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A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.

The need of electrical engineers is never ending in this world, therefore, all the professionals who belong to this field have good careers, and they make good money. Hence, Masters in Electrical Engineering is a very popular degree program.

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Master of Engineering Science in Electronic & Computer Engineering

UCD College of Engineering and Architecture
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Ireland Dublin

The MEngSc in Electronic & Computer Engineering is a year-long programme designed to provide training for engineers who wish to work at a high level in the electronic and computer sectors worldwide. [+]

Masters in Electrical Engineering in Europe 2017. MEngSc Electronic & Computer Engineering Graduate Taught (level 9 nfq, credits 90) The MEngSc in Electronic & Computer Engineering is a year-long programme designed to provide training for engineers who wish to work at a high level in the electronic and computer sectors worldwide. You will develop an advanced understanding of the theory and technology of modern electronic and computer systems and their business environment. You will build your knowledge through taught modules and project work and you will learn about design, innovation and problem solving at a level significantly beyond that of your primary degree. Delivered by a highly research active School holding 101-150 in the QS World Subject Rankings, this masters provides intensive training to up-skill students to meet the needs of the growing Irish ICT sector. The balance of the programme between theory and practice will provide you with an excellent basis to work as an engineer in many different types of industry Who should apply? Full Time option suitable for: Domestic(EEA) applicants: Yes International (Non EEA) applicants currently residing outside of the EEA Region. Yes This programme is aimed at graduates with an honours Bachelor's (first cycle) degree in electronic engineering or a closely related discipline. Course Description The electronic and computer sectors continue to change the way we live, and drive a significant fraction of the world economy. This comes about through constant innovation, led by creative people with a strong understanding of the fundamentals of their field. This programme will help you to join in this success. Career Opportunities The ICT sector responsible for approx. 25% of Ireland’s total turnover and this sector is a thriving and growing industry with 9 out of the top 10 global ICT companies maintaining a presence in Ireland and the job opportunities in this sector are exemplary. The government has an ongoing commitment to generate thousands of jobs in the ICT sector every year and at present there are as many as 5,000 job vacancies in Ireland's burgeoning ICT sector and this gap could grow as Ireland hurtles towards becoming the digital capital of Europe. Prospective employers include: Accenture, Analog Devices, Intel, Microsoft, SAP, Synopsys and Xilinx. Fees, Funding and Scholarships MEngSc Electronic & Computer Engineering (T257) Full Time EU fee per year - € 7490 nonEU fee per year - € 23800 ***Fees are subject to change Tuition fee information is available on the UCD Fees website. Please note that UCD offers a number of graduate scholarships for full-time, self-funding international students, holding an offer of a place on a UCD graduate degree programme. For further information please see International Scholarships. Entry Requirements A 4-year bachelors degree with a minimum upper second class honours (NFQ level 8) or international equivalence in a relevant Engineering programme. Applicants whose first language is not English must also demonstrate English language proficiency of IELTS 6.5 (no band less than 6.0 in each element), or equivalent. Testimonial Graduate Profile Sudharsan Rajasekaran I was working as an assistant software engineer in India, having obtained my bachelor degree in electronic engineering. I had a thirst to further my education in technology engineering and as such, I started searching for a Masters level education choosing to do the MEngSc Electronic and Computer engineering at UCD. During my course I was taught with problems that industries are currently facing, making it incredibly relevant. The course was quite brilliantly structured between hardware (Electronics) and software (Computer Science), designed in a way to learn by practice, offering me the confidence to face today’s industrial demands. The course also offered a module on entrepreneurship which I believe to be incredibly important for my future Engineering career. Right now I am working alongside leading researchers for my master’s project which is guiding me on the right career path and I truly believe that I will be one among tomorrow's Industrial leader’s. *Courses will remain open until such time as all places have been filled, therefore early application is advised [-]

Master in Electrical Engineering

University of Mons
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Belgium Mons

The main objective of the curriculum is to offer a good foundation in electrical sciences. All core courses dedicated to electrical students cover all the fields of electrical engineering such as electrical machines, electronics (including power electronics) and microprocessor systems [+]

The main objective of the curriculum is to offer a good foundation in electrical sciences. All core courses dedicated to electrical students cover all the fields of electrical engineering such as electrical machines, electronics (including power electronics) and microprocessor systems, automatic control, telecommunications, signals processing, computer networks, multimedia, embedded systems, advanced process control, robotics, bio-engineering, numerical analysis, high voltage networks, ... Profile of the programme Besides the core courses, the curriculum gives opportunities to develop personal work through projects, in particular with the Master thesis and other various projects within the framework of the two-year master's curriculum. These projects are for electrical engineering students the opportunity to perform all steps of the design of practical electrical systems, such as, for example (not exhaustive list): ADSL modems, GSM or MP3 codecs, industrial sorting system controls, camera memory card readers, identification of bioprocess models, electric vehicles, … Moreover, the electrical division offers students the opportunity to do their Master thesis abroad within the framework of student exchange programmes (ERASMUS) between the academic staff and a large number of universities or engineering schools all over the world (University of Stuttgart, University Laval in Quebec, University of Montreal, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Institute of Technology at Linköping, University of Edinburgh, Ecole Nationale des Telecommunications de Paris, etc..). In particular, thanks to its membership of the TIME (Top Industrial Managers for Europe) network, the FPMs makes it possible for some students to get a double Master's degree with other institutions involved in the network (Supélec in Paris and Metz, Ecole Centrale de Lille, Politecnico di Milano, etc.). Finally, the third objective of the curriculum is to offer a specialization domain chosen among three focuses: Multimedia and Telecommunications (related to the FPMS NTIC cluster) has close links with the research centre MULTITEL, founded by the FPMs in 1999, which is known as a worldwide centre of excellence in the field of signal processing, information technology, and telecommunications. Students have the option of carrying out their Master thesis in collaboration with MULTITEL researchers with whom they also have privileged contacts in the framework of specialized courses. Biosystems Engineering (related to the UMONS BIOSYS cluster), makes links between process modeling & control, signal processing, and life science engineering . This specialism allows to provide electrical engineers with a solid background, not only in industrial process automation, but also in biological systems modeling and biomedical signal processing. Energy & Electricity (related to the FPMS ENERGY cluster) focuses on current key issues in the specialization field, such as renewable energies, the liberalization of the electricity market, transport… Moreover, it offers the opportunity of carrying out a major corporate study in collaboration with industry. This work aims to provide results directly usable by the associated companies. The courses in "Multimedia and Telecommunications" and "Biosystems Engineering" are taught in English, and the examination is done either in English or in French, according to the student’s preference. Key learning outcomes By the end of their programme in Engineering Sciences, the master graduates will be able to: Demonstrate expertise and versatility in the sciences and technology Formulate and analyse complex problems Adopt an applied scientific approach Innovate Implement solutions Plan and carry out projects in engineering Work in and lead a team Master scientific and technical communication Practice interpersonal communication appropriate to each context Be a critical, reflexive and independent professional Be a responsible person, in step with the stakes of society By the end of this specific course programme, the students will be able to: Resolve complex issues related to all aspects of the use of electricity as power support and / or information support. Develop and apply methodologies and cutting edge technologies for efficient design and implementation of solutions to problems For the focuses, Solve complex problems more specialized in one or more areas: electronics, microelectronics, information technology (hardware and software), telecommunications, telematics, .. (Multimedia and telecommunications focus) automation, robotics, environmental systems and biotechnologies, biomedical engineering (biosignals), .. (Biosystems Engineering focus ) generation, transportation and distribution of electric energy, power electronics, electrical machines, .. (Energy & Electricity focus) Occupational profiles Inheriting from 200 years of technological developments stemming from the “magic of light”, electrical engineers have been assigned a wide variety of missions. A closer look at the various positions occupied by the electrical engineers of our Faculty reveals a great diversity of functions : in research offices, research labs, in the service sector (banks, insurance companies, etc.), in education (in Belgium and abroad), in the public sector, in supervising committees, transportation, telecommunications (telephony, broadcasting, satellites, fiber optics , wireless, multimedia, networks), in the production and transportation of energy, in electrical and mechanical engineering, …. From the giant electric power station to transoceanic photonic data links, via the microprocessor, the electrical engineer is required to study all aspects of the operation of electricity: Design and delivery of electrical power networks, telecommunication satellites, fiber optic cables for intercontinental data links; man-machine interfaces, such as speech recognition; modeling and automation of industrial processes; Design and production of microelectronic circuits; Development of renewable energies; Development of still growing scope of microprocessors; Activities in the biomedical field, where the electrical engineer is a true partner of the doctor; Business computerization and telematic networks (Internet, Intranet and fast networks). Access to further studies The Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering can lead to postgraduate studies in order to specialize, do further training or research: either by completing another Engineering Master’s degree, at the University of Mons or any other European university, e.g. in Quality Control and Management, Industrial Risks and Operational Safety, Transportation Management, Master in Business Administration, etc. or by conducting a PhD thesis in engineering sciences possibly with the support of research clusters of the Faculty and the University of Mons. Mode of study: Full time [-]

Master of Electronic and Electric Engineering

Klaipeda University
Campus Full time 2 semesters September 2017 Lithuania Klaipeda

Master in Electrical Engineering of Electrical Equipment and Automation in Industry has: a grasp of the essential principles of electrical engineering the ability to apply basic engineering principles and analytical techniques to problem formulation and solution, understanding of the engineering design process, at both the conceptual and detail levels a familiarity with the key factors in the business... [+]

Masters in Electrical Engineering in Europe 2017. Master of Electronic and Electric Engineering Master in Electrical Engineering of Electrical Equipment and Automation in Industry has: a grasp of the essential principles of electrical engineering the ability to apply basic engineering principles and analytical techniques to problem formulation and solution, understanding of the engineering design process, at both the conceptual and detail levels a familiarity with the key factors in the business environment such as marketing skills, financial awareness and investment appraisal and a range of transferable skills including communication, numeric use of information technology, project management and team working. Master in Electrical Engineering of Electrical Equipment and Automation in Industry has: a grasp of the essential principles of electrical engineering the ability to apply basic engineering principles and analytical techniques to problem formulation and solution, understanding of the engineering design process, at both the conceptual and detail levels a familiarity with the key factors ine the business environment such as marketing skills, financial awareness and investment appraisal and a range of transferable skills including communication, numeric use of information technology, project management and team working. Access to the third cycle studies. Graduates of Electrical Engineering Master get aquired qualification that gives the right to work as a leading specialist in designing of electric motors and drives as well as in light industry, energetic transport and other companies. There is an opportunity to work at scientific research laboratories, private business. Key learning outcomes Knowledge and Understanding A1 An in- depth knowledge and understanding of technology science electronics and electrical engineering principles; A2 Critical understanding of technology science electronics and electrical engineering course Engineering Analysis B1 The ability to solve unknown, not fully defined problems and tasks, applying known methods; B2 To be able to formulate and solve problems in new and emerging fields of specialization. B3 To be able to apply their knowledge and understanding of conceptualization of electronics and electrical engineering models, systems and processes. B4 To be able to use innovative methods for solving electronics and electrical engineering problems Engineering Design C1 An ability to use electrical engineering knowledge and understanding to design solutions for unfamiliar problems, possibly involving other disciplines; C2 An ability to create new, original ideas and methods of electronics and electrical engineering discipline; C3 An ability to use their engineering knowledge and judgment to work with complex, technically uncertain and incomplete information Investigations D1 To be able to define, locate and obtain required data; D2 To be able to plan and carry out the necessary analytical, simulation and experimental research in electronics and electrical engineering discipline; D3 To be able to critically evaluate data and draw conclusions; D4 The ability to explore the application of new and emerging technologies of electronics and electrical engineering science technology field; Engineering Practice E1 The ability to integrate knowledge of different fields and manage complexity; E2 A comprehensive understanding of applicable techniques, methods and their shortcomings in electronics and electrical engineering; E3 To know about the ethical, environmental and commercial engineering activity limitations; Transferable Skills F1 To be able to be a team leader, that may consist of a variety of disciplines and levels of representatives; F2 Meet the requirements of the First Cycle electrical engineering graduates, required for the Second Cycle level; F3 Work and communicate effectively in national and international context; Occupational profiles of graduates with examples Graduates of Electronic and Electric engineering master programme can successfully work as electrical engineering specialists and administrators, electronic engineering specialists, electromechanical engineers, technicians, safety engineers, maintenance and repair organization engineers, technology engineers, electricians, engineers, etc. Examination regulations, assessment and grading The University applies cumulative grading in order to ensure objective evaluation, active students’ participation during the semester and their ability to apply theoretical knowledge in practice. Cumulative grading final evaluation consists of interim course assignments (test, individual work, paper, laboratory work defence, and etc.) and final exam grades. If the student fails the interim course assignments and does not make to transition grade−minimal grade of determined interim course assessments−he is not allowed to take the final exam. Each study programme is completed by defending final thesis (project) and (or) taking final exams. Graduation requirements Undergraduate and master student’s knowledge, skills and abilities, indicated in the study programme description, are examined and evaluated during the public defence of his Final thesis. Final thesis by its nature can be scientific research or scientific-applied. Final thesis is analytical work based on independent scientific or applied research. A Bachelor’s thesis comprises 12 credits; Master’s thesis comprises 30 credits in the study programme of 120 credits or 24 credits in the study programme of 90 credits. Final thesis and its defence is to demonstrate student’s creativity and the ability to critically evaluate theoretical and practical innovations, as well as others’ previously carried out researches and their results; to indicate student’s knowledge in social and commercial environment, legislation, and financial capacity; to show information sourcing and its qualified analysis skills, computational methods and specialized software and general-purpose information technologies using skills, as well as the ability to clearly and correctly orally or in written present their research results and (or) product designed to different audiences. Final thesis is defended publicly in front of the Study Field Qualification Committee approved by the Rector. All members of the Qualification Committee evaluate the final thesis and its defence in separate grades in ten-point grading system. Weighted coefficient of defended grade is up to 0.2. The final grade is the arithmetic average of the grades given by the Qualification Committee members, rounded to the nearest whole number. [-]

Master in Electronic Embedded Systems

ESIGELEC Graduate School of Engineering
Campus Full time 3 - 4 semesters September 2017 France Rouen

- Electronics and embedded systems, - Design, development and production of electronic systems and equipments used in aeronautics, space and automobile industries, - A few project management modules and a project care also included in the programme. [+]

COURSE STRUCTURE The Master’s Programme comprises: For students with a 4-year Bachelor’s Degree minimum and with a specialisation in Electronic/ Instrumentation/ Electrical Engineering/ Automation: Semester 2 – Academic (on campus) Semester 3 – Academic (on campus) Semester 4 – Internship (company/laboratory) For students with a 3-year Bachelor’s Degree OR with a 4-year Bachelor’s Degree in another engineering stream: Semester 1 – Academic (on campus) Semester 2 – Academic (on campus) Semester 3 – Academic (on campus) Semester 4 – Internship (company/laboratory) The first three academic semesters* are offered between September 2016 and January 2018. Lectures, tutorials, lab work, practical work, projects, conferences and/or seminars make up the academic semesters. Evaluation, in the form of tests, quizzes, exams, etc. is conducted on a regular basis. Faculty members are from ESIGELEC and/or INSA Rouen, from partner companies and from partner universities in France or abroad. * 2 semesters in the case of students granted direct entry into the second semester, beginning February 2017 The final semester is devoted to industrial or research experience, during which students must do a mandatory internship in a company or laboratory for a period of 4 months (min.) to 6 months (max.). While ESIGELEC and/or INSA Rouen provide assistance to find internships, students are expected to play an active part, as internships are not offered automatically. The students have up to a maximum of two years, after the final academic semester: to find and complete the internship to submit a professional thesis and make an oral presentation before a convened jury Failure to meet these requirements may result in the degree not being awarded. The Student Status Registered Student status & Enrolled Student status The final semester comprises three stages, i.e. completing the internship, submitting the professional thesis and the oral presentation before a jury convened by ESIGELEC. Students are considered Registered Students of ESIGELEC for a period of 6 months after the end of the last academic semester. During this time, students are expected to complete the three aforesaid stages. The Registered Student status will be extended if a student has started the internship but has not completed second/third stage. In the case of students not starting the internship in the six months following the end of the final academic semester, they will have to re-enrol and will be considered Enrolled Students of ESIGELEC. The Registered Student status will take effect again upon commencement of the internship and remain valid until such time the student has completed all three stages therein involved. A student has a maximum period of two years to complete the three stages of the internship semester. The Registered Student and the Enrolled Student status will cease to apply irrespective of whether or not the student has been awarded the Master’s Degree by the jury of ESIGELEC and INSA Rouen, upon completion of the course. Course Outline & Guidelines Master in Electronic Embedded Systems The Master’s Programme seeks to equip the students with the relevant knowledge, professional skills and practical experience in Electronics and Embedded Systems for industry or for research. They will learn how to design, develop and implement embedded systems in different sectors. Students will also acquire basic managerial skills. The international environment at ESIGELEC allows students to discover new cultures and languages. Students must appear for the TCF or TEF certification exams in French (or TOEIC for French speaking students). The mandatory internship gives the students a hands-on experience in the work environment. Our graduates find job opportunities as developers, project managers, consultants or researchers in the field of electronic embedded systems. Content Electronics and embedded systems, Design, development and production of electronic systems and equipments used in aeronautics, space and automobile industries, A few project management modules and a project care also included in the programme. Fast track Possible direct admission into semester 2, for students with a 4-year Bachelor’s Degree and upon validation of ESIGELEC [-]

Master in Electrical Power Engineering

Technical University of Ostrava
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Czech Republic Ostrava

A high-quality theoretical education and a universal basis of application-focused studies ensure high adaptability of the graduates to all particular requirements of their future professional practice, either in operation and engineering or in science and research. The basic subjects include applied mathematics, selected principles of electrical power engineering, and electrical heat technology. [+]

Masters in Electrical Engineering in Europe 2017. Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Study Branch Electrical Power Engineering Branch Profile A high-quality theoretical education and a universal basis of application-focused studies ensure high adaptability of the graduates to all particular requirements of their future professional practice, either in operation and engineering or in science and research. The basic subjects include applied mathematics, selected principles of electrical power engineering, and electrical heat technology. The course is divided into five specializations: Transmission and Distribution of Electric Power, Generation of Electric Power, Electrical Power Engineering in Transport, Electrical Machines and Devices, Commercial Electrical Engineering, specializing in the following subjects - electrical power engineering of industrial and distribution networks, power plant equipment, electrical power engineering in transport, electrical machines and devices, and technological processes. Further, the department offers the following optional subjects – electromagnetic compatibility, diagnostics of electric equipment, theoretical electrical power engineering, transient events in electrification systems, designing electricity distribution networks, computers for measurement and diagnostics, protection and automation in distribution networks, control of electrification systems, and many others, see the syllabus. Key Learning Outcomes - Knowledge Graduates posses a thorough, state-of-the-art knowledge and understanding of theories, concepts and methods of the chosen specialization, either Transmission and Distribution of Electric Power, Generation of Electric Power, Electrical Power Engineering in Transport, Electrical Machines and Devices, or Commercial Electrical Engineering, s well as an understanding of the possibilities, conditions and limitations of applying the findings of the related areas. - Skills Graduates are able to independently define and creatively deal with theoretical or practical problems of the branch, using their professional knowledge; independently and creatively solve a complex problem using selected theories, concepts and methods of the branch; apply some of the advanced research procedures of the branch enabling them to gain new, original information. - General competencies: Graduates are able to make independent and responsible decisions in new or changing contexts or in a developing environment with respect to broader social consequences of the decisions; define the assignments for professional activities according to the developing contexts and available sources, to coordinate them, and bear ultimate responsibility for the results; deal with an ethical problem independently; communicate to both experts and the public his/her own opinion in a comprehensible and convincing way; use their professional knowledge, expert skills and general qualifications in at least one foreign language; plan, support and manage the acquisition of further professional knowledge, skills and qualifications of other team members. Occupational Profiles of Graduates The graduates in Electrical Power Engineering are able to deal with operational and technical problems in the spheres of production, transmission, distribution and the use of electric energy. The graduate can find employment in leading and managerial positions at the stage of assembly, implementation, maintenance and operation of electrical equipment, in technical, design, investment, and operational departments of power plants and distribution companies, in power control rooms, departments of preparation and operation of electrification systems, in technical, designing, investment, assembly, and operational departments of industrial companies, in the area of the use of electrical energy in industry when dealing with the issues of electrical drives, electric heating equipment, electric lighting of indoor and outdoor areas, at testing laboratories, technical testing, and at research and development institutes. Admission Requirements Determined by Dean, may include entrance examination, specific courses taken during bachelor studies, other formal documents. Graduation requirement 120 ECTS Credits, Final state examination, Diploma thesis Course Structure Diagram with ECTS Credits 30 ECTS credit per semester. [-]

ECAM Engineering Program

ECAM Lyon
Campus Full time 5 years August 2017 France Lyon

ECAM Lyon has been perfecting the art and methods of training engineers since 1900. Accredited by the CTI (Commission des Titres d’Ingénieur) this engineering school has always been able to provide its students with a human and scientific perspective of all major world changes whether economic, technical or industrial. This vision has allowed the students to face the challenges of a constantly changing industrial world. [+]

ECAM Lyon has been perfecting the art and methods of training engineers since 1900. Accredited by the CTI (Commission des Titres d’Ingénieur) this engineering school has always been able to provide its students with a human and scientific perspective of all major world changes whether economic, technical or industrial. This vision has allowed the students to face the challenges of a constantly changing industrial world. The 5-year ECAM International Engineering program is a combined undergraduate & graduate course that leads to the ECAM Lyon Engineering Degree, the equivalent of a Master’s Degree. Students choose from one of the following concentrations: Robotics Engineering and Industrial Design. ECAM Lyon also awards a Bachelor’s degree at the end of the third year. Prospective: The demand for engineers in France and elsewhere is greater than the number of qualified graduates. International companies are attracted to France for its highly skilled workforce. They are recruited into all sectors of industry and service providers: transportation, luxury, research laboratories, finance, capital goods industry, etc. 35% of ECAM Lyon graduates, who all have international experience, start their career abroad. Key points: Status: Master’s Degree Field: Engineering Length: 5 years Level obtained: Bachelor & Master Admission: into 1st year of the Bachelor’s program. Pre-requirements: French Baccalaureate S, or any other national scientific High School degree or IB Diploma (with at least two High Levels in Math, Physics or Chemistry). Students with a French High School leaving exam in science (BAC S) from a high school in France or abroad must follow the APB online procedures (Post Baccalauréat Admissions). Students with an IB Diploma or any other secondary education leaving exam or diploma, will follow the application procedures specific to ECAM Lyon. To apply please visit: Apply Here All applicants will be assessed with an interview in person or via video conference which will be held in English. Associated Institutions: Staffordshire University; Politecnico di Torino English proficiency: all applicants must demonstrate their competency in English of a B2 level (CEFR) or higher. French proficiency: not required. French as a foreign language is taught to all non-French-speaking students. Tuition fees: 6,000 euros/per year for the first two years and 8,500 euros/per year for the following three years. [-]

Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering

University of Bologna School of Engineering and Architecture
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Italy Bologna

The Electrical Engineers are the repository of scientific and technical knowledge pertaining to the production, transmission and use of electricity and of a multidisciplinary technical-scientific culture that makes them a particularly versatile professional figure. [+]

Masters in Electrical Engineering in Europe 2017. Electricity is the most valuable energy and its availability is a precondition for the growth in developed countries as well as those in the developing world. It is well known that the standard of living of a country is directly related to the consumption of electricity. Almost everything that man uses requires electricity to operate: appliances, lighting systems, telecommunication systems, public and private transportation systems, cooling and heating, medical equipment for diagnosis and treatment, ... Applications are so many and accustomed to the use of electricity is such that it perceives the importance only when, for some unforeseen, it fails. The Electrical Engineers are the repository of scientific and technical knowledge pertaining to the production, transmission and use of electricity and of a multidisciplinary technical-scientific culture that makes them a particularly versatile professional figure. Employment opportunities are manifold, and the preparation acquired allows him/her to play key roles in the fields of industrial, technological and environmental engineering. For example, the Electrical Engineer manages large power grids, is responsible for the production of electricity from conventional as well as renewable energy, takes care of environment protection and energy saving, designs electrical systems, measurement instrumentations and drives for industrial automation and for electric traction, and he/she is engaged in nanotechnology research, electromagnetic compatibility, plasmas and superconductors. The demand for Electrical Engineers has always been very high, so that the new graduates in Electrical Engineering are not currently sufficient in number to meet the demand of the labor market. Admission requirements Curricular requirements To be able to profitably follow the Secondd Cycle Degree Programme in Electrical Engineering students must possess the following knowledge: - University level knowledge of Mathematics, Physics, Informatics and Electrotechnics - Knowledge of English language at least of level B1 for the Italian language curriculum and level B2 for the curriculum in English language. Admission to the Second Cycle Degree Programme is also subject to the possession of the following curricular requirements: 1. A First Cycle Degree in one of the following classes, or other suitable qualification obtained abroad: Ex Italian Ministerial Decree no. 270: a) L-9 b) L-8 c) LM-25 – Automation Engineering LM-27 – Telecommunication Engineering; LM-29 Electronic Engineering; LM–30 Energy and Nuclear Engineering Ex. Italian Ministerial Decree no. 509/99: a) class 10 b) class 9 c) 29/S – Automation Engineering; 30/S – Telecommunication Engineering;; 32/S - Electronic Engineering; 33/S – Energy and Nuclear Engineering and 2. a. shall have acquired at least 6 CFU credits in one of the following subject areas: SSD ING-IND/31 SSD ING-IND/32 SSD ING-IND/33 SSD ING-INF/07 If the applicant comes from an institution where the CFU credits system was not established, the rules apply by counting one year of the original institution as equivalent to 12 CFU credits, and one half year as equivalent to 6 CFU credits Or 2. b having accomplished the bachelor degree in: Ingegneria Elettrica; Ingegneria dell'Energia Elettrica; Ingegneria Energetica; Ingegneria dell'Automazione; Ingegneria Elettronica e delle Telecomunicazioni; by Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna If no Degree certificate and/or above-mentioned credits have been obtained, admission to the Second Cycle Degree Programme is subject to assessment by a Board to ascertain the required skills and competencies through analysis of the curriculum and a possible interview. The Board, appointed by the Degree Programme Board, will establish a calendar for the interviews, which will be published on the University website. If the Board considers the Candidates' level of knowledge and skills to be satisfactory, graduates will be allowed to enrol in a test to assess their personal competencies and skills. If considered necessary, the Board can establish differentiated curricula based on the Student's previous University curriculum and according to the institutional regulation. For those who hold a foreign title, the Commission shall review/ assess the knowledge and skills of the applicant based on previous career. Assessment of basic knowledge The Assessment of adequacy of the applicant's background will be accomplished through the following schemes: - at least score 92/110 (up to A.A. 2011/12 with minimum score 85/110) Alternatively - at least the following CFU credits in the following subject areas: CHIM/07 (at least 6); FIS/01 (at least 12); MAT/03 (at least 6); MAT/05 (at least 12); MAT/07 (at least 6), ING-INF/05 (at least 6); ING-IND/31 (at least 15); ING-IND/32 (at least 9); ING-IND/33 (at least 21); ING-INF/07 (at least 9); ING-IND/10 (at least 6); ING-IND/13 (at least 6); ICAR/08 (at least 6); ING-INF/01 (at least 6); ING-INF/04 (at least 6). - assessment of previous career and possible interview. In absence of the possession of the Degree and / or the minimum required score and / or of the credits listed above and / or in the presence of a foreign Degree mark non-convertible with respect to ECTS, the Commission shall review the adequacy of preparation through analysis of the curriculum and a possible interview. The Degree Programme Board will also provide a special session for international students and the appointment of a Board for the assessment of personal preparation, consistent with the time scale relevant to the assignment of the scholarships and the pre-inscription ministerial procedures. Assessment of knowledge and language skills The Second Cycle degree in Electrical Engineering is divided into the curricula Electric Power Engineering in Italian and Electrical Engineering in English. For access to the Second Cycle Degree in Electrical Engineering the assessment of the knowledge and skills compliant with English language level B1 is required. The knowledge and language skills of level B1 is considered accomplished for students in possession of the corresponding language certification. In the case of linguistic competence lower than B1 Level, the degree board can foresee that the student has to fill an early deficit, with anticipation of the prerequisites of the suitability B1 compared to the examinations of the second year. For access to the curriculum Electrical Engineering is expected the assessment of the knowledge and skills in English language level B2. The assessment of knowledge and language skills at level B2 is considered paid in respect of students in possession of the corresponding language certification. Otherwise, English proficiency of the candidate is assessed by a Commission nominated by the Degree Programme Board. Whenever English knowledge is not evaluated as adequate, the Degree Programme Board may require students to fill the gap before registering any exam of the second year. [-]

Advanced Master Embedded Lighting Systems

ESTACA
Campus Full time 400 hours September 2017 France Paris

The vehicle lighting sector is currently undergoing major change with the development of new technologies like LED lights, as well as new and complex lighting systems functionalities. This changing landscape provides an opportunity to explore new avenues for innovation based on lasers, smart lighting solutions and new lighting functionalities. Therefore, three major Engineering Schools in Transportation Engineering (ESTACA), Optical Sciences (Institut d’Optique Graduate School) and Design (STRATE – Ecole de design) join their experience in engineer training to develop a high-level international Advanced programme designed for training cross-skilled engineers for the field of vehicle embedded lighting systems. The training structures are strongly connected to research and actively supported by industrial players. [+]

THE HIGH-LEVEL INTERNATIONAL TRAINING CURRICULUM IN VEHICLE LIGHTING SYSTEMS The vehicle lighting sector is currently undergoing major changes with new technologies such as LED lights, as well as new and complex lighting systems functionalities. This changing landscape provides an opportunity to explore new avenues for innovations based on lasers, smart lighting solutions and new lighting functionalities. Therefore, three major Engineering Schools in Transportation Engineering (ESTACA), Optical Sciences (Institut d’Optique Graduate School) and Design (STRATE – Ecole de design) join their experience in engineer training to develop a high-level international Advanced programme designed for training cross-skilled engineers for the field of vehicle embedded lighting systems. The training structures are strongly connected to research and actively supported by industrial players. AIM: To train future project managers, department managers and experts in the field of ligthting systems. In an integrated vision from design to production including creative design, optical, mechanical and system design, simulation and virtual prototyping, embedded power and intelligence. PROGRAMME BENEFITS: High-level international training curriculum, 100% in English, with a broad international attendance (students from Korea, China, Spain, USA, France in last session) Leading edge and pioneer in lighting systems, with LEDs, laser sources, intelligent systems, to prepare for future lighting systems in Automotive or Aerospace, providing both theoritical and hands-on knowledge for all lighting applications. In a fast growing domain, outperforming systematically the global automotive growth, thanks to the strong increase of the technical content, and forecasting to recruit +15% to +30% engineers between 2014 and 2020 A program run by leading experts in the field of vehicle embedded lighting systems tailor-made to suit industry needs, with the strong support of industrial partners, currently hiring new graduates worldwide A program delivered by higher education institutions in optics, embedded systems and design in Paris area in France A post graduate degree accredited by CGE (Conférence des Grandes Ecoles - France's top-ranking engineering colleges): “Advanced Master” ("Mastère spécialisé©" in French),undergoes a rigorous accreditation procedure that guarantees the programme’s quality SYLLABUS: 400 hours of academic coursework (in 2016, from September 5th to December 16th) 6 SESSIONS COVER OPTICS & PHOTONICS FOR LIGHTING (INSTITUT D’OPTIQUE GRADUATE SCHOOL), THEY INCLUDE: Basic training in optics and photonics ; sciences, technology and applications of light sources including lamps, discharge tubes, LEDs, OLEDs and lasers ; photometry of sources and optical Systems, colorimetry ; Optical systems design and shaping of illumination using complex surfaces, light guides and diffractive optics ; computer assisted optical design ; 2D & 3D photometric Simulations, realistic and physico-realistic rendering of illumination and aspect, measurement and simulation of surface aspects, vision and cognition. 2 SESSIONS COVER EMBEDDED SYSTEMS (ESTACA), THEY INCLUDE : Embedded electronic driving and regulation of sources ; hardware dimensioning ; servo controls, actuators, sensors including visible and infrared cameras ; Embedded energy management ; Electrical & electronical vehicle architecture ; Embedded intelligence for illumination and driving assistance ; system design and CAD. 3 SESSIONS COVER RELATED TECHNOLOGIES (ESTACA), THEY INCLUDE : Mechanics and materials: design and CAD, process including injection, Tools, assembly & plastic welding, surface processing ; environment simulation: humidity, thermal, impacts & vibrations ; Integrated design of embedded lighting systems, prototyping and industrialisation ; regulatory requirements: regulations and standards ; Patents and industrial property. 1 SESSION COVERS CREATIVE DESIGN OF LIGHTING SYSTEMS (STRATE Ecole de design), IT INCLUDES: Industrial design, awareness, vocabulary, creativity A PROFESSIONAL THESIS of 6 months minimum in a lighting company, between January and July. ASSESSMENT: Teaching modules assessed via exams and case studies Academic project & Professional thesis assessed with a dissertation JOB PROSPECTS: In a highly competitive international context, the program meets the needs for advanced skills of all players in the value chain: car manufacturers, lighting systems and components suppliers, and engineering service providers. INDUSTRIAL PARTNERS: Renault, PSA Peugeot Citroën, Valeo, Automotive Lighting, Osram, Nertrandt, Mentor Graphics COURSE BREAKDOWN: Lectures, case studies, team work project and management, LANGUAGE: English NUMBER OF CREDITS: 75 ECTS LOCATION: The faculty will be based in Paris-Saclay, near Paris, in the heart of a high-growth area offering dense and diversified scientific and technological potential. Classes, tutorials and labs will be hosted at ESTACA (Montigny le Bretonneux), Institut d'Optique Graduate School (Paris-Saclay) and Strate – School of Design (Sèvres) (link to maps) ELIGIBILITY: This program is open to all international and French students holding a Master of Science (preferably in scientific fields). Applicants must prove an engineering degree recognized by the Commission des Titres d’Ingénieurs (Commission for Engineering Degrees), or a master degree or equivalent, or a foreign degree equivalent to one of those. Applicants should have English language proficiency at the B2 level (minimum paper based TOEFL: 575 or TOEIC: 785) A limited number of applications, not fulfilling the degree criteria but with outstanding credentials INFORMATION AND ADMISSIONS: embedded-lighting.com PRICE: 13 000€: Full Fee 11 000€: Reduced fee for recently graduated students Fee can be reduced by 50% or 100% for a limited number of self –sustained students [-]

Master in Electrical Engineering, Power Engineering and Management

Czech Technical University in Prague
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague

Technological Systems | Electrical Machines, Apparatus and Drives | Electrical Power Engineering | Economics and Management of Power Engineering | Economics and Management of Electrical Engineering [+]

Masters in Electrical Engineering in Europe 2017. Fields of Study - Technological Systems - Electrical Machines, Apparatuses and Drives - Electrical Power Engineering - Economics and Management of Power Engineering - Economics and Management of Electrical Engineering Entrance Requeirements - fully completed application form - relevant bachelor degree Level of English provide communication skills during the admission procedure Scholarship not for the first year students [-]

Electrical Engineering Faculty

Technical University of Varna
Campus Full time October 2017 Bulgaria Varna

Departments - Electrical Power Supply and Equipment - Electroenergetics (Power Engineering) - Electrical Engineering and Technologies - Theoretical and Measuring Electrical Engineering - Physical Education and Sport - Social and Law Sciences [+]

Departments Electrical Power Supply and Equipment The Electrical Power Supply and Equipment Department was established in 1971, simultaneously with the opening of the eponymous major with two subjects: Electricity Supply to Industries Electrical Equipment of Water Transport Over the past years teaching and research processes are carried out by highly qualified professors, graduates of bulgarian and foreign universities (Russia, Germany, Czech Republic). The bulgarian and foreign experience was beneficial to the department and specialty as a whole. A significant part of the faculty in the department have carried out long-term specialization in Denmark, Russia, Czech Republic, Germany and Austria. Have established fruitful contacts with foreign universities. Were established and maintained relations with universities in Kosice, Izhevsk, Riga, St. Petersburg, Light & Optics - Denmark, Prague, Brno, Rostock, Budapest, Odessa, and with similar departments in other universities. Strengthened and developed contacts with foreign universities have made it possible to share the experiences of prominent scientists. Department "Electric Power Supply and Electrical Equipment" is responsible for education of highly qualified specialists for the needs of electrical industry, electrical power engineering, electrical power supply and electrical equipment in industry, transport and household appliances, illuminating engineering and other applications of electricity. Electroenergetics (Power Engineering) The Electroenergetics (Power Engineering) Department was established in 1974 to provide specialized training for students of the major of Electroenergetics. For 30 years the Department has prepared and seen the graduation of over 1,000 electrical engineers who have successfully found their realisation in all the structures of electroenergetic systems (hydro, thermal, nuclear power plants, substations, power supply plants and transmission plants , energy departments of industrial enterprises and shipping), in their capacity of designers , engineers in electro-testing laboratories, senior engineers, dispatchers, department heads, managers of electricity companies, researchers, etc. The Department also conducts the training of postgraduate students in the scientific specialties: power plants and substations, electrical networks and systems, high voltageequipment, electro-insulation and cableequipment. The major of Electroenergetics in Bulgaria has received accreditation only at TU-Varna. Electrical Engineering and Technologies The Electrical Engineering and Technologies Department is a successor to the Electrical Machines and Apparatus Department established on 01.09.1964, which originally comprised a staff of one assistant and a technician. Majors BACHELOR OF SCIENCE: Electrical Engineering Bachelor of Science training course at ЕЕТ Department specialising in “Renewable Energy Sources” and “Electrotechnologies” MASTER OF SCIENCE: Renewable Energy Sources Theoretical and Measuring Electrical Engineering The Theoretical and Measuring Electrical Engineering Department was established in 1963. Currently the Department has six training laboratories in which students from all majors at TU-Varna are being trained. The Department conducts training in the following fields: Theoretical Electrical Engineering General Electrical Engineering Electrical Power Measurements Physical Education and Sport A major priority in the work of the instructors at the Department is the formation of a system of vital sports skills and habits, increasing the locomotive abilities and giving a set of specific knowledge to students needed in their daily and sports activities. Building up students' physical activity aims at improving their functional capabilities and the adaptive and protective functions of their organisms to respond to the adverse effects of the environment. This is the basis of health improvement and preservation of high overall performance. Social and Law Sciences The department of Social and Legal Sciences provides education in the specialty “Social Management”, Bachelor degree programme, professional field 3.4.Social Work. The accreditation of the programme has been provided by the Social And Legal Sciences Commission at the National Agency for Assessment and Accreditation on 28.07.2010. (Protocol № 18) for a period of six years. The department offers education in the same career direction in five accredited Master degree programmes: Social Management, European Social Integration, Safety and Healthy Conditions at Work, Social Work with Children, Social Work with Individuals with Deviant Behaviour. [-]

Master Degree Course in Electrical Engineering

University of Catania
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Catania

The Master Degree Course in Electrical Engineering is held in English and aims to train high specialists in electronics and digital electronics with particular reference to electronic circuit board. [+]

Masters in Electrical Engineering in Europe 2017. The Master Degree Course in Electrical Engineering is held in English and aims to train high specialists in electronics and digital electronics with particular reference to electronic circuit board. Official Plan 1st year - 1st semester Electronics Electrotechnics II Electrical Machinery Electrical and Electronic Measurements 1st year - 2nd semester Industrial Automation Power Electronics Electric Energy Systems 2nd year - 1st semester Electric Drives Industrial Electromagnetic Compatibility Measures for the Production and Industrial Automation 2nd year - 2nd semester - Dynamics and Control of Electrical Systems [-]

Master in Electrical Energy Conversion & Power Systems

Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Spain Gijon

The main goal of the Master's Degree in "Electrical Energy Conversion and Power Systems" is to train qualified experts in areas related to electrical energy management and power systems applied to renewable energies. [+]

International Master Degree - Electrical Energy Conversion & Power Systems Objectives: The main goal of the Master's Degree in "Electrical Energy Conversion and Power Systems" is to train qualified experts in areas related to electrical energy management and power systems applied to renewable energies. The Master presents a double approach: scientific and professional. Concerning the scientific part, training is based on the design of two main applications: Electrical Power Systems and Electrical and Hybrid Traction Systems. On the other hand, concerning the professional part training is based on the management of electrical energy. Thus, the subjects included in this professional part, have been designed following two main ideas: the consumers’ management of energy and the generation and transmission of electrical energy in a free market. Three main lines have been considered as keystones in the Master: Electrical Power Systems. Electrical and Hybrid Vehicles. Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energies. Course Structure: The Master is divided into 4 terms with a duration of two years (120 ECTS): The first term is an equalization stage that offers optional courses designed to promote the homogenization of the students' knowledge are offered. The second term offers several compulsory courses for all the students. These subjects will promote the acquisition of the common skills of the Master. The third term has been designed following two possible tracks: professional and research. The first one is focused on the acquisition of the required competences for the management of electric energy, with a special emphasis on energy efficiency and renewable energies. The second track approaches the technology development and the industrial design established in the specific competences of the master guide lines: "Power systems" and "Electric / Hybrid vehicle". The last term has been designed to complete the training of students. The courses given in this period are based on general teaching. In addition, students have to complete their Master's Thesis. Student Profile: This Master is oriented towards Technical Engineers, Engineers or other graduates interested in Power Systems related to Energy Efficient Conversion. Candidates are expected fulfil the following requirements: Oral and written communication skills in the master official language (English). Ability to work in teams and set long-term personal relationships with people of other nationalities and cultures. Interest in acquiring new skills and being decisive; eagerness to be in a constant learning process. Location: The Master Degree will be taught at the Campus of Viesques of the University of Oviedo, located in Gijón, where more than 3,000 students attend undergraduate, master and doctoral degrees at present. [-]

Master in Electrical Engineering

University of Ljubljana
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Slovenia Ljubljana

The basic objectives of the program are to offer top-notch professional knowledge in electrical engineering, to promote creativity and critical thinking in exploring new solutions, to enable efficient involvement in R&D efforts through employment and innovative exploration of new solutions, to provide an excellent foundation for 3rd cycle study in electrical engineering or any other technical discipline, to convince students of the necessity of further autonomous study within the framework of lifelong learning, to enable mobility between related study programs and to ensure Europe-wide comparability of the achieved education. [+]

Masters in Electrical Engineering in Europe 2017. The basic objectives of the program are: to offer top-notch professional knowledge in electrical engineering, to promote creativity and critical thinking in exploring new solutions, to enable efficient involvement in R&D efforts through employment and innovative exploration of new solutions, to provide an excellent foundation for 3rd cycle study in electrical engineering or any other technical discipline, to convince students of the necessity of further autonomous study within the framework of lifelong learning, to enable mobility between related study programs and to ensure Europe-wide comparability of the achieved education. General competences obtained through the program: creative scientific research and development work in the field of electrical engineering and in other fields, independent tracking and critical evaluation of the most recent achievements in electrical engineering, active written and oral communication both at a high professional level as well as at a non-technical level, depending on the target audience, efficient use of ICT and its advancement, professional, environmental and social responsibility, teamwork with experts from various fields. In the case of limited enrolment, candidates will be selected on the basis of the results of a test (selection exam) covering topics from the field of electrical engineering. Study program options: Control Systems and Computer Engineering Biomedical Engineering Electrical Power Engineering Electronics Mechatronics Robotics Telecommunications [-]

Diplôme d'ingénieur

ENSEA Graduate School
Campus Full time September 2017 France Cergy-Pontoise

Masters recherche en cohabilitation avec l’université de Cergy-Pontoise: <ul> <li>Master Systèmes et Communicants (SIC)</li> <li>Master Electronique des Systèmes Autonomes (ESA)</li> </ul> [+]

Pour intégrer l’ENSEA pour une formation master en détenant un diplôme d’ingénieur, l’inscription s’effectue par dossier. L’ENSEA propose 2 masters recherche. Masters recherche en cohabilitation avec l’université de Cergy-Pontoise: Master Systèmes et Communicants (SIC) Master Electronique des Systèmes Autonomes (ESA) L'ENSEA accueille également les ingénieurs en auditeurs libres de troisième année. L'établissement a également la possibilté d'admettre en troisième année des élèves de deuxième année à l'INPG ou l'INPL (sur convention) Master Recherche Sciences et Techniques La spécialité en recherche « Systèmes Intelligents et Communicants » forme en un an des étudiants aux techniques les plus récentes en matière de traitement numérique de l’information, depuis le capteur jusqu’à la prise de décision. Les domaines de recherche Ils concernent la conception et l’étude de systèmes de traitement de l’information intelligents et de leurs capacités à communiquer. Cette spécialité traite en particulier de la formation et du traitement des images, des communications numériques, de la reconnaissance des formes et de l’intelligence artificielle, de la fouille de données et de l’implantation hardware de ces divers traitements. Cette formation a pour but de former des étudiants qui effectueront une recherche fondamentale ou appliquée d’un haut niveau scientifique. Enseignements pluri-disciplinaires La spécialité Recherche-SIC a pour objectif de donner une base scientifique solide pour l’étude et la conception de systèmes intelligents et communicants. Le but de tels systèmes est de : traiter et analyser des signaux de natures différentes (traitement du signal, des images), analyser, indexer, retrouver des documents multimedia (images, vidéos) classifier et fusionner, fouiller dans des flux de données complexes apprendre à réagir de manière pertinente à un environnement difficile (intelligence artificielle, approche animat), transmettre ces informations (communications numériques), réaliser ces tâches dans des processeurs adaptés (architecture des circuits). Il est essentiel de comprendre les bases de ces différentes disciplines avant de se spécialiser dans l’une d’entre elles. La spécificité de la formation est de permettre l’acquisition de ces bases pluridisciplinaires. Au travers de l’un des quatre parcours proposés, l’étudiant pourra acquérir une spécialisation de très grande qualité grâce à des intervenants d’expertise reconnue au niveau international. Trois parcours sont proposés aux étudiants : Image et masses de données Intelligence artificielle et robotique Signal et télécommunications Master Recherche Sciences et Techniques Présentation Les systèmes autonomes sont des systèmes embarqués qui interagissent directement avec leur environnement. L'évolution de la technologie et l'émergence de l'embarqué dans tous les secteurs industriels pose un défi sur la conception de ces systèmes de plus en plus complexes. Cette complexité amène une communauté de chercheurs et d'industriels à tenter de relever plusieurs défis scientifiques et techniques qui sont adressés dans cette formation par la recherche. Elle est premièrement étudiée du point de vue de l'autonomie en puissance de calcul embarquée dans des unités de traitement nouvelles, toujours plus parallèles. Un deuxième point concerne l'autonomie énergétique qui ne pourra être atteinte que par une double optimisation des capacités des batteries et de la consommation des systèmes. Enfin, ces systèmes interagissent directement et en continu avec leur environnement ou avec d'autres systèmes. La problématique des communications et des technologies qui les convoient, aussi bien au sein des circuits, qu'entre eux représente donc le troisième volet du master ESA. Ces études sont autant de compétences spécifiques développées conjointement dans ce master. Compétences pluridisciplinaires De la définition adoptée pour les systèmes autonomes se dégagent des compétences scientifiques et techniques nécessaires à la conception de ces systèmes. La spécialité recherche « Electronique des Systèmes Autonomes » vise à donner aux étudiants des compétences pluridisciplinaires en architecture, méthodologie de conception, modélisation des systèmes embarqués sur puce mixtes analogiques/numériques, systèmes de communications, systèmes basse consommation et systèmes reconfigurables. Enseignements Les enseignements sont assurés par des ingénieurs en entreprises et des enseignants-chercheurs de l’ENSEA et de l’UCP (Université de Cergy-Pontoise). Au travers de ces enseignements diversifiés, les étudiants acquerront des compétences transversales utiles dans les activités pluridisciplinaires qu’ils seront amenés à exercer dans les domaines de l’électronique analogique et numérique, de l’architecture de circuits... Le caractère applicatif des thèmes abordés permettra aux étudiants de s’orienter : soit vers une thèse dans un cadre universitaire ou industriel (CIFRE) soit vers un emploi dans l’industrie en recherche et développement. Avec l’accord de l’équipe de formation, les étudiants pourront suivre une unité d’enseignement d’une autre spécialité de la mention « Systèmes, Informatique, Mathématiques, Physique et Applications ». Dans le cas où l’étudiant a un projet précis, il peut ainsi panacher les unités d’enseignement. [-]

Master In Engineering Production Systems Engineering

ESIEE Amiens
Campus Full time 3 - 5 years September 2017 France Amiens

Training in the ESIEE-Amiens is divided into a core curriculum of three years, followed by 'an option of specializing in two years.3 years to discover two years to access [+]

Master in Engineering of Production Systems Engineering

Training in the ESIEE-Amiens is divided into a core curriculum of three years, followed by 'an option of specializing in two years. 3 years to discover two years to access the Job The core curriculum is defined by a broad training, balanced and practical in Science and Science 's Engineer. It is based on an understanding of the multidisciplinary profession of Engineering and provides practical realities 's business through projects and internships. A project-based learning that allows to understand the business issues Following the Common Core, round off the last 2 years 's future employability by engineer ' s assimilation of its professional skills and know-being company.... [-]