The Electric Engineering programme from Politecnico di Torino is structured to form a clearly identified professional figure with extensive expertise in all areas of application of electricity, who can interact effectively with operators in other technical/engineering and economic/organisational fields.
Particular importance is given to technologies, safety, quality of products and services, control and reliability of components and systems, economic aspects and interactions with energy networks and the environment. This fosters a degree of versatility that provides the graduate with diverse opportunities in the labor market.
The programme begins with instruction in applications of electromagnetism and of mechanical and electromechanical technologies. On this foundation, students investigate electric drives, systems for producing electricity and the combined production of different energy vectors, and systems for the transport of electricity over large transmission networks.
Typical employment opportunities of the MSc graduate in Electrical Engineering are found in sectors dealing with the study, design, manufacturing and operation of both traditional and innovative components and systems that use electricity. Graduates can be employed: in large power producing companies, in companies that manage even small size electricity production systems, in companies that produce systems for energy conversion, in industry, in transportation and in services.
You can apply until:
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You need the following IELTS score:
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The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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