MSc in Electrical and Computer Engineering (100% in English)
Abdullah Gül University (AGU) aims to be a research-oriented university with state-of–the-art facilities designed for multi-disciplinary research and graduate studies. AGU faculty with full experience in national and international research projects will produce benefits for all stakeholders. AGU pays special attention to building relationships with industry in order to establish efficient collaboration for qualified R&D projects.
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department’s MSc Program at AGU emphasizes advanced graduate education for cutting-edge research. Our research focuses on current high-growth fields like optics, photonics, nanotechnology, biomedical and bioinformatics, information and communications technology, power systems engineering, energy, control, and automation.
All graduate students are encouraged to participate in funded research projects where they are supported as full-time research assistants. Research projects are funded by TUBITAK, BAP, EU Framework Programs and industry. Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply for TUBITAK 2211 and TUBITAK 2215 scholarships. Internally funded scholarships will also be available for highly qualified candidates.
We believe that Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) MSc program at AGU will build its reputation based on the quality of its faculty members and graduate students. Bright, motivated and ambitious graduate students with renowned professors in their field will help to develop one of the best ECE programs.
Come and join us to build up a successful career at AGU!
- Applicants must hold a B.S. degree
- Proof of English Proficiency (TOEFL iBT / PTE / YDS / AGU English Exemption Exam)
- One of the following: GRE / GMAT / GAT / ALES
Find our detailed application requirements under http://fbe.agu.edu.tr/application-requirements
AGU looks forward to welcoming you to its brand new Campus and is ready to make sure you are fully equipped with all the knowledge, skills, experience and international exposure you need to have a significant impact on today's and our future globalized society.
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