The master's degree in Electronic Engineering provides graduates with a broad profile that includes skills and expertise in power, analogue and RF electronics, instrumentation and sensors, digital systems, micro and nanotechnologies, and microelectronics. After the compulsory subject area, students can choose from a wide variety of subjects in order to acquire a general profile, specialise in a field or engage in research and pursue a doctoral degree. As a result, this master’s degree caters for the needs of two types of students: those who wish to focus on a professional career and those looking to pursue a doctoral degree in Electronic Engineering.
The aim is for the graduates to enter modern industry as benchmark professionals in a new multidisciplinary work and production scenario. To increase their employability, students can take both the master’s thesis and some of the ECTS credits for optional subjects in a company or laboratory.
MEE has a strong international character. It is taught entirely in English and attracts a large number of students from other countries.
The master's degree in Electronic Engineering is associated to content with a high labor demand.
Given the cross-disciplinary nature of electronics, graduates of this degree may pursue careers in a broad range of sectors related to electronic technology.
The master program comprises 45 ECTS of core subjects, 45 ECTS of elective subjects
and a master thesis of 30 ECTS. Students may choose to take one of the academic
pathways with intensification in one of the following topics: Energy Management,
Micro and NanoTechnologies, Integrated Systems and Biomedical Engineering and Sensors.
Two academic years, 120 ECTS credits.
Starting September and February
Approximate fees for the master’s degree, excluding degree certificate fee, 7.904 € (11.856 € for non-EU residents).
Afternoons. Face-to-face and blended learning.
Holders of a degree, or students in the last year of studies of a degree, can apply for admission
to the master in Electronic Engineering. An official degree certificate is necessary the day of
registration, in September. Please check the
general academic requirements for master's degrees at UPC-Barcelona
Holders of a degree in:
Further information can be found on Barcelona School of Telecommunications Engineering (ETSETB)
The Academic year consists in 2 semesters, for a more detailed information check the following link
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Academic coordination: Isidro Martín García
Contact mail: email@example.com
The master in Electronic Engineering is offered at the
Escola Tècnica Superior d'enginyeria de Telecomunicació de Barcelona (ETSETB),
member of Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - BarcelonaTech (UPC).