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Master academic studies

study programme Electrical and Computer Engineering

1. Basic facts

1. Master academic studies at the School of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade University, last for two semesters and carry 60 ECTS credits. The total number of academic credits required for the degree of master engineer is 300 ECTS, which means that only the candidates who have already earned their bachelor degree of 240 ECTS credits at the School of Electrical Engineering or a similar institution are eligible for this programme.

2. Upon finishing their master studies in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the School of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade, students obtain the academic title Master of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

3. Subjects in master studies carry 30 ECTS credits in total. Each course carries 6 ECTS credits and consists of 5 lessons per week unless specific module rules say otherwise. The remaining 30 ECTS are earned through internship (3 ECTS), research paper (14 ECTS) and master paper (13 ECTS).

4. The administrative procedure related to the choice of courses, registration, writing and defence of the master thesis is defined in the Guide on Master Academic Studies.

5. Each module has a list of courses. The student of that module must select at least three courses from that list, unless stated otherwise in the rules of the module.

6. The remaining two courses can be selected from the list of the same module or any other module, unless stated otherwise in the rules of the module. If the module leader approves, one of those two courses can be replaced by one of the two courses from the category general education, each of which carries 3 ECTS.

7. The offer of elective courses can be reviewed every school year in order to keep pace with developments in the field. The School has the right to decide which courses will be offered at the beginning of each semester, based on the interest of candidates and available resources.

8. Programmes were created for students who have completed bachelor studies at the School of Electrical Engineering. Other candidates may be required to take additional exams depending on the programme of the bachelor studies they completed.

9. The courses that students took during their bachelor studies in addition to the required number of credits cannot be selected again during master academic studies.

2. Internship

Professional internship of minimum 90 hours carries 3 ECTS credits and is an integral and mandatory part of master studies.

The student takes the school document to the company where they do their internship and the company provides written confirmation of internship completion. The student submits this certificate of completion and the worklog to the module leader, who then grades it and registers that the student has completed their internship in the student file of the Student Department.

Internship responsibles for master academic studies

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3. Student research paper

The student research paper carries 14 ECTS and prepares the student for writing their master thesis.

The report on the completed research paper is submitted by the mentor along with the report on review and evaluation of the student's master thesis.

More detailed information is provided in the Guide on Master Academic Studies (article 29)

Example of the Report on Student Research Paper (when submitted separately from the Report on the Review and Evaluation of the Master Thesis)

4. Master dissertation

The final master dissertation is the output of student's independent work which systematizes and applies scientific and professional knowledge to solve specific problems in the field of electrical and computer engineering.

A master dissertation proves the studen's capability to solve problems, originality in their approach, ability to draw appropriate conclusions, and ability to present content to professional public.

More detailed information is provided in the Guide on Master Academic Studies (article 30).

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5.  Requirements for enrollment into specific modules of master academic studies in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the School of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade

When choosing specific modules, candidates may be admitted directly without taking any additional exams, they may be required to take additional exams, or their application may be rejected.

The cndidate who is required to pass additional exams is enrolled conditionally.

The student who is enrolled conditionally can be enrolled only as a self-paying student and has one school year to pass all the additional exams.

After the conditionally enrolled student passes all the additional exams, they are required to pass all their master level exams and defend their master thesis within the following two academic years.

1. Candidates without the bachelor degree from the School of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade

Candidates with a bachelor degree from another school are not granted direct admission to the master studies at the School of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade. After their application and academic record is reviewed, they may be required to take additional exams or their application may be rejected.

2. Candidates with the bachelor degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the School of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade

2.1 Module Audio and Visual Technologies

2.1.1 Candidates with a bachelor degree in Telecommunications and Information Technologies, regardless of the study programme, are admitted direclty without taking additional exams.

2.1.2 Candidates with a bachelor degree other than Telecommunications and Information Technology are admitted directly without additional exams but are required to select master courses in consultation with the module leader.

2.2 Module Biomedical and Ecological Engineering

2.2.1 Candidates with a bachelor degree in Physical Electronics are admitted directly without taking additional exams.

2.2.2 Candidates with a bachelor degree other than Physical Electronics are admitted directly without additional exams but are required to select master courses in consultation with the module leader.

2.3 Module Energy Efficiency

2.3.1 Candidates with a bachelor degree in Power Engineering are admitted directly without taking additional exams.

2.3.2 Candidates with a bachelor degree other than Power Engineering are not admitted directly. After their application and academic record is reviewed, they may be required to take additional exams or their application may be rejected.

2.4 Module Power Systems

2.4.1 Candidates with a bachelor degree in Power Engineering are admitted directly without taking additional exams.

2.4.2 Candidates with a bachelor degree other than Power Engineering are not admitted directly. After their application and academic record is reviewed, they may be required to take additional exams or their application may be rejected.

2.5 Module Electronics and Digital Systems

2.5.1 Candidates with a bachelor degree in Electronics are admitted directly without taking additional exams.

2.5.2 Candidates with a bachelor degree other than Electronics are admitted directly without additional exams but are required to select master courses in consultation with the module leader.

2.6 Module Microwave Engineering

2.6.1 Candidates with a bachelor degree in Telecommunications and Information Technology, regardless of the study programme, are admitted direclty without taking additional exams.

2.6.2 Candidates with a bachelor degree other than Telecommunications and Information Technology are admitted directly without additional exams but are required to select master courses in consultation with the module leader.

2.7 Module Nanoelectronics and Photonics

2.7.1 Candidates with a bachelor degree in Physical Electronics are admitted directly without taking additional exams.

2.7.2 Candidates with a bachelor degree other than Physical Electronics are admitted directly without additional exams but are required to select master courses in consultation with the module leader.

2.8 Module Applied Mathematics

Candidates with a bachelor degree from any module are admitted directly without taking additional exams.

2.9 Module Computer Engineering and Information Technology

2.9.1 Candidates with a bachelor degree in Computer Engineering and Information Technology are admitted directly without taking additional exams.

2.9.2 Candidates with a bachelor degree other than Computer Engineering and Information Technology are admitted directly without additional exams but are required to select master courses in consultation with the module leader.

2.10 Module Signals and Systems

2.10.1 Candidates with a bachelor degree in Signals and Systems are admitted directly without taking additional exams.

2.10.2 Candidates with a bachelor degree other than Signals and Systems are admitted directly without additional exams but are required to select master courses in consultation with the module leader.

2.11 Module Information and Communication Technologies

2.11.1 Candidates with a bachelor degree in Telecommunications and Information Technologies, regardless of the study programme, are admitted direclty without taking additional exams.

2.11.2 Candidates with a bachelor degree other than Telecommunication and Information Technologies are not admitted directly. After their application and academic record is reviewed, they may be required to take additional exams.

2.12 Module Software Engineering

2.12.1 Candidates with a bachelor degree in Computer Engineering and Information Technology are admitted directly without taking additional exams.

2.12.2 Candidates with a bachelor degree other than Computer Engineering and Information Technology are admitted directly without additional exams but are required to select master courses in consultation with the module leader.

3. Candidates with bachelor degree in Software Engineering from the School of Electrical Engineering

3.1 Module Audio and Visual Technologies

Candidates are not admitted directly. After their application and academic record is reviewed, they may be required to take additional exams or their application may be rejected.

3.2 Module Biomedical and Ecological Engineering

Candidates are admitted directly without additional exams but are required to select master courses in consultation with the module leader.

3.3 Module Energy Efficiency

Candidates are not admitted directly. After their application and academic record is reviewed, they may be required to take additional exams or their application may be rejected.

3.4 Module Power Systems

Candidates are not admitted directly. After their application and academic record is reviewed, they may be required to take additional exams or their application may be rejected.

3.5 Module Electronics and Digital Systems

Candidates are not admitted directly. After their application and academic record is reviewed, they may be required to take additional exams or their application may be rejected.

3.6 Module Microwave Engineering

Candidates are not admitted directly. After their application and academic record is reviewed, they may be required to take additional exams or their application may be rejected.

3.7 Module Nanoelectronics and Photonics

Candidates are admitted directly without additional exams but are required to select master courses in consultation with the module leader.

3.8 Module Applied Mathematics

Candidates are admitted directly without any additional exams.

3.9 Module Computer Engineering and Information Technology

Candidates are admitted directly without any additional exams.

3.10 Module Signals and Systems

Candidates are not admitted directly. After their application and academic record is reviewed, they may be required to take additional exams or their application may be rejected.

3.11 Module Information and Communication Technologies

Candidates are not admitted directly. After their application and academic record is reviewed, they may be required to take additional exams or their application may be rejected.

3.12 Module Software Engineering

Candidates are admitted directly without any additional exams.

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