Master in Telecommunications Engineering (Bilingual)
The Master in Telecommunications Engineering is a professional degree which replaces the Telecommunications Engineering degree and qualifies you to practice as a Telecommunications Engineer, under the provisions of Order CIN / 355/2009 of 9 February.
The Spanish Association of Engineers requires professionals from companies in the telecommunications field (major manufacturers of telecommunications equipment or telecom operators) and from other types of companies, institutions or organizations that need qualified personnel to design and maintain their own telecommunications systems.
The overall aim of the Master in Telecommunications Engineering is to train professionals who are competent to practice as Telecommunications Engineers. This Master's Degree is geared towards advanced training and enhancing employability. Students who complete the Master in Telecommunications Engineering should be able to address any technological issue in the telecommunications field scrupulously, making use of all the necessary knowledge, skills and perspectives from this academic field. At the same time, they should respect the environment and fundamental rights, and show an awareness that putting their knowledge into practice may have consequences for society (ethical scope)
Responding to this demand, this Professional Master in Telecommunications Engineering qualifies you to practice as a Telecommunications Engineer, with all the privileges recognized by the law currently in force. This qualification allows you to complete your graduate technical training in the Telecommunications Engineering field and related ones, while also guiding you towards Telecommunications technological project management. Furthermore, students can capitalize on Universidad Carlos III's previous experience in teaching the undergraduate degree in Telecommunications Engineering (Curriculum published in the Spanish Official Gazette (BOE) of 11 March, 1996). This experience has been successful due to the high level of accomplishment of the initial goals set out for this degree, which have been fulfilled by broad, thorough scientific/technical training for graduates.
Two versions of the Master are offered: A bilingual version taught on the Madrid-Puerta De Toledo Campus and a Spanish version taught on the Leganés Campus.
Students may select whichever one of the two versions they wish to follow during the admissions process.
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