Advanced Power Systems
An equilibrium between conventional power systems and green energy.
Even today, as renewable sources are extensively present, most of the electrical energy is still being produced by conventional sources. That’s why the balance of the electrical power system is no longer only the balance between production and consumption. Today we are looking for a balance between conventional and renewable sources of electrical energy, and thus between its price and environmental impacts. In the Advanced Power Systems Master degree programme you will learn how to utilize modern and future ICT technologies to achieve an equilibrium between conventional and renewable power sources.
As a Master of Electrical Engineering with a unique set of skills from this programme, you will not only understand the systems behind complex power systems but also be able to develop and implement improvements on existing supply structure - from environmental politics and power production to power transmission along with end-user consumption.
The study is held in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The country is hidden between the mighty Alps and the calm Adriatic sea. Sure it may not be easy to find it on a map, but you will have a hard time finding a place so small offering so much. The programme Advanced Power Systems takes place at the University of Ljubljana Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Tržaška cesta 25, Ljubljana, Slovenia
- Conventional Energy Sources
- Circuits and Signals in Power Engineering
- Internet Networks I
- Non-Linear Electronic Circuits
Elective Winter Courses
Students must choose one (1) course
- Communication Electronics
- Software for Communications Systems
- Power System Protection and Control
- Mobility and Internet of Things
- Modern Power Supplies
Elective Summer Modules
Students must choose one (1) module
- Power Systems in Decision Support
- Power Engineering
- Alternative Sources of Electrical Energy and Energy Markets
- Information and Communication System Security
- Operations Research in Telecommunications
- Internet Services and Applications
- Power System Dynamic Phenomena
- Increasing Power System Transmission Capacity
Elective Winter Courses
Students must choose one (1) course
- Construction of Electronic Systems
- Power Distribution and Industrial Systems
- Power Quality
- Masters Thesis
Understand and use advanced concepts of power system monitoring, operation, control, and protection. Master how to evaluate and solve complex technical problems related to power engineering technology by applying mathematical and scientific principles.
Advanced power systems extend beyond information technologies and electronics. They will be and already are a large part of energy systems. You will learn how to efficiently take advantage of information and communication technologies and electronics in the field of electrical power engineering.
Understand the business and regulatory landscape that national and multinational power and utility companies must work within. Apply problem-solving techniques to work challenges and make decisions using established engineering principles, methodologies, and tools.
Achieve desired results whilst being mindful of their wider impact. As engineers, you will bear a high level of responsibility. Balance professional, social and environmental responsibility, client demands and their social and environmental consequences.
An electrical power system is a sum of different parts and processes. It takes a group of skilled individuals for it to perform at the highest level. By connecting with experts from various fields you will develop your skills of working in a team.
Attain active written and oral communication both at a high professional level as well as at a non-technical level, depending on the target audience.
How to apply
- Candidates are required to submit their applications online through the eVŠ Portal till 21 August 2020 (recommended deadline for an easier arrangement of documents and accommodation is 30 June 2020).
Print the Application:
- Print and sign the filled out application form and send it with all required documents for recognition of education to address: Faculty of Electrical Engineering UL (Student office), Tržaška cesta 25, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia, as soon as possible. The recommended deadline for an easier arrangement of documents and accommodation is 30 June 2020 (finally deadline is 21 August 2020).
Recognition of Foreign Education for Enrolment:
The recognition procedure is a part of the enrolment procedure. The candidates submit the recognition application together with the study enrolment application (on the online eVŠ portal).
Please enclose the following documents to the printed and signed application from the eVŠ system:
- Original or the duplicate of the final certificate(s), representing general requirement for access to higher education programme cycle in the country of issue, legalized on the basis of:
- the 1961 Hague Convention (at the court with territorial jurisdiction where the certificate or diploma has been issued); with properly filled in apostille form affixed or
- the Authentication of Documents in International Traffic Act
- Photocopy of the original certificate(s) and Certified Slovene or English translation of the certificate(s)
- Annual report cards, transcripts, a diploma supplement or some other evidence on the contents and duration of education - copies of the transcripts must be certified and Certified Slovene or English translation of the certificate(s)
- A short chronological description of the entire education (statement by the applicant)
Send the application along with all other documents to this address:
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Electrical Engineering UL
Tržaška cesta 25
Mrs Katarina Erjavec Drešar
Phone: + 386 1 4762 209 (from 10 AM until 1 PM during working days)
About the School
The University of Ljubljana, founded in 1919, with 23 faculties and 3 art academies, is the oldest and largest higher education, scientific research, and art institution in Slovenia. The University fo ... Read More