UNIVERSITY OF ZAGREB, CROATIA
FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND COMPUTING
POSTGRADUATE STUDY AT THE FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND COMPUTING
ZAGREB, September 2004
Prepared and edited by Professor Željko Štih
University of Zagreb,
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing,
Unska 3, 10000 Zagreb
APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED
for admission of students to postgraduate studies at PhD level (3 years) in the area of technical science and the following scientific fields:
and for admission to a course of study at MSc level (2 years) in the area of technical science and the following scientific fields:
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING with the following branches:
Electric Power Engineering
Telecommunications and Information Technology
Electrical Measurements and Measurement Techniques
COMPUTING with the following branches:
Number of available places: 120 in total.
Students are expected to pay tuition fees.
Applications can be submitted to the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Unska 3, HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia every working day until October 07, 2004.
^ firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, or view the site http://www.fer.hr.
GENERAL INFORMATION 1
1.1. Course of study at MSc level 1
1.2. Studies towards a PhD academic degree directly, without completing the MSc thesis 2
1.3. Study towards a PhD academic degree for candidates holding the MSc degree 2
1.4. Lectures and scientific research 2
2. PRESENTATION OF THE POSTGRADUATE CURRICULUM 5
3. COURSE OF STUDY DESCRIPTION 6
3.1. Electrical Engineering 6
3.2. Computing 8
4. TIMETABLE 8
4.1. Autumn semester 8
4.2. Spring semester 8
4.3. Teaching hours and workload 9
5. THE LIST OF FUNDAMENTAL AND SPECIALISED COURSES 10
5.1. Fundamental courses (F) 10
5.2. Specialisation courses (S) 11
5.3. Core specialisation courses in Computing 17
7. Financial aspects and administrative procedures 67
7.1. Tuition 67
7.2. Workplace costs 67
7.3. Board & Lodging 67
7.4. Insurance 67
7.5. Visa regulations 67
7.6. Miscellanies 68
7.7. Presentation of the administrative procedures 69
8. Forms & Instructions 70
Postgraduate studies at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb are organised as full-time courses of study leading to MSc and PhD academic degrees. The MSc degree programme is organised in the following scientific fields and related areas of expertise:
Electrical Engineering with the following branches:
Computing with the following branches:
The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing also accepts candidates for a PhD academic degree.
Postgraduate study leading to the MSc academic degree is open to applicants who have completed undergraduate study at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing with excellent (5) and very good (4) marks. The field and branch of undergraduate study do not limit these applicants in choosing the field and branch of postgraduate study. Applicants will be expected to acquire additional knowledge on their own, if necessary.
Applicants who have graduated at another relevant faculty with excellent (5) or very good (4) marks will be required to pass differential exams.
Other university undergraduate studies relevant for admission to the study of Electrical Engineering are undergraduate studies of electrical engineering or computing at one of the technical faculties, or undergraduate studies of physics at one of the faculties of science. Other university undergraduate studies relevant for admission to the study of Computing are undergraduate studies of electrical engineering or computing at one of the technical faculties, or undergraduate studies of mathematics or physics at one of the faculties of science.
All the above prerequisites are applicable to candidates who graduated at one of the Croatian universities.
For an applicant who graduated abroad, the equivalence of his or her graduation certificate is required. The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing issues this equivalence after the applicant’s request. If the equivalence is required only for application for the Postgraduate study at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, it is issued free of charge and is valid only for this purpose. The applicant should therefore submit: