Mechanical Engineering

The Mechanical Engineering Faculty at the Be'er Sheva campus offers second degree thesis studies (M.Sc.)* that provides the knowledge required for successful integration into the developing market.

The uniqueness of the program is its practical multi-disciplinary R&D based training combining streaming and energy mechanics, solid substance mechanics, control and robotics.

The program is designed to award engineers and researchers with multi-disciplinary training, so that on completion of studies, they will be equipped with the wide-ranging toolset of knowledge and experience required to successfully integrate into research and development groups within academia and the industry.

The Mechanical Engineering Faculty at the Be'er Sheva campus also offers first degree studies (B.Sc.) with specialization courses in robotics and autonomous systems, product design and energy systems.

Awarded Degree

M.Sc.* (Master of Sciences, Graduate Degree)
*Awarding the degree is subject to H.E.C approval


University Tuition


Be'er Sheva

Duration of Studies

2 years

Start of Studies



Application Requirements (Graduate Studies)

An average B.Sc. score in engineering of 80 and above

Or over five years of relevant industrial/managerial experience, according to the Admission Committee decision

Graduate Program

The second-degree mechanical engineering studies cover two years (four semesters) and include a variety of disciplines. The program focuses on the subjects of: engineering design, robotic systems, production technologies, energy, control and machine learning.

The program will train engineers from various fields with knowledge that enables the use of engineering principles for practical research and development of systems, and for basic rese4arch of physical phenomena. Graduates will be able to conduct applied multi-disciplinary R&D with the ability to apply systemic integration combining environmental and technological matters relating to environmental safety.

The program is conducted in cooperation with the Negev and Soreq Nuclear research Centers.

The program graduates will be able to continue on to advanced (Ph.D.) studies in mechanical engineering, at all the universities in Israel, and become the spearhead of mechanical engineers on the Israeli economy.

*Awarding the degree is subject to H.E.C approval