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Bachelor’s degree course

There is currently NO entrance exam for the bachelor’s degree course in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology. All information regarding admissions procedures and registration are available here: https://www.tuwien.at/en/studies/admission/online-registration

Further information about starting the course and the first year of study can be found at ETIT Student Services.

If you are interested, further advice about the course can be obtained from the Electrical Engineering Faculty (FET), opens an external URL in a new window.

 

Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

[Translate to English:] Studenten im Lehrsaal

When you hear the phrase “electrical engineering and information technology”, you may think of power stations, electricity grids and household devices, but in actual fact it has connections with some highly current issues, for example: the 6th generation mobile internet, photonics, microsystem technology, nanoelectronics, traffic telematics and distributed intelligence. We all use electronic devices on a regular basis – mobile phones, computers, consumer electronics.

Master's degrees

Embedded Systems

[Translate to English:] Drohne

Embedded systems are present in all areas of our life and society. Computers are embedded in cars, trams, medical prostheses, production robots, agricultural machines, cranes, consumer electronics, air conditioning systems and more.

Energy Systems and Automation Technology

[Translate to English:] 3 Roboter

The Master's program in Energy and Automation Technology currently offers two specialization options. In the coming academic year, the two specializations will be offered in the form of two independent master's degree programs, Automation and Robotic Systems and Electrical Power Engineering and Sustainable Energy Systems, which have been completely redesigned in terms of content.

Telecommunications

[Translate to English:] Antennenanlage

Telecommunications deal with the transfer, switching and processing of messages and information. Messages in the form of language, images or data need to be converted into electrical or optical signals.

Microelectronics and Photonics

[Translate to English:] Roter Laser

Microelectronics is the technological basis of our information society. All modern communications and information technology systems are based on this technology, as are components used in automation, consumer electronics, automotive technology, aviation, space travel and technical medicine.

Biomedical Engineering

[Translate to English:] alternative

Biomedical engineering links together life sciences with traditional engineering sciences. Healthcare is placing ever-increasing and more fascinating technical demands on biomedical engineering amidst growing demographic, ethical, ecological and cost pressures.

Computational Science and Engineering

[Translate to English:] Logobild für das Studium Computational Science and Engineering mit Programmcode und graphischen Modellen

The aim of the master’s programme Computational Science and Engineering is to introduce students to  basic knowledge in the field of applied mathematics and informatics and to allow them to further specialize in at least two key areas which can be chosen from a transfaculty course portfolio (in alphabetical order):  Computational Building Science, Computational Chemistry and Material Science, Computational Electronics, Computational Fluid Dynamics and Acoustics, Computational Informatics, Computational Mathematics, Computational Mechatronics, Computational Solid Mechanics. These specializations enable students to complement their previous studies and furthermore allow them to focus on their personal interests and strengths.

Material Sciences

[Translate to English:] Halbleiterlaser-Frequenzkamm

The master's course in Material Sciences aims to provide a broad and fundamental education in the field of the scientific basis of materials, as well as their manufacture, examination, characterisation and application. In addition to such knowledge, graduates should also be capable of assessing and taking account of the societal and ecological dimensions of new materials.

Doctorate

Doctorate in Electrical Engineering

[Translate to English:] Graphik mit Kopf und Gehirn auf blauen Hintergrund der Leiterbahnen darstellen soll

The doctorate at TU Wien essentially comprises the student’s own scientific research output. With the new knowledge gained, an important contribution to the development of science is made. The thesis at the end of the doctorate constitutes the summary of the results of this research.