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Bachelor's Degree in Telematics Engineering (Telecommunications Engineering Program 2010)

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In order to explore the programs being offered for 2017-18 follow the link: Telecommunications Engineering

 

The aim of the Telecommunications Engineering Program (2010 plan) is to train the ICAI engineers who will drive this sector forward in the coming years. On this program, technical knowledge is combined with general training that is applicable to many industrial and business sectors, and all through a practice-based program in which students play a leading role. In addition, the program is perfectly adapted to a society in which internationalization, and communication and leadership skills are indispensable for achieving professional success.

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Logo audit medianoThe program combines the official titles of Bachelor's Degree in Telematics Engineering and Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering. Students who complete the it can register with Spain's Professional Association of Telecommunications Engineers and work in the legally regulated profession of Telecommunications Engineering.

The total duration of the studies is six years, the first four connected formally with the Bachelor's and Diploma studies, and the last two with the Master's Degree. All students on the program who obtain the minimum performance required by the academic regulations will have a guaranteed place on the Master’s Degree.

Comprehensive training and internationalization are two of the program's distinctive characteristics. Our students complete their studies with the Diploma in Professional Skills and the Diploma in Communicative Skills and the Foreign Languages Studies. During the courses, students are encouraged to participate in the business internship grant program coordinated by the Internship and Careers Office of the University, so that the majority of ICAI students complete the program with professional experience that facilitates finding work. Also, students who fulfill the requirements set out in the academic regulations can pursue part of their studies abroad.

While carrying out the Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering, our students will have the option of studying for a double degree with another ICAI Master’s Degree or one from a foreign university with which Comillas has a double degree agreement. The full offer is as follows:

  • Official Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering (MIT)
  • Official Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering and MBA (MIT-MBA)
  • Official Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering and Master’s Degree in Research in Engineering Systems Modeling(MIT-MRE)
  • Official Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering and a Master’s Degree from a Foreign University (see double degree)

Candidates can apply for admission to the Program with the International Path option. Those admitted to this option will have a premium when choosing international exchange destinations and preference for accessing double degree programs with foreign universities.

  1. Admission information
  2. Career & academic prospects
  3. Curriculum
  4. Academic regulations
  5. Skills
  6. Location
  7. Faculty

Telecommunications Engineering Program Title: Bachelor's Degree in Telematics Engineering

  • Duration: four years for the Bachelor's Degree plus two years for the Master’s Degree
  • Economic information (Per academic year, Bachelor)

    Years 2, 3 and 4 (Bachelor's Degree in Telematics Engineering and Diplomas)
    *Tuition: €1,449.00 plus nine monthly installments of €1,081.95 each.
    Students who choose the International Path
    *Tuition: €1,449.00 € plus nine monthly installments of €1,150.95 each.
    Information about study grants
  • Economic information (Per academic year):

    Years 5 and 6 (Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering)
    Students on this program will benefit from a 10% reduction in the price of the Master’s Degree. The resulting fees are:
    *Course fees: €1,701.54 plus nine monthly installments of €1,283.58 each.
  • Timetable:

    This course requires full-time dedication to study.
    Years 1, 2, 4, and 5 are delivered in the mornings.
    Years 3 and 6 are delivered in the afternoon.
    The Diploma courses are delivered from 12:30 to 14:30 or from 15:00 to 16:00.
  • Information points:

    Information and Student Reception Office
    C/ Alberto Aguilera, 21 - 28015 Madrid
    Tel.: +34 91 540 61 32
    Fax: +34 91 559 65 69
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    Office hours: Monday to Friday, 9:00 to 13:30 and Monday to Thursday 15:30 to 20:00
  • Profile:

    It is recommended that candidates have taken the Science and Technology specialization of the Spanish Bachillerato [pre-university education] , including modules in math, and physics to facilitate their adaptation to the degree-level studies. Likewise, it is possible to enter from Advanced Vocational Training Programs relating to ITC.

    The main personal and academic characteristics that comprise the profile of admitted students are:

 • Interest in scientific and technical knowledge.

 • Calculus and logical reasoning for problem solving skills.

 • Ability to learn, capacity for work, and predisposition for organization.

 • Capacity to analyze and synthesize information.

 • Responsibility when carrying out individual tasks and team working skills.

 • Predisposition to practical application of concepts and knowledge. 

  • Admission requirements:

    Spanish Bachillerato [pre-university education] (or equivalent studies) and University Admission Exam, both completed in the ordinary May-June examination period.

    Students from foreign education systems::
    University Admission Exam [PAU] for Foreigners, except for students who have studied under education systems in EU countries or countries which have agreements with Spain in this regard and who fulfill the academic requirements in their home education systems for access to university. For more information on entry requirements for this group of students or on how the PAU is organized for foreign students, consult the website of 'UNED'

 



Graduate´s Profile

The Information and Communications Technology sector (ICT) is currently experiencing a massive boom. This program combines traditional telecommunications engineering with multidisciplinary training to prepare our students for leadership roles in international settings. Thanks to all this, our engineers immediately find top-quality professional employment managing technological companies and businesses in other sectors. 

Career prospects

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

-  Multinational companies: Iberdrola, Telefónica, BMW, IBM, Santander, etc.

-  Engineering firms: Indra, ACS, etc.

-  Consultancies: Accenture, Everis, etc.

-  Your own company: Tuenti, Geeksphone, Kuapay, etc.

 

 



  • Structure:

    The Telecommunications Engineering Programinvolves completing the Official Bachelor's Degree in Telematics Engineering and the Official Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering, as well as the Comillas qualifications of Diploma in Professional Skills and Diploma in Communication Skills and Foreign Language Studies.The timescale envisaged for completing the program is six years.

    The first four years end with the student obtaining the Bachelor's Degree in Telematics Engineering and the two diplomas.

    Students who obtain a Bachelor's Degree from our School with the performance demanded by the academic regulations will access the Official Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering. The period envisaged for completing the Master’s Degree is two years.

    In addition to the Bachelor's Degrees, Comillas ICAI provides two compulsory Diplomas with the aim of offering distinctive qualification programs, tailored to the needs of the labor market.

  • Timetable:
    3º ITL4º ITL
    Academic Calendar Comillas Pontifical University 2016/17
    Academic Calendar ICAI 2016/17 
     
  • Credits:
    240 ECTS Bachelor's + 120 ECTS Master’s Degree

  • Curriculum

 

GENERAL COMPETENCES

  • GCT1. Capacity to draft, sign, and develop projects in the area of telecommunications engineering that, in accordance with the knowledge acquired according to what is set out in section 5 of this order (CIN/352/2009), the design and development or exploitation of telecommunications and electronic networks, services, and applications.
  • GCT2. Knowledge, understanding, and capacity to apply the necessary legislation while performing the profession of Technical Telecommunications Engineer and the ability to handle obligatory specifications, regulations, and rules.
  • GCT3. Knowledge of core matters and technologies to enable them learn new methods and theories and provide them with versatility to adapt to new situations.
  • GCT4. Capacity to use initiative to resolve problems, decision making, creativity, and to communicate and transmit knowledge, skills, and abilities, including the ethical and professional responsibility of the activity of a telecommunications engineer.
  • GCT5. Knowledge of carrying out measurements, calculations, evaluations, appraisals, expert assessments, reports, work plans, and other analogous tasks in the specific field of telecommunications engineering.
  • GCT6. Ability to handle specifications, regulations and binding rules.
  • GCT7. Capacity to analyze and evaluate the social and environmental impact of technical solutions.
  • GCT8. Knowledge and application of basic elements of economic and human resource management, organization and planning of projects, as well as legislation, regulations, and standardization in telecommunications.
  • GCT9. Capacity to work in a multidisciplinary group and in a multilingual setting and to communicate, in writing and orally, knowledge, procedures, results, and ideas relating to telecommunication and electronics.

COMMON COMPETENCES OF THE TELECOMMUNICATION BRANCH

  • CTB1. Capacity to learn autonomously new knowledge and techniques suitable for the design, development, and exploitation of telecommunications systems and services.
  • CTB2. Capacity to use communications applications and software (office software, data bases, advanced calculation, project management, visualization, etc.) to support the development and exploitation of networks, services, and telecommunications and electronic software.
  • CTB3. Capacity to use IT search tools for bibliographical resources or information relating to telecommunications and electronics.
  • CTB4. Capacity to analyze and specify the fundamental parameters of a communications system.
  • CTB5. Capacity to evaluate the advantages and drawbacks of different technological options for roll out or implementation of communications systems, from the point of view of signal space, disturbances, and noise, and analog and digital modulation systems.
  • CTB6. Capacity to conceive, roll out, organize, and manage telecommunication networks, systems, services, and infrastructure in residential (home, city, and digital communities), business, and institutional settings, taking responsibility for their commissioning and continuous improvement, as well as monitoring their social and economic impact.
  • CTB7. Knowledge and use of the fundamental of programming in telecommunications networks, systems, and services.
  • CTB8. Capacity to understand the mechanism of electromagnetic and acoustic wave propagation and transmission, and the corresponding transmitting and receiving devices.
  • CTB9. Capacity to analyze and design combinational and sequential circuits, asynchronous and synchronous circuits, and using microprocessors and integrated circuits.
  • CTB10. Knowledge and application of the fundamentals of description languages of devices and hardware.
  • CTB11. Capacity to use different energy sources, in particular photovoltaic and thermal solar energy, as well as the fundamentals of electrotechnology and power electronics.
  • CTB12. Knowledge and use of the concepts of network architecture, protocols, and communications interfaces.
  • CTB13. Capacity to differentiate between the concepts of access and transport networks, circuit and packet switched networks, fixed and mobile networks, as well as distributed network systems and applications, voice, data and video services, and interactive and multimedia services.
  • CTB14. Knowledge of the methods for interconnection of networks and routing, as well as the fundamentals of planning, dimensioning networks according to traffic parameters.
  • CTB15. Knowledge of telecommunications rules and regulations in the national, European, and international settings.

SPECIFIC COMPETENCES OF THE TELEMATICS SPECIALTY

  • SCTM1. Capacity to construct, operate, and manage telecommunications networks, services, and processes, understood as systems for collecting, transporting, representing, processing, storing, managing, and presenting multimedia information from the viewpoint of telematic services.
  • SCTM2. Capacity to apply the techniques which form the basis of telematic networks, services, and applications, such as management, signaling and switching, routing, security (cryptographic protocols, tunneling, firewalls, and mechanisms for charging, authentification and content protection), traffic engineering (graph theory, queuing theory, and teletraffics), applying charges, and reliability and service quality, in fixed, mobile, personal, local or long distance settings, with different bandwidths, including telephony and data.
  • SCTM3. Capacity to construct, operate, and manage telematic services using tools for analytic planning, dimensioning, and analysis.
  • SCTM4. Capacity to describe, program, validate, and optimize communication protocols and interfaces at the different levels of a network architecture.
  • SCTM5. Capacity to follow the technological progress of transmission, switching, and processing to improve telematic networks and services.
  • SCTM6. Capacity to design network architectures and telematic services.
  • SCTM7. Capacity to program telematic, network and distributed services and software.





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