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MSc in Engineering - Electronics

  • This Programme is offered in Odense
  • This programme is taught in English

With an MSc in Engineering - Electronics you will be a specialist in power electronics and embedded systems which are found in almost all electronic equipment today. You will learn to combine the two disciplines in practice and thereby play a central role in the development of the future's intelligent products. For example, hybrid and electric cars use power electronics and intelligent control to ensure reduced energy consumption.

Control and power electronics go into space crafts and satellites, among other things, to convert energy from solar panels, fuel cells and batteries. The electronic engineer's skills are also used in the development of products such as smartphones, censors, intelligent washing machines, drones, emergency power systems, frequency converters and robots. Read more about the programme.

Study Environment
Lecturing typically takes place in small groups and throughout the programme you will also work on projects in small groups.

Programme structure
The MSc in Engineering - Electronics is a two-year master programme which builds on a relevant BEng or BSc degree. Read more under programme structure.

Entrance requirements
The entrance requirement for a master programme is a relevant BEng or Bsc degree. Read more about entrance requirements.

Contact us:
You are always welcome to contact SDU International for information about studying at the University of Southern Denmark – how to apply, and where to live.

For more information about the degree programme, please contact the relevant Programme Coordinator.

It is possible to visit the Faculty of Engineering before deciding whether or not to study here. Contact International Secretary Maria Bergstedt on tel. +45 6550 4927.

Teaching Language
This programme is offered in English.

Entry requirements and admission

Read about entry requirements and how to apply for admission.

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