The standard study period is 2 years with 120 ECTS. International M.Sc. programs “Mechatronics” and “Engineering of Interactive Systems” are taught in English in cooperation with foreign universities from Germany and France. They are open for full-time students only. At the end of the course the student has to pass the Final State Exam and defend his or her Master Thesis. After successful completion he or she gets title “Ingenieur” (in abbreviation Ing., equivalent M.Sc. or Dipl.Ing.).
Program: Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Branch – Mechatronics
This course is taught English in cooperation with Hochschule Zittau/Goerlitz, partly in Czechia and partly in Germany.
Main profile: Mechatronics Technology, Automatic Control of the Intelligent Systems, Robotics, Applied Informatics, Control Systems with Electrical Drives, Electronic, Mechanical, Pneumatic and Hydraulic Components.
Branch – Engineering of Interactive Systems
This course is taught English in cooperation with Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse, partly in Czechia and partly in France.
Main profile: Interactive Intelligent Systems, Advanced Information and Control Systems, Artificial Intelligence, Home – Machine Interaction, Robotics and Production.
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Because this program is supported by European Union, the study program B. Electrical Engineering and Informatics (Eng) is preferred for applicants from EU countries.
The acceptance or rejection of the application depends on the decision of both universities (TULinfo – HS Zittau/Goerlitz or TUL – Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse).
The number of approved applicants for the Master Programs “Mechatronics” and “Engineering of Interactive Systems” may be limited to fit the constraints given by agreement between the Czech and German or Czech and French institutes involved in teaching the course.
The excellent results in the previously Bc.study are supposed.
International Applicants must be able to provide a certificate that proves they completed a relevant bachelor-level study in the field appropriate for the selected course. They should fill the Application form and further provide:
When submitting an application, the following documents are required:
Note: All travel expenses and visa administration are the applicant’s responsibility.
Application deadline: 30 April and 14 August.
For additional details of study programs, please refer to the Study Guide [PDF | 1.5 MB]. The decision about the acceptance or rejection is sent to the applicant by the Dean of the faculty.
International Applicants must be graduated of relevant departments of universities who have received a bachelor´s degree (minimum 180 ECTS).
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