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University of Stuttgart

Electrical Engineering

M.Sc. (Master of Science)
Subjects: Electrical Engineering, Nanotechnology, Power Engineering, Information Engineering, Information System, Communications Engineering and Technology, Communications Systems, Applied Engineering
English only
Winter semester: 15 Jan
Summer semester: 15 Jul
Application Deadlines
2 Years (starting: Both semesters)
Free / € 1500
Tuition Fees (per semester)
Start Dates
Winter Semester: October
Summer Semester: April
Both semesters
Mode of admission:
local admission restriction
directly at the University
Study mode:
On campus

Program Video

Duration:1 min

Visionary thinking for the topics of the future

Five Reasons to choose this Master's Program

Specialize in highly relevant topics
Building on the fundamentals of electrical engineering and information technology, students of M.Sc. Electrical Engineering have the opportunity to specialize in Smart Information Processing, Communication Systems, Nano- and Optoelectronics, Power-electronic Systems and Technologies, Smart Sensors, or Electromagnetics and Applications.
Become a game-changer
Without electrical engineering and information technology, there will be no energy transition. As a student of M.Sc. Electrical Engineering, you can explore new means of transportation and electric drive systems, energy storage and distribution systems, learn about the smart grids of the future, photovoltaics, and much more.
Study with state-of-the-art technology
The institutes of the University of Stuttgart have access to high voltage laboratories, acoustic laboratories, an antenna measuring room, large clean rooms, and machine rooms. The student laboratory (StudLab) is a first-class, fully equipped laboratory with 3D printers, SMD soldering stations, and modern measuring devices. → More Info
Tremendous job opportunities in a variety of sectors
Graduates of this master’s program acquire vital knowledge, research capabilities, and industry connections. These skillsets will allow them to work in research and development (R&D), as well as in technical management. Alternatively, graduates can work in business sectors of industrial companies and in sectors dedicated to autonomous driving, digitalization, and artificial intelligence.
Strong Support for International Students
The University of Stuttgart and the Faculty of Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology aim to support international students in the best possible way. On the Faculty level, the International Service Point (ISP) was established to offer advice and help before and during your studies. The International Office offers an orientation program with counseling sessions and workshops to all new international students of this master´s program in order to get your studies off to a perfect start! → More Info

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