Specialists in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering at University of Madeira are capable of the analysis, specification, design, industrialization, marketing and use of products supported by information technology.
With this in mind, the degree syllabus places emphasis on practical laboratorial experience, propelling design and production capabilities, allied to a solid theoretical training in supporting scientific subjects such as mathematics and physics.
As an area in constant expansion, throughout the course students are prepared and encouraged not only to integrate into different sectors, companies and organizations but also to create their own employment, making the most of the large entrepreneurial support in this area.
Graduates of this degree will be able to carry out duties related to the planning of systems or projects, in telecommunications, data networks (analogue and digital) and digital signal processing or technical duties about the implementation and maintenance of information systems.
Other opportunities exist in promoting research and technological development applied to telecommunication systems and computer networks as well as carrying out duties in the area of the production and distribution of energy, as well as in robotics and computing.
- Programming Paradigms
- Digital Systems
- Circuit Analysis
- Mechanics and Waves
- Data Structures and Algorithms
- 36 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- StartingApplication deadline not specified.
DisciplinesCommunication Sciences Electronics & Embedded Technology View 4 other Bachelors in Electronics & Embedded Technology in Portugal
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- This degree is aimed at those seeking to develop their knowledge and critical thinking in the area of Electronics and Telecommunications. Students should be capable of keeping track of the evolution in knowledge and technology throughout their professional life.
- Candidates may apply via the National Higher Education Access Contest providing they successfully passed one of the required admission exams. Candidates may also enrol via special regimes such as course/institution transfer, through one of the Special Contests in force or the Interntional Student Statute.
Living costs for Funchal
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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