|FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg||4 Semesters|
|Master of Science (MSc)||Onsite|
The Elite Master’s study programme Advanced Signal Processing and Communications Engineering ASC is a four-semester MSc programme within the “Elitenetzwerk Bayern” (Elite Network of Bavaria), an initiative for highly qualified students who aim for higher career goals. ASC is taught by select faculty members and renowned international guest lecturers. It is designed for holders of excellent Bachelor’s degrees in Electrical Engineering, Communications Engineering, Computer Science, or closely related disciplines.
Admission is granted to highly talented individuals only. Applicants that are in doubt whether they meet the tough admission standards are encouraged to simultaneously apply to other MSc programmes of FAU.
The programme structure complies with internationally recognised Master’s programmes.
In addition to the majority of those, it involves intensified research-based training in close collaboration with outstanding faculty members in order to speed up subsequent doctoral education.
Publication of research results is strongly encouraged and travel costs for conference presentations will be covered.
A summer school, a winter school, and a kick-off seminar are mandatory components of the curriculum.
This two-year program consists of lectures, exercises, seminars, experimental laboratories, research projects, a summer school, a winter school, and a kick-off seminar in Advanced Signal Processing and Communications Engineering and a six-month period for the Master’s thesis. In addition, students are able to attend German language courses or optimize their abilities in soft skills seminars.
Bachelor’s degree in
- electrical engineering
- communication engineering
- computer science
- applied mathematics or physics
Free of Cost
Applicants must provide proof of their English skills, e.g. TOEFL or an equivalent internationally recognized test.
Founded in 1743, FAU has a rich history. It is a strong research university with an international perspective and one of the largest universities in Germany with 38,771 students, 261-degree programs, 4,000 academic staff (including over 579 professors), 200.7 million EUR third-party funding, and 500 partnerships with universities all over the world. Teaching at the university is closely linked to research and focuses on training students in both theory and practice to enable them to think critically and work independently. The research itself also strikes the perfect balance between a theoretical approach and practical application.
FAU’s outstanding research and teaching is reflected in top positions in both national and international rankings as
15 March for the following winter semester