School of Electrical Engineering
Electrifying the Future
Find solutions to issues related to sustainability and human well-being - apply to our master's programmes on 30 Nov 2023 - 2 Jan 2024.
Care robots, speech recognition, micromaterials, galaxies near and far away – the School of Electrical Engineering is so much more than electricity and smart power grids, as we study many topics you might not initially associate with the electrical industry. We take part in solving the great challenges humanity is facing, such as climate change, the depletion of natural resources and an aging population.
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Study at the School of Electrical Engineering
Electricity is everywhere, and our society would not function without it. As a student at the School of Electrical Engineering, you can find solutions to issues related to sustainable development and human well-being.
Get to know our research: our departments and Metsähovi Radio Observatory
Our research is based on excellent cooperation, and we have exceptionally good connections to the business world. Here at the School of Electrical Engineering our students and researchers get a chance to roll up their sleeves, because we conduct a lot of applied research in addition to theoretical research. Our investments in first-class facilities and research equipment ensure that our hard work will help society evolve.
The School of Electrical Engineering has three departments and one separate unite.
Our key figures
Since 2010 the amount of our professors has risen from 35 to 60 professors (+71%).
Our personnel consists of 700 people.
Number of students. (Full-time equivalent students and the doctoral students.)
204 Bachelor’s degrees in 2022.
183 Master’s degrees in 2022.
29 Doctoral degrees in 2022.
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In electrical engineering you can build a more responsible and smarter future
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