I am a Masters student from TU Darmstadt,Germany. My query is that is it possible for someone to enroll in this program externally? I mean, if the university is not participating it would be helpful if you could design this program online so that students from rest of the world can enroll and learn, something similiar on the lines of coursera?
My name is John Kikuchi. I am the Agilent EEsof University Program Manager. We will be expanding the RF/MW Student Certification program into more countries in the future. Germany is certainly on this list. I will pass your information onto the appropriate parties in Germany. In the mean time, I notice that your university, TU Darmstadt, participates in the Agilent EEsof University Educational Support program. As a student of this university you are eligible for student licenses for your personal computer of Agilent EEsof ADS. Please go to http://agilent.com/find/eesof-university for information on student licenses and other educational support programs.
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