|Master of Science
|Language of Instruction
|Summer term: Anfang November - 30. November (SoSe 23: verlängert bis 15. Januar)
Winter term: Anfang Mai - 15. Juni
Bachelor's degree in electronics, electrical engineering, optics, optoelectronics, precision engineering, mechatronics or computer science or a related subject with an above-average degree
|Postgradual Study (Master)
|Consecutive Degree Programme
|Pre-study Internship Required
|The semester fee of €132 is made up of an administration fee of €70, a contribution of €50 to the Studierendenwerk Ulm and a contribution of €12 to the student body.
The idea behind the Advanced Systems Design research master's program is to conduct your own research and advance your own department in scientific issues. Thanks to its practical orientation, you will work directly in the research group and in close cooperation with the supervising professors on exciting issues in the fields of electrical engineering, optoelectronics and optics or mechatronics.
The wide range of research on offer gives you the opportunity to shape your professional profile and your personal interests in an industry-relevant and future-oriented field of work. You will learn during your studies:
- Structure complex research and development tasks independently, develop solutions and evaluate them critically,
- Present work results competently and publish them scientifically,
- Successfully plan and manage larger research and development projects.
Bachelor's degree with at least 7 semesters standard period of study (210 CP):
A professionally qualifying university degree (Bachelor's degree, Diplom degree or equivalent) in, for example, electronics, electrical engineering, optics, optoelectronics, precision engineering, mechatronics and computer science or a related subject with an above-average degree (usually with a grade of at least 2.5) and with at least 210 ECTS credit points.
Bachelor's degree with a standard period of study of at least 8 semesters (less than 210 CP):
Applicants with a university degree with an above-average grade (usually with a grade of at least 2.5) and at least 180 ECTS credit points but less than 210 ECTS credit points will only be admitted on the condition that they acquire the difference up to the required 210 ECTS credit points during the Master's program. The Examination Board decides in what form the additional credits are to be earned and whether additional subjects from the Diplom/Bachelor's degree course are recognized. In this case, the degree course is generally extended by one semester.
Completion of a selection procedure with preparation of a selected topic
- Excellent career opportunities in industrial research and development, project planning, manufacturing and quality assurance.
- In-depth expertise in a current R&D topic
- The know-how to independently plan and carry out the entire development process of an industrial product, from modeling and simulation to prototype construction and validation of the measurement results.
- An excellent basis for doctoral studies.