Master's Programme in Automation and Electrical Engineering
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The programme has three majors from which students choose one:
- Control, Robotics and Autonomous Systems
- Electrical Power and Energy Engineering
- Electronic and Digital Systems
The Master of Science degree consists of 120 ECTS and is recommended to be completed within two years of full-time studies. All the majors consist of 65 ECTS of studies. Master's Programme in Automation and Electrical Engineering is organized by the School of Electrical Engineering (department of Electrical Engineering and Automation).
Free online course "Using CSC computing environment efficiently" 12.–14.4.2023Registration 29 March at the latest.
An inspection of the study environment of Aalto university's campusAll students are invited to answer the anonymous well-being survey from March 27 to April 11.
Napping pods to the campus - suggest the places for themNapping pods will be installed on the campus during spring-summer 2023.
Aalto University Open University's summer courses for degree studentsIf you are an attending degree student at Aalto University, it is possible to attend some Aalto University Open University summer courses for free of charge during summer 2023.
Solve the SDGs 2023A hackathon on two continents for one purpose: building a better tomorrow. Apply by Friday 17.3. to join!
Continuing studies in AEE programme: Instructions for Bachelors students at Aalto University
If you have completed Bachelor's degree in Aalto University, you don't have to apply to Master's programme. You can find here information how to continue in this Master's programme.
Automation and Electrical Engineering, Master of Science (Technology)
The Master’s Programme in Automation and Electrical Engineering prepares its graduates to perform in the intersection between hardware and software, ranging from the fields of Electrical Engineering and Energy sectors to Biomedical Engineering, Control Engineering and Robotics. Drawing from extensive research and fundamental theories in mathematical and natural sciences, the programme focuses on the applicable side of technologies, including topics like Autonomous Systems, Health Technology, Smart Grids and Renewable Energy Solutions.