System Test Engineering 32
Department of Engineering

System Test Engineering

Starts in autumn 2020 subject to approval by the relevant bodies.

 

Experts in the systematic testing of complex electronic and mechatronic systems are urgently required in many industry sectors such as in the electronic and the automotive industry. The innovative Master’s degree programme in System Test Engineering makes you an expert in the field.

What you will learn:

Did you know, …

… that many of our lecturers are working in leading international companies, which allows them to incorporate cutting-edge expertise into their teaching?

The course thus provides you with both sound scientific knowledge and practical experiences from the testing sector.

Did you know, …

… that we cooperate with many renowned international companies?

Our strategic partners include ams, Advantest, AT&S, AVL, Infineon, NXP, Magna Steyr and Akka. They are happy to give you an insight into the world of work and offer you summer internships, Master's theses or a part-time job.

Did you know, …

… that our course provides you with theoretical knowledge and also offers you the opportunity to implement it in practice straight away?

The programme includes a range of lab exercises and practicals, where you can apply your newly acquired knowledge to innovative tasks and gather practical experience.

Did you know, …

… that you are allowed to use our brand-new state-of-the-art lab infrastructure in your free time?

Our students have access to our fully-equipped laboratories outside course times to work on their own research projects, drawing maximum benefit from our equipment.

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Did you know, …

… that you can deepen your knowledge in one of two specialisations?

You can specialise either in Semiconductor Testing with a focus on semiconductor verification, semiconductor validation and production testing, or in System Testing, where you learn how to analyse and test mechatronic systems such as automated and autonomous vehicle assistance systems in different testing environments