Special Master's track Connected World Technologies

Electrical Engineering is about many things that are essential parts of people’s lives. Telecommunication technology is a specialization based in Electrical Engineering which integrates knowledge from many technical fields:

    Electrical Engineering

    Mathematics and Computer Science

    Applied Physics

    Chemical Engineering

    Technology Management

Telecommunication is a key enabler for today's information society. The rapidly increasing demand for speed and capacity, which more than doubles every two years, together with the increasing need for mobility, makes it a field with strong dynamics and frequent introductions of new technologies in the network.

The department’s research focuses on smart, innovative electrical components and on the design of electrical systems, which may become very complex. We cooperate closely with the regional high-tech industry and with other partners all over the world.

The purpose of the Connected World Technologies (CWT) track is to teach students to work independently on complex research and design projects in the area of telecommunication, with the ability to rethink existing concepts and develop new ones. In the final phase of the program students will be able to present the results of their work to an international community. The curriculum of the Connected World Technologies track comprises a compulsory part, electives, an internship and finally a graduation project in which the student demonstrates his/her engineering ability to a high standard. After successful completion of the program you receive your Master of Science in Electrical Engineering and a Certificate for completing the Connected World Technologies program.

CWT Certificate requirements

  • Core & specialisation courses from a specific group (ECO, PHI, EM)
  • 2 other specialisation courses from related groups
  • Graduation work in area, with supervisor from group