Through its cross curricular and multidisciplinary approach, the MSc in Communications and Computer Networks Engineering equips students with methodological skills in telecommunications, computer engineering and other IT engineering specializations that are needed to design in an innovative way both complex telecommunication systems and advanced data transmission applications and networks.
The MSc program favours methodological rather than descriptive content, providing students with solid and long terms skills, which are needed for a swift entry on the job market, and with foundations that allow a continuous educational update.
The Master of Science in Communications and Computer Networks Engineering at Polytechnic University of Turin ends with the preparation of a thesis: a time and opportunity for individual learning and work.
This is of fundamental importance for the completion of the students' training, because it exercises their ability to work both independently and within a group that is working on highly interdisciplinary topics. The thesis may be a research, design or advanced development activity taking place in Politecnico di Torino or within a company.
The final thesis work is then described in a dissertation that must demonstrate a mastery of the topics, the originality of the results and overall good communication skills.
The main professional profiles trained by the degree program are:
You can apply until:
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You need the following IELTS score:
Minimum required score:
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The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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