In the Aalto University admissions pages you can find information about the programmes we offer as well as the instructions for applying.
This page contains information about the bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes in the School of Electrical Engineering.
Bachelor’s degree programme (180 ECTS)
The School of Electrical Engineering has a bachelor’s degree programme which students can apply for after secondary school (e.g. Finnish lukio). When students are admitted into the bachelor’s degree programme, they are at the same time given the right to complete a master’s degree.
The Bachelor’s Degree Programme in Electrical Engineering has three specializations which prospective students can apply for:
- Automation and Information Technology (in finnish)
- Bioinformation Technology (in finnish)
- Electronics and Electrical Engineering (in finnish)
Master’s programmes (120 ECTS)
Students who have completed a Bachelor of Science Degree or a suitable university of applied sciences degree can apply directly for master-level studies which will give the students a Master of Science in Technology Degree. In fall 2015 three new master's programmes are launched. The teaching language of the programmes is English.
- Master's Programme in Automation and Electrical Engineering
- Master's Programme in Computer, Communication and Information Sciences
- Master's Programme in Nano and Radio Sciences
In addition the School of Electrical Engineering offers one major in the Life Science Technologies programme.
The School of Electrical Engineering also participates in one Erasmus Mundus programme:
- Master's Degree Programme in Space Science and Technology (SpaceMaster)
Questions regarding the master's programmes can be sent to: masters-elec [at] aalto [dot] fi
Lectures and seminars
EPNC 2016 conference
The conference will future oral and poster session as well as invited talks on selected topical subject in electromagnetic phenomena.
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Dissertation in the field of Wireless Communications, Pramod Jacob Mathecken
4G and 5G communication signals under certain types of noises induced by mobile phones: Achievable data rates and solutions for removing such noises.
Electrical engineering and automation professorship named Walter Ahlström professorship
Professor Matti Lehtonen will hold the professorship.
Science and art
Acoustics researcher finds explanation for auroral sounds
Sounds are born when charges in the lower atmosphere’s temperature inversion layer discharge as a result of geomagnetic storms.
Science and art
The many possibilities of the digital revolution
The Internet Forum, a public lecture series, which is open to everyone free-of-charge, will focus on current topics related to digitalisation.