Master's Degree Programme Electrical Engineering and Business

Climate neutrality, renewable energy, efficient energy systems, digitalisation, etc.: In the Master's Degree Programme in Electrical Engineering and Business, everything revolves around the topic of applied sustainability. You will expand your knowledge of electrical engineering methods and acquire specialised business knowledge that enables you ­to actively shape the world of the future.

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Key data

The programme in Electrical Engineering and Business builds on the knowledge you have acquired in the fields of high-voltage and electrical systems engineering. Get ready to address highly topical issues of the future!

  • How do you model and optimise highly renewable energy systems that are undergoing continual change while still complying with techno-economic framework conditions?
  • How should future electricity markets be designed to ensure economic efficiency, the security of supply, and sustainability?
  • How can sector coupling, energy storage, electromobility, and smart information and communication technologies help us to achieve climate neutrality?
  • How can the existing electrical infrastructure be used for a longer period of time and more efficiently by applying innovative methods?





Duration of study

120 points   4 semesters




Dipl.-Ing. or DI (equivalent to MSc.)   German

Career opportunities

Climate change, sustainable energy production and the digital transformation are central challenges facing science, business and society. Thanks to your interdisciplinary education, graduates of this degree programme can successfully solve complex technical-economic problems.

  • You conduct research and develop applications that are used in the entire field of electrical engineering.
  • You plan technical projects from a business perspective.
  • You provide consulting for companies on the economic, technical and social aspects of electrical engineering.
  • You lead project groups and organizational units in areas of business and administration.
  • You consider the technical and economic, social and ecological effects of your decisions.

As a construction manager in the field of electrical engineering, you work in the electricity industry, the electrotechnical and energy-intensive industry, the communications industry, in software development companies, electronics industries, or as an independent entrepreneur.

Still Questions?

Further information on the Masters's degree programme in Electrical Engineering and Business 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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