University of Technology
Electronics and telecommunications
Technological sciences
Master's Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
4 semesters
Tuition fee: 
5000 EUR per year
Degree awarded: 
Scholarships available: 
Application deadline: 
Sunday, 11 December, 2016
Start date: 
Monday, 20 February, 2017
Credits (ECTS): 
120 (for 4 semesters )
Admission requirements: 

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The programme requires coursework in one specialisation and writing a thesis. Students choose their specialisation at the beginning of studies.

Two specialisations are currently offered:

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


Computer Systems and Networks (CSN)


Graduates from the Computer Systems and Networks specialisation will have comprehensive qualifications in the area of computer science basics, including basic knowledge of information processing, as well as the area of algorithms and system modelling. They are proficient in computer programming and skilful in using computer tools. They are self-reliant in scheduling, implementing and verifying complex computer projects. Their knowledge allows for quick adaptation to the rapidly changing environment. Depending on the final profiling, graduates are well-prepared for the research work, for the design, implementation and operation of computer systems and digital equipment, the software development and the administration of computer systems and networks as well as the implementation of security systems.

Telecommunications (TCM)


Graduates from the Telecommunications specialisation will have the knowledge and skills necessary for the design, implementation and operation of telecommunication circuits, equipment and systems based on modern technologies. They study, in particular, the methods and techniques for transmission of information by means of radio waves using the potential of digital techniques, computers and other advanced technologies, as well as the methods of image and sound processing. The qualifications of graduates include skills necessary to solve system problems which require comprehensive knowledge in the areas of telecommunications and computer science, combined with some non-engineering knowledge. Depending on the final profiling, graduates are well-prepared for the research work or designing and operation of telecommunication and data-communication equipment and systems, as well as designing of multimedia systems and their Internet applications.