Our master program trains highly skilled specialists in telecommunications, radio, optical communication systems, data transfer, and processing. Our graduates can easily exploit their skills and experience in International Research and Development or Education Centers.
We provide the various means for both fee-paying and state-subsidized admissions and embody a combination of the West European social standards of living and quality of life with Eastern European prices and hospitality.
Our education encourages personal development, learning new life skills, and adapting to another culture, important elements of the international study experience.
The curriculum employs traditions of classical engineering education integrated with the latest standards. It develops contemporary and essential skills in ICT, thus implementing a program tailored to the individual student's needs.
The combination of selected modules, course work, and dissertation will improve your organizational skills, time management, and ability to meet deadlines.
The qualification you acquire will prove to an employer that you have determination, tenacity, and the ability to develop high-level knowledge. Our master's degree will allow you to pursue a specialist area of interest that you developed during your previous studies or career.
The skills and qualities you develop will enhance your CV and help you stand out in a highly competitive graduate employment job market. As a result of the skills and experiences gained, you are more likely to secure a job and attract a higher salary.
The Telecommunication systems department teaches the master program. Our department has a 15-year comprehensive history of scientific and engineering collaborative work with major Russian and international telecommunication companies. Among our staff are 4 Doctors of Science, with years of research experience in the development of radio satellite and mobile communication systems, noise-immune coding and jamming protection, telecommunication systems prototyping on FPGAs, DSPs, and ASICs. Lead senior specialists from such companies as Samsung, Siemens, Huawei, Cisco, Federal Space Agency, Research Institute of Radio Physical Measurements, and others share their experience during engineering and practical courses. Our department consists of three research groups, where 9 PhDs, 16 research associates. We are involved in major grants with State Support concerning ultrahigh-frequency satellite radio channels, robotic control systems, Si-, SiGe-, GaN-devices, IC for telecommunications, flexible antennas energy scavenging. Yearly more than 20 master's and bachelor's students take part in scientific and engineering projects.
We offer many conversion courses that are open to graduates of any subject area and can help you take the first steps to a new and rewarding career.
Our master's program allows you to specialize through optional modules and reflect your unique interests; a dissertation or research project completed on a subject of your choosing. This means you have the opportunity to build a program that will prove interesting and intellectually rewarding, enhancing your skills and employability.
Graduates are qualified to practice the regulated profession of telecommunications engineer. The careers in which graduates of this master's degree may find employment are one of the following:
Telecommunications Engineer in the electronics equipment industry, telecommunications operators, telecommunications equipment industry, semiconductor industry;
Positions in IT companies, from content producers and distributors to service providers, and other industries such as consumer and industrial electronics companies;
Civil servants or employees of any public administration body at national, regional, and local levels in the areas of telecommunications and ICT innovation;
Research, development, and innovation specialists in public and private companies;
Researchers and academics at public or private universities and means for pursuing a doctoral degree in Telecommunications or Electronic engineering.