While the three-year Bachelor in Electronics and Telecommunications is mostly focused on basic engineering topics, the purpose of the M.S. program is to create professionals able to use state-of-the-art technologies in both industrial and research environments. The M.S. in Telecommunications Engineering offers specializations in Multimedia Communication, Networking, Electromagnetic Technologies, Electronics and Pattern Recognition/Remote Sensing. Most classes include laboratory sessions in order to give students not only a sound theoretical background, but also practical skills. This combination allows them to find a job very quickly, sometimes even before the end of the program. The teaching staff includes both professionals working in ICT companies and Professors with an international background. All classes are in English and the environment is quite international. Indeed, about 20% of the students come from abroad.
The Master of Science Program in Telecommunications Engineeringincludes both compulsory and elective classes. The compulsory courses provide students with the essential know-how about electronics, communication topics and computer science. The elective courses are grouped into the following five areas:
Student education is completed through laboratory experiences, elements of business administration, seminaries, a possible internship and a final project.
For foreign students the admission to the course is subject to a selection by a committee and it is based upon a valuation of the candidate's CV, competences, abilities, motivations, references and linguistic certificates.
No work experience is required.
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