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Electrical Engineering MSc regulated activities

Electrical Engineering MSc regulated activities

Electrical Engineering MSc regulated activities

Hello everybody.

I’m from Portugal and we have many Electrical Engineering MSc degrees with different branches, like energy, telecommunications, automation and electronics.

In your own countries, can an Electrical Engineering MSc in branches, other than energy, be responsible for the project, commissioning or maintenance of an electrical energy system?

For all Low, Medium or High voltage systems?

Can junior or senior engineers assume the legal responsibilities of the same energy systems?

What about the different types of electrical installations, each with different complexities?

How do MSc engineers know, with their degrees, seniority and background, which electrical installations they may assume full responsibility.

Any help and personal stories shared will be greatly appreciated.

Best regards.

Carlos Melim

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