Imagine, design and implement innovative systems in constantly changing areas.
The training of electrical engineer leads to versatile knowledge in:
- Present trends: electrical machines, power electronics, smart grids, new energies, electric vehicles
- Continuing trends: telecommunications, signal processing, electronics, automation, computer networks, embedded systems, bioengineering.
Electrical engineers can adapt to fast-changing domains (e.g. multimedia, telecommunications, biotechnology and new energy) while constantly focusing on innovation and responsiveness. Team projects provide essential skills: leadership, time management and conflict management. The Master’s dissertation enables the electrical engineer to achieve results from a long and complex project and to exceed their limits.
Link to the programme of the Masters courses maintained on a transitional basis:
- Master’s in Electrical Engineering: Specialist Focus on Data Science for Dynamical Systems (Mons)
- Master’s in Electrical Engineering: Specialist Focus on Artificial Intelligence and Smart Communication (Mons)
- Master’s in Electrical Engineering: Specialist Focus on Electrical Energy and Smart Grids (Mons)