What will you learn?
The programme lasts 2 years.
In Year 1 you will acquire a common background in advanced methodologies (such as machine learning, signal processing, information theory, electromatic fields) to study, design and control communications systems, from optical and wireless links to large and complex communication networks.
In Year 2 you will have an array of opportunities to tailor your study plan to your attitude and interests, with a course catalogue that includes all current cutting-edge technologies in the communication field.
Some of the skills that you will gain are the following: Python and Matlab coding, programming for software-defined communications, network management and control, communications and network simulations, network measurements, optical and wireless transmissions, and finally deep learning, neural networks training and inference.
How will you learn it?
Two full semesters are devoted to projects: in one semester you will study software-defined communications and in the other semester you will learn about applied communication systems and Internet of Things (IoT).
Many courses include laboratory activities in advanced research labs with a strong learning-by-doing approach. Advanced simulators and digital-twins of communications equipment allow easy access to practical training. More than 300 hours are devoted to practical training on technologies in the field of wireless and optical communication, networking and signal processing. You will work on your thesis project during 300 hours; this means that you will be engaged in practical work for about half of the total number of hours.
The programme is closely connected with the business world: you will have plenty of opportunities to work on your thesis project or do an internship in a company, on top of excellent placements and seminars.
What you can do next
Higher salaries, higher employment rate: according to official Almalaurea statistics, 89% of our graduates find a job within one year of graduation, and 100% in 5 years from the graduation. The average net monthly pay reaches 2,042 Euros in five years, which is 10% higher than the salary paid to graduates from other Politecnico programmes.
You will be able to work in various career fields in both public and private companies:
- Design, development, management and operation of telecommunication systems and networks
- Design and development of telematic services
- Marketing in ICT scenarios
Postgraduation opportunities: PhD programmes or Specializing Master’s programmes.
Study abroad and double degrees
You will be able to study abroad for one semester at a foreign University that is partner in our mobility programmes.
If you wish to earn a double degree you will have to spend one additional semester at the foreign university (2 semesters at Politecnico di Torino + 3 semesters at the hosting university):
- EURECOM Sophia-Antipolis (France)
- INSA Lyon (France)
- PARISTECH Paris (France)
- KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm (Sweden)
- University of Illinois at Chicago (USA) - TOP-UIC project