Master in Materials and Technologies for Electrical Engineering

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Program Description

Master in Materials and Technologies for Electrical Engineering

The study program Materials and Technologies for Electrical Engineering prepares specialists with a focus on the development and application of electrotechnical materials, manufacturing technologies and their management in the electrical industry. The study program is designed to enable students to acquire the necessary theoretical and practical knowledge. Graduates are prepared so that they can:

  1. Find employment in professional and managerial positions in practice.
  2. Continue in the doctoral study program.
  3. Have their own business in the field.

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Content of the study:

  • The graduate will acquire the necessary theoretical knowledge and overview of all key areas of the life cycle of an electrical product (from design through implementation to operation, including disposal and recycling).
  • During their studies, they will deepen their knowledge in the field of conventional and special materials and technologies, diagnostic methods used or methods and tools for process management throughout the product lifecycle.
  • Great emphasis is placed on preparing for independent creative work by engaging in professional projects.
  • The graduate has the knowledge and skills to solve problems in the areas of materials, manufacturing technologies and diagnostics in electrical engineering, which are important for the future sustainability and competitiveness of the industry. The basic feature of the study program is multidisciplinarity with application in many industrial fields.
  • The graduate will know the principles and applications of materials and technologies in electrical engineering. These include semiconductor, magnetic and dielectric materials, contacting issues, manufacturing, and diagnostic processes, etc., advanced materials and technologies (organic, printed, flexible and wearable electronics, smart textiles, sensors, nanotechnologies, environmental material resources) and methods of their characterization and interpretation of measured data.

Terms for admission to master study

Applicants for master studies at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen (FEE) are graduates of a bachelor study and are admitted based on the results obtained from this study.

Admission without an examination

Applicants can be admitted without an admission exam based on a score evaluation. Points are granted for:

  • the weighted average achieved in bachelor studies,
  • documented professional activities during bachelor studies,
  • result of the state final examination and defense of the bachelor thesis.

Based on the granted points, 60 - 70% of students are admitted.

Admission based on an interview

The admission interview must be completed by the following candidates:

  • who have achieved a weighted bachelor study average of more than 2.5,
  • who are applying to study branches of Electronics and Applied Informatics and Telecommunication and Multimedia Systems,
  • who have graduated bachelor's degree programs outside the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen.

The aim of the admission interview is to verify the candidate's prerequisites to study the given branch and his / her complex assessment.

Foreigners applying to study in the Czech language must submit a Certification of Czech language exam - level B1 according to SERR.

Last updated Mar 2020

About the School

Faculty of Electrical Engineering is a part of the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, which was established on September 28, 1991, with a history going to the year 1949. According to the main resea ... Read More

Faculty of Electrical Engineering is a part of the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, which was established on September 28, 1991, with a history going to the year 1949. According to the main research and development activities, the Faculty is divided into five departments and one R&D center: Department of Applied Electronics and Telecommunication (KAE), Department of Electrical Power Engineering and Environmental Engineering (KEE), Department of Technologies and Measurement (KET), Department of Electromechanics and Power Electronics (KEV), Department of Theory of Electrical Engineering (KTE), Regional Innovation Centre for Electrical Engineering. In the field of educational activities, the faculty provides university education in bachelor, master and doctoral study programs. It also provides its services in the field of life-long education. In the field of research, development, and innovation, the faculty focuses on solving basic and applied research projects. The Faculty has long-term experience in solving a number of national and international grant projects and contract research projects. The Faculty has been demonstrating in the long term the ability to successfully apply the results of its research and development activities in practice - this can be documented by a number of industrial applications that have been created on the basis of long-term cooperation with significant companies beyond the Pilsen region. Read less