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Electrical/Electronic Engineering

BSc Electrical and Electronic Engineering

3.5 years

€0 pa

Programme profile

Today's information society is based on the processing and passing on of information. Without electronics this would not be possible. For decades, all important technical innovations have contained a substantial amount of electronics. Without this, the internet, mobile phones, comfort functions in automobiles, efficient household appliances and low-priced automatically manufactured products of all kinds would not be conceivable. 80% of all innovations in automotive manufacture are today based on the employment of modern electronics. This programme will equip graduates with the skills and competencies to be at the centre of these innovations.

Programme content

Basic knowledge will be taught in the first three semesters. Following this, knowledge will be intensified in semester four and five. At the same time, selections of optional courses are made to form a study profile.

The practical semester or the study semester abroad will follow in semester six. The seventh and last semester is for writing the undergraduate thesis. Here, we will also attach great importance to practical relevance and support any co-operation with the free economy. Furthermore, necessary skills for writing a thesis will be provided in block courses. Finally, studies will be completed with an academic conference.


The university currently offers no related Masters programme, taught through English

Entry Requirements

3 A-levels, inc Maths and a subject relevant to this programme.

IB students must present Higher Level Maths

Six subjects at Leaving Certificate (inc 2 x H5, one of which must be Maths). At least one subject to be relevant to programme you are applying for.

IB students must present Higher Level Maths




Note, there are no tuition fees but there is a semester fee of some EUR251, to cover admin expenses

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15 July