This Master's degree programme takes into account the wide range and innovative potential of electrical engineering as well as the rapid changes that are taking place in the professional field. In addition to factual knowledge, you will learn how to apply scientific methods that you will later use to systematically develop innovative solutions in your profession.
You will learn about different application areas for electrical engineering systems, e.g. power plants and energy supply, electromobility, communication networks and industrial systems. In all of these areas, you will analyse problems and come up with innovative solutions. You will be expected to lead project groups and conduct technical discussions in German and English.
The degree programme also forms a good foundation for working in interdisciplinary teams. The expression of team spirit is already encouraged at the institute. Electrical engineering is a degree programme that thrives on intensive exchange, whether this takes place in the well-equipped laboratories, in the canteen, or in the Dynamo Engineering Drawing Studio or the High-Voltage Drawing Studio.
Curriculum (in German)
The field of electrical engineering is broad and full of possibilities. You are free to choose the subfield that you want to specialize in. From the 1st semester and on, you can choose one out of the four in-depth specializations in electrical engineering:
In your specialization subject, you complete an equal number of compulsory modules and free-choice subject modules. Lectures and laboratory exercises enable you to gain in-depth theoretical and practical subject knowledge. Many of the courses are held in English in order to give you the possibility to pursue an international career.
In the 4th semester, you will focus on your master's thesis. Normally, you will work on an application-related topic that will pave the way for your future career.
In the Master's degree programme, students can set individual priorities and learn a great deal more about the subfields of electrical engineering.
You’ve moved beyond the basics and the general lectures, and these are now replaced by truly practice-oriented subjects. For the most part, you can choose these yourself.
I can definitely recommend this degree programme to those who enjoy designing their own small, technical,home-grown projectsand want to pep these up a professional level.
Students at TU Graz have access to an excellent technical infrastructure. This includes:
Graduates of the Bachelor’s Degree Programme in Electrical Engineering at TU Graz are admitted without needing to fulfil further requirements.
Graduates of other bachelor's degree programmes can obtain information and apply for admission by contacting studienservicenoSpam@tugraz.at.
Our world is undergoing rapid technological change. In the Master's degree programme in Electrical Engineering, you will receive an education that enables you to shape the future developments. This programme places a focus on:
As a programme graduate, you will conduct research and develop applications in all areas of electrical engineering and information technology. You can work