With a master's degree in Mechanics you have good job perspectives in business, administration, teaching and research. The most relevant fields of work will depend on the specialization you have chosen.
Examples of fields of work are technologically advanced engineering companies, oil companies, research institutions, IT-companies, activities aimed toward medical research, administration and teaching.
If you want to teach, you need to have Praktisk-pedagogisk utdanning (in Norwegian).
The master's degree can open the road to a carrier in research through a PhD-study in natural sciences at the University of Oslo or at another Norwegian or foreign university. The most usual way to fund a PhD is a stipend from the university or from the research council, there are also national and international projects that distribute stipends.
From studies to employment
The Career Services can provide:
- Career counseling
- Help with your CV, cover letter and preparations for the job interview