About the programme
The Automation Engineering programme is divided into four sub-elements
The compulsory element covers an institutional curriculum and a joint, national curriculum.
The institutional curriculum covers subjects within:
- Technical systems design
- Control and regulation technology
- Configuration and programming
- Communications technology and project development
The joint, national curriculum covers subjects within:
- Design and construction of automated devices
- Integration of automated devices
- Systems design of automated process and production lines
- Business-related elements
The elective elements could cover subjects such as:
- Robotics technology
- High-level programming
- Knowledge technology
- Wireless technologies
Three month internship
The internship will take place in a company where you will have ample opportunity to put your achieved knowledge to use and try your strength on practise-based problems and solutions.
Final exam project
The final exam project is prepared as the completion of the study programme.
Teaching and lectures is a mix of regular class-based teaching, project work and solution of individual assignments.
You can learn more about the Automation Engineering programme in the curriculum.
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