Master Programme in Electronics/Automation (online) 60 cr

Progress is being made within electronics and automation at a very rapid rate. But the development of automation is a prerequisite for success in most industrial fields. Do you want to be a part of this expansion? Then this Master’s programme is something for you.

Automation – what the future needs

The programme specialises in sensor technology, signal processing, advanced control systems, robotics, industrial vision systems and image processing. In order to be a ble to test your knowledge there is a special laboratory available on-line.

Sustainable development

Being an MSc EE, with a major in Automation, graduating from University of Gävle you will be well equipped with skills and knowledge making you well suited to give our society a more sustainable direction of development.

Your education will relate closely to several of the United Nations Sustainable Develop­ment Goals (SDG). In particular, the programme has bearing to SDG 7, 9 and 11, which relate to Affordable and Clean Energy; Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure; and Sustainable Cities and Communities.

Affordable and clean energy

Industry, innovation and infrastructure

Sustainable cities and communities

Your future

The Degree of Master of Science with specialisation in electronics and automation qualifies you for working with, amongst other things, automation in R & D departments.

The programme is for both Swedish and foreign students and teaching is in English. The programme is a distance learning course, a so-called online course and half-time, which allows for greater flexibility when studying.

The programme, which starts in autumn 2023, is also part of the international admissions round, which is primarily aimed at applicants from outside Sweden. The deadline for the international application round is 16 January (2023) and applications are submitted via

Application information

Published by: Camilla Haglund Page responsible: Veronica Liljeroth Updated: 2023-01-09
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