The Electrical Engineering cursus at UCL, which is internationally recognized by the EUR-ACE accreditation, trains engineers to address future technological challenges in the scientific and technical fields related to electricity and its wide range of applications.
The Electrical Engineering Master Program includes a set of compulsory courses in digital electronics, electromagnetics, electronic devices, embedded systems, signal processing and communications. These courses are complemented by large set of diverse classes, covering six major topics: electronic circuits and systems, communication systems, information and signal processing, electrical energy, advanced electronic materials and devices as well as cryptography. In addition, the program includes a team project in the area of communication and electronic systems, an elective industrial training and a master thesis. Supported by state-of-the-art research equipment, the Master in Electrical Engineering at UCL enables students to fully define their education, depending on their profile and their career plans, from research to industry, and from a generalist training to in-depth specialization.
Thanks to the variety of their individual cursus, UCL Electrical Engineers lead innovations in many applications fields, including wired and wireless communications, digital, analog and RF electronics, electric power generation and transmission, image processing, cybersecurity, healthcare systems, Internet‐based information technology, etc.