Master in Electrical, Electronic, Communication and Control Technology
Taught in English
The Master’s Degree Programme at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication can be registered by those applicants who have completed a tertiary study (hold a Bachelor's degree diploma or a higher-degree diploma - referred to as diploma in the following text) and have met entrance examination requirements. Entrance examinations are held once a year.
The studies in English language in a given academic year can be opened provided that there are at least 10 applicants in the area of the studies. The following study specializations (branches) are available for the academic year of 2013/2014:
- Biomedical and Ecologic Engineering
- Cybernetics, Control and Measurement
- Power Electrical and Electronic Engineering
- Electrical Manufacturing and Management
- Electrical Power Systems
- Electronics and Communication
- Telecommunication and Informatics
All applicants are required to submit the study application form electronically. The non-refundable administrative fee covering the costs associated with admission procedures is stipulated through a corresponding directive of the Rector.
The application should include
- a copy of the BSc. or BEng. Degree ,
- a transcript of courses completed for a bachelor program,
- a certificate of recognition of higher education and qualifications acquired abroad.
These supplements must be delivered to the study department of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication not later than one week after the application has been submitted. The properly filled application form must be delivered to the address of the faculty.
All applicants are required to sit the entrance examination on the date and time that will be announced to them in writing at least a month before the examination.
Applicants who are able to prove a sufficient level both of English language proficiency (IELTS or TOEFL certificate) and general knowledge (GRE test or equivalent) can be exempted from the entrance examination. The examination contains questions covering selected areas. Topics and contents are determined by the Study Programme Council.
After the entrance examination and evaluation of applicants' works the results are published at the faculty website. The written decision on admission will be delivered to the candidates within due time.