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 necess… Read more
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.
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Develop the necessary skills to improve business telecommunications opportunities, and manage the design and implementation of network solutions. The MSc Telecommunications Ma ... +
Intelligent systems and robots are expected to become an integral part of our daily lives. In order to be accepted by and interact efficiently and naturally with humans, they ... +
Rapid changes in computer, internet, multimedia and communication technologies have created many challenges in the field of telecommunications engineering. We will equip you w ... +
Artificial intelligence (AI) is playing an increasingly important role in our lives with many traditional jobs expected to be replaced by machines operating with AI technology ... +
Understand and predict future challenges in communication systems. Deepen your knowledge and create, adapt and develop future communications networks.
The Master in Communication Networks is a two years study programme taught in English, which provides the knowledge and skills required to understand and deal with the challen ... +
Removing telecommunication technology from the modern information society is impossible. It's a dynamic area of expertise where knowledge of electrical engineering, math & ... +
Master’s students are trained to do research and development in the field of integrated circuits design as well as in micro- and nanoelectronics for up-to-date wireless teleco ... +
Digitalisation is here to stay. The ongoing digitalisation builds on an efficient communications infrastructure. The studies in Wireless Communications and RF Systems deal wit ... +
Graduates from the Telecommunications specialisation will have the knowledge and skills necessary for the design, implementation and operation of telecommunication circuits, e ... +
The programme aims to provide students with knowledge and skills in the key aspects of communication, semiconductor, medical and embedded electronics.
Telecommunication plays a key role in modern society. As a telecommunication engineer, you can contribute to the development of the technology on which modern society relies.
As society evolves, and technology alongside it, we are placing greater demands on the internet. Both traditional and up-and-coming telecommunications infrastructures continue ... +
An Engineering master about Information and Communication Technologies, focusing on devices, networks, signals, as well as cross-disciplinary issues (big data, photonics, life ... +
There are seven specializations available in our master’s study program Electronics and communication: Communication Systems and Networks; Electronics; Media and Signal Proces ... +