Second cycle degree in

Electrical engineering

Class: LM-28 - Electrical engineering

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Class LM-28 - Electrical engineering
Duration 2 years
Branch Padova
Language English
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Tuition fees and scholarships
Programme coordinator PAOLO BETTINI
Access Open access with admission requirements

Call for applications (international students) - A.Y. 2024/25:

  • 1st Call: 2 November 2023 - 2 February 2024
  • 2nd Call: 2 March - 2 May 2024 - APPLICATION PLATFORM
  • 3rd Call (ONLY EU and equated students): 2 June - 2 August 2024

Characterized by its flexibility and ubiquitous use, electricity plays a primary role in the economic and social development during the fast growth of our industrial and social systems. Focused on generation, transport, management and use of electrical energy, the course in Electrical Engineering aims to train professional figures with flexibility and adaptability in the design and construction of electrical equipment and systems. Learn about industrial and service activities where the use of electrical energy represents a significant aspect. Electrical Engineering Course graduates may pursue an academic career or work for research bodies in the management of both conventional and innovative electrical generation systems, networks, and devices.

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Characteristics and objectives
Electrical energy engineering deals with the generation, transport, management and use of electricity. The Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering offers a broad range of multidisciplinary knowledge and skills that include not only specific technical skills but also a strategic vision required to successfully tackle the technological and socio-economic challenges of the next future. It is recognized that electricity will play a primary role in economic and social development, with increasing importance in industrial societies, due to its very high flexibility and ubiquity of use.

Occupational opportunities
The main employment opportunities are in the field of design and supervision to the realization of electrical systems and components, management of complex electrical plants and systems, both in consulting firms, and in manufacturing or service companies, in public administrations, and research institutions.

Master's graduates will be able to find employment in industries in the following sectors: electromechanical, electrical components, power electronics applications and industrial automation; manufacturing industries in non-electrical sectors in which there are processes related to the use of electrical energy, including the integration of generation from renewable sources, cogeneration systems and energy storage systems; public and private entities for the management of electrical generation systems, networks and devices, both conventional and innovative, at local, regional, national, and international level; engineering, consulting and professional firms for the design and management of systems and processes in the field of energy, automation, and communication; Universities and research institutions in the electrical and energy sector at national and international levels.

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