Bachelor's Degree in Electronic Engineering for Telecommunication

The bachelor's degree in Electronic Engineering for Telecommunication will enable you to design and classify the different telecommunication system modules (aerials, filters, amplifiers, transmission and signal processing) from the perspective of their electronic components (machinery)

  • School of Engineering
  • Bellaterra campus
  • Duration: 4 courses - 240 credits
  • Places: 140
  • Admission mark: 5,000
  • Price per credit: 39.53 euros.
  • Language: Catalan (70%), Spanish (20%) and, in some optional subjects, English (10%).
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  • Learning mode: Classroom-based learning
Grau d?enginyeria en sistemes de telecomunicaci  i Grau d?enginyeria electrnica de telecomunicaci

The UAB bachelor's degree in Electronic Engineering for Telecommunication will enable you to work in the regulated profession of telecommunications engineering, in all of its variables. The ares in which you can immediately enter the labour market after graduating are telephone systems in general, communication via satellite, instrumentation systems and electronic design in general.

Telecommunication engineering includes the design, implementation and management of the systems in charge of sending and receiving any type of information, through the radiation of electromagnetic waves, light pulse conductivity via fibre optics and acoustic emission.

The bachelor's degree was designed by incorporating modern learning methodologies with the double objective of maximising student performance and favouring their entry into the labour market. The close relation with internationally renowned technological centres and the leading companies of the ICT sector makes it easier for students to participate in high quality work placements and later enter the labour market as graduates in telecommunications by the UAB.

Career options

Professionals are greatly needed in the field of ICT (Information and Communication Technologies), as well as in other sectors that use these types of technologies. Some of the most common career options are:

  • Systems design / integration.
  • Systems consultant.
  • Specialist in ICT solutions.
  • Communications network design.
  • Multimedia Programming.
  • Radio frequency engineer.
  • Telecommunications consultant.
  • Hardware development engineer).
  • Telematic network architect.
  • Information management.
  • Test / Integration specialist.
  • Analysis of telematic services.
  • Digital design
  • Data communication engineering.
  • Designer of applications for the digital processing of signals.
  • Director of ICT projects.
  • Technology Development and Research.

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