Electrical Engineering and Audio Engineering

Degree: Bachelor
University: Graz University of Technology (TU Graz) , Faculty: Bachelor's Programmes
City: Graz , Country: Austria
Discipline: Humanities and Art
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  • Start Date of Studies March, October
  • Admission deadline Summer semester: March 31; Winter semester: October 30
  • Language English
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  • Programme Description

    Programme Description

    The inter-university course of study in Electrical Engineering and Sound Engineering is offered by Graz University of Technology together with the University
    of Music and Dramatic Arts, Graz.

    The professional field of activity of graduates includes the field of IT and takes into special account audio engineering, studio and recording technology, signal processing, acoustics and computer music and also includes neighbouring interdisciplinary subject areas. Graduates usually have their professional focus in the areas of research, development, planning and design in specific areas.

    In their own specialised field, they gain well-founded technical and scientific as well as musical and artistic knowledge and develop abilities to solve complex interdisciplinary
    problems. The Electrical Engineering and Sound Engineering field of study is the best proof that the strict boundaries between engineering and art can be creatively and efficiently lifted. Students are offered a practice-oriented education at the cutting edge in the excellently equipped premises of the Department of Communications and Wave Propagation (Graz University of Technology) and the Institute of Electronic Music
    and Acoustics (University of Music and Dramatic Arts, Graz).

    Career Opportunities

    Graduates of Electrical Engineering and Sound Engineering are frequently employed in:

    * Industrial research, development and production departments, preferably in the fields of audio and studio engineering, acoustics and telecommunication;
    * Planning departments in industry, business, art and culture, as well as in the public sector;
    * In the teaching and further-education professions.


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