Part time Master's Degree in Electronics in Europe

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A master's degree is a postgraduate academic degree. One must already have an undergraduate degree to apply for a master's program. Most master's degree program would require students to complete a master's thesis or research paper.

In electronics studies, students can have the opportunity to learn about circuits and their components. Electric energy may be explored in depth and topics such as switches, information processing and microelectronic engineering may be covered.

There are more than four thousand higher education organizations in Europe, from leading research institutions to small, teaching-focused universities. Europe itself is not as much different than other continents, reaching from the Arctic Circle to the coast of Africa.

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Master in Informatics, Electronics and Radio Engineering

National Research University
Campus 2 years September 2017 Russia Moscow

National Research University “Moscow Power Engineering Institute” provides Master Degree in Informatics, Electronics and Radio Engineering according to Russian State Educational [+]

Top Part time Masters in Electronics in Europe. National Research University “Moscow Power Engineering Institute” provides Master Degree in Informatics, Electronics and Radio Engineering according to Russian State Educational Standard in the following directions: - Applied Mathematics and Informatics - Informatics and Computer Engineering - Control in Engineering Systems - Instrumentation - Electronics and Nano-Electronics - Radio Engineering WHY SHOULD YOU CHOOSE MPEI MPEI students have a chance to study at one of the most prestigious universities of Russia according to numerous rankings and surveys. For more than eighty years of history MPEI have trained a huge number of the qualified engineers, prominent scientists who were standing at the origins of many technical achievements, in particular, of laser creation. At MPEI the Nobel Prize winners A.D. Sakharov and P.A. Cherenkov worked in different periods. In the 20th century in the Special Design Bureau of MPEI, which possesses its own Center of Deep Space Communication, radio images of the Venus surface and a reverse side of the Moon were obtained for the first time. Among the most famous graduates of MPEI there are the ex-Chairman of the State Council of China Li Peng and the ex-President of Romania Ion Iliescu, Ministers of Engineering and heads of the engineering companies of many countries of the world. MPEI partners in science and education include about 140 foreign universities, and such well-known companies like ABB, Siemens, Schneider Electric, EPRI, Skoda, Samsung and others. Getting the unique training in any chosen field, MPEI graduates never have problems with subsequent employment and realize themselves in any chosen spheres. LANGUAGE OF EDUCATION Training in the field of Informatics and Computer Engineering is organized in English Medium. Training in the other fields is organized in Russian language. Those students who need to learn Russian are invited to MPEI Preliminary course which provides training of Russian language during 1 academic year. ACCOMMODATION CONDITIONS MPEI foreign students are provided with accommodation in MPEI hostel. The hostel under security surveillance has two-room blocks with a bathroom and a toilet in each block. Rooms are for two or three persons. There are also hostels of corridor type with double rooms. Rooms are equipped with furniture, bed linen is also included. On each floor of a hostel there is a common kitchen and a restroom. Internet connection can be provided for additional fee. In MPEI campus there are additional services like laundry, shops, repair offices, post-office, cultural centers, cafes and restaurants, etc. Accommodation fee is about 100 USD per month. INSURANCE All foreign students must have medical insurance for the whole period of education. MPEI works with insurance company which provides the most comprehensive insurance at a rate of 200 USD per year. [-]

Master's Programme in Embedded Sensor Systems

Mid Sweden University
Campus 2 years September 2017 Sweden Sundsvall

Embedded Sensors can be found in all application domains: home/consumer electronics, medical electronics, vehicles, industrial, military and aviation and space. This Master Programme is design to provide the students with knowledge and understanding of technologies, method and tools for analysis and design of embedded sensors systems - both conceptually and in-depth. [+]

The courses in this master programme are designed to cover major aspect relating to design of embedded sensors systems such as sensing, processing, communication and energy supply with consideration for underlying technologies, design method and optimization, energy/power efficiency and measurement system. Programme students will participate with other international students in group- and individual-projects to acquire a deepened knowledge in a specific area through individual projects. Entry requirements Degree of Bachelor, Degree of Bachelor of Science in Engineering (at least 180 Credits), or equivalent, in Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Computer Engineering, Physics or Mathematics, with at least 22.5 Credits (22.5 ECTS) in Mathematics/Applied Mathematics and at least 15 Credits (15 ECTS) in Electronics Engineering. English course 6/English course B from Swedish Upper Secondary School (Gymnasium) or the equivalent. Title of qualification Degree of Master of Arts/Science (120 credits) Masterexamen med huvudområdet elektronik, translated into Degree of Master of Science (120 credits) with a major in Electronics or Teknologie masterexamen med huvudområdet elektronik, also translated into Degree of Master of Science (120 credits) with a major in Electronics, if the student has former studies of at least 30 credits in the subject of Mathematics. After the program After having completed the programme you will be able to work with research and development at high-tech companies specialising on for example telecommunication, multimedia and industrial electronics systems. Work experience contact We consider it important for business development and education to be closely linked. The programme is developed together with the industry based on their needs; this is why your project assignments have their starting point in problems identified by the companies or research institutes we are collaborating with. [-]

Advanced Master Embedded Lighting Systems

ESTACA
Campus 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. [+]

Top Part time Masters in Electronics in Europe. 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 of Engineering Science in Electronic & Computer Engineering

UCD College of Engineering and Architecture
Campus 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. [+]

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 [-]

Radio and Audio Production

Birmingham City University Faculty of Art, Design and Media
Campus Part time 1 - 3 years September 2017 United Kingdom Birmingham

Radio is an ever changing medium. The Master’s in Radio and Audio Production reflects this evolution by covering tradition AM/FM broadcasting alongside digital systems of distribution, such as DAB, podcasting, streaming and audio downloading. This postgraduate courses seek to develop reflective professionals in the media, creative and cultural industries, who can operate at the forefront of the academic discipline and of professional practice. The curriculum emphasises enterprise skills, engagement with new communication technologies. [+]

The course places a great deal of emphasis on professional practice in contemporary radio production. Students will become proficient in industry standard digital equipment while gaining a deeper understanding of current techniques and strategies relating to prerecorded radio packages and live speech/music based radio broadcasting. As well as enriching their practical skills, students are expected to engage in debates and evaluate existing research on the subject, as well as critically appraise professional practice and their own scholarly work. It encourages them to commit to their own continuing professional development.

Entry Requirements

Candidates should have a 2:1 Bachelor’s degree or higher in a relevant subject area and should be able to demonstrate evidence of work in, or a familiarity with, the international media. We welcome non-traditional applications, particularly from applicants with substantial professional or production experience. Prior experiential learning is an acceptable route to the course.... [-]


Master of Science in Electronics and ICT Engineering Technology

KU Leuven - University of Leuven
Campus Part time 1 - 2 years September 2017 Belgium Leuven

In this master's programme you learn to correctly assess the workings and impact of various electronic technologies. You learn to design and implement existing analogue and digital electronic systems and leverage this knowledge to complex information [+]

In this master's programme you learn to correctly assess the workings and impact of various electronic technologies. You learn to design and implement existing analogue and digital electronic systems and leverage this knowledge to complex information and communication systems. Intelligent Electronics option In the Intelligent Electronics option you will use a combination of hardware and software to develop and implement so-called embedded systems (e.g. cell phones, MP3 players, digital cameras, etc.). You learn to take into consideration limitations in the areas of I/O possibilities, memory, speed and energy consumption. Internet Computing option The Internet Computing option adopts a more broadly distributed approach to developing computer applications. The advantages to this are high reliability, scalability, high performance, easy maintenance, low cost price, etc. Examples of applications based on this approach include web-based and internet applications like search robots and voice-over IP, as well as e-commerce, enterprise resource management, and user applications in the area of info-/edu-/entertainment. This is an initial master's programme and can be followed on a full-time or part-time basis. Add an in-company or project-based learning experience to your master's programme You can augment your master's programme with the Postgraduate Programme Innovation and Entrepreneurship. This programme is made up by a multifaceted learning experience in and with a company, with an innovative engineering challenge as the central assignment. It is carried out in a team setting, has a distinct international dimension, and usually requires a multidisciplinary approach. Entrepreneurs and students alike are encouraged to innovate, transfer knowledge and grow. It is a unique cross-fertilisation between company and classroom. Career paths On completion of the programme, you will be an industrial engineer with a broad foundation of general skills and technical knowledge. At the same time, you will be familiar with the fascinating world of information processing, which plays a crucial role in many social sectors. Often, you will also play a key role in the development of a variety of digital media applications ranging from modern consumer products (positioning and navigation systems; smartphones; digital audio and video) to custom stand-alone or networked applications. An increased fee (€ 6000) is not applicable for students who come from countries belonging to the European Economic Area (EEA), the regular fee is €890 [-]

Master of Electronic and Electric Engineering

Klaipeda University
Campus 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... [+]

Top Part time Masters in Electronics in Europe. 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 Engineering

University of Cagliari
Campus 2 years October 2017 Italy Cagliari

The course in electronic engineering degree favors the development of cross-functional knowledge and skills all'acquisire mastering the techniques of electronics and its applications in different fields of information engineering. [+]

Access to further studies. Courses of Third Cycle Professional status of the title. public and private sectors. final test characteristics. The final exam consists of the discussion of a report for an individual work, carried out by the student under the supervision of at least one professor of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Cagliari, about technical aspects and / or relevant scientific area of ​​' information Engineering. The work will consist of a critical analysis of the state or the drafting of a project at least rough or the development of methods and techniques with a degree of originality or a transfer of methods and techniques from different fields in areas of ' information Engineering. The discussion will be held in front of a commission and you can make use of graphic media and IT. Skills required for access. Subject to the possession of the title of university studies degree as provided by law, for access to the course in electronic engineering master laura require the following knowledge and skills: - Ability to understand the text of the written and spoken language such as to identify key aspects of engineering problems. expression skills in spoken and written Italian language such as to allow the provision of reports on technical and engineering relevant topics in the form both colloquial and formal and drafting of project documents. - Ability of the English language, both written and spoken, at least at B1 level. - Logical capacity sufficient to allow us to abstract the fundamental aspects of engineering problems and to identify the cause-effect relationships of physical phenomena. - Knowledge and ability to use some advanced tools of mathematics: *) differential and integral calculus in one and several variables; *) Ordinary differential equations; *) Algebra and vector analysis; *) Matrices, systems of linear equations, eigenvalues ​​and eigenvectors; *) Laplace transforms and Fourier. - Knowledge and ability to understand and describe the main phenomena of physics: *) Mechanical; *) Oscillations and waves; *) Thermodynamics and energy principles; *) Electrostatic and electrodynamics; *) Electromagnetism. - Knowledge and ability to understand and describe the main phenomena of Chemical: *) structure and state of matter; *) Chemical reactions; *) Organic and inorganic chemical compounds. - Knowledge, application knowledge and skills in key areas of information engineering: *) theory and engineering applications of electrical and electronic circuits; *) Structure of matter and characteristics of electronic devices; *) Electronic systems for the analog and digital processing of electrical signals; *) Analysis and feedback control of linear dynamic systems; *) Processing, coding and transmission of electrical signals; *) The structure of computer systems and modern programming languages; *) Emission, transmission and reception of electromagnetic waves; *) Measure theory and operational methods for electrical and electronic measures. The possession of the above mentioned requirements will be verified on the basis of the curriculum and any admission tests for verification of personal preparation, in the manner provided by the academic regulations of the course of studies. specific educational goals. The course in electronic engineering degree favors the development of cross-functional knowledge and skills all'acquisire mastering the techniques of electronics and its applications in different fields of information engineering. Title conferred. Degree in Electronic Engineering Dublin Descriptors: I - Knowledge and understanding Graduates in Electronic Engineering will have acquired knowledge: 1) the methodological and operational aspects of mathematics and natural science related electronic engineering, and computer engineering in general; 2) the methodological and operational aspects of basic and advanced the following specific subjects for electronics engineering: electronics, electrical and electronic measurements, electromagnetic fields, to a level that you can understand and promote technological innovation in the sector; 3) of the advanced methodological-operational aspects of engineering disciplines type of particular interest for the information engineering, and electronics in particular, with specific reference to: for information processing systems, telecommunications, automatic, to a level enabling technology transfer; 4) of the main aspects of economic / social related to the profession of engineer; 5) the specific characteristics of advanced electronic engineering applications in at least one field of engineering information, useful for advanced and innovative applications. Our knowledge of the point 1) have occurred on the basis of satisfying the input requirements and are strengthened in the two years of the course and through their use for the formalization of the phenomena analyzed and the development of advanced engineering techniques in the various engineering courses that through optional and specific related teachings. The specific knowledge set out in points 2) and 3) are checked on the basis of the satisfaction of the input requirements, as regards the basic ones, and thus, as regards those advanced, developed and acquired through optional compulsory courses referring to specific sectors information engineering. The knowledge referred to in point 4) will be developed both through teaching and / or optional internship activities within specific vocational courses in engineering electronics. Knowledge defined in paragraph 5) are acquired either through compulsory courses and optional professionalizing through activities related to the individual work will be the subject of the thesis. As well as through the exams for the various teachings, the acquisition of knowledge and understanding can also be verified through reports and / or interviews during technical / practical activities. II - Applying knowledge and understanding Graduates in Electronic Engineering will have developed: 1) the ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and other basic sciences to interpret and describe, even in an original way, the information engineering problems , and in particular electronic; 2) the ability to design tests and experiments on both virtual and real complex systems and understand the results in order to develop innovative solutions to solve typical engineering problems in information engineering, especially in the field of electronics; 3) the ability to apply their skills and to identify solutions to complex engineering problems is to justify, support and argue its technical choices, even innovative, in the context of information engineering profession. These skills are mainly developed in the teachings core and related mandatory through discussion and examination of case studies, as well as during any technical / practices designed activities for integration into the working world. III - Making judgments The Graduate Degree will be able to make its own assessment and / or judgment based on the interpretation of the available data and abstract patterns, as well as identify ways, including original and innovative, the additional data collection that may be necessary in order to achieve greater certainty about complex information engineering issues, particularly electronics. This is expressed by the capacity of knowing how to do, knowing how to take initiatives and decisions in the awareness of the risks, taking into account both the evolution and development of the technique also impact economic and social choices. Well as through specific courses aimed learning the techniques for developing formal models and acquisition and processing of data and signals, these capabilities will be developed throughout the course of studies through the integration of the teachings. The verification of the maturity and independence of judgment is carried out continuously by the teachers during the training through periodic and final audits. In particular, the teachings that provide for significant design component, through exercises, term papers and / or laboratory work, and the final test, based on an original work, to assess the ability of independent judgment of the student. IV - Communication skills The Graduate Degree must know to communicate effectively to the party's ideas and proposals for solutions, including innovative and high complexity, clarifying their ratio as well as information, both technical and general. Will know how to choose the form and the appropriate means of communication interlocutor, both specialist who does not specialist. This will be expressed through the ability to properly use both the technical language that the formal and knowing how to illustrate in a clear and simple concepts and typical information engineering issues, particularly electronics. He will be able to communicate effectively in written and oral form, in English, as well as in Italian. Communication skills input, whose minimum level is considered certified by the graduation of university studies degree, are developed through the teaching of teachers who, using various forms of communication, are an example of effective communication. The exams, providing overall both written and oral evidence, constitute both an incentive to develop both main forms of expression that a verification of the achievement of the same opportunity. It will be valued the acquisition of additional language skills through the recognition of credits for the achievement of knowledge claims of foreign languages ​​at least at level B1, and B2 with respect to the English language. Language / and official teaching, and assessment of the preparation. ITALIAN V - Learning skills The Graduate Degree in Electronic Engineering will have developed self-training skills that are necessary for an engineer to update continuously the evolution of science and technology in the field of information engineering. He has developed the ability to tap into different literature sources, both in Italian and in English, in order to acquire new skills. The Graduate Degree in Electronic Engineering will have the self-learning ability needed to undertake further studies, as a second-level Master courses and Doctorate in the field of information engineering, and in particular electronics, as well as to undertake the task working at research centers and advanced design. its development with regard to advanced and innovative themes of information engineering is achieved with constant reference to various literature sources, also in English giving for granted a significant learning skills certified by the achievement of the university studies of the first level degree, for the preparation of the exams and the final exam. In addition, to facilitate this objective, the Study Programme can organize special seminars on topics of interest to an engineer information. The verification of the ability to learn is contextual to the skills assessment during the exams, including through the use, for some courses, for verification terms that require the preparation of a paper on untreated cases during the courses. [-]

Master in Robotics and Control

Umeå University, Faculty of Science and Technology
Campus 2 years August 2017 Sweden Umeå

The Master's programme in Robotics and Control provides a comprehensive foundation for a professional career in the field of robotics. [+]

Master's Programme in Robotics and Control

 

The Master's programme in Robotics and Control provides a comprehensive foundation for a professional career in the field of robotics. The programme is interdisciplinary, covering robotics related to both artificial intelligence and control systems, with contributions mainly from the Departments of Computing Science and Applied Physics and Electronics.

 

 

TeachingFocus may be put on either artificial intelligence related robotics or control related robotics, depending on the student's interests and qualifications.A relevant curriculum is guaranteed by lectures and hands-on assignments relating directly to ongoing research projects. Many courses in the program contain a large portion of laboratory work in order to provide experience with relevant software and hardware.... [-]


Master in Intelligent Adaptive Systems

University of Hamburg, School of Mathematics, Informatics and Natural Sciences
Campus Part time 2 years October 2017 Germany Hamburg

Intelligent systems and robots are expected to become an integral part of our daily lifes. In order to be accepted by and interact efficiently and naturally with humans, they have to adapt to changing environments and the users they interact with. Intelligent systems [+]

Intelligent systems and robots are expected to become an integral part of our daily lifes. In order to be accepted by, and interact efficiently and naturally with, humans, they have to adapt to changing environments and the users they interact with. Intelligent systems are expected to automatically  acquire and manage knowledge through a variety of sensors and to learn and optimise their behaviour over time. This international Master's programme aims to provide students with the ability to create these intelligent adaptive systems and to prepare them for a future market, where intelligent and adaptive behaviour is considered the standard for computer systems.

As one of the few computer science programs in Germany that are taught completely in English, the Master course „Intelligent Adaptive Systems“ prepares students for international research and professional work. Following a balanced approach, it is placed in between programs with a purely technical focus and programs that offer a general computer science curriculum. Its curriculum is focused on the area of smart technology and intelligent adaptive systems and provides in-depth training in this area. The selected modules provide a comprehensive overview including technical aspects and state-of-the art algorithms and methods. Students are introduced to current research in the corresponding fields and have the opportunity to deepen the acquired knowledge by participating in international research projects. The Master in Intelligent Adaptive Systems is a 2-year research oriented programme that is taught in English. Students, both national and international, can profit from an international environment and improve their grasp of the English language and knowledge on cultural differences. The inter-student exchange is fostered in seminars and work groups and extended in extra-curricular discussions and activities. Through the proximity to current research projects, students have the possibility of a smooth transition into collaborative research environments and continuing education and study.... [-]


Master in Electronic Engineering

Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria
Campus 2 years October 2017 Italy Reggio Calabria

The 2nd Cycle Degree Course (Master Degree) in Electronic Engineering is open to students already holding a 1st Cycle Degree (Bachelor Degree) in scientific and engineering disciplines with a focus on electrical/electronic subjects... [+]

Top Part time Masters in Electronics in Europe. The 2nd Cycle Degree Course (Master Degree) in Electronic Engineering is open to students already holding a 1st Cycle Degree (Bachelor Degree) in scientific and engineering disciplines with a focus on electrical/electronic subjects. This Course has been active for some 20 yrs and still offers a clearly recognised specialisation in the area of engineering, a true passe-partout for the widest professional and scientific contexts. The Course is designed with the aim of shaping young engineers with an in-depth knowledge about the scientific and technological aspects of electronics and electromagnetism, with a particular attention toward the application of these technologies. The study and application of mathematics, solid-state physics and chemistry is also among the main targets of the Course. The Course is organised in 12 subjects, among which 2 are chosen by the students according to their personal interests, with classroom lectures and extensive laboratory activities. The professional competences that the student will gain concern the ability of designing and using complex electronic systems in environments like telecommunications, photonics, smart power electronics, robotics and health care. First year Electromagnetic Fields II Microwave Engineering Chemistry and Processes for Microelectronics Environmental Data and Signals Processing Semiconductor Devices Solid State Physics Mathematical Methods for Engineering and Queue Theory System theory and optimal control Second year Electronic Systems for Energy Microelectronics Sensors & Transducers and Automatic Measurement Additional Educational Activities 12 ETCS chosen by the student Numerical Calculus and Programming Measures for Automation and Industrial Production Measurements for the Quality & Electrical Security VLSI Design Antennas and radiopropagation in complex environments Operations Research Advanced topics in electromagnetics Graph Theory6 Theory of cryptography Final dissertation [-]

Master's degree in Electronic Systems Engineering and Technology

Universitat Rovira i Virgili
Campus 1 year September 2017 Spain Tarragona

The overall objective of this master's degree is to enable students to find effective solutions to problems in the field of electronic engineering and, specifically, to design electronic equipment and automated production systems, perform maintenance and control in production industries, provide technical advice, or join the sales departments of companies in the electronics sector. For graduates who wish to undertake doctoral studies... [+]

Master's degree in Electronic Systems Engineering and Technology The overall objective of this master's degree is to enable students to find effective solutions to problems in the field of electronic engineering and, specifically, to design electronic equipment and automated production systems, perform maintenance and control in production industries, provide technical advice, or join the sales departments of companies in the electronics sector. For graduates who wish to undertake doctoral studies, this programme will also prepare them to do effective research in collaboration with national and international research groups. Career oportunities Engineering consultancy. Engineering consultancy management. Management of instrumentation/sensors in production plants. Maintenance management. Sales department management. Research and development: research companies in the chemical, industrial, energy sectors, etc. Research and development in technology-based companies. Research and development in universities and research centres. Entrepreneurship. Teaching. Timetable Classes are held in the afternoon/evening from Monday to Friday. Language of instruction English Student Profile This master's degree provides continuity to a first degree in the fields of engineering and technology. The typical entry profile is that of a student who has completed a bachelor's degree in electronic technology or information and communication technology. Therefore, the programme is mainly aimed at students who have bachelor's degrees in aeronautical engineering, telecommunications engineering and industrial engineering (industrial electronics and automatic control or electrical engineering) but it is also suitable for students who have a bachelor's degree in physics and computer engineering. The personal and academic characteristics that are considered appropriate for students wishing to take this master's degree are the following: A technical education and a desire for a career in the ICT industry. Knowledge of basic materials and industrial technologies. Ability and interest in research. Interest in pursuing an academic career. Ability to analyse the need for technological innovation in companies and to assess its suitability and social impact. FIRST YEAR: Compulsory Subjects Digital Signal Processing Micro and Nanoelectronic Devices and Technologies Advanced Digital Systems Electronic Systems in Communications Digital Control Innovation and Engineering* Integrated Laboratory Final Master's Project* *This/these subject/s make up competences required for the subject Career Counselling Citizenship OPTIONAL SUBJECTS: In this section you will find the list of all the optional subjects on the curriculum. Before you select the subjects you wish to register for, please make sure that they have been activated OPTIONAL SUBJECTS BY SPECIALITY Students can choose to take the 15 elective credits without considering the different specialities, or take one of the speciality that will appear in the name of the degree. Specialty Industrial Electronic (15 ECTS) Modeling and Control of Electrical Machines Modeling and Control of Converters Digital Control of Converters Electrical Architecture of Energy Management Systems Radioidentification and Wireless Sensors Design of High Frequency Integrated Circuits with CAD Tools Specialty Electronics Microsystems (15 ECTS) Advanced Semiconductor Devices Nanomaterials in Electronic Engineering Radiofrequency and Optical Electronic Technology Micro and Nano Sensor Systems Design of Experiments and Advanced Data Analysis BRIDGING COURSES:(**) Circuit Theory Basic Electronics (**)After checking the candidate’s transcript, the body responsible for admission can decide that the student must attend and satisfactorily complete some of the subjects that are programmed as bridging courses. Admission qualifications A university degree in Aeronautical Engineering, Telecommunications Engineering, Computer Engineering, Industrial Engineering (Electrical Engineering or Industrial Electronics and Automatic Control), Automatic Control and Industrial Electronics Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Physical Science, Physics Engineering, or a related field. A university Aeronautical Engineering diploma in Aircraft Engines, Air Navigation, Aircraft, Airport Engineering or Aerospace Equipment and Materials; a university Telecommunications Engineering diploma in Electronic Systems, Telecommunication Systems, Image and Sound or Telematics; a university Computer Science engineering diploma in Computer Software Engineering or Computer Systems Engineering; a university Industrial Engineering diploma in Industrial Electronics or Electricity; or a qualification in a related field. Specific documentation A part from the compulsory documentarion to pre-enrole to the programme, students must do submit the following documents: documentación adicional: Proof of the candidate's merits in relation to points 3 to 6 of the criteria. Selection criteria Suitability of the admission qualification in the following order: a) An official bachelor's or pre-EHEA degree in aeronautical engineering, telecommunications engineering, computer engineering, industrial engineering (electricity or industrial electronics and automatic control), automatic control and industrial electronics, electronic engineering, physical science or physics engineering: up to 8 points. b) An official university aeronautical engineering diploma in aircraft engines, air navigation, aircraft, airport engineering or aerospace equipment and materials; a university telecommunications engineering diploma in electronic systems, telecommunication systems, image and sound or telematics; a university computer science engineering diploma in computer software engineering or computer systems engineering; or a university industrial engineering diploma in industrial electronics or electricity: up to 7 points. c) Other qualifications: 0 points. Evaluation of the students' academic record in the university degree that qualifies them for admission to the master's degree: up to 4 points. Official diplomas in English: up to 2 points. Other training relevant to the content of the master's degree (courses, seminars or other training activities), for which proof must be provided: up to 2 points. Extended stays in English-speaking countries (at least 12 weeks), for which proof must be provided: up to 2 points. Proven work experience in a field requiring a degree in an area related to the master's programme. 0.2 points for each full year of work experience, up to a maximum of 2 points. [-]

Master in RF, Microwave and Terahertz Engineering of Wireless Systems

Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University
Campus 2 years September 2017 Russia St. Petersburg

The structure of the degree program consists of advanced professional studies, elective courses and Master’s Thesis. [+]

Top Part time Masters in Electronics in Europe. The structure of the degree program consists of advanced professional studies, elective courses and Master’s Thesis. The program is to train students who will manage successfully professional activity in a globally competitive environment in such an interdisciplinary field as design and technology of the state-of-the-art high-frequency, microwave, and terahertz devices for communications, radar, and other wireless applications. Program curriculum includes the following advanced courses: Introduction to Wireless Systems Computational Electromagnetics Foundations of Microwave Circuit Technologies Basics of Antenna Design Passive Microwave Components and Devices End-to-end PCB Design Wireless Communication Systems Active Microwave Devices CAD of Microwave Devices and Systems Microwave and THz Metamaterials Introduction to Microwave Measurements Programme: 120 ECTS credits, full-time study (2 years), Master’s Degree Eligibility: candidates must hold a Bachelor's Degree in the corresponding field Scholarship: scholarship covers the tuition fee and some study materials An academic year includes 2 semesters beginning on 1st September and 10th February, Winter holidays - 2 weeks, Summer holidays - 2 months (July, August). Master’s Thesis defense is in June. Educational programs of «LETI» are constantly modernized, following the principle «Training through research». Graduates of our university receive new, profound knowledge and practical skills of work. [-]

MPhil in Engineering, Product Design and Textiles specialisms

University of Bolton
Campus 2 - 4 years August 2017 United Kingdom Bolton

The master of philosophy (MPhil) degree is aimed at students with a good honours degree (or significant work experience and professional qualifications) who wish to undertake a research-based masters degree. As an MPhil student you will critically investigate and evaluate an approved topic and demonstrate an understanding of research methods in your chosen engineering or design subject area. You will present and successfully defend a... [+]

Engineering, Product Design and Textiles specialisms - MPhil The master of philosophy (MPhil) degree is aimed at students with a good honours degree (or significant work experience and professional qualifications) who wish to undertake a research-based masters degree. As an MPhil student you will critically investigate and evaluate an approved topic and demonstrate an understanding of research methods in your chosen engineering or design subject area. You will present and successfully defend a thesis by oral examination to be awarded the degree. If you wish to develop research and analytical skills, this course is appropriate. If you are a professional who would like to gain postgraduate qualifications, but do not want to undertake a taught masters programme, then this is an alternative. Careers & professional development If you register for the MPhil you may be approved for transfer to a PhD after an initial period of registration and demonstration through a progress report of the development of your research into a PhD. Recent graduates have gone on to careers in academia and management roles in industry. Subject overview The engineering and design research group works in collaboration with industry. Our strengths lie in applied research. The group encompasses a number of different engineering and design disciplines, including electronic engineering, mechanical engineering, automotive engineering, product design and textiles. Research topics Research topics include: - applications of electronics - applied physics - robotics - manufacture of electronics-enabled products - engine design - structural crashworthiness - impact biomechanics - accident investigation - manufacturing systems - general textile technology - textile supply chain - advanced composite materials - inclusive design - finite element modelling. [-]

Master of Science in Nano and Radio Sciences

Aalto University
Campus 2 years August 2017 Finland Espoo

This programme offers all this and more. The Master’s programme in Nano and Radio Sciences offers you fundamental knowledge in the following areas: micro- and nanosciences, micro- and nanoelectronic circuit design... [+]

Top Part time Masters in Electronics in Europe. Are you curious how modern wireless devices work and why wireless connection is getting faster and faster? Would you like to know how to integrate radio-frequency circuits and antennas into smallest wireless sensors e.g. for the "Internet of Things", for satellite-based earth or space observation, or for implantable medical devices? Perhaps you are also interested in nano fabrication methods, solar panels, or radio propagation and electromagnetics in basic research? This programme offers all this and more. The Master’s programme in Nano and Radio Sciences offers you fundamental knowledge in the following areas: micro- and nanosciences, micro- and nanoelectronic circuit design, advanced materials and photonics, radio science, and space science & technology. In this programme you approach engineering studies from both industrial and scientific perspectives. You can be theoretically oriented or direct your studies more towards practical applications. Study Programme The programme offers five major options. During the first semester you focus on the common subjects, and at the end of the semester you select your major. During the second and third semesters you gain a deep insight in your chosen major, which leads to the Master's thesis during the second year of your studies. The programme is a combination of theoretical and practical courses which consist of lectures, independent exercises, computer simulations, laboratory works, and group assignments. The studies are closely connected to the current research in the relevant field. The programme also allows for elective studies from a broad choice of topics within for example arts, business and other technological subjects. The Master's degree (120 ECTS) is composed of studies in major (65 ECTS), elective studies (25 ECTS), and Master's thesis (30 ECTS). Majors Advanced Materials and Photonics Micro- and Nanoelectronic Circuit Design Micro- and Nanosciences Radio Science Space Science and Technology Career options After completing the programme, you have gained substantial knowledge and skills to work as an expert in your chosen field. In the early phases of your career you would typically work in research and development-oriented tasks. However, the master’s programme provides you with strong theoretical background, which facilitates career changes based on individual preferences, also later in your career. In this programme all majors are linked to ongoing research within various research groups in the departments. Thus, one option is to continue the studies as a researcher and a graduate student towards a doctoral degree. Tuition fees and scholarships Non-EU/EEA students selected in the application round 2017 will be charged tuition fees. Departments of Micro and Nanosciences and Radio Science and Engineering typically offer the best students summer trainee/research assistant positions. Admission requirements Required prior knowledge Applicants to the programme must first meet the general eligibility criteria and language requirements common to all Master’s programmes in Science and Technology. The applicant should have a Bachelor’s degree (minimum 180 ECTS credits or equivalent) in electrical engineering. Excellent candidates with degrees in other fields such as natural sciences, mathematics, or materials sciences will be considered. The following background knowledge is required for the Master's Programme. This knowledge is typically obtained by studying a Bachelor degree at a research university, especially in electrical engineering or closely related field. electronics mathematics basic programming skills physics Students chosen to the programme may be required to complement their earlier degree with complementary studies. The admission letter will provide information on any such requirements. The complementary studies cannot be included in the Master's degree but will be required for graduation. Evaluation criteria The application process is competitive. First the applicant’s suitability for the programme is evaluated. The applicants are then ranked and the best applicants are granted admission. The evaluation of the applicants is based on the following criteria: Content of the previous degree Recognition and quality of the home university Study success Motivation and commitment Other relevant achievements Recommendations Language Proficiency Advice for applicants from Finnish Universities of Applied Sciences The minimum GPA for applicants from Finnish universities of applied science is 3.2. Applicants with GPA below the limit cannot be admitted unless they have other exceptional qualifications. Meeting the minimum does not guarantee admission to the programme. Previously, all admitted students whose previous degree was from a Finnish university of applied science were required to take complementary studies. This is no longer a requirement, and complementary studies are assigned only in individual cases. Therefore, it is important to demonstrate the depth of the required prior knowledge in the application. This can be achieved, for example, with excellent grades in the relevant Bachelor courses, and by completing a small number of demanding courses in the areas of required knowledge. Required application documents In addition to the mandatory application documents, applicants to the NanoRAD programme are requested to provide the following additional documents: at least one original recommendation letter (preferably academic) work certificates and certificates of other relevant achievements copies of any publications official transcript of records for other university studies which are not included in the mandatory part of the application The application should explain the full educational history of the applicant. If you have started or completed other studies in addition to the Bachelor's degree mentioned above, please provide also the official transcripts and possible degree certificates of those. If you have work experience or other activities or achievements that could support your application, please include certificates or other proof of these in the application. If you have publications, include copies or permanent web links to them. Use the CV and motivation letter to provide a summary of your personal history, achievements and objectives and other points that you find important for the application. [-]