Master's Degree Programme in Electrical Engineering and Audio Engineering

The Master's degree programme in Electrical Engineering and Audio Engineering is a shining example of quality thanks to the way it uniquely combines the highest technical competence with musical sensitivity. This degree covers all the bases: It qualifies you to develop voice controls and computer sounds, to set up acoustic equipment in concert halls of all sizes, to optimize recording and playback systems, to design the sound of the next generation of cars and to apply multimedia sculptures in the field of art.

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Key data

The Master's degree programme in Electrical Engineering and Audio Engineering bridges the gap between technology and art. Early on in your studies, you complete compulsory subjects in the fields of electrical engineering and information technology, as well as in acoustics and computer music. Along the way, you become familiar with control engineering and adaptive systems. You will also gain specialized knowledge of technical acoustics, immersive 3D audio technology and computer music, among other things.

From the first semester and on, you choose one out of four areas to specialize in and broaden your knowledge by taking lectures and completing exercises in the other three specialization areas. Some of the courses are held in English in order to give you the possibility to pursue an international career.





Duration of studies

120 points   4 semesters




Dipl.-Ing. oder DI (equivalent to the MSc.)   German

Career opportunities

As a graduate of the master's degree programme, you can take advantage of an impressive range of career opportunities. Wherever new media technology meets art, electrical engineering audio engineers can be found in the business world:

  • as developers of studio, live-recording and hi-fi equipment.
  • as acousticians in the automotive industry, noise abatement, room acoustics, the design of measurement applications and psychoacoustic test series, industrial sound design and the development of hearing aids.
  • as signal processing specialists for communication technologies, speech and audio processing algorithms.
  • in the field of multimedia sound design and music production, as broadcast and sound engineers or in the development of audio applications.

Still questions?

Further information on the Master's degree programme in Electrical Engineering and Audio Engineering can be found on the study programmes page of the TU Graz.

If you have any questions about your studies, you can also contact us directly. We are very pleased about your interest and will be happy to answer your questions.


Astrid Pessler

Dean's Office of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
Inffeldgasse 18/GF, 8010 Graz
Tel.: +43 (0) 316 873 - 7109

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