Electrical and Electronic Systems (Masters)

  • Kopfbild_EuES_M.png (266 Kibytes)

Almost no other technology is developing as quickly and innovatively as electric and electronic systems. Electric and electronic components, which can be intelligently linked to each other, require the latest developments in automotive electronics, energy technology, or information and communication technology. There are also extra challenges such as functionality and ensuring the reliability of these systems despite having heavy demands placed on them. The course focuses on providing specialist subject knowledge in the following areas: complete system procedures of modern electric and electronic concepts; robustness and safety; intelligent energy storage systems; systems for Virtual Reality and/or smart glasses.

You will have the opportunity to take part in scientific projects or in one of our exciting student projects (e.g. part of the racing team or our autonomous driving team, “S.A.D.I.” team). Both practical knowledge as well as research relevant training will provide you with good career prospects following your degree, and/or will allow you to progress to a PHD.

degree Master of Science (M.Sc.)
type of programme full-time programme or part-time programme , consecutive
semester start winter and summer semester
no. of semesters / ECTS-Credits 3 semester / 90 ECTS (part-time study: 6 semester / 90 ECTS)
admission requirements
  • A Bachelor or German Diplom degree or equivalent international qualification in the field of electrical engineering or in a comparable subject area (e.g. natural sciences or engineering)
  • Applicant are required to have a minimum of 210 ECTS points
  • Applicants who have achieved a degree with fewer than 210 ECTS points are able to take a preliminary semester to obtain the necessary 30 ECTS points.
  • Required language skills for non-native speakers: German B2
admission restriction no restricted entry
tuition fees no tuition fees