Telecommunications Degree Courses

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Telecommunications 02The telecommunications industry has flourished in the last few decades, with mobile communications bringing access to telephone and Internet networks to the most remote corners of our planet. Of course, the science and logistics of achieving this has also required an increase in the number of university courses preparing graduates for work in the field. Most will have a strong background in science, particularly physics, and a methodical approach to problem solving. With a relatively small number of specialist courses, and a still expanding industry, gaining a degree in Telecommunications could prove rewarding, both intellectually and professionally, for those with an interest in the field.

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Some Courses in Telecommunications:

  • Telecommunication Engineering (H641)
  • Electronic Engineering (H610)
  • Communication Systems and Electronics (H648)
  • Communication and Media Studies (P910)
  • Telecommunications and Network Engineering (HG6K)