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MAElectronics and Communications Engineering

University of Siena
Italy, Siena
Department of Information Engineering and Mathematics Italy, Siena, San Niccolò, via Roma, 56 - 53100
Tuition fee To be confirmed

The tuition fee is calculated according to the country of origin and ranges from a minimum of € 756 to a maximum of € 2,626 (per year). You can simulate the amount to be paid per year at this link.

Application fee €30.00 one-time

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Overview

The MSc in Electronics Communications Engineering aims to form a graduate with advanced knowledge on current telecommunications and electronic systems and with the latest skills for their design, development and maintenance. The program provides studies in key technical areas such as digital communication techniques, information theory, electronic design and high-frequency techniques. Besides a solid math science/engineering education, students can improve their skills tailoring the course to their requirements by choosing among a number of option modules in application fields such as security, safety, energy and environment.

Objectives
This is a 2-year graduate programme entirely taught in English, offered to both national and international students.

The Master’s Degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering provides methodologies of advanced mathematical calculus, in particular functional and complex analysis, in order to introduce the necessary tools to model and formalize the solutions of complex information engineering problems.

The training is complemented by providing advanced knowledge on the different topics characterizing the fields of Telecommunications and Electronics by providing advanced knowledge and skills for digital transmission techniques, theoretical and practical aspects of the information theory, analysis and management of telecommunication networks, representation and protection of multimedia information, advanced knowledge on the design of sensors and microsystems, on radio-frequency components, on analog and digital circuit design.

Programme structure

The MSc in Electronics Communications Engineering is entirely taught in English.

MIUR degree class: LM-27 Second cycle degree in Telecommunications Engineering
Duration in years: 2
Credits: 120
Double degree: Universidad Carlos III – Madrid (Spagna)

Career opportunities

Graduates in Electronics and Communications Engineering can find jobs within industries, public companies, government agencies, financial institutions and research centres, whose R&D divisions carry out activities concerning design, production and management of systems for information processing and transmission, data networking, wired and wireless transmission, design, development and management of complex electronic systems and subsystems.

In particular, main positions are in companies involved in design, production and management of telecommunication systems, as well as infrastructures for data acquisition and transportation and information technology applications for telecommunications, remote sensing and multimedia.

Graduates in Electronics and Communications Engineering from the University of Siena will acquire knowledge in the vast and complex field of smart and wireless sensor systems. Typical job opportunities for the Master’s graduates include companies producing or managing telecommunication and smart sensor systems, in the agro-food, tourism and medical areas, safety and care to elderly or disabled, preservation of cultural heritage, space and automotive industry, energy, etc. Master’s graduates in Electronics and Communications Engineering can access to the Italian professional society of engineers, within the section Information Engineering.

Apply now! Academic year 2019/20
Application deadline
Jan 31, 2019 23:59
Europe/Rome time
Studies commence
Oct 1, 2019
Apply now! Academic year 2019/20
Application start
Feb 1, 2019
Application deadline
Apr 30, 2019 23:59
Europe/Rome time
Studies commence
Oct 1, 2019

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States