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Official Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering and Official Master's Degree in Research in Engineering Systems Modeling (MIT-MRE) Double-degree program

This combined Master's program is composed of the MA in Telecommunications Engineering (MIT) and the research-based Official MA in Engineering Systems Modeling. It equips students with general telecommunications engineering skills while also offering specialist research training.

The program is designed so that students can develop the skills and abilities acquired on both degrees in two years. The increased workload, characteristic of a double-degree program, requires students to possess strong organizational, study and work-related skills. Throughout the program, students are constantly guided and supported by their lecturers and tutors.

Students who obtain the Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering can register with the Professional Association of Telecommunications Engineers and work in this legally regulated profession.

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Degrees: Official Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering and Official Master's Degree in Research in Engineering Systems Modeling.

Duration: Two years

New places available:

Submission of applications: NOT CALL AVAILABLE

Financial information (2017-18):

€31,290.00 for the whole programme (two years). Students who studied the Bachelor's Degree at our Engineering school will receive a 10% discount.
Information about study grants

Timetable:

For this program, full time commitment is highly recommended.
Both programs have morning and afternoon classes in order to complete the modules on both Masters' degrees (schedules compatible with internship).

Course starting date:

September 1st, 2016

Information point:

Information and Student Reception Office
C/ Alberto Aguilera, 21 - 28015 Madrid
Tel: 91 542 28 00 (30 lines)
Tel: 91 540 61 20/33/19 (direct)
Fax: 91 559 65 69
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Office hours: Monday to Friday, 09:00 to 13:30 and Monday to Thursday, 15:30 to 17:30

Admission requirements:

  • A Bachelor's Degree in Telematics Engineering from our Engineering School.
  • A Bachelor's Degree in Engineering for Telecommunication Technologies and Services from other schools with a strong academic record.
  • Students holding any undergraduate degree equivalent to the above-mentioned programs can also apply, although they may be required to complete additional, preparatory courses.

Admission process and criteria:

The student's academic background, cover letter, interview (optional) and command of the English language will all be taken into account. The Admission Committee will study the application and communicate its decision, and the corresponding enrolment deadline, when applicable, by email and post.

 

The combined program is studied over 2 years and is structured as follows:

 

Graduate's Profile

This degree program certifies students to enter the regulated Telecommunications Engineering profession, under the current legislation. [BOE].

The ICAI Master's program in Telecommunications Engineering was designed to provide multidiciplinary and comprehensive education, by combining traditional engineering teaching with extensive leadership education in the international context with development of professional and communication skills.

In addition, this degree allows the student to join doctorate programs. 

Career prospects

ICAI Telecommunications Engineers are professionals that lead projects in the areas of Information Technologies and Communications, taking on responsibilities and qualifying for leadership positions gained with skills from their multidisciplinary education in technology and systems integration. Some of the career prospects are:

- Head of telecommunication projects.

- Head of telecommunication services.

- Head of large telecommunication infrastructures.

- Data analysis and business intelligence management (CDO and CIO).

- Research, development and innovation.

- Technology management (CTO).

- Information security management.

- International and multidisciplinary team management.

- Technology consultant.