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The Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunications has adopted a 3-level study system: undergaduate (BSc), graduate (MSc) and doctoral (PhD).

The following fields and programmes of study are currently available:

BSc studies in Electronics and Telecommunications - 7-semester programme, conducted in the Polish language,

within four specialties:

  • Radio Communications
  • Computer Networks and Internet Technologies
  • Multimedia and Consumer Electronics
  • Telecommunication Systems

For the holders of at least undergraduate diplomas the Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunications offers the following graduate (MSc) programmes:

Electronics and Telecommunications, conducted in the Polish language, within specialties:

  • Radio Communications
  • Computer Networks and Internet Technologies
  • Multimedia Consumer Electronics
  • Telecommunication Systems

This programme lasts three semesters.

Electronics and Telecommunications, conducted in the English language, specialty:

  • Information and Communication Technologies

This programme offers two options; three and four semester long respectively. The three semester version is meant for the first cycle graduates of Electronics and Telecommunications and the four semester option for E&T related study fields.

A unique MSc programme, held jointly with the Adam Mickiewicz University and the University of Economics in Poznan, conducted in the Polish language:

Technical Applications of the Internet                                                               - more info at http://www.kti.ue.poznan.pl/en/tzi

This programme lasts four semesters.

Last Updated on Friday, 29 April 2016 05:33  

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