Diplom-Ingenieur(Dipl.Ing. or DI), equivalent to the Master of Science (MSc)
Curriculum (in German)
What I like about the master's programme, besides the subject matter, is the good communication with the teachers and individual supervision. There are also many opportunities to study abroad. I can warmly recommend the course to anyone who wants to work with signal processing or acoustics.
Please submit the transcript of records of your bachelor’s degree and certificates demonstrating your existing level of musical/artistic education to the KUG Registration Office by 30 June.
After that you will be invited to an interview in which we will decide what supplementary courses you may need to take, and whether you have to sit the entrance examination in September.
12 July to 30 November 2021
10 January to 30 April 2022
Graduates of the master’s programme Electrical Engineering and Audio Engineering work in the following areas:
The degree programme in Electrical Engineering and Audio Engineering is a unique, inter-university combination of technology and music, which offers a multifaceted foundation for a diversified professional field. The enthusiasm for my field of study has carried me through all my studies and encouraged me to get involved in professional associations like the AES and in the students’ high-voltage drawing room.
After completing several internships at companies that specialised in the fields of loudspeaker construction, signal processing and voice communication and graduating with my degree, I joined the Acoustics Research Institute at the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna.
This is a joint degree programme of TU Graz and the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz.
Students of the programme choose one of the universities as their home university where they enrol as a regular student and where they will be awarded their degree. Students take courses at both universities.
*NAWI Graz degree programme