The modern world is almost unthinkable without electrical engineering. It provides solutions in key technological areas such as energy supply, communication or healthcare. In the Master's Programme in Electrical Engineering, students are given the opportunity to implement newly developed technologies and are encouraged to combine their own creativity with scientific knowledge in theory and practice.
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.
Please note: the language of instruction for some courses of this programme is also German.
Diplom-Ingenieurin/Diplom-Ingenieur (Dipl.-Ing. or DI)
4 semesters/120 ECTS-Credits
Mode of Study
Relevant bachelor's degree or equivalent, language certificates
CurriculumInformation on the curriculum
The right degree for me?
- Electrical machines and components, circuits for control, measurement, regulation, communication and computer technology, technical computer science.
- Cross-connections to physics, mathematics, computer science, mechanical engineering, materials science, biology and medicine
- Two specializations: "Power electronics, drive technology and energy technology" and "Control engineering, measurement technology and robotics".
- Close collaborations between teachers, students and industrial companies
- Interdisciplinary student projects: Campus Tirol Motorsport, RoboCup@Work
My career opportunities
- In industrial and commercial companies (e.g. medical technology, automation technology, vehicle construction including supplier industry, electrical power supply, information and communication technology, electronics development)
- Freelance as a civil engineer (state authorized and sworn)
- In teaching and research institutions