Study Engineering in English in Italy: discover the new Msc in Electrical Engineering at the University of Pavia

Master's degree in Electrical Engineering
VaryEUR / year
VaryEUR / year

Do you have a BA degree in Engineering and are you passionate about innovative tech and energy solutions?

How about advancing your skills in a highly international environment?

Join the University of Pavia’s MSc in Electrical Engineering and earn your Master’s degree from one of Italy’s topmost universities!

Founded in 1361, the University of Pavia is one of Europe’s oldest and most prestigious higher education institutions.

Located only half an hour away from Milan, it is renowned for focusing on the excellence and well-being of its students, for offering numerous student dorms and campus residences, and for offering a wealth of scholarship options.

Plus, Pavia’s school of engineering organizes extended laboratory activities, seminars and tutorials taught by industry leaders and visiting professors from all over the world!

So, how would you like to be among the finest minds slated to tackle the next generation of energy-related issues?

Watch the webinar, check out the required qualifications here and apply!

For Eu students fees are based on students’ family income. They range from about €160 to €4000 per year. For Non-EU students a flat rate is determined according to country of origin and range from €400 to €4500.

1. University of Pavia: reasons to study here

2. Master Program in Electrical Engineering: Purpose, Classes, Labs, Internships, Study plan

3. How to enroll

  • Elena FontanaHead of Marketing and recruitment department
  • Prof. Piero MalcovatiDepartment of Electrical, Computer and Biomedical Engineering Full Professor
  • Claudia Scannapieco Internationalization Manager for Engineering
BA degree in Engineering
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Applications are open until the 15th of June 2021 for non-eu students
October 2021