Master’s degree programme, 2 years, Trondheim

Electronic Systems Design

Antenna lab (image) -Photo: Geir Mogen

This programme is taught in English.


New student 2019

5 - 16 August: Introductory course (for Norwegian students only)

Forberedende kurs for nye studenter.

Disse dekker viktige forkunnskaper for det 2-årige masterprogramet i Electronic Systems Design og som ofte ikke er tilstrekkelig dekket gjennom ingeniørutdanningen.

13 - 16 August: Orientation week (for international students only)

We strongly encourage all new international students to attend Orientation Week. It is an ideal opportunity for you to get to know NTNU and Trondheim.

12 August: Matriculation ceremony and Information Meeting

9.30-11.30: Matriculation Ceremony
Place: The lawn behind the Main Building

The matriculation ceremony is an enrolment ceremony for all new students at NTNU. The Ceremony consists of speeches and entertainment and is mandatory for all new students at NTNU.

Fadderuka (Buddy System)

Join Fadderuka (Norwegian page only) - it will give you an easier start of the first weeks at NTNU. All new students can attend and you will get to know your fellow students from day one.

If you have been approved as a student, it is vital that you check your e-mail. There you will get more information about registration and events. If you have any questions, please contact faddersjef@omega.ntnu.no

14.15 Information meeting

An information meeting will be held for all students starting on the 2-year Master Programme Electronic Systems Design (MSELSYS).  In addition a ‘’socializing’' lunch/dinner will be arranged for you.

Location will be announced.

13 August: Getting-Started-Day

The Getting-Started-Day (Norwegian web-site only) is organized on Tuesday, August 13th, between 10.00 – 14.00.

You can use the day to meet student organizations and student counselors, as well as practical tasks at the start of study such as obtaining Student ID.

Take a trip to the campus and find out where the different buildings are, where you are going to meet for teaching, sor studying, for lunch and more. Between 10:00 - 14:00 you can:

Come when you want
Ask what you want
Talk to who you want

It is YOU who decide, it is YOU who ask! 

The Getting-Started-Day is not mandatory.

Practical information

Arrival checlist

Manage your studies

How to get to NTNU

Local bus

Airbus transport

How to get from the airport to Trondheim and the student villages.

Maze Map

Download app for mobile and tablet

Fadderuka (Buddy System)

Join Fadderuka (Norwegian page only) - it will give you an easier start of the first weeks at NTNU. All new students can attend and you will get to know your fellow students from day one.

Dive right into the social study environment, meet new friends and get an effective guided tour in the jungle of activities and opportunities.

If you have been approved as a student, it is vital that you check your e-mail. There you will get more information about registration and events. If you have any questions, please contact faddersjef@omega.ntnu.no

If you still have questions regarding the fraternity or how it is to be a student in Trondheim, check out the website of Sct. Omega Broderskap or send an e-mail to hs@omega.ntnu.no.

We look forward to seeing you!

Semester start

The semester will officially start on Monday 20 August. Check the course websites for more information about the first lecture in each courses.

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 broader range, and more challenging jobs. You can specialize in fields that reach past areas usually associated with electronics.


Dual degree in Electronic systems at NTNU and TU-BERLIN

The Dual Degree programme between NTNU in Trondheim, Norway, and TUB is a two-year Master's double degree. Students that successfully complete the programme will be awarded a Master Degree in Electronic Systems Design from NTNU and a Master Degree in Computer Engineering from TUB.

Up to five students from Electronic Systems Design will be able to participate in the programme each year.


Admission

Program Prerequisites and Application procedures

Programme components

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


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.


Councelling

Please contact the Department of Electronic Systems: E-mail

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

Learning Outcome

Candidates from the programme Electronic Systems Design will be technological problem solvers with relevance to important social challenges. This means that they have the technology- and methodological expertise, and insight into selected current application areas and how electronic solutions are included in these applications.

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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

How to apply

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 2018

EU/EEA students: 
1 March 2019

Norwegian/Nordic students:
15 April 2019

The application portal is now open


Questions

  Please see our FAQ
Group for EU applicants
Group for non-EU applicants