The electrical trades offer numerous possibilities for students interested in technology and innovation. Our study programmes include electrotechnics, electric distribution technics and electronic engineering. Students can add general courses to their schedule and graduate with a matriculation examination parallel to their vocational studies. An education in electronics gives students many exciting opportunities for employment as well as for further studies in various branches of engineering at the university level.
The School of Electrical Technology emphasizes a project-oriented education with free access to classrooms out-side of regular hours for academic and practical work.
The School of Electrical Technology offers the following programmes:
The study of electrical technology is organised in terms of the final objectives that reflect the demands for knowledge and competence of journeymen of the various professions in the electrical trades. Basic study in the electrical trades is 80 credits and takes an average of four semesters in school. To enrol, students must have completed compulsory education according to the National Curriculum Guide.
There are many diverse trades within the field of electrical technology, with the electrician’s trade being the most popular. Choosing this field of study gives students a solid foundation to build on in their future careers or education.
The programmes are heavily project oriented, allowing students to set their own pace of study.
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