Master’s Degree Program
Power Electronics and Microelectronics
The curriculum of this degree program was designed to reflect the current requirements of industry in terms of the development of electronic components and electronic systems. One major shortcoming of conventional degree programs is that analog circuitry is inadequately covered. As a rule sensor signals are recorded in analog form, and so the processing of analog signals is of great significance. Therefore, the design of analog integrated circuits forms one of the core areas of this program. The program also focuses on power electronics and digital systems. This means that graduates are particularly competent in developing electronic components and systems in industry.
Admission requirements are a completed Bachelor's or Diplom degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechatronics, or a related technical field of study. The academic title Master of Science (M.Sc.) is awarded after a study period of four semesters.
An important special feature of this program is that the development laboratories and production facilities of the Robert Bosch GmbH are close by and can be used for teaching purposes.
Fees: There are no tuition fees. The administrative fees are as follows:
Summer Semester 2018: 158,80 Euros per Semester (88,80 Euros for exchange students)
Winter Semester 2018/19: 163,80 Euros per Semester (93,80 Euros for exchange students)
As an international student of a higher education institute in Baden-Württemberg you are generally obliged to pay tuition fees of EUR 1,500 per semester. More Information about the fees for international students can be found on the university website.
The language of instruction in this study program is German. This is why you need a proof of your German language skills in order to apply.
How to apply
More information about the application process can be found here: Application