Wide range of leading Masters Programmes
Our Communications MRes and MSc programmes provide the background to understand modern communications systems and are dedicated to training engineers and managers for the ICT and related industries in areas ranging from Physical Layer Communications and Devices to Networks, Services, Applications and Business considerations.
Our Master’s postgraduate degree programmes can be taken full-time (one year), part-time or flexibly for ICT and telecoms professionals, over a period of 2-5 years and we offer modules covering communication engineering issues relevant to the digital economy of the 21st century including:
- wireless and optical devices and systems
- IP networks
- innovating new applications and services
- cloud computing
- new business opportunities from 4G and beyond
- integrating electronic and photonic systems
We are now recruiting students for the following programmes:
- Nanotechnology MSc
- Internet Engineering MSc
- Wireless and Optical Communications MSc
- Telecommunications MSc/MRes
- Telecommunications with Business MSc
- Space Science and Engineering MSc
- Integrated Photonic and Electronic Systems MRes (as part of the UCL-Cambridge IPES CDT). This MRes cannot be taken part time or flexibly.
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The MSc in Nanotechnology and the Postgraduate Diploma in Nanotechnology are designed for graduates from the physical sciences and from relevant engineering disciplines who wish to enter this new and exciting arena, either as industrial researchers, technical managers or academic researchers.
Nanotechnology is rapidly establishing itself as a key technology, in industries ranging from microelectronics to health care, with a consequent demand for appropriately trained graduates. The MSc in Nanotechnology is run in conjunction with the department of Physics and Astronomy and the London Centre for Nanotechnology. The programme consists of taught courses (60%) and a research project (you can view a selection of recent project titles) with dissertation (40%).