Students who choose this specialist pathway may opt to take the full Master's Degree in Automotive Design and Manufacturing. To do so, you will have to complete a further 39 credits, and you will gain the two official master's degrees in two years (except if you have to take additional courses). The Master's Degree in Automotive Design and Manufacturing is held in aDual mode, i.e. part of the competences of the Master's Degree are developed in a company. This master's degree is designed and taught together with companies in the sector, and it is a highly demanded profile, which will make you highly competitive in the labour market.