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Electrical Power Engineering Career opportunities Electrical power engineers work in electric power utilities, in industrial R & D, planning, construction, production, sale, and distribution departments, in public authorities with supervision and control tasks, or in research centres and university institutes. Graduate studies at Application and admission For further information please read the brochure “Graduate Studies at RWTH Aachen University” carefully or go to www.iaew.rwthaachen.de/cms/
  Electrical power engineers work in electric power utilities, in industrial R & D, planning,construction, production, sale, and distribution departments, in public authorities with super-vision and control tasks, or in research centres and university institutes.For further information please read the brochure “Graduate Studies at RWTH AachenUniversity” carefully or go to www.iaew.rwthaachen.de/cms/front_content.php?idcat=114 Please note: Admission/rejection letters will besend out in April/May at the earliest. For more information on general issues,please contact the International Office RWTH Aachen UniversityTemplergraben 5752062 Aachen, GermanyPhone: +49(0)241/80-90660Telefax: +49(0)241/80-92662international@zhv.rwth-aachen.de If you have specific questions about course content please contactSimon Prousch, M.Sc.Tel.: +49 241 80 97656Dipl.-Ing. Patrick WittenbergTel.: +49 241 80 97654 Institut für Elektrische Anlagenund Energiewirtschaft RWTH Aachen University52056 Aachen – Germanywww.iaew.rwth-aachen.deFax: +49 241 80 92197master@iaew.rwth-aachen.de Career opportunitiesApplication and admission Electrical Power Engineering Electrical Power Engineering Graduate studies at  ElectricalPower Engineering This programme is designed to train students in modern electrical power engineering, offeringa high level of education in close cooperation with industry. Through the application of scientificmethods, students will gain the ability to understand and address the various problems in thefield of electrical power engineering. They will be able to relate new scientific findings to prac-tical applications in the field. Further, students will learn how to apply their knowledge ofmathematics and electrical engineering to solve technical problems in a global social and econo-mic context.During an industrial internship of at last two months, students are trained in addressingpractical engineering problems. Flexibility and open-mindedness are major qualifications of theelectrical engineer.A candidate should have a recognised first degree (Bachelor of Science or Engineering) inElectrical Engineering awarded by an internationally recognised university or equivalent degree-awarding institution. Candidates should also have performed above average in their undergra-duate studies. The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is recommended (not required).For English-taught programmes candidates must be able to speak and write fluent English(TOEFL 550 paper-based/213 computer-based or IELTS 6.0). English-speaking students will alsoattend a basic German language course that will start in August, two months prior to the begin-ning of the Master’s programme. Goals of the programmeFormal entrance requirements Final degree awarded Master of Science in Electrical Power Engineering Language of instruction EnglishFor this Master’s programme, there is also an equivalentprogramme taught entirely in German (Energietechnik).For more information on how to apply for the GermanMaster’s programme, please refer to www.zhv.rwthaachen.de/move/online/move/movein/portal/procedure.php?_language=enDuration of the programme Two years Beginning of the programme October  Structure of the programmeSpecial entrance requirements Power Systems IElectrical Machines IPower ElectronicsProtective RelayingElectro heatScientific ExcursionGerman Language I 1stSemester 2ndSemester  Power Systems IIElectrical Machines IIHigh-VoltageTechnology IEnergy EconomicsPower EngineeringLab IScientific ExcursionGerman Language II 3rdSemester4thSemester  Electrical DrivesPower CableEngineeringHigh-VoltageTechnology IIOperation ofinterconnectedPower SystemsPower EngineeringLab IIProject: Planningof electricalPower SystemsIndustrial Internship(8 weeks)Master’s Thesis(4 months) Students should have profound theoretical knowledge of Electrical Engineering, Higher Mathematics, and the Natural Sciences.The programme is comprised of three semesters of lectures, exercises and practical courses,along with an eight week industrial internship and a final Master’s thesis. During the eight-weekindustrial internship, students will be trained in solving practical engineering problems. TheMaster’s thesis is an independent scientific study to be completed within a fixed period of four months, which is completed by an oral presentation .Students are assessed through six individual exams. Additional credits will be earned throughseven additional courses. The programme also includes several excursions to industrial plantsand/or power utilities.
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