Master's degree programme, 2 years

Electronic Systems Design

Antenna lab (image) -Photo: Geir Mogen

This programme is taught in English.


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About the programme

This master program is aimed at students with a Bachelor degree in electronics, telecommunications, computer science, robotics, physics or equivalent. 

By choosing a 2 year master's programme in Electronic Systems Design, you will strengthen your professional expertise and gain access to a wider range, and more challenging jobs. You can specialize in fields that reach past areas usually associated with electronics.

Job prospects

With an Electronic Systems Design degree you can work in many industries such as medicine, space technology, oil exploration, underwater technology, acoustics and microchip development. Many international companies have R & D departments in Norway because we educate highly skilled engineers in the field.


Programme components

The Master's programme in Electronic Systems Design is a two-year programme of study totalling 120 credits. You can choose from six programme options:


Councelling

Please contact the Department of Electronic Systems: E-mail

Or visit us on Campus Gløshaugen: Electro-Building B, 4nd floor.


Read about the programme on the Norwegian website

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Facts

Degree: Master of Science in Engineering
Duration: 2 years, 120 ECTS
Programme code: MSELSYS
Restricted admission: Yes
Language of instruction: English

City: Trondheim, Norway
Department: Department of Electronic Systems

This information is relevant for the present academic year.

For all students

Please note that this international programme, Electronic Systems Design, will award all students a degree in Master of Science, and students will not be awarded the title "Sivilingeniør".

Application deadlines

Non-EU/non-EEA students: 
1 December 2017

EU/EEA/Norwegian students: 
1 March 2018

The application portal Søknadsweb opens in mid-October

Do you have questions about your application?

Team members from the Office of International Relations will answer your questions.