Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This program focuses on all aspects of telecommunication engineering, from high-level specifications of telecommunications systems, through to the realisation of communication circuits. Rapid changes in computer, internet, multimedia and communication technologies have created many challenges in the field of telecommunications engineering. It aims to equip graduates with the necessary skills, knowledge and practical experience they need to excel in this demanding industry.
Students undertake specialised subjects and electives of electronic engineering and computer science in the areas of telecommunication and network engineering, as well as a telecommunications project. Core subjects include: broadband digital communications, personal mobile communications, antennas and propagation, and current experimental practice in electronics and telecommunications projects. Students will also have a wide range of advanced telecommunications electives to choose from during the course. Students may also choose to combine their studies with a Master of Business Administration.
- Engineering-telecommunications and network
Standard entry requirements
- Four-year Bachelor of Engineering degree or international equivalent in electronic engineering, computer engineering or communication/telecommunication engineering, or a four-year (Honours) degree in an appropriate field, or equivalent
- Applicants with a three-year Bachelor of Science (in an appropriate field), or Bachelor of Engineering degree in another field, may also be considered for admission following the successful completion of the Graduate Diploma in Electronic Engineering.
Applicants with a 3-year Bachelor of Science (in an appropriate field), or Bachelor of Engineering degree in another field, may also be considered for admission following the successful completion of the Postgraduate Diploma in Electronic Engineering.
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