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Electronics Engineering

PROGRAMME TYPE

PLACE OF TEACHING

Laurea Magistrale (Second cycle degree/Two year Master - 120 ECTS) 

Brescia

LANGUAGE

ADMISSION TYPOLOGY

Italian Verification of curricular and personal training requirements, as specified by the Teaching Regulation of the study programme.

DEGREE PROGRAMME CLASS

STRUCTURE

LM-29 - Electronic Engineering

Department of Information Engineering

DEGREE PROGRAMME DIRECTOR

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

Zsolt KOVACS Study Programme Sheet
Why study Electronics Engineering at the University of Brescia?
  • Nowadays electronic systems are found everywhere, both in well-known devices, such as mobile phones, tablets and computers, and in less conventional items like light bulbs, clothes and shoes. This Study Programme allows to turn an innovative and exclusive idea into a concrete and productive reality.

  • To understand and apply modern electronic technology enabling to manufacture increasingly compact, smart, low-cost and web-connected systems.

  • To be able to design both electronic systems based on already existing components, by correctly linking them together and programming them and assembling components into built-in circuits or innovative sensors.

  • To be able to access the world of work in the modern electronics industry. In fact, despite the crisis over the last years, all graduates from this Master’s Degree Programme in Electronics Engineering have found work quickly, often even before being awarded the Master’s Degree.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

The characteristic professional outlets for graduates from the Master’s Degree Programme in Electronics Engineering are: innovation and development in manufacturing, advanced design, planning and programming; management of complex systems and of basic and applied research, with a particular focus on measurement and control electronic instrumentation; process control systems, elementary and/or complex components and integrated systems for the processing and treatment of electric signals.

FURTHER STUDY

Second Level Master's Courses and PhD Programmes