Electrical Engineering, BSc

Faculty: Science and Technology
Academic discipline: Engineering Science
Qualification: Electrical Engineer

Starting date: September

Language requirements: English language proficiency (TOEFL 513 /IELTS 5.5/oral examination)
Academic requirements: high school certificate; entrance examination in mathematics and physics (written and oral)

Duration: 7 semesters
ECTS credits: 210 
Tuition fee: 7,000 USD/year
Other fees: application fee 150 USD, entrance procedure fee 350 USD

Short description: 
The program provides a comprehensive education that prepares students for a successful engineering practice and/or advanced studies. Students learn about the basic physical laws governing our environment, about material science and technology at the micro- and nanometer level, as well as mathematics and informatics. They acquire practical knowledge in computer engineering and electronic technology, microelectronics and energy systems, optical materials and automation. Apart from basic and applied knowledge, students will be trained in e-commerce, planning, and solving and managing problems efficiently.
Lecture, seminar: 52%
Practice: 48%
Main subjects typically include (this list is indicative and may change):
Year Main subjects
1 Mathematics, Physics, Materials Science for Electrical Engineering, Informatics, Programming, Electricity, Introduction to Measurements and Instrumentation, Electronics
2 Mathematics, Basic Environmental Science, Introduction to Economics, EU Studies, Introduction to LabVIEW Programming, Electricity, Electronics, Digital Electronics, Fundamentals of Civil Law, Measurements and Instrumentation, Basics of Circuit Simulation and Design, Intermediate Basic Exam in Electrical Engineering, Microelectronics, Automation
3 Fundamentals of Civil Law, Electronic Technology, Automation, Telecommunication, Electric Power Systems, Intellectual Property Protection, Production and Quality Management
4 Economics of Enterprises, Thesis


Internship, practice: The summer practice should be carried out at an external professional institution.

More information about the program can be found here. You can see the curriculum of the program here.

Career prospects: An electrical engineer designs, develops and maintains electrical control systems and components according to required specifications. Graduates can occupy a variety of roles in engineering consultancies, manufacturing, automotive and railway engineering, steel manufacturing, or water companies. Most electrical engineers work in multidisciplinary project teams, which are likely to include engineers from other specialist areas as well as architects, marketing and sales staff, manufacturers, technicians and customer service personnel.

"There are numerous research opportunities even at the Bachelor level and students get to display their creativity and translate theoretical knowledge into practical projects via Engineering Fairs and Exhibitions organized all year round by the University. This offers excellent industry exposure and creates prospective job opportunities for students as well." (Muhammad, Electrical Engineering student from Pakistan)

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