Graduate of Electronic Communications Engineering

Graduado en Ingeniería en Electrónica de Comunicaciones

Telecommunications work based on electronics, so the Degree in Electronic Communications Engineering offers excellent future job prospects.

As a graduate of the Degree in Electronic Communications Engineering, you will carry out projects involving the design and construction of wireless devices. You’ll therefore become an expert in fields such as advanced mobile telephony systems, GPS devices and laser-based optical communications.

Where will I work?

Can you imagine being the engineer who designs a chip that allows satellites to communicate with Earth? Would you like to be able to understand how a Wii works, from the remote control to the control system? Then this is the degree program for you.

The future of business involves improving products through the use of electronic communications. For example, there is rising demand in the auto industry for new navigation systems and wireless sensors to diagnose vehicle status. As a graduate in this field, you’ll therefore be able to work for any company looking to improve its competitiveness. A world of opportunities is open to you.

You’ll be able to develop your career at any number of companies in the electronics and telecommunications sectors. In Spain, these companies include INDRA, TELEFÓNICA, IKUSI, VODAFONE, ALCAD, IKOR, CAF, SEAT and ACCIONA. At the international level, the possibilities are virtually endless and include SIEMENS, NOKIA, BRITISH TELECOM, IBM, AUDI, TEXAS INSTRUMENTS, ANALOG DEVICES, SONY-ERICSSON and APPLE.

This profile is also in demand in sectors such as R&D&I and consultancies.

 

Aportación a la sociedad

En la actualidad el mundo de las telecomunicaciones está cambiando nuestra forma de vivir. Cada vez la interconexión de dispositivos electrónicos con nuestras vidas es mayor, y dicha interconexión se realiza de una forma inalámbrica.

Nuestra forma de divertirnos, comunicarnos, trabajar está mejorando gracias a la electrónica de comunicaciones. El auge de este sector está generando una segunda revolución industrial, por lo que ser experto en este sector te garantiza un sinfín de oportunidades laborales.

Redes de sensores que permitan evitar accidentes, reducción del consumo para el ahorro energético, son aspectos en los que un ingeniero de electrónica de comunicaciones tiene mucho que aportar.