MSc in Electrical Engineering

Program overview

The Master program in Electrical and Electronics Engineering responds to the growing needs of four highly interconnected sectors of science and technology, namely:

Our program offers 7 specializations around these domains and has been designed with flexibility in mind, and aims at producing highly competitive researchers and professionals in Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

In addition to attending regular lectures offered by our internationally recognized professors, students participate in various laboratories and group projects. The Master program in Electrical and Electronics Engineering covers both theoretical foundations and practical aspects of the discipline.

Students will be prepared for a wide variety of professions in electronics (micro, nano, RF, VLSI), telecommunications (RF and antenna engineering, photonics, signal and image processing and analysis, multimedia communications, Internet of Things (IoT), data science) electrical energy (smart grids technologies, mechatronics, power electronics and systems, electric drives, efficient conversion and storage, renewable energies), biomedical instruments and space applications and technologies. Our Master’s degree is an excellent preparation for both research at the PhD level and professional activities in top-notch industries and technology companies.

Who should apply

The Masters program in Electrical and Electronics Engineering is open to candidates with a Bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Telecommunications, Computer Science, Physics, Mechanical Engineering, Micro Engineering, or any related field from a recognized university. The recruitment of international MS students is done on a merit basis.

Possible scholarships

Excellence scholarship for international students : the very best students are granted an excellence scholarship.

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