This course provides students with the expertise and methods they need for an independent professional career in specific fields within electrical engineering.
The Master's degree in Electrical Engineering builds on and extends existing knowledge in the field. You can freely choose and combine modules from the three advanced subjects of general electrical engineering, microelectronics and communication technology, and systems engineering, according to your own interests.
The international master's program Electrical Engineering gives you the opportunity to expand your knowledge acquired during your Bachelor studies in one of the two major fields of study
- Power Engineering (Elektrische Energietechnik) or
- Information Technology (Informationstechnologie).
Both are internationally recognized domains with a steadily growing demand for graduates.
Power Engineering (Elektrische Energietechnik) involves the generation, transmission, conversion and application of electrical energy. Additional to the basics, this field includes the energy production from renewable sources, such as Bioenergy and wind turbines, construction, operation and control of electrical drive systems, and the associated high temperature electronics.
Information Technology (Informationstechnologie) is primarily concerned with the processing and transmission of digital information. It spans from digital signal processing and data transmission over circuit design, embedded and multi-processor systems up to mobile and wireless communication systems.
The international Master's program Electrical Engineering gives you the opportunity to expand your knowledge aquired during your Bachelor studies in one of the two major fields of study:
1. Electrical Power Engineering involves generation, transmission, conversion and application of electrical energy.
2. Information Technology is primarily concerned with the procession and transmission of digital information.
It is possible to study the entire course in English. Some lectures are offered in German, but these are additional options. However, there are obligatory classes on the German language.
Procedure of study:
In the first two terms, students select modules in accordance to the selected major field of study. In the third term, the students further focus on their major field of study by selecting a specialization module. The fourth semester is reserved for the master thesis.
The university master's degree in the field of Electrical Engineering offers the best opportunities to get a conductive or research-based engineering job in Germany and over the world. The rapidly increasing demand for engineers in the fields of electrical engineering, computer science and information processing opens up prospects for the future with good job opportunities and excellent career opportunities.
- Mother tongue English or proof of sufficient English language skills (proof not older than two years): TOEFL IBT with at least 94 points or IELTS with at least 7,0 points
- a first professional qualification in electrical engineering with at least 180 credit points or another equivalent qualification
- degree with at least 85 % of the CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average) or with a different grading system with a comparable grade or Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) with at least 500 points
- Evidence of in-depth knowledge of the following subject areas must be provided: Electromagnetic Fields and Waves (at least 3 credit points), Mathematics (at least 18 credit points), Programming / Practical Computer Science (at least 6 credit points)
- proof of profound knowledge: Electromagnetic Fields and Waves (at least 3 credit points), Mathematics (at least 18 credit points), Programming / Practical Computer Science (at least 6 credit points)
This degree program is not restricted to admission (no numerus clausus).
Prospective students from the University of Rostock
An application is not required.
Enrollment takes place online in the registration portal of the University of Rostock:
- from August 1st to September 30th for the next winter semester or
- from February 1st to March 31st for the next summer semester
- enrollment for masters courses (including description form) (Uni-Web)
Prospective students from Germany
An application is not required.
Enrollment is online in the enrollment portal of the University of Rostock:
- from the 1st of August to the 30st of September for the next winter semester or
- from the 1st of February to the 31st of March for the next summer semester
- enrollment for masters courses (Uni-Web)
Please also note the information on the application.
International prospective students must be in the period
- from the 1st of April to the 31th of May for the next winter semester or
- from the 1st of October to the 30th of November for the next summer semester
apply online at UniAssist and then enroll in the degree program at the University of Rostock upon receipt of the admission letter. More information can be found on the Website of the University of Rostock below.
- Application for the study courses of the faculty of Computational Science and Electrical Engineering via Uni Assist
- master courses for international students
- full-time degree program information for non-German prospective students
Application: application via Uni-Assist, see www.uni-assist.de
Further information can be found here:
University of Rostock
Faculty of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Departmental student advisory service of the faculty
Student advisory service Electrical Engineering
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hans-Günter Eckel
Albert-Einstein-Straße 2, 18059 Rostock, GERMANY
seminar building, room 016
fon: +49 (0)381 - 498 7006
Study Office and Examination Office Electrical Engineering
Albert-Einstein-Straße 26, 18059 Rostock, GERMANY
Tel.: +49 (0)381 - 498 7006
More information at the faculty website:
Student Service Center (SSC) of the University of Rostock
Info service in the SSC: Central contact point for prospective students and students
The Student Service Center brings together all the important information and advice offered by various institutions for prospective students and students. Those seeking advice should first contact the info service. If necessary, referrals are made here or an individual consultation appointment is arranged.
Parkstraße 6, 18057 Rostock, GERMANY, room / Raum 024
fon: +49 (0)381 - 498 1230
contact and office gours: Student Service Center (SSC) of the University of Rostock – Homepage