Koulutustarjonta 2013-2014, ARKISTO

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Kansainväliset maisteriohjelmat

Master's Programme in Wireless Communications Engineering

Over 25 years of groundbreaking research and cooperation with international telecommunication companies has been the foundation for the programme development in wireless communications engineering. This programme offers you relevant skills and core knowledge of the latest methods, tools and technologies related to the design on wireless communications networks.

Courses cover the subjects on advanced wireless communication systems, communication and computer networks, signal processing, radio channel modelling, radio and antenna engineering, information theory, coding methods, electronics and software design, multimedia systems, and computer engineering.

As a graduate of the programme you will get foundational background in a growing, dynamic field of wireless communications including networking, systems, algorithms and technologies. The skills gained in the programme offer a solid academic training that answers to the demands of wireless communications industry. It also entitles you to pursue a PhD degree, e.g., in department’s international doctoral study programme.

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Jussi Tuokkola

Basic information

Name of the Degree: 
Master of Science (MSc) in Technology
Intake: 
20
Duration of studies: 
2 years
ECTS Credits: 
120
Language of Instruction: 
English
Graduate Profiles: 
Radio System Engineer
Network Designer
Project Manager
Research & Development Engineer
Sales Engineer
Location of Instruction: 
Tuition fees for citizens of non EU/EEA member states: 
No tuition fee

Applying

Application Period: 
December 2nd 2013 – January 31st 2014 (16.00 GMT +2)