Half of the course credits are obtained in a second institution of the consortium and a double degree is awarded upon successful completion of the program.
The language of instruction is English and the program includes local language courses up to 6 ECTS per academic year. Admission is restricted to 40 students.
This Erasmus Mundus Master’s programme has three 15-week semesters in which students take courses. An additional fourth semester is devoted to the completion of the Master Thesis.
The program is research oriented, as thus concentrates on the development of research skills.
Graduates of the course may want to pursue careers in a research institution by completing a PhD, joining industrial R+D departments or perhaps starting a technology spin-off company.
Therefore, strong emphasis is placed during the Master’s course on the student’s personal work programme, which is focused on developing research skills.
All students should have completed a bachelor’s degree related to Electrical Engineering or related field.
For more information and scholarship applications, see: Master Scholarships in Information and Communication Technologies