Laurea magistrale in Ingegneria delle Telecomunicazioni (Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering)


The Telecommunications Engineering studies how to conceive, design, engineer and manage complex systems of telecommunications and, more generally, systems that require expertise in the field of Information Engineering, focusing on aspects of the Electronics and Telecommunications.

The Master offers a wide range of choices in particular for allowing advanced insights about: Digital Signal Processing, Advanced Electromagnetic Techniques, Electronics, Networking, Remote Sensing and Pattern Recognition.

The Master of Science in Telecommunications aims to train professionals that combine a solid theoretical background of the significant application capabilities. Theoretical teachings and the teachings of the laboratory are therefore constantly present during the entire cycle of study.

The skills acquired are among the most demanded by the labor market nationally and internationally. For this reason Telecommunication Engineering graduates are employed in a very short time, often even before the end of the studies.

1. Presentation of the course

The Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering aims specifically to train professionals who are able to produce and manage technological innovation and then fill roles technical and / or managerial high profile in contexts that require in-depth knowledge of the disciplines Information Engineering, focusing on specific aspects of Telecommunications and Electronics Engineering.

These professionals meet the needs of the labor market, which often does not require a high specialization in a single industry, but rather a deep understanding of the methodologies and technologies of the Information Engineering, and the ability to grasp the relationship between the various disciplines and interdisciplinary problems to deal professionally.

The educational profile of the graduate program in Telecommunications Engineering allows him to conceive, design, engineer and manage complex systems, telecommunications, and more generally systems that require expertise in the field of Information.

These skills allow a successful integration in the labor market in a very short time, often before the end of the studies. The professional is in fact formed among those considered at increased difficulty in obtaining in Italy (Unioncamere, 2008 data), and also almost 50% of recruitment of Engineering graduates are reserved for the Information and Electronic Engineers (source: National Council of engineers, 2008 data).

The Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering at Trent is especially notable for a very high international profile: the lessons are taught in English and 20% of teachers are foreigners.

  • Educational objectives

The Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering aims specifically to train professionals who are able to produce and manage technological innovation and then fill roles technical and / or managerial high profile in contexts that require in-depth knowledge of the disciplines Information Engineering, focusing on specific aspects of Telecommunications and Electronics Engineering.

Graduates, in particular, possess in-depth expertise on technologies, for the equipment, systems and infrastructure for the acquisition and processing of information, their transport telecommunications networks and their use in applications and telematic services.

The educational objectives are achieved through didactic offer that allows the student to acquire and integrate in a harmonious and balanced the diverse knowledge required. For this purpose, the educational offer is divided into:

an engineering broad-spectrum, but thorough, with regard to systems and methods for telecommunications, systems for collecting the information, to electronic systems for telecommunications;
specific training obtained by the free choice between different orientations and training, which enables us to explore advanced topics within a specific field of technology for telecommunications or electronics.
preparation is completed and supplemented by laboratory experiments and elements of corporate culture, delivered through lectures, seminars, placements and adequate knowledge of a foreign language.

  • Course Structure

The Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering provides a solid methodological training that allows graduates to produce and manage technological innovation and then fill roles technical and / or managerial high profile in contexts that require in-depth knowledge of the disciplines of Information.

In particular, the course units provide thorough preparation, but broad-spectrum, in the disciplines of information, integrated with specific teachings as part of Engineering Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering.

Completing the training course credits chosen by the student which explore advanced topics within a specific field of technology for telecommunications or electronics.
first year

Communication Systems (12 credits)
Digital Signal Processing (6 credits)
Economics and Management (6 credits)
Embedded Electronic Systems (9 credits)
Wired Communications Systems and Devices (9 credits)
second year

Antennas for Wireless Communications (9 credits)
Distributed Systems (6 credits)
Electronics for Telecommunications (9 credits)
Multimedia Networking (9 credits)

  • Career opportunities

In the area of ​​North-East Italy are located numerous small and medium-sized enterprises operating in the different areas of information technology (Information and Communication Technology ICT), including electronics, telecommunications, test equipment and industrial automation.

Such companies are heavily involved, as well as to acquire new shares in global markets, also to support technological innovation in more traditional sectors of the manufacturing industry in general and in particular the mechanical and electromechanical. In recent years there has also been considerable interest in information technology even by companies operating in the field of civil construction and public works, public authorities for the environment and the land, and companies operating in the agro and food.

In a production system that has to deal with the dynamics imposed by global markets such as the North-East Italy, are considered to be of extreme interest of highly qualified professionals, but with a broad spectrum of skills rather than with a major boost, with good flexibility and are able to grasp the relations between the various disciplines and interdisciplinary problems to deal professionally. The need for this type of expertise – that is the objective of the training Master of Science – is also reflected by constant growth, both as number and in importance, companies operating in the North-East ICT sectors.
The main career opportunities for graduates in Telecommunication Engineering are relevant to private and public companies, manufacturing and services, technical and commercial departments, public administrations, regulatory and supervisory bodies, research bodies. In particular, the employment outcomes elitist concern:

involved in the design, development, engineering and production of components, equipment and systems and telecommunications;
involved in the design, development, engineering, production and operation of equipment, systems and infrastructure for the acquisition and transmission of information and their use in telematics;
manufacturing enterprises, agribusiness companies, companies operating in residential areas, areas of public administration and service companies in which they are used infrastructure and systems for the acquisition, handling, processing, and transmission of information (data, voice and images);
companies in different sectors, which require expertise on the design, development and use of electronic systems and telecommunication services to support internal organization, production and marketing;
public and private telecommunication services and land or space;
companies operating in the areas of telematics and multimedia on the network, such as Internet services, telemedicine and remote surveillance.

  • Access to further studies

At the end of the Master’s degree you can further deepen the methodological aspects and the most advanced knowledge in the context of Information by the PhD in ICT courses or Master‘s Degree from the University of Trento activated.

2. Admission to degree courses

To register for the Master of Science in Engineering is required to hold a degree or other qualification obtained abroad recognized as equivalent.

  •      Requirements for admission

The enrollment in Master of Science Degree in Engineering is contingent upon possession of curricular requirements and the assessment of their personal preparation. For specific information about individual courses of study refer to the tables in the download area.

For recovery and / or anticipation credits to access the Master of Science consulatare the page indicated in the useful links.

Download
Self-certification degree / exams (159 KB)
Request evaluation of curricular requirements – AA 2012/2013 (200 KB)
Self-certification foreign language (48 KB)

Table teachings MSc Civil Engineering File (11.23 KB)
Table teachings MSc Engineering Materials File (12.33 KB)
Table teachings MSc Telecommunications Engineering File (11.91 KB)
Table teachings degree Mechatronics Engineering File (12.11 KB)
Table teachings MSc Environmental Engineering and the territory File (11.32 KB)

3. Registration Info

The form for the evaluation of access to the LM for a. A. 2012/2013 must be sent to the office writing by hand, by post or fax.

Registration periods: from 23 July 2012 to 31 January 2013
(Required benefits Opera Universitaria WITHIN 14 September 2012)

For access to degree courses (LM) for a. A. 2012/2013 must be submitted “Request for evaluation of the curriculum” (available in the download box) to the Presidium Learning in order to assess the suitability immediate enrollment, or the recovery of credits, or the unsuitability enrollment .

There is no registration to the LM with educational debt.

Starting from school. A. 2011/2012 are still excluded from the possibility of access to the Master of Science graduates who, despite the curricular requirements, have obtained an average of less than 22/30.

The evaluation “Curricular Requirements” may also be submitted prior to the graduation of three-year degree as long as the student has already achieved 150 credits (certificates) complete the curriculum.

The students have been awarded the title cha degree from Unitn meet the curricular requirements for access to courses LM according to the correspondence table below:

THREE-YEAR DEGREE

DEGREE COURSES

Civil Engineering – scientific / methodological Civil Engineering
Engineering for the Environment and Territory – scientific / methodological Engineering for the Environment and Territory
Industrial Engineering – Materials Engineering DM509/DM270 methodological
Mechatronics Engineering
Telecommunications Engineering (DM509) –
Electronics and Telecommunications (DM270)
Telecommunication Engineering

Contacts
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For information contact the office telephone outside the opening hours to the public.

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Request evaluation requirements a.a. 2012/2013 (200 KB)
Autocerticazione degree / registration with exams (159 KB)
Self-certification foreign language (48 KB)
Prerequisites evaluation msc engineering (19

4. Enrolments and academic careers

Dear student,

In these pages you will find all the information necessary for completion of your college career, the renewal of enrollment, the mode of delivery of the curriculum, to the submission of the registration application to the call of graduation. Select the items that interest you and navigation will continue.
Enrolments

  •      request services with Opera
  •      with tuition fees payment
  •      enrollment waiting to graduate

Career

  •      Plans of study
  •      Changing Course / Options to the new system
  •      Abbreviations career
  •      deadline extension
  • Subscribing to individual courses
  • Unitn or transfer to another office location
  • Closure or temporary suspension of studies
  • Decadence
  • Recognition of foreign qualification

5. Education

The normal duration of the degree course is two years of study, with training activities, corresponding to 120 credits, which are organized on a semester basis and spread over four semesters teaching.
The learning activities for each course consist of lectures and exercises in the classroom and / or laboratory.

The commitment required of the student for each learning activity is measured in credits. One ECTS corresponds to about 25 hours of study for the student, including those for individual study.
For activities that consist of teaching courses, each credit involves at least 10 hours of classroom teaching.

The timing of the courses are structured in semesters and the verification of that training took the form of examinations, consisting of written tests, oral or design documents.

For more information about the organization of the courses in semesters, the prerequisites, the training activities of training and internships, how to conduct the final test, see the poster of the studies and the regulation of the degree course.

  • Teaching and other activities

Below is the class schedule of the second semester 2012-2013 Academic Year:

Hours Bachelor of Science in Telecommunications Engineering 1st year – Semester II File (7.34 KB)

Hours Bachelor of Science in Telecommunications Engineering 2nd year – Semester II File (6.83 KB)

Within a short beginning of classes, the hours may also be viewed through the application schedules and classrooms.

Any changes time of day, depending on the case, will be reported through the application schedules and classrooms or with a notice on the bulletin boards (boards that can also be accessed at the following web page).

  • Language skills

To access the master’s degree course the student must also have proven knowledge of English (level B1-CEF).

The student who has not acquired such knowledge in the previous career must produce appropriate certification of an equivalent level or higher issued by a statutory body recognized by the Faculty or the Interfaculty Centre for Language Learning (CIAL) at the University of Trento.

  • Teaching OnLine

The pages of Teaching OnLine are proposed as a means to give visibility to the various initiatives underway in our University.

Access to the University community
Access to community and Master courses
Access to CoDe Joint European Master in Comparative Local Development
Access to Community Online (Faculty of Economics)

6. Sessions Degree

Session degree – Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering

Calendar graduation session and LM LS – July 2013 File (829 KB)

KEYNOTE DISCUSSION DATE ANNOUNCEMENT DATE APPEAL APPLICATION SUBMISSION DEADLINE DEGREE NO LATER THAN RECORDING EXAMS NO LATER THAN
A.A. 2012/2013 from 14 to 18 Oct 13 October 25, 2013 September 20, 2013 October 4, 2013
A.A. 2012/2013 15 to 22-Jan-14 29 January 2014 18 December 2013 10 January 2014
A.A. 2012/2013 10 to 14-Mar-14 26 March 2014 19 February 2014 5 March 2014
A.A. 2013/2014 7 to 11-Jul-14 23 July 2014 18 June 2014 2 July 2014

NOTE: DO NOT accept registrations to the degree beyond the time limits specified

Documents required for admission to the Graduate

Question admission exam Degree File (259.5 KB) File (142.77 KB)
Provisional title master thesis TLC / specialist File (48 KB)
Almalaurea_esclusione_IT_2012 File (63.5 KB) (64.78 KB)
AlmaLaurea (direct link)
Placement (direct link)

More information

Thesis title page EN-ENG File (18.95 KB)
Thesis cd cover File (826 KB)

7. Referrals, contacts and organization

In this section you can find information about the teachers responsible for the course of study, teachers of reference for orientation, project Orientamat, internships, disability, recognition of credits and students who carry out tutoring in the Department.

more information

  • Rules, regulations and posters

You can download the academic regulations of the University, the Faculty regulations, the regulation of the course of study and other regulations of reference for the student, such as the regulation for abbreviations career, the Regulation for the internship and the regulation for the final test.

In this section of the site are made ​​available the principal rules and regulations related to the course of study.

Universita' di Trento

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