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Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, M.Sc.

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    From automation to wind energy

    This Master's program offers possibilities for individual focus.

The course is based on a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and information technology or a comparable scientific degree. At the University of Bremen, students can choose to specialize in one of the following areas:

•   Renewable energies
•   Automation technology
•   Information and communication technology
•   Sensors and Electronics
•   Smart Electronic Systems

Lectures, exercises, internships as well as experimental training in the laboratories of electrical engineering and information technology prepare the students for their future job in the best possible way. Qualified engineers find employment in industrial companies in research and development as well as in the service sector and have excellent career prospects.

Course contents

Supplemented by elective modules, the course is divided into basic and advanced courses in the following areas of specialisation:

  • Renewable energies

  • Automation/ mechatronics

  • Information and communication technology

  • Microelectronics and communication technology

  • Microelectronics and microsystems technology

Key data

  • Admission requirements:
    - B.Sc. in electrical engineering and information technology or a comparable scientific degree
    - language skills: German at least level C1 (CEFR), English at least level B1 (CEFR)

  • Application deadline: July 15

  • Beginning of the course: once a year at winter semester

  • Application deadline 2nd semester (advanced students only): January 15
  • Language of tuition: German / English

  • ECTS credits: 120

  • Semester dues including semester ticket

  • Standard duration: 4 semesters

  • Qualification: Master of Science

Information and application

Advisory Service

Study Center

For advice on:

  • Study progress

  • Admission and application

  • Start into your study program

  • Any other questions that might occur

Contact: Email

Susanne Müller-Schröter 

NW1 room W4160
Phone: +49 421-218-62240

Subject-specific information and advice

Questions about:

  • Contents of the study programs

  • Recognition and accreditation of qualifications

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Steffen Paul

NW1 Room W2140
Phone: +49 421-218-62525 (Office)

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