New technologies such as electric cars or renewable and ecological power supply systems require fundamental research in electrical (energy) engineering. DC grids (used in batteries, hydrogen systems, or to distribute and transport electrical energy), and power electronics are the latest technologies aiming to provide a green and environmentally-friendly energy supply. Introducing SMART technology into our power supply reduces costs as well as increasing reliability and accessibility for the end-consumer. This programme will educate the experts needed to make electrical energy supply sustainable and future-proof. They will be pioneering the future!
This international Master’s degree programme meets the demand of the electrical engineering industry which offers products, systems and services in the field of electrical energy engineering and whose companies deal with the development, production, operation and maintenance of electrical products and systems. Graduates are able to work on technically complex and interdisciplinary assignments. Possible careers could be for example related to products or systems responsible for high voltage installations for energy distribution or as a project manager for (further) developing electrical energy engineering products.
» 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
A-level/high school diploma or equivalent, interest in natural sciences, interest in intercultural team work, English skills at least at B2 level
Mode of application: 30.06.
Application deadline: 30.6.
Dates for admission procedure: after submission
Admission procedure: interview
Begin of studies: winter semester
Info days: Open Day 29.11.2019 / 20.03.2020
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.