Electrical and Information Engineering (Ε&IΕ)
- Both semesters
- Mode of admission:
- without admission restriction
- Study mode:
- On campus
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Five Reasons to choose this Master's Program
Step into the future with Kiel University's master's program in Electrical and Information Engineering, a beacon in the rapidly evolving world of technology. This program stands out for its harmonious blend of traditional principles and cutting-edge methodologies. It offers a unique educational journey, allowing students to tailor their studies across a wide array of specializations: Automation and Control, Bio-inspired Computation, Digital Signal Processing and System Theory, Electrical Power Devices, Microwave Engineering, Information and Coding Theory, Integrated Systems and Photonics, Power Electronics, Communications, Nano Electronics, Computational Electromagnetics, Sensor System Electronics, and Theoretical Electrical Engineering.
The curriculum, rich in mathematical and system-theoretical concepts, fosters an interdisciplinary learning environment. Conducted entirely in English, it equips students with both technical expertise and enhanced language skills. With state-of-the-art laboratories and a curriculum aligned with the latest research trends, the program prepares graduates for successful careers in diverse industries, including the energy sector, automotive industry, and semiconductor technology. Graduates of this program are globally sought-after, ready to make their mark in the ever-changing landscape of electrical and information engineering.
Special Program Features
A Legacy of Excellence at Kiel University
Founded in 1665 by Christian Albrecht, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp, Kiel University has etched its name among the top 30 universities in Germany. As the largest university in Schleswig Holstein, it hosts over 25,000 students across 180+ degree programs. Dive into a rich academic culture, where tradition meets contemporary teaching methodologies.
Comprehensive University Services
Kiel University is not just about academics; it's about creating a holistic experience for its students. From alumni networks to career services, the university offers a myriad of services designed to support and elevate the student journey. Whether you're looking to connect with past students, seeking career guidance, or exploring further studies, Kiel has got you covered.
Study in a Hub of Innovation and Tradition
The city of Kiel holds a dynamic ecosystem where economic vigor meets the serenity of the sea. As a university town, it boasts of top-tier scientific research institutions. The seamless integration of academia and industry transforms Kiel into a robust business locale. There, the rich maritime tradition beautifully intertwines with an innovative startup scene, offering students a unique blend of history and modernity.
System accreditation is the internal quality assurance system of a state or state-recognized higher education institution in Germany. With system accreditation, a higher education institution receives the right to award the seal of the Accreditation Council for its self-assessed study programs.
The application requirements for the study program in “Electrical and Information Engineering (Ε&IΕ)” are:
A bachelor's degree in a relevant field or its equivalent, with academic credentials closely matching the scope and content of Kiel University's Bachelor’s in Electrical and Information Engineеring.
The following certificates are recognised as proof of your language proficience.
Application & Admission
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Application Procedure & Selection
- EUR 75.00 for the evaluation of educational certificates and checking of further admission criteria for the first chosen study course in an application semester.
- EUR 30.00 for each additional chosen study course in the same semester.
The Bachelor's degree certificate, or – if the degree certificate is not yet available – an official transcript of records. The respective document must contain the title of the successfully completed modules and the grades achieved and shall include information on the scope of the individual modules, e.g. in the form of ECTS crеdits.
Module Handbook for the Bachelor’s degree or a comparable document showing the scope in terms of time, teaching forms, contents, and learning objectives of the individual modules.