Degree awarded:Master of Science in Engineering (MSc)
Language of studies:English
Tuition fee:No tuition fee if the student is studying with full study load. If student fails to study with full study load then the price of 1 ECTS is 48 EUR.
Pre-requisites:Bachelor’s degree in electronic, communicative, electrical or computer engineering, computer science in hardware, applied physics, biomedical engineering or mechatronics or a diploma from a polytechnic-type institution of higher education in the same or a related field plus a CV and motivation letter
*The tuition fees are based on 2015-2016 ECTS prices
This programme aims to provide students with knowledge and skills in the key aspects of communication, semiconductor, medical and embedded electronics. Students can specialise in the main branch of the curriculum (embedded electronics and communication) supported by minor specialisations in semiconductor or medical electronics or a combination of both. The programme is supported by the ELIKO Competence Centre and the CEBE Centre of Excellence.
The programme is delivered by the faculty of Information Technology and governed by the Department of Electronics. There will be guest lecturers from the industry like NSC Estonia, and hospitals as well. The programme is supported by the Competence Centre ELIKO and Centre of Excellence CEBE.
- Develops high-level skills in aspects of semiconductor, medical and embedded electronics and communication technology
- Telecommunications and bionics
- Chance to take part in significant research projects (e.g. implantable devices for cardiac monitors, sensors and monitors for transplanted organs and tissues)
- Teaching staff are specialists in the field who are involved in key research projects
- Guest lecturers from the industry
- Enhances and broadens career opportunities in the rapidly changing communicative electronics industry
The programme will provide the specialist knowledge and skills needed for a career leading to high-end technical or technology roles in communicative electronics (e.g. development engineer or researcher). There are broad-ranging future research options for system solutions in the areas of biomedical engineering and low-power electronic systems and lab-on-chip solutions.
Please pay attention as this programme you are applying for, has prerequisites:
- Motivation letter 1-2 A4 pages (It should include: previous working and studying experiences; Why you are interested in Communicative Electronics? What kind of job you wish to have after graduating?).
- CV - working experience benefits.
- Bachelor’s degree in the following fields: electronic, communicative, electrical, or computer engineering; computer science in hardware; applied physics; biomedical engineering; mechatronics; or Diploma of Polytechnic-type higher educational institutions in the same or related field.
EU, Turkey, Georgia, Russia, Ukraine (and students who do not need a visa to enter Estonia )
** Information on application process can be found here: http://www.ttu.ee/admission
Last updated April 4, 2016