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Electrical Engineering and Information Technology Master Information
Master Thesis
227-1501-00LMaster's Thesis Information Restricted registration - show details
Admission only if A L L of the following apply:
a) bachelor program successfully completed;
b) acquired (if applicable) all credits from additional requirements for admission to master program;
c) successfully completed both semester projects.

Note: the conditions above are not applicable to incoming exchange students.

All students, please fill in the following form before registering:
O30 credits68DProfessors
AbstractThe Master Program finishes with a 6-months Master Thesis which is directed by a Professor of the Department or a Professor of another Department who is associated with the D-ITET. Students gain the ability to conduct independent scientific research on a specific research problem.
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