COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONIZATION FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES
Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering
Professional Qualification: Communications Engineer
Mode of Study: full- time, part-time
Length of Study: 4 years
The students of the Bachelor programme in Communications and Electronization for Renewable Energy Sources receive knowledge in the different types of renewable energy sources (RES), in the managing and power electronics, communication and computer technics, programming, information management complexes in energetics, etc. The graduates can carry out design and investor activities in different types of RES centrals, software servicing, exploitation and maintenance of facilities. They can manage companies for production, research and exploitation of e-systems for RES.
Practical Training and Internship:
Provided is a specialized practice, which is a part of the curriculum. Students are given the opportunity to be trained abroad within the Erasmus+ programme. Practical trainings are held in RES centrals and energy facilities. Provided are practical courses of safety management and exploitation of different kinds of RES centrals.
The European programme Erasmus+ provides opportunities to the students to receive a grant and study abroad at our partner universities in the UK, Germany, Portugal, Poland, Greece and Turkey.
The graduates of the Bachelor Programme in Communications and Electronization for Renewable Energy Sources can work in organizations and companies for scientific development and research of the production, introduction and exploitation of systems and complexes for energy production out of RES, in companies for transforming the RES energy into other type of energy, power distribution companies, transport firms, in centres of metrology and standardization of exploitation, maintenance, control and certification of smart energy systems and systems of energy management and energy efficiency.
Admission of Bulgarian students is based on their matriculation exam grades or entrance exam grades.
Admission of international students is based on their secondary education diploma allowing them access to higher education in their country of origin.