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The Master’s degree captures the evolution of the information engineering profession and represents a modern teaching approach that combines both solid fundamental knowledge and advanced technological skills.

Focusing on devices, networks, signals, as well as cross-disciplinary issues (big data, photonics, life sciences), the programme offers both strong theoretical courses and applied research-oriented teaching towards advanced technologies for future society.

Course structure

This degree provides a multidisciplinary education path in the field of information engineering, with an innovative fluid teaching model. This gives the students the ability to mould their expertise towards several specific applied disciplines, while still receiving a solid general-purpose engineering culture.

The course is organized in four curricula:

  • Telecommunications - the classical telecommunication course covering transmission, networks, signal and image processing, electromagnetism and transmission devices 
  • Cybersystems – an interdisciplinary curriculum oriented to networks and big data
  • ICT for life and health – an interdisciplinary curriculum oriented to applications in health and life sciences
  • Photonics - an interdisciplinary curriculum towards physics and material sciences

Career opportunities

Graduates work as experts in the analysis, design, planning and management of complex ICT systems and applications; network and telecommunication system operators; manufacturers in the ICT sector and defence; management and development of ICT applications and services; system integrators and ICT consulting firms; regulatory bodies, standardisation bodies, and certification bodies; research and development centres, and Academia; software houses; engineering consultants; networked multimedia services (business and entertainment).

Visit the ICT for Internet and Multimedia page on the University of Padua website for more details!




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