial settings. In essence, it equips students with the knowledge and skills needed to tackle real-world manufacturing challenges, paving the way for sustainable, highly productive, and adaptable manufacturing processes that align with the latest advancements in automation, robotics, and artificial intelligence.

Course details


TU Wien, University of Tartu, Mondragon University, SUPSI

Deep tech fields

Advanced Manufacturing


Austria, Estonia, Spain, Switzerland

Course language


Course certification

Master of Science + EIT Label


Course fee

Duration (hours)


Certificate provided


Skills addressed

Industrial engineering challenges; artificial intelligence in the context of self-learning robots

Course format


Target group

Postgraduate-level learners

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Course provider

EIT Manufacturing

EIT Manufacturing is supported by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), a body of the European Union, and it is one of nine innovation communities within EIT.

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