The University of Liverpool

Telecommunications and Wireless Systems with a Year in Industry

City Centre Campus
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Rank: 33 (TCUG)

Location: City Centre Campus

Website: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/

Study mode full-time

Degree: Masters

Start Date: 2020/10/01

Duration: 24 months

Intl fees: £21600


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Description

University of Liverpool has opted into the TEF and received a Silver award.

OverviewThis MSc programme will develop your knowledge and skills to an advanced level in key aspects of telecommunications and wireless systems.The course content is updated annually to maintain industry relevance and to reflect the latest developments in the industry.This programme can be studied full or part time. The first two sections consist of lectures, laboratory classes and seminars, with a final section devoted to an individually supervised project.You will study the following core (compulsory) topics during the MSc:

  • Wireless systems and designs
  • Communication networks and security
  • Research skills and management
  • Signal processing
  • Cellular radio communications systems related topics.
In addition you can choose from the following options to take account of your interests:
  • Optical fibre systems
  • Radio propagation and antennas
  • Communication signal processing
  • Neural networks
  • Integrated circuit design.
Graduates will be capable of undertaking research and development work in telecom and wireless systems, and also developing and managing R&D programmes.This 2-year MSc programme EETI shares the same taught modules with its equivalent 1-year MSc in telecommunications and wireless systems (EETW) in year 1. But unlike the 1-year MSc students who do their MSc project over the summer, students on the 2 year MSc (EETI) are required to undertake an industrial project and placement (either in the UK or overseas) in year 2, typically 30 weeks from September to next June.This opportunity to work in industry will help students strengthen their career options by:
  • Undertaking the project work in an industrial setting;
  • Applying theory learnt in the classroom to real-world practice;
  • Developing communications and interpersonal skills;
  • Building networks and knowledge which will be invaluable throughout their career.

Requirements

Entry requirements

2:1 or equivalent required. Applications from international students are welcome. International qualifications will be evaluated in line with the National Recognition Information Centre (NARIC) guidelines.

Language qualifications

IELTS: 6.5 (no band lower than 5.5)


Notice: This score might not be totally accurate. It is the default IELTS grade for The University of Liverpool, Data telecommunications and computer networks .

About this university

International students

The International Support Team is on hand to help students travelling to Liverpool from outside the UK. They can help with matters such as visas and immigration advice, organising Welcome Week and its relevant details as well as presentations and workshops to help integrate with the new community. Further practical advice comes from living and working in the area as well as financial assistance and even improving English, if this isn’t a student’s first language. The Guild of Students is responsible for arranging the 190 clubs and societies available to students outside the classroom. These cover areas such as volunteering, the arts and sports. There are also plenty of opportunities to try something new and experiment with something different as well as practical, hands on societies to try a practical activity. Sports are very important at the university and many of its teams are in the higher tier of university sports. Sport Liverpool is the current heading of the sports clubs and groups and cover nearly 50 different types from cricket and football to windsurfing and lacrosse. Most compete for both men and women. There are also support services available to students as well as student health assistance and plenty of learning resources to assist with studies.

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