One of the leading trends today is the shift towards environmentally friendly electrical energy supply. This has created the need to develop systems for renewable energy utilisation, and as a result, our current energy systems have to be adapted in order to optimise the distribution, storage, and application of renewable energy. This requires innovation, new products and technologies, and with that, young, motivated engineers who can support this international trend. With our programme, you can be at the forefront of electrical energy innovation. This programme is focused on the design and production of devices for modern electrical power supply and power applications. This covers components for smart grids, renewable energy utilisation, and electrical cars. The aim of the Electrical Engineering programme is to develop individuals who will be able to meet the demands of international electrical energy engineering. Our programme is highly practical and incorporates an international internship as well as an exchange semester with one of our worldwide partner universities.
» Electromagnetic Fields in Multiphysics Systems
» Power Electronics, Control & Measurement Engineering
» High Voltage Engineering
» Digitalization of Electric Grids
» Energy Markets & Energy Law, Financing
» International Management and Development
» Social Competence: International, Negotiations
Completed Bachelor’s degree (180 ECTS or equivalent) in Electrical Engineering
Application deadline: Online or in writing by 30 June
Dates for admission procedure: after the closing dates for applications
Admission procedure: interview
Begin of studies: winter semester
Info days: Open Day 22.03.2019 / Info-Day 29.11.2019
Tuition fees: For students from EU and EEA countries: EUR 363.36 per semester + ÖH (Austrian Student Union) contribution For students from non-member states: EUR 726.72 per semester + ÖH (Austrian Student Union) contribution. Merit-based scholarships are available.
Work placement: Work Placement/Internship: Min. 10 week project in industry or a research organisation