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Master of science in Electrical Engineering

  • academic year
    2019-2020
Master of science in Electrical Engineering

This formation is taught in english.

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  • Programme title
    Master of science in Electrical Engineering
  • Programme mnemonic
    MA-IREL
  • Programme organised by
    • Brussels School of Engineering
    • Bruface
  • Degree type
    Masters 120 credits
  • Tier
    2nd cycle
  • Field and branch of study
    Sciences and technics/Engineering sciences
  • Schedule type
    Daytime
  • Languages of instruction
    english
  • Theoretical programme duration
    2 years
  • Campus
    Other campus/Solbosch
  • Category / Topic
    Sciences and technics - Sciences and technics
  • Jury President
    Pierre-Etienne LABEAU
  • Jury Secretaries
    Johan GYSELINCK and Simon-Pierre GORZA

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General information

Degree type

Masters 120 crédits

Theoretical programme duration

2 years

Learning language(s)

english

Schedule type

Daytime

Campus

Other campus/Solbosch

Category(ies) - Topic(s)

Sciences and technics - Sciences and technics

Organising faculty(s) and university(ies)
Infor-études

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Presentation

Electrical engineers trained at the ULB are well placed to respond to market needs from technical consultants, companies, administration departments and research centres. They are capable of analysing and setting up complex industrial processes, i.e. measuring physical quantities for electricity and transporting it remotely, drawing up control algorithms, assessing system failure risks and detecting them when they occur, creating human-machine interfaces and measuring the impact of devices they create on other electrical systems and the environment. Their training means that they can contribute to meeting the challenge of supplying constant high-quality electrical energy and of finding the most rational way to use it. Electricity is also an information vector (for data, voice communication and image transfer) in industrial processes and in our daily lives and this information needs to be produced, processed and transported. Electrical engineers possess a solid grounding in areas related to their field, such as electrotechnics, automatic control, instrumentation, signal processing, microelectronics, telecommunications, real time information technology and mathematics.

ated to their field, such as electrotechnics, automatic control, instrumentation, signal processing, microelectronics, telecommunications, real time information technology and mathematics.

The pedagogical methods used encourage students to develop cross-cutting skills in project management, for example, the ability to work independently or as part of a team, and strong oral and written communication skills.

The aim of the ULB's course in electrical engineering is to maintain as broad a programme as possible over four years and then to offer options enabling students to increase their knowledge of a more specific area.. A 12-week internship can be carried out at the beginning of the second year of the master. Which also has an international dimension through a range of opportunities for students to go on Erasmus exchanges and good contact with the VUB.

Numerous Erasmus possibilities

This Master is part of Bruface (Master of Sc. in Electronics and Information Technology Engineering)

Access conditions

Programme

The Master is defined around 4 axes:

  • Electronics and microelectronics

  • Telecommunication

  • Multimedia

  • Automatic control