From academic year 2023/2024, the course in Information and Communications Engineering is replaced by the new Master's Degree in Information Engineering.
The Master's Degree in Information and Communications Engineering and this website remain available only for students who have enrolled in the previous years.
The two-years Master's Degree in Information and Communications Engineering aims to train professionals to produce and manage technological innovation and fulfill high-profile technical or managerial roles in contexts that require in-depth knowledge of Information Engineering disciplines, focusing on specific aspects of Telecommunications Engineering.
The Programme is organized into 2 curricula
- Curriculum Information and Communications Engineering
- Curriculum ICT Innovation, which also allows students to participate in the EIT Digital Master School program, held in a consortium of European top universities and lead together with business partners.
The programme is strongly focused on the international dimension: students attend lectures with professors from both the academic environment and other research organizations or from industry.
Most courses include laboratory classes to provide students with a thorough practical knowledge, as well as a broad theoretical background on subjects they are more interested in.