"People’s well-being, industrial competitiveness, and the overall functioning of society are dependent on safe, secure, sustainable, and affordable energy. The energy infrastructure which will power citizens’ homes, industry, and services in 2050, as well as the buildings which people will use, are being designed and built now. The pattern of energy production and use in 2050 is already being set."
(Extract from Energy Roadmap 2050 by the European Commission)
We are proud to announce that starting a.a. 2021/2022, our MSc in Electrical Engineering will be offered in English. The Master of Science in Electrical Engineering has been successfully offered by the Faculty of Engineering for the last 50 years. Later the globalized context, in which most companies in the technology field have strong international interactions, has been the needed input to change the main language of the teaching of this course.
This update will build the foundation for a global context, both in terms of language skills and in terms of technical terminology, and simply ensuring a more intercultural study environment.
What Do our Electrical Engineers graduates Do?
Our MSc allows the student to gain personal experience in the use of experimental investigation tools, professional computing environments for the numerical simulation of the phenomena studied techniques for designing electrical systems and industrial automation.
The Power of Electricity
Electrical Engineering has as its main areas of interest the generation, transport, and use of electricity, to meet the energy needs of the industrial, residential, and tertiary sectors. The growing interest in the rational management of energy resources makes it essential to acquire skills regarding the exploitation of alternative energy sources, such as renewables and energy storage. All the programs offered by our faculty include extended laboratory activities, seminars, and tutorials taught by industry leaders and visiting professors from all over the world.
There are 4 main requirements:
a bachelor degree in Engineering
an engineering background proved by your transcripts
English knowledge at B2 level
a strong final ranking/current average
Are you an Italian citizen? Is your bachelor's awarded by an Italian institution? If the answer to both questions is YES, the Italian students’ section is for you!
Are you a non-EU or EU national? Is your bachelor's degree awarded by a non-Italian institution? If the answer to both questions is YES, you need to apply before you can enrol in this course. We only enrol a maximum of 40 non-EU students per academic year and we give priority to those who accept our unconditional offer.
Non-EU students’ enrollment
We only enrol a maximum of 40 non-EU students per academic year and we give priority to those who accept our unconditional offer following the instructions that we publish each year on our faculty website.
EU students’ enrollment
We do not have a maximum of EU nationals that we are allowed to enrol. All students with an unconditional offer may proceed to enrollment.
Students can decide to attend classes on university premises or online. The student’s class schedule is available on the Faculty of Engineering website.
The number of students on-premises for each class has to comply with the number fixed by COVID health directives, this is why is it mandatory for all students to be registered and declare that they wish to attend on-premises.
Online broadcasting and recording using ZOOM
Video available to students for off-line broadcast
Online storage for course materials and videos on our own KIRO PLATFORM
However, we do believe that your international learning experience is not complete just with online learning. Our town offers libraries, museums, a scientific community and an international environment which is priceless. We do believe that our core values are attending on-premises as long as it is safe.