BACHELOR'S PROGRAMME IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
|Study location||Finland, Lappeenranta|
|Nominal duration||No duration set (180 ECTS)|
|Tuition fee||€9,000 per year|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
At least 2 reference(s) should be provided.
Electrical engineering is for you if you are not afraid of challenges, you are interested in how things work and you look forward to being part of the energy transition. As an expert in electrical engineering, you will have a great opportunity to contribute to the technological revolution and an electronic future.
In this Bachelor’s programme, you will learn how to apply your skills to reform the electronic society. With modern technology, for example, solar energy can be used to produce fuel, and people’s well-being is promoted through various electronic applications. In addition, digitalisation and the Energy Internet bring new opportunities for utilising the electricity grid. The emphases of the programme have been selected on the basis of the skills required in the working world.
The Bachelor’s Programme in Electrical Engineering is a unique, international double degree programme developed in cooperation with Hebei University of Technology (HEBUT) in China. All students admitted to the Bachelor’s Programme in Electrical Engineering at LUT University will receive a degree certificate from two universities after they have fulfilled the degree requirements of both universities. You will complete the entire degree in Lappeenranta, Finland.
Emerging energy systems, energy-efficient technology, smart grids, electrifying transport and the electricity market guarantee graduates of electrical engineering work now and in the future.
New experts are needed for product development, project engineering, sales and marketing, and management positions. Your job responsibilities may include, for example, the design, product development, technical sales or production management of electrotechnical equipment and its production.
There is also a growing need in the market for electrical trading engineers and electrical work managers. As private solar and wind power plants become more common, power plants are also experiencing a time of change. Thus, graduates of electrical engineering will have enough work in both industry and municipal positions.
Master’s graduates in electrical engineering have gone on to become:
upper level management in the electricity sector
electricity grid designers for distribution companies
production development managers for electronics companies
managing directors of electricity companies
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