Bachelor’s degree in Electronic Engineering and Telecommunications

Introduction

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ECTS credits: 240
Places:
50
Taught at
: Barcelona School of Telecommunications Engineering, ETSETB (Barcelona)
Contact
: promocio@etsetb.upc.edu

Today, practically all spheres of human activity require the support of electronics, including communications systems, multimedia services, industrial process control, energy management, the automobile industry, medicine, etc., all of which depend on electronics and its ability to cut across disciplines. In addition, the current trend in clean electricity makes electronics more present than ever: from microchips to train engines, electronics is everywhere.

This bachelor's degree aims to cover the needs of companies and institutions in a wide range of sectors that require staff who are highly qualified in design and technological development in the field of electronics. It provides a solid grounding in the principles of electronics and mathematics and gives students the skills they need to work in a field whose future is beyond our imagination.

Professional opportunities

Graduates may find employment in the areas of ICT engineering. They will be equipped to supervise and carry out tasks related to the design, implementation and management of electronic systems in fields and sectors such as the following:

  • Consumer electronics.
  • Telecommunications.
  • Microtechnology and nanotechnology.
  • Automobile industry.
  • Automatic control and robotics.
  • Multimedia, image and sound.
  • Energy and sustainability.
  • Medicine and health.
  • Bioengineering
  • Photonics and light technologies.
  • Aeronautics and aerospace industry.
  • R&D centres.

This bachelor's degree officially qualifies you for practice as a technical telecommunications engineer in Spain.