Major Electrical EngineeringNo other discipline has shaped the 20th century more than electrical engineering. With mobile telephony, global networks and process automation, the trend has continued unabated into the new millennium. This development is currently reflected in a drastic shortage of skilled labor at all levels of qualification. Electrical and electronics engineers are needed in the semiconductor industry and in the fields of power electronics and metrology. There is especially keen demand for young engineers with an interdisciplinary competence in related fields like mechanical engineering, information technology and automation, and for engineers with business management skills.
The specialization in Electrical Engineering offers an innovative extension of our program in mechatronics and engineering science with regard to circuit engineering, power electronics, transmission engineering and automation.
|Title||Bachelor program Mechatronics - Major Electrical Engineering|
|Main focus||Highly practice-oriented, international, strong co-operations with the local and international economy|
|Degree||Bachelor of Science in Engineering / BSc or B.Sc.
Use of the academic degree in combination with the brand "MCI" approved
|Academic year||Winter semester: Mid September – end of January
Summer semester: Mid February – beginning of July
|Time model||Full-time: From Monday to Friday during the day
Part-time: Fridays from 1:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
additional block seminars may be required
|Majors||Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering|
|Structure||1st – 4th semesters: Fundamentals and core curriculum
2nd – 5th semesters: Mechanical or Electrical Engineering
5th or 6th semester: International semester (optionally abroad)
5th or 6th semester: internship abroad or in Austria
6th semester: Bachelor theses and Bachelor exam
|Languages||German, English; additionally broad language trainings|
|Tuition fees||For students from EU & EEA countries: EUR 363 / semester.
Details & information for students from third countries can be found at admission.
Plus membership fee to the Austrian Student Union (ÖH)
|Scholarships & grants||Overview of sources of financial support & contact adresses|
|Admission requirements||Applicants with a university entrance qualification
Applicants without a university entrance qualification but with relevant professional experience have to take additional entry exams in German, English, Mathematics and Physics.
|Selection process||Career background (20%)
Written entrance exam (30%)
|Application||Online, please consider the indicated deadlines|
|Contact||MCI MANAGEMENT CENTER INNSBRUCK
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