Type: 
University of Technology
Region: 
Mazowieckie
Programme: 
Electronics and telecommunications
Area: 
Technological sciences
Level: 
Bachelor Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
Duration: 
8 semesters
Tuition fee: 
4000 EUR per year
Degree awarded: 
B.Sc.
Scholarships available: 
No
Application deadline: 
Sunday, 11 December, 2016
Language: 
EN
Start date: 
Monday, 20 February, 2017
Credits (ECTS): 
240 ( for 8 semesters )
Admission requirements: 

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Description: 

The area of study encompasses information technology, control and robotics, electronics and telecommunications.

Two specialisations are currently offered:

  • Computer Systems and Networks (CSN)
  • Telecommunications (TCM)

 

Computer Systems and Networks (CSN)

Graduates from Computer Systems and Networks (CSN) specialisation are prepared for jobs related to the design of new computer systems and operation of existing ones. They have excellent qualifications in the area of computer science basics, including basic knowledge of information processing, as well as the area of algorithms and system modelling and various aspects of computer engineering and applications. They are acquainted with the methodologies of object programming, CASE-tools-aided design, system analysis, system modelling and prototyping. They have knowledge of modern operation systems, programming languages, databases and various software applications. Graduates are self-reliant in the design, implementation and operation of complex computer systems and networks.

Telecommunications (TCM)

Graduates from the Telecommunications specialisation are prepared for jobs related to the design of digital telecommunication circuits, to digital processing of telecommunication signals (coding and compression of speech and image signals, digital modulations, redundant coding), design and operation of telecommunication (transmission, commutation and data-communication) systems, as well as design of telecommunications (telephone, data-communication and integrated networks).  Graduates acquire the ability to solve system problems that require comprehensive knowledge in the areas of telecommunications and computer science, combined with considerable non-engineering knowledge. They are prepared for the jobs offered by the operators of telecommunication and data-communication systems, as well as jobs related to the operation of modern telecommunication equipment and systems offered by other companies.

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