Master of Engineering in Electrical and Software System Engineering – IESSE

Educational Philosophy

The major philosophy of this curriculum is to educate professional engineers with orientation
to industry’s needs and environments, so that the graduates will be well trained and prepared for
performing engineering tasks in advanced level, e.g. research and development, project
management, planning of technical policy. The curriculum follows the industry-oriented education
model of RWTH-Aachen University, which is the co-founder of TGGS. The curriculum establishes firm
links and relevance to industry by difference mechanism, such as project based industry internship,
master thesis with relevance to industry research projects, which provide opportuinities for students
to gain experiences in industry working environments. In addition to the advanced engineering
knowledges given by various taught courses, the curriculum also emphasizes the development of
social skills for multicultural environment and professional abilities, e.g. communication,
presentation and team-working, which are important requirements for the graduates’ career in

There are four following specialized subprograms offered in IESSE.

Program Brochure IESSE
Program Specification
Course Structure
Course Description
ELOs mapping 
Graduation Requirements
IESSE courses offered in academic year 2018 (Aug 2018 – May 2019) with descriptions

Reference Documents:
Course Specification (TQF-3)
Internship Description (TQF-4)
Master Thesis Description (TQF-4)
Official Curriculum Document in Thai (TQF-2)