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Master studies

Duration of studies

Master degree studies last for two semesters and carry 60 ECTS credits. Courses and Master's thesis carry 30 ECTS credits each.

Modules

  • Audio and Visual Technologies
  • Biomedical and Eco Engineering
  • Power Converters 
  • Power Systems
  • Electronics
  • Microwave Engineering
  • Nanoelectronics, Optoelectronics and Laser Technology
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Computer Science and Information Technology
  • Signals and Systems
  • System Engineering and Radio Communications
  • Software Engineering

Courses 

Each course carries 6 ECTS credits and there are usually five classes per week in each subject. There is a set list of courses in each study module. There are three compulsory courses in each module and students can choose the rest of the courses from either the same module or another module. There is also an possibility for students to take two courses from the field of humanities instead of one elective course, since these courses carry 3 ECTS credits.

Master's thesis

A Master's thesis is the output of student's independent work through which the student applies and systematises acquired knowledge to solve problems in the field of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The thesis should demonstrate the following competences: problem-solving, originality in the approach, ability to draw conclusions, and ability to adequatly present work results.

Academic title

Upon completion of their Master study programme students obtain a Master in Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering degree.

Enrollment criteria

Enrollment criteria depend on the module and student's Bachelor's degree. 

Students who do not hold a a Bachelor's degree from the School of Electrical Engineering submit their applications for consideration. In some cases they are asked to take additional exams.

The following modules accept all candidates with a Bachelor's degree from the School of Electrical Engineering:

  • Biomedical and Eco Engineering
  • Nanoelectronics, Optoelectronics and Laser Engineering
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Computer Science and Information Technology
  • Software Engineering

The following modules accept candidates with a Bachelor's degree from the School of Electrical Engineering who opted for the corresponding module in undergraduate studies:

  • Audio and Visual Technologies
  • Power Converters 
  • Power Systems
  • Electronics
  • Microwave Engineering
  • Signals and Systems
  • System Engineering and Radio Communications
  • directly in the Master's degree which corresponds to their 

If a student wishes to do their Master's from a module different from the one they did for their Bachelor studies, they can apply for a new module. However, they are not automatically given a spot, but their application is considered and they may be asked to take additional exams.

 

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