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Telecommunications Engineering

Course Programme

RRII + Derecho

Course duration
No. of Credits
Type of programme
Number of places
Language
Internships, mobility
Degree obtained
Course venue

One year and a half
90 ECTS credits
Taught course
40
Spanish
they can be undertaken in the third semester of the master’s programme.
Master’s in Telecommunications Engineering (Official Spanish Degree Certificate)
Faculty of Engineering, University of Deusto

 

Master’s Final Project

The Master’s Final Project mainly seeks to analyse, describe and assess a complex technological problem, and provide a high added value solution, by mainly focusing on the theoretical and practical aspects taught throughout the Master’s course.
The Master’s project has the following stages:

  • Planning: Definition of the work schedule and specific competences to be developed in the project work.
  • Development: A number of group and individual tutorial sessions will be held to supervise students’ research progress.
  • Elaboration and presentation of the final work: After completing the project, students will be required to submit a final report.
  • Oral Defence of the Master's Final Project: Presentation and detailed description the project content, and defence of the conclusions reached, with a special focus on the competences developed.

Course Programme

RRII + Derecho

Course duration
No. of Credits
Type of programme
Number of places
Language
Internships, mobility
Degree obtained
Course venue

One year and a half
90 ECTS credits
Taught course
40
Spanish
they can be undertaken in the third semester of the master’s programme.
Master’s in Telecommunications Engineering (Official Spanish Degree Certificate)
Faculty of Engineering, University of Deusto

 

Master’s Final Project

The Master’s Final Project mainly seeks to analyse, describe and assess a complex technological problem, and provide a high added value solution, by mainly focusing on the theoretical and practical aspects taught throughout the Master’s course.
The Master’s project has the following stages:

  • Planning: Definition of the work schedule and specific competences to be developed in the project work.
  • Development: A number of group and individual tutorial sessions will be held to supervise students’ research progress.
  • Elaboration and presentation of the final work: After completing the project, students will be required to submit a final report.
  • Oral Defence of the Master's Final Project: Presentation and detailed description the project content, and defence of the conclusions reached, with a special focus on the competences developed.