Master's Degree in Telecommunication in Barcelona in Spain

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A masters is awarded to students who have completed postgraduate level study in a specific field of study or area of professional practice while demonstrating a high level of mastery during the process.

A Master’s degree in Telecommunications teaches about design, development, implementation and management of telecommunications. The field is of great importance for the world today as it is necessary for different sectors. These include office information, corporate networks, banking or the internet.

Spain (Spanish: España) is a diverse country sharing the Iberian Peninsula with Portugal at the western end of the Mediterranean Sea. Spain is considered an exotic country in Europe due to its friendly inhabitants and relaxed lifestyle. The normal duration for University courses in Spain is 4 years, except Medicine and the double degrees, which are 6. Madrid and Barcelona are well known cities around world for its cuisine, vibrant nightlife, and world-famous folklore and festivities.

Being the 2nd largest city in Spain, Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia province. It has over 4 million inhabitants. It is a vibrant city that hosts thousands of tourists annually. It is home to university of Barcelona among others.

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Master Program in Data Science

Barcelona Graduate School of Economics
Campus Full time 9 months September 2017 Spain Barcelona

Degree awarded: Official Degree in Data Science. [+]

Masters in Telecommunication in Barcelona in Spain. The Master in Data Science at the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics offers thorough training in predictive, descriptive and prescriptive analytics. With this training, graduates will be prepared to design and build data-driven systems for decision-making in the private or public sector. The study program is organized around the following coordinates: Statistics and Machine Learning Optimization and Operational Research Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence and Big Data Analytics Economics, Finance, and Policy Making Courses are taught both by leading academics in the fields of Statistics, Economics, and Operations Research, and experienced professionals from the Analytics industry. The study program also includes top guest speakers who are currently expanding the frontier of knowledge in Analytics. The students learn how to put in practice what is taught in the classroom by using real data and answering real business questions from a wide array of companies from different industries. Students have the opportunity to solve an entire Analytics project end-to-end during the practicum in a local company. Upon successful completion of the program, students will receive a Master Degree in Data Science awarded jointly by Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and Universitat Pompeu Fabra. All Barcelona GSE master degrees have been recognized by the Catalan and Spanish Education authorithies within the framework of the Bologna Process (in Spanish, “Master Universitario o Master Oficial”). [-]

Master in Wireless Communications

Universitat Pompeu Fabra Barcelona
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years September 2017 Spain Barcelona + 1 more

Wireless communications have played a key role in the last two decades as the main driver of innovation and economic growth in various spheres of society. [+]

Wireless communications have played a key role in the last two decades as the main driver of innovation and economic growth in various spheres of society. The integration of wireless communications with the Internet has both revolutionized how the former are used and conditioned their development, requiring continuous technological innovation to meet the needs of both users and applications. The Interuniversity Master in Wireless Communications draws on the research experience of both the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC) and Pompeu Fabra University (UPF) to offer a fresh, modern view of both current and future wireless communication technologies, addressing all those theoretical and practical aspects deemed relevant to the training of future researchers in the field. Objectives This master's programme aims to train the professionals who will develop the wireless communication systems of the future. Through a blend of theory and practice, the programme offers the necessary scientific and technological training to enable graduates to go on to pursue a career in research, whether in academia or the private sector. Who is it for? This master's programme is aimed at candidates with an engineering degree in the field of information and communication technologies seeking to hone their research skills in the field of wireless communications. Structure This research-oriented programme offers subjects covering both theory and practice. Students must complete 30 credits' worth of compulsory subjects, 20 credits' worth of optional subjects and a master's degree final project worth 10 credits. The master's programme can be completed in one year, if taken full-time, or two, if taken part-time. Part-time students will also be able to take complementary subjects from undergraduate engineering programmes or additional subjects from the master's programme. The part-time option is recommended for students who do not have a four-year degree in computer science or electrical engineering or an equivalent background. Content The master's programme covers the following aspects: Wireless communication (propagation, modulation, coding, medium access). Communication networks (TCP/IP). Mathematical modelling, simulation and analysis of communication systems. Radio spectrum management. Long-term evolution (LTE) and evolution towards 5G. RFID, WSN and WLAN networks. Internet of Things (IoT) and M2M communications. Network security and cryptography. Mobile app development. Knowledge, skills and competences acquired Ability to plan and carry out research and development plans. Ability to use existing wireless channel models, identifying the main features and parameters thereof, as well as the situations in which they can be used. Ability to analyse the main modulation/demodulation and coding techniques used in wireless communication systems, understanding the trade-offs between bit rate, power and bandwidth. Ability to apply the main techniques for accessing and sharing the radio spectrum available for the design of communication protocols, including radio resource planning techniques, while at the same time justifying the pros and cons of each one in terms of efficiency, flow, delay and fairness. Ability to model, analyse and simulate random systems using tools from discrete and continuous stochastic processes, including aspects of information theory and queuing theory, and to formulate and solve optimization problems. Ability to analyse how network and transport protocols work in mobile networks, with regard to both radio and fixed networks. Ability to evaluate the features of mobile communication systems and networks using analytical, simulation and prototyping techniques. Ability to dimension high-performance networks from the base station sites and access points to the requisite radio spectrum and interconnection networks. Ability to analyse, model and design protocol architectures, mechanisms and features for mobile networks, including the interconnection between heterogeneous networks. Ability to develop services and applications for mobile devices and networks, including security aspects, distributed knowledge management, and multimedia information. Ability to analyse, understand and apply the resulting knowledge to the mobile telecommunications sector as a whole, as well as to its key players, their relationships and their evolution, including aspects related to technological developments and the mobile communications market. Ability to identify and apply the research methods, techniques and resources specific to research in the field of wireless and mobile communications. Ability to abstract, conceptualize and communicate creative and innovative technological solutions, as well as research findings. Career prospects Graduates of this master's programme may enrol on a doctoral programme or join research and/or development teams at companies specialized in wireless communications (mobile applications, network planning, network architecture design, communication protocols and systems, etc.). English Remember that in order to be successfully enrolled, the presentation of an official English certificate is an essential admission requirement. Only applicants whose mother tongue is English do not need to pre¬sent an English certificate. Official results must be sent directly by the examining institution to the school’s Admissions Department and must comply with the required minimum scores: - TOEFL CBT: > 235 - TOEFL PBT: > 575 - TOEFL IBT: > 100 - CAE: C1 - IELTS: > 6.5 Applicants who, at the time of the application, still do not possess an official English certificate or who are in the process of obtaining it must include this information in their admission applications. Applicants who have completed their full Bachelor’s Degree at an English-speaking university must submit written evidence that the language of instruction of their studies was English. [-]

Master's Degree In Telecommunications Engineering

laSalle Barcelona Postgraduate
Campus Full time September 2017 Spain Barcelona

The Master in Telecommunications Engineering (MET) responds to the demand for experts in telecommunications engineering and management, as needed within the companies in the field of ICT, training specialists who can participate in development projects, research, transfer of knowledge and innovation (R + D + I). Graduates in the MET will be professionals with a broad and solid training that will prepare them to lead and perform the tasks of all phases of the life cycle of systems, applications and products that solve problems of any ICT, applying their scientific knowledge and the methods and techniques of engineering. [+]

Masters in Telecommunication in Barcelona in Spain. The Master in Telecommunications Engineering (MET) responds to the demand for experts in telecommunications engineering and management, as needed within the companies in the field of ICT, training specialists who can participate in development projects, research, knowledge transfer and innovation (R + D + I). Graduates in the MET will be professionals with a broad and solid training that will prepare them to lead and perform the tasks of all phases of the life cycle of systems, applications and products that solve problems of any ICT, applying their scientific knowledge and the methods and techniques of engineering. The MET meets professional skills to acquire powers enjoyed by the current telecommunications engineers, which allows the free exercise of the profession, recognized in Spain and abroad. - Methodology based on combined projects with seminars. - Inspired by real cases and supervised by professionals of the company that led the real case which inspired projects Projects - practices can be made at home thanks to LSHomeLab, a package of hardware and software including simulators, FPGA board programming, robot for remote maintenance, development kits, etc., at no additional cost to the student What do you prepare? • Allowing graduates exercise of the profession of Telecommunications Engineering reaching a scientific, technological and socio-economic formation. • Prepare for professional practice in the development and application of information technologies and communications in all activities that require, within the regulatory framework. • Confer a solid base of multidisciplinary knowledge that position as a key point in the development of the knowledge society of our country. The powers of the degree have been defined taking into account the Order CIN / 355/2009, Royal Decree 1393/2007 and regulations. To whom it May concern? Input profile: - Graduates in Telecommunication, any of the four specialties of Telecommunications Systems, Telematics, Electronics and Audiovisual Systems. - In the case of other similar proceeding formal qualifications (regardless of the country where it is completed), the appropriate training complements be established to ensure the provisions of the CIN / 355/2009 and CIN / 352/2009 orders. Output Profile: You can perform activities: - Technology Consulting - Management and coordination of projects - Design and operation of telephony and data transmission networks and radio installations. - Design and operation of electronic systems and communications, and radio installations. - Integration of telecommunication services in a wide range of sectors: consumer electronics, microtechnology and nanotechnology, automotive centers, R & D, health and biomedical sector, security, robotics, energy and sustainability ... In general, any sector of economic activity need the use of electronic communications and improving productivity and competitiveness. [-]

Master in Telecommunication Engineering

Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Campus Full time 3 semesters September 2017 Spain Barcelona

The master's degree in <strong>Telecommunication Engineering</strong> is professionally orientated and entitles the holder to practise the profession of Telecommunication Engineer, as established by the Ministry in order number CIN/355/2009 of 9 February (Official State Gazette of 20 February). [+]

The master's degree in Telecommunication Engineering is professionally orientated and entitles the holder to practise the profession of Telecommunication Engineer, as established by the Ministry in order number CIN/355/2009 of 9 February (Official State Gazette of 20 February). Career options - Telecommunication engineers practise their profession mainly in the following areas: - Management, planning and operation of telecommunication networks and services, - Design, operation and management of information services (providers of services and applications, internet, intranet), - Design of telecommunication and positioning equipment, - Telecommunication infrastructure, construction or deployment of telecommunication networks (cable, fibre, radio), - Electronic engineering, - Telematic engineering, - Software engineering, - Control of systems and processes, - Industrial Automation, - Production of audiovisual content, - Management, planning and operation in areas not specified above (Human Resources, financial management, etc.), - Consultancies (technology, strategies, etc.), - Teaching, - Research. Teaching timetable Onsite classes for UAB official master's degrees usually take place in the afternoons, from 15.00 onwards, Monday to Friday. Depending on the semester, there may be classes every day or only some days of the week. As far as possible they are scheduled on two or three days a week Master description The syllabus of the Master's Degree in Telecommunication Engineering, geared towards professional practice, will comprise 90 credits (30 + 30 +30) to be taken over 3 semesters. During the first academic year (2 semesters), students must take the 60 compulsory ECTS (10 modules), while in the final semester they must take the 18 optional ECTS, and write the master's dissertation, which counts for 12 compulsory ECTS. Access Access to this master's degree is open to holders of an official bachelor's degree from a Spanish university or from another higher education institution within or outside the European Higher Education Area, provided this gives access to postgraduate studies in the country of issue. Admission requirements Access to this Master's Degree in Telecommunication Engineering shall be administered under the conditions laid out in Ministerial Order CIN/355/2009: Access to the master's degree that allows entry into the profession of Telecommunication Engineer shall be granted to those who have previously acquired the skills stipulated in section 3 of the Ministerial Order that establishes the requisites for verifying official university qualifications that allow entry into the profession of Technical Telecommunication Engineer and the training required by section 5 of the Ministerial Order. Furthermore, access to the master's degree shall be granted when the candidate's bachelor's degree includes the basic training module and the common branch module, even if a complete block of the specific technology module is not covered, and when 48 credits of those offered in all blocks of this module of a degree that qualifies the holder as a Technical Telecommunication Engineer, in accordance with the aforementioned Ministerial Order. Access to this master's degree is also open to those in possession of any bachelor's degree in engineering, though in this case bridging courses may have to be taken previously. Another requisite is to provide documentary proof of having a sufficient level of English. This is level B1, according to the Council of Europe's Common European Framework of Reference for Modern Languages Selection criteria Should the number of applicants be higher than that of places on offer, these will be allocated according to the following criteria: - Academic transcript (80%). - Level B2 or above in English (20%). Students with no language certificate will be assessed through an interview, in person or by telephone. Complementary training Direct access to the master's in Telecommunication Engineering (without bridging courses) will be open to students with the following qualifications: - Bachelor's degrees that allow entry into the profession of Technical Telecommunication Engineer, under Ministerial Order CIN/352/2009. - Another bachelor's degree that includes the basic training module and the common branch module, even if a complete block of the specific technology module is not covered and if 48 credits of those offered in all blocks of the aforementioned module of a degree, allows entry into the profession of Technical Telecommunication Engineer, under Ministerial Order CIN/352/2009 - Telecommunication Engineering - Technical Telecommunication Engineer, specialising in Sound and Image, Telematics, Telecommunication Systems and Electronic Systems. Moreover, access to this master's is open, through bridging courses, to those with a degree in Computer Engineering or a pre-EHEA degree in Physics or Mathematics. The number of credits to be taken in bridging courses will depend on the student's academic record, up to a maximum of 60 ECTS, to be taken over one academic year before taking the master's degree. After completing the bridging courses, students may begin the master's degree. [-]