The Master Degree in Electronics Engineering (MDEE), which is part of the EE master degree programme, is held entirely in English and provides students with advanced concepts, professional training and specific engineering skills, enabling them to address complex issues requiring analysis, development, simulation and optimization in a wide range of electronic-related topics.
The MDEE foresees the following schedule. In year one students acquire knowledge related to major areas of electronic digital systems, integrated components, microwave circuits, radiofrequency systems and advanced communications together with mathematical advanced topics. During the second year students can select follow-up courses about multidisciplinary laboratory of electronics and from a wide range of topics directly related to Electronics Engineering.
The MDEE is limited to 25 available positions.
The selection process requires:
- the general documents about the university MDEE of the candidate including the list of exams with their subjects, the corresponding grades, the Bachelor final thesis showing a strong background in mathematics (calculus, algebra, analysis) and physics (classical and modern), chemistry and electrical measurements, computer programming, analog and digital electronics, electromagnetic fields and antennas, Communication theory and engineering and control theory;
- the IELTS (International English Language Testing System) or TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) English Language proficiency certification [certified minimum level B2 or equivalent is required].
The submission of the following documents is strongly recommended and will constitute a positive element in the evaluation for admission to the programme:
- Cumulative Weighted Grade Point Average (CGPA)
- GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) General test, or Subject Tests in Mathematics or Physics.
- Admission test grades either general or specific for Electronics Engineering, as for instance GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) for Electronics Engineering (EE), will be also taken into consideration.
The MDEE Selection Committee may request an interview with the prospective students via Skype or other services.
MDEE SELECTION PROCESS
The selection process is formed by three phases with the following schedule:
- November 1, 2017: pre-enrolment opens. 1st selection phase
- December 1-15, 2017: first selection phase. Letters of acceptance are sent to the best candidates who have applied in November. Unselected applicants will be considered for the second selection phase. 2nd selection phase
- February 1-15, 2018: second selection phase. Letters of acceptance are sent to the best candidates who have applied from 1 December to 31 January or who have not been selected in the first phase.
- April 15, 2018: pre-enrolment for NON-EU students closes. 3rd selection phase
- April 16-30, 2018: third selection phase. Letters of acceptance are sent to the best candidates who have applied from 1 February to 15 April or who have not been selected in the first and second phase.
- May 31, 2018: pre-enrolment for EU students closes.
- June 1-15, 2018: Letters of acceptance are sent to the best EU candidates who have applied from 15 April to 31 May.