Digital technology has revolutionised our civilisation. The study programme in electronics targets principally the development of the technologies related to it. At the end of their training, electrical engineers can leverage their knowledge and their understanding of fundamental principles of electricity, electronics and computer science in order to capture, analyse, transform and transmit information and energy.
The 1st year has a common programme, and features compulsory courses in electronics, computer science and electricity. The 2nd year includes the production of a final project. You can choose from 3 types of masters
Master with Research Focus
- This master includes a large selection of optional courses (for a total of 30 credits) in order to complete the training on the final project. Courses cover highly specialised technical fields such as digital image processing, optoelectronics, high-sensitivity instruments, the effects of electromagnetic fields, biological system modelling, microsystems, electrical network analysis... Students also have the opportunity to do an internship in a company (30 days - 10 credits) in order to acquire an industrial experience that compements the academic training.
Master with Professional Focus in Management
Master with Professional Focus in Sustainable car technologies
Prospects are available in important economic areas such as robotics, telecommunications, rational use of electricity, audio and video applications... Innovative products coming from the electronics industry allow graduates to seek employment in the field of research and development, production management, marketing, maintenance, inspection, expertise, general management and fundamental research. They can also create their own business.
For a general overview of the career paths connected to civil engineering studies, consult in addition the site http://www.ingenieur-metiers.be
Last updated June 14, 2016