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This paper presents an organic electronics laboratory course on an Electrical Engineering Master's program. The course is composed of five laboratory exercises, with supporting lectures. Each exercise takes from one to four lab sessions to complete and targets some important aspect of organic electronics: organic electronic materials and substrates, preparation of the materials for fabrication, novel flexible devices, inkjet fabrication technology, and organic electronic devices as an alternative to conventional electronic ones. Together, they give students a comprehensive insight into the field of organic electronics as well as its possibilities and applications. The students' academic results were excellent, and an anonymous end-of term questionnaire revealed that they were very satisfied with this lab-based course.