Electrical and Electronic Engineering
The Master’s degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering responds to the growing needs of interconnected sectors of science and technology and educates highly competitive researchers and professionals in the fields of electrical and electronic engineering.
In addition to attending regular lectures offered by our internationally acclaimed professors, students gain valuable practical experience with laboratory activities and research projects. This degree covers both theoretical foundations and practical aspects of the discipline.
Students may choose a specialization in:
- microelectronics circuits and systems
- electronic technologies and device-circuit interactions
- internet of things (IoT)
- data science and systems
- signal, image, video and communication
- wireless and photonics circuits and systems
Students are prepared for a wide variety of careers in academia or in industry, such as electronics and microelectronics, information technologies (RF-engineering, photonics, signal and image processing), telecommunications, multimedia, mechatronics, power systems, biomedical instruments, electric drives and aerospace.
The program is an excellent preparation, for both the option of doing a PhD or working in industry.
Simplified study plan
Please note that the information regarding programs’ structure as well as the simplified study plans may be subject to change and that they are not legally binding. Only the official regulations and study plans are binding.
EPFL Bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, or Bachelor’s degree in Electronics, Telecommunications, Computer Science, Physics, Microengineering or any related field with an excellent academic record.
English, some optional courses in French.
Diploma and title obtained
Upon completion of their Master’s curricula, students obtain an EPFL Master of Science MSc in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. The diploma also gives graduates the right to use the title of EPF qualified electrical Engineer.