Studying electronics in a truly multicultural environment in Metropolia gives you a perfect start towards an international career in a challenging and fast developing field of technology. The degree gives you a solid basis to work as an engineer anywhere in the world in various positions.
Your studies in the Degree Programme in Electronics include extensive core requirement studies in natural sciences and a diverse range of electronics professional studies.
You can specialize in the following areas of electronics, among others: embedded systems, sensors, wireless telecommunications, and electronics and EMC. Professional qualifications are supplemented with project management, language and communication and IT studies.
You will become familiar with intercultural aspects due to the multi-cultural study environment and student community.
By studying electronics in Metropolia you can become an expert for example in designing and implementing wireless sensor systems for environmental control and energy efficient housing. As an electronics engineer, you will work for example as an electronics designer in a research laboratory with other specialists. You and your team design electronic circuits for different applications.
You could also work in the factories manufacturing and testing devices. As an engineer, you can be a manager running a team of specialists responsible for the manufacturer. In this role, the environmental issues are also strongly emphasized. As an electronics engineer, you can also work in the actual use, sales and marketing of the devices, since many of the devices are so complex that the deep knowledge of the engineer is needed in these activities.
Studying electronics in Metropolia University of Applied Sciences gives you the keys to succeed in any of these interesting fields.
Per each degree programme, it is agreed that 50% of the applicants coming outside EU / EEA countries, having the most successful results in the entrance examination, will receive a full exemption from the tuition fee in the first academic year.
During the 2.-4. academic years, a scholarship covering 75% of the yearly tuition fee will be granted provided that the student has accrued:
- a minimum of 55 credits (ECTS) during the previous academic year (ending on 31st July ) in a Bachelor degree programme
- a minimum of 20 credits (ECTS) during the previous semester (autumn semester ending 31.12. and spring semester ending 31.7.) in a Master degree programme
In years 2-4, the remaining 25% of a student’s tuition fee may be waived if the school determines that it is justified based on social, health, or other reasons.
Campus: Albertinkatu 40-42, Helsinki
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Last updated February 10, 2018