The masters course ARIA is applied primarily within the context of Engineering systems. However the concepts covered can be applied in a much wider range of disciplines such as weather forecasting, economic system modelling, financial forecasting.
A large number of employers now have a preference for graduates who are trained in Systems Engineering rather than a more specific discipline such as Electronic Engineering or Computer hardeware/software. The career prospects for ARIA graduated students are therefore excellent in many industrial and economical fields as the courses are relevant to today’s high technology society and, because the courses are not dependent upon any one industry. Graduating from the ARIA Masters course the student will have the following competences:
- ability to master the modern techniques in systems engineering for the modeling, simulation, optimisation, analysis, and control,
- ability to work as project manager in interdisciplinary team working on a variety of Engineering Systems such as robotics, industrial automation, production systems, communication networks, aerospace, and automotive systems,
- ability to communicate effectively both by written and oral presentations in an international context,
- ability to adopt the most suitable methods for the problem at hand and select the technological components needed to implement the proposed solution,
- ability to transfer high techniques methodology from university to industry,
- having the necessary qualification to carry out research work and to pursue a PhD study in the field of Automatic Control, Robotics, Signal and Image Processing.