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Technical Telecommunications Engineer in Telecommunications Systems (1st cycle degree)

Training goals 

The studies leading to a degree in Telecommunications Engineering, specialising in Telecommunication Systems, are aimed at enabling students to pursue a career in the ITC. They are intended to provide extensive training in the transmission of all kinds of digital information (voice, images, data, etc.) by different types of media (radio, cable, optical fibres, etc.).

During the first two years of the degree course, students learn basic scientific and technical concepts and in the third year they complete more specific training by choosing one of the following specialist pathways:

  • Telecommunications Infrastructures.
  • Telecommunications for Businesses.
  • Design of Communications Systems.

Career opportunities 

The degree in Technical Industrial Engineering, specialising in Telecommunications, prepares students to pursue a career in the field of the new information technologies.

Telecommunications engineering graduates have a wide range of careers based on the use of electronics, computing and communications open to them, and they can perform any of the following duties:

  • Designing, coordinating and supervising the construction, setting up and operation of systems for communicating images, voice and data.
  • Carrying out inspections and technical interventions in telecommunications services.
  • Developing computer applications related to transmission and commutation systems.
  • Production or maintenance of electrical infrastructures.

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