Degree in Telecommunication Systems and Services Engineering
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- Why study Telecommunication Systems and Services Engineering at the URV?
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The aim of this degree is to train students to become professionals with extensive, cross-disciplinary knowledge in the field of telecommunications and information and communication technologies who are able to conceive, design, implement, operate and manage multimedia (sensor, sound, image and video data, etc.) and multi-device (sensors, mobile phones, cloud, distributed servers, satellite, vehicles, people, etc.) telecommunication systems, networks and services. This degree will enable you to seek employment in companies from many different sectors with numerous scenarios and applications, including data network communications, smart cities and homes, the Internet, the Internet of things, big data, industry, telephony, optical and aerospace communications, and telemedicine. The degree will train you how to plan, implement and manage projects in these fields. Graduates will earn the qualifications they need to become professional telecommunications engineers.
The subjects are very practical and approximately 50% of the classroom hours are practical, projects and problems in small groups.
Catalan, Spanish and English
Students who wish to take this degree should be interested in learning about the technologies and services associated with telecommunications, information and communication technologies (ICT), and their various fields and applications. You should also be interested in acquiring new knowledge, the creativity and ability you will need to adapt to a rapidly changing technological and social environment, and the ability to work in a team.
- On graduating you will be at the forefront of technological knowledge in the fields of telecommunications and telematics as you will have acquired the professional skills you need to respond to current market requirements and technological progress linked to ICT.
- After the second academic year, the degree mainly focuses on web and mobile applications and services, the technologies and services of the Internet of things, smart cities and homes, wireless sensor networks, and telecommunications applied to the health, industry and automobile sectors. You can take up to 12 credits by conducting internships in companies in the sector.
- You can choose between two specialised itineraries: telecommunications systems and telematics.
- You will receive multidisciplinary training that attaches importance not only to technical knowledge but also to aspects such as entrepreneurship, innovation and the organization, planning and management of projects.
- 100% of our students find employment after graduation.
- Telecommunication systems
- Graduates will earn the qualifications they need to become legally empowered professional telecommunications engineers, who are highly valued and in great demand in the labour market. This is one of the Engineering degrees with the highest graduate employment rates. It enjoys prestige nationally and internationally thanks to the ability, versatility and flexibility of its graduates in carrying out tasks in multiple sectors. Telecommunications graduates are able to perform a wide range of tasks in numerous areas thanks to the cross-disciplinary nature of their training and the multitude of sectors that use ICT-related tools. This degree therefore provides graduates with a wide range of professional opportunities, including work as:
- Designers of hardware and software for telecommunications devices, equipment, systems and instruments.
- Developers of software applications for web and mobile devices.
- Telematic engineers involved in the development, maintenance and management of telematic networks.
- Systems and multimedia telecommunications service engineers for numerous scenarios and applications, including data networks, sensor networks, smart cities and homes, the Internet, the Internet of things, industry, telephony, vehicles, optical and aerospace communications, and telemedicine.
- Big data analysts.
- Purchasing managers in engineering departments in numerous sectors.
- Engineers responsible for the certification of telecommunications instruments, equipment and devices.
- Directors and managers of technological projects in ICT-sector companies and companies and technology centres that use ICT technologies (in the audiovisual, cultural, health, tourism and industrial fields and in public administration, etc.).
- Freelance engineers offering consultancy, certification, assessment, valuation, inspections, analyses and reports in the ICT field.