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The Erasmus Mundus Master Course in Sustainable Transportation and Electrical Power Systems (EMMC STEPS) offers a highly specialized education in Electrical Engineering, focusing on two of the areas of the highest technological content and professional requirements in the energy sector:
Electrical Transportation and Electrical Power Systems. The main goal of the EMMC in “Sustainable Transportation and Electrical Power Systems” is the training of qualified staff in areas related to electrical energy management, emphasizing in power systems for renewable energies and electrical transportation.
The EMMC STEPS is promoted by a partnership led by the University of Oviedo (ES), together with the University of Nottingham (UK), the University of Rome (IT) and the Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra (PT).
Prestigious international universities, as the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of Illinois (USA), the University of Santa Maria (BR) and the University of Yeungnam (KOR), and 16 global leading companies in energy and transportation sectors are associated members. Companies will be offering internships, and some senior staff will be teaching courses.
Graduates successfully completing the EMMC STEPS academic programme will be awarded with a Joint Master Degree in Sustainable Transportation and Electrical Power Systems (STEPS) by all the Consortium universities, fully recognized in the four partner countries.
The course will start in September 2012 and is structured in 2 academic years, with four 30 ECTS semesters for a total 120 ECTS workload.
Students can build their own curriculum based on their previous background and their professional interest, although it offers 2 recommended study tracks: Sustainable Transportation (ST) and Electrical Power Systems (EPS).
ISEC is currently hiring 3 master students with a degree (Licenciatura) in Electrical Engineering for Monitor positions to provide laboratory support to the classes of the 1st semester of 2012 (16 h per week – including preparation, tutorial hours and classes)
The areas of expertise are:
A) Electrical Machines and Power Electronics
B) Power Systems
C) Electronics, Microcontrollers, Telecommunications
Students must have appropriate English level and are required to present a CV (europass) accompanied by a copy of the certificate of degree, a list of subjects concluded and respective classification and other relevant information, and a letter of motivation with reference to the selected area.
The applications must be sent until 6th July, 2012, in pdf format by e-mail to: email@example.com