Electrical Power Systems and E-Mobility (EEE)

The energy transition and E-Mobility are key topics for the future. A reliable electrical power supply under the boundary conditions of the energy transition is elementary for the development of mobility. The consecutive Master's programme in Electrical Power Systems and E-Mobility links precisely these two sub-fields and trains electrical and information technology engineers to become sought-after specialists for the energy and automotive industries.


More information about the E-Campus

Brief overview

  • Degree

    Master of Engineering (MEng)

  • Start of studies

    Summer and winter semester

  • Subject group
    MINT, Technik, Mathematics
  • Form of study


  • Admissions procedure

    Selection procedure / aptitude test

  • Field of interest
    Electrical engineering, Engineering sciences, Technology, Mathematics
  • Focal Themes
    • Elektromobilität
    • Energieversorgung

Course contents

The 3-semester Master’s programme in Electrical Power Systems and E-Mobility is designed as an application-oriented postgraduate consecutive degree course. In terms of content, it builds on both electrotechnical and interdisciplinary Bachelor's degree courses that are close to electrical engineering and information technology. The Master’s programme is offered as a full-time programme (2 theory semesters and 1 semester of Master’s thesis) with the two specialisations "E-mobility" and “Electrical Power Supply”.

In the first two theory semesters, students will learn about advanced engineering fundamentals in mathematics and natural sciences as well as subject-specific fundamentals in four modules: Higher Mathematics, Field Theory and Simulation, Systems Theory and Optimal Control and Observers.

In addition, students decide between the two specialisation options "E-mobility" and “Electrical Power Supply". For both specialisations, two common modules are compulsory, in which the required electrical machines and power electronics with a laboratory, as well as thermodynamics in energy technology are covered.

The curriculum enables many synergy effects with the existing Master’s programme in Sensor and Automation Engineering. These are not only joint modules for in-depth knowledge in advanced fundamentals, but also the mutual benefit of an extended range of modules. At the same time, interdisciplinary offers have been increasingly taken into account.


Fields of specialisation

Qualification objectives


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