Bachelor’s Programme Electrical Engineering

Are you interested in electrical engineering systems and their links to physics, mathematics, computer science, mechanical engineering, materials science, biology and medicine?

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Our modern society is based on electrotechnical systems. They enable our current communication and information technologies or automated production in factories, while they also offer solutions for critical challenges facing our society, such as e-mobility and the efficient and environmentally friendly production, transmission and storage of energy.

Please note: the language of instruction for this programme is German.

This programme is carried out in conjunction with the Private University for Health Sciences, Medical Informatics and Technology (UMIT TIROL) in Hall. Students have to enrol at the UMIT TIROL first – tuition fees will be charged – and then at the University of Innsbruck.


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UC 033 235

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The graduates are qualified to develop, evaluate and apply scientific advances in electrical engineering as well as to apply the acquired competences interdisciplinary. They have scientifically sound theory and method-based problem-solving skills, with the help of which they are able to handle demanding questions of professional practice.

The Bachelor’s Programme in Electrical Engineering is a joint study programme of the UMIT TIROL and the University of Innsbruck (LFU).

Electrical engineering has become indispensable in our digitised world. It covers research and development as well as production technology of systems, processes, devices and products that are at least partly based on electrical energy. The broad scope of application ranges from transducers to electrical machines and components as well as circuits for control, measurement, control, message and computer technology up to technical computer science.

Within the scope of the Bachelor’s Programme in Electrical Engineering, students acquire knowledge built on the latest findings of the discipline. Both scientific and engineering fields of expertise are developed and promoted through university education. In industrial projects and stays abroad social skills can be specially trained.

A central element of the Bachelor’s Programme in Electrical engineering is its focus on sustainability and relevance of knowledge and skills. That is why the imparting of knowledge and competences in scientific methods is given priority over often short-lived special knowledge.

Graduates of the Bachelor’s Programme in Electrical Engineering have a wide range of areas of responsibility and career opportunities. Because of their university education, they are in particular qualified to take up demanding work in different fields of electrical technology in industry and commercial businesses. Moreover, graduates of the Bachelor’s Programme are also qualified for a subject-specific Master’s programme.

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From the field

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