System Test Engineering

  • MSc
  • Part-time
  • English
  • 4 Semester
  • Graz
  • 20 Places
Application period
from 02.10.2023

System Test Engineering - Study track of the Master degree programme in Electronics and Computer Engineering*

Our excellent training for the electronics and electrical engineering industry offers plenty of practical experience, state-of-the-art equipment, and close cooperation with industry. Learn all about test strategies, software development for automated testing, data analysis and machine learning for a successful future career. Our graduates are responsible for quality-assured development of high-tech products in the electronics and automotive industries.

Key subject areas

AI. Machine learning and data analysis.

You will deepen your understanding of statistical methods and data analysis in order to develop data-driven solutions for a variety of applications. You will learn to understand and apply advanced machine learning techniques and algorithms to extract patterns and insights from large datasets.

Innovative. Automated testing.

You will gain in-depth knowledge of specific software tools and programming languages so that you can develop and apply automated tests for high-tech products. These skills will allow you to improve quality assurance in the high-tech industry and help bring innovative products to market faster.

Reliable. Automotive testing.

Intensive testing of electronic systems in the automotive industry is crucial to guarantee vehicle safety. You will learn to understand electronic assistance systems such as emergency braking systems, lane departure warning systems and autonomous driving systems, and to develop test systems to ensure their reliability.

High-tech. Chip manufacturing.

In high-tech chip manufacturing, efficient testing processes are essential for reliably producing high-quality integrated circuits. Students learn how to develop and apply efficient test procedures for the chip industry, and how to integrate appropriate test structures on the chip. Special laboratories equipped with chip testers are available for this purpose.

* Subject to Approval by the Relevant Bodies

Entry requirements

Applicants must have a degree in a STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) subject with 180 ECTS credits. They must provide evidence of at least 30 ECTS credits in electronics and computer science.


Application mode:
Online Application

Application time:

Admission procedure:
Application, subject specific text and admission interview

Start of studies:

Study information days:
Open House: https://www.fh-joanneum.at/en/university/events/open-house/

Tuition fee:
no tuition fees for students from the EU, EEA and Switzerland

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