Hochschule Düsseldorf
University of Applied Sciences
Fachbereich Elektro- & Informationstechnik
Faculty of Electrical Engineering & Information Technology

​​​​​​​​Profile ​

The science-oriented Electrical Engineering and Information Technology master’s programme comprises four semesters. It develops your knowledge and skills, qualifies you for complex research and development work or doctoral studies and expands your leadership skills.

The programme builds on existing competences in electrical engineering and information technology and enables you to do intensive research in your chosen field of specialisation from the first semester onwards.
You can choose from the following fields of specialisation, which are based on the current fields of research of the participating institutes and businesses:

  • Automation Technology
  • Electrical Power Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Mechatronics
  • Microelectronics

In all areas of specialisation, we react quickly and agilely to innovations, we enable and promote intensive work on current scientific questions. Every semester, we add new future-oriented subjects to our syllabus in the form of elective modules.

The main objective of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology is to optimise your career prospects and to prepare you for academic work – by teaching you methodological skills and additional subject-specific knowledge.

Please note: Language of instruction is mainly German.




​​Language of instruction
​German (some elective modules in English)​
​Master of Science (MSc)
​Further opportunities for study​E.g. doctoral studies​
Normal programme length​Four semesters
Study programme begins​Summer or winter semester
ApplicationFind out how and when to apply:
Degree seeking students
​​Exchange students​
​​Special admission requirements​Successful completion of a bachelor's or
´Diplom´ programme in the field of electrical engineering or in a comparable, subject-related bachelor´s or ´Diplom´ programme at a higher education institution with an overall grade of ´good´ (2.5) (according to the German grading system) or better.
Allocation of places​Unrestricted admission
​General admission requirements​Go to Ad­mis­sion Re­quire­ments
Enrolment with a provisional grade *​​Possible
Period abroad​Possible
Summary of key information

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Information for international applicants Go to information for international applicants


​*A provisional grade is the average grade of all your examination results available at the time of application. This is a temporary solution in case you do not have a final grade yet.