Master of Electrical Engineering
Analyze and design electrical systems, learn about automation, microelectronics, embedded systems, etc.

Master of Electrical Engineering

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To apply for the Master of Electrical Engineering, you should have a Bachelor's or similar degree in a technical course of study, ideally in the field of electrical engineering, power engineering or electronics. However, the exact admission requirements vary from college to college.

The electrical engineering is one of the most important components of modern economic life and is needed for many products of everyday life. In the Masters programme, the general knowledge of the Bachelors / undergraduate degree/ studies will be deepened. You will acquire methodological skills that allow you to analyze and solve even complex problems. Creativity and innovation also play a major role. You will be intensively involved with the analysis and design of electrical systems as well as the economic aspects of engineering in general.

Possible priorities in the Master of Electrical Engineering may be information and communication technology, automation, instrumentation, microelectronics, embedded systems and simulation. The Masters programme usually takes four semesters. If you successfully complete your studies, you will receive a Master of Science.

Your opportunities as an electrical engineer

With a completed Masters degree in Electrical Engineering you have the best prospects in the labor market. Among other things, you can be used in the following areas:

  • Research and teaching
  • Technical consulting
  • Research and development in manufacturing companies
  • Production and sales of technical products
  • Quality management
  • Regulators, such as the ederal network agency
  • Radio, television and internet

The following universities are offering the Masters programme in Electrical Engineering:

    study programmes     universities
comprehensive profile   Master by Research   comprehensive profile   Mid Sweden University
  Elektrotechnik in Teilzeit   comprehensive profile   FH Münster
  Elektrotechnik   comprehensive profile   FH Münster
  Electronic and Electrical Engineering     Anglia Ruskin University
  Electrical and Electronic Engineering     Sheffield Hallam University
  Electrical Power Systems     University of Bath
  Electrical Materials Science     Bangor University
  Electrical and Electronic Engineering     University of Nottingham
  Advanced Electrical Machines, Power Electronics and Drives     University of Sheffield
  Embedded Microelectronics and Wireless Systems     Coventry University London
  Electrical Engineering and Renewable Energy Systems     University of Leeds
  Engineering     University of Cambridge
  Electrical Power Systems with Advanced Research     University of Birmingham
  Sustainable Electrical Power     Brunel University London
  Electronic and Electrical Engineering     Edinburgh Napier University
  Electrical, Electronic and Energy Engineering     Glasgow Caledonian University
  Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Research)     University of Bristol
  Electronic Engineering     University of Hull
  Sustainable Transportation and Electrical Power Systems     University of Nottingham
  Engineering (Electronics)     Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University
  Smart Systems Engineering     Lancaster University
  Electrical Power Engineering     Glasgow Caledonian University
  Electronic and Electrical Engineering     University of Sheffield
  Education and Society     Liverpool John Moores University
  Electrical and Electronic Engineering     Plymouth University
  Engineering and Tribology     Anglia Ruskin University
  Electrical Engineering     Staffordshire University
  Electronic and Electrical Engineering     Loughborough University
  Electrical Power Engineering with Business     University of Strathclyde
  Electrical Engineering     University of Nottingham
  Electronic Engineering (Master of Engineering)     University of Essex
  Electrical Power Engineering     Northumbria University
  Electrical and Electronic Engineering (MRes)     University of Nottingham
  Engineering Project Management     University of Leeds
  Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Entrepreneurship     University of Nottingham
  Wireless Systems     University of Hull
  Electrical Power and Energy Systems with Advanced Practice     Teesside University
  Engineering Science     University of Oxford
  Electrical Power Systems     University of Birmingham
  Electronics & Electrical Engineering     University of Glasgow
  ...     ...

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