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Master's degree in Applied Telecommunications and Engineering Management (MASTEAM)

What follows is a summary of the Master's degree in Applied Telecommunications and Engineering Management (MASTEAM) of the EETAC. For further information on access, grants, registration, enrolment, etc. click on this link. The procedure for gaining admission to this master’s degree is explained in this link.

The master's degree in Applied Telecommunications and Engineering Management (MASTEAM) offers students a wide range of optional courses and prepares them for research or professional practice as engineers in cutting-edge information and communications technology (ICT) fields. The topics include Smart Cities, Internet of things, 5th generation of  mobile communications, sensor networks, optical communications in the cloud, network management, massive data processing (Big Data) and signal processing, software-defined networking and radio (SDR and SDN), smart objects, network security, business models and management in the ICT sector. The master has mobility agreements with more than 30 European universities as well as internship agreements with more than 100 companies in the telecommunications sector.

Graduates of an official bachelor’s degree (240 ECTS credits) and this master’s degree may seek admission to a doctoral programme in telecommunications engineering or another ICT-related field.

MASTEAM is a 60 ECTS credits master that can be taken in one year at full-time dedication or up two years at part-time. All courses are offered in both the Autumn and Spring semester. In Autumn, A1 and A2 courses are offered in the afternoon, and B1 and B2 are offered in the morning. In Spring, A1 and A2 in the morning and B1 and B2 in the afternoon


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