Applied

Applied Electrical Engineering

Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)

The applied study programme in Electrical Engineering runs over three semesters and begins with a two-semester in-depth study in the specializations of either communications technology, process automisation or energy systems. You will have the opportunity to actively work on current research projects at the university or in partner institutes whilst also completing the general modules in theoretical electrical engineering and learning the fundamentals of project management. With the master’s thesis in the third semester you will complete the highest level of the qualification.

Professional Fields of Activity

Work in regional and national companies in the electronics industry, in the fields of microsystems and microelectronics and communications technology, communications and energy technology, work in research and technology development or sales

Work in the field of design and planning, sales and production, maintenance and commissioning of energy plants, with potential for leadership roles Work in the public sector, in teaching, research and administration As a scientific staff member of a University with a view to obtaining a doctorate

Applications and Admissions

Admissions Requirements

  • Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering discipline or an equivalent degree, e.g.; in Biomedical Engineering with 210 CP
  • Possible: Bachelor’s degree with 180 CP plus individual additional modules to obtain the missing 30 CP