The graduate in electrical engineering is a professional with a broad spectrum of multidisciplinary knowledge and advanced skills related to the most innovative systems and technologies characteristic of electrical engineering.

The strongly multidisciplinary knowledge and skills range from mechatronics to electrical systems for energy and sustainable mobility, from applied electromagnetism and electromagnetic compatibility to the design of electromechanical plants, machines, and devices.

A significant emphasis is placed within the course on highly current topics such as artificial intelligence, electricity markets for energy, distributed generation, and smart grids.

A high degree of flexibility in the educational path, with numerous elective courses, including those taught in English, allows each student to significantly customize their study plan to fit their interests and aspirations.


  • High flexibility in configuring the educational path with multiple options for elective courses, allowing students to personalize their study plan.
  • Acquisition of a broad spectrum of multidisciplinary knowledge on advanced and highly innovative topics.
  • A very high student-to-faculty ratio, allowing for a very streamlined relationship between students and faculty throughout the educational journey.
  • Advanced courses taught by tenured professors who draw extensive inspiration from their own research activities.
  • Multidisciplinary training that allows for numerous professional opportunities.
  • Numerous opportunities for study, thesis work, and internships abroad as part of international collaboration programs.
  • Short completion times for the Master’s degree and high average grades.

Extremely rapid and effective integration into the workforce.


The curricular requirements to access the Master’s Degree Program in Electrical Engineering are as follows:

  • A minimum of 36 CFU (university credits) for basic subjects (FIS/01, FIS/03, and all SSDs from MAT/01 to MAT/09).
  • A minimum of 24 CFU for characterizing subjects (ING-IND/31, ING-IND/32, ING-IND/33, ING-INF/07).

English language proficiency level of at least B2.


  • Career opportunities are limited only by your imagination.
  • Employment in the public or private sector.
  • Self-employment.
  • Research activities.
  • Over 90% of graduates are employed within one year of graduation.

100% of graduates would enroll again in the Master’s Degree Program in Electrical Engineering.


The electrical engineer is called upon to face unprecedented and stimulating challenges, which concern all major developments in modern society. For this reason, a wealth of experience and knowledge is necessary, which between the first and second year of the Master’s Degree Program will best shape the future electrical engineer.

During the first year, alongside indispensable topics for the training of electrical engineers, such as applied electromagnetism and optimization methods, electrical systems for energy and sustainable mobility, electrical measurements and transducers, and plant and machine design, there are elective courses that allow students to tailor their cultural background to topics such as smart grids and renewable sources, electric and hybrid vehicles, electromagnetic compatibility, and power electronics.

During the second year, alongside common courses in Mechatronics, Dynamics and Control of Electrical Systems, and Business Economics and Organization, students can complete their studies by choosing from topics such as Electricity Markets, Artificial Intelligence, materials characterization, or electromechanical device design.

Some courses are taught in English as part of a path towards progressively internationalizing the educational offerings, which aims to allow students to broaden their cultural background to effectively enter an international work environment.