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Overview

The economic and technological developments in the computer and telecommunications industries are characterized by an increasing interaction between hardware and software solutions and the networking of systems. A wide range of heterogeneous standards and technologies are used. The convergence of information and communication technology requires a new, interdisciplinary orientation in training.

In the Master’s degree in Communication Systems and Networks, the focus of training is on deepening theoretical knowledge in combination with scientific work. Internships in the individual modules, a research project and the processing of scientific topics also promote scientific, self-organized learning and work.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The admission requirement is a bachelor's or diploma degree in a relevant scientific or technical course. Any course of study that conveys competencies from the fields of mathematics, physics, electrical engineering and computer science to the extent of at least 110 credit points is relevant. The first degree should be completed with a total of 210 ECTS credit points with an overall grade of 2.3 or better (the examination and enrollment regulations regulate more details). If the prerequisites are not fully met, admission can only be granted on condition that you provide evidence of missing prior knowledge by registering for the master’s thesis. The type and scope of these requirements are individually determined by the examination board on the basis of the course content completed as part of the previous degree. Very good knowledge of English is also required.

You should also

  •     Have an enthusiasm for information and communication technology
  •     Have a high level of motivation
  •     Have fun working and researching independently
  •     take part in our self-assessment test to check your personal qualifications for this course (follow the instructions on the right-hand side).
    Please note that as a prerequisite for participation in each individual module, a test with the same level of difficulty is carried out at the beginning of the semester.
  • have basic programming knowledge in a standard programming language such as C / C ++, Java or Python. This is checked by a programming test at the beginning of the semester and is a prerequisite for some modules in order to be able to participate in the internship.

CAREER PROSPECTS

Our graduates are able to carry out the following activities in information and communication technology in a wide variety of professional fields in an international, team-oriented environment:

  • Evaluation, analysis and assessment of procedures and methods
  • Development of devices, components, protocols and applications
  • Assessment and evaluation of different
  • Communication systems and standards
  • Planning and implementation of communication systems and networks
  • Management of complex development and implementation projects
  • Sales and marketing of information and communication technology products
  • Advice and training for users and customers

In addition to large companies in the mobile communications and telecommunications sector, manufacturers and distributors of telecommunications equipment and facilities, network operators and broadcasting corporations, manufacturers of equipment for entertainment electronics, machine and system manufacturers, the automotive industry and their suppliers, authorities, research institutions and technology companies are potential employers.

 


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