Of course I was sceptical at first about being able to study on top of working, but I now see it is possible, thanks to online lectures, supervision by the teaching staff, and being able to exchange knowledge with fellow students during university attendance periods.
Information and Communication Technology,
This part-time programme offers professionals with a university entrance qualification the opportunity of gaining further training. Course contents are focused on the requirements of modern telecommunications, including management aspects. Using the latest education technologies and creating classroom environments based on web 2.0 applications enables students to study while working.
Media Design is a combination of mathematics, physics, information technology, and electrical engineering. These fields supply the knowledge needed to create systems for transferring information across various media. Key elements of this course include: communication media, signal processing, and communication processes.
In addition to meeting the requirements set out by the Deutsche Telekom Group, the Information and Media Design curriculum covers business administration contents for project and sales engineers.
Employability and Careers
There are many careers for information and communication technology graduates to pursue. Development engineers address technical issues and create efficient IT solutions and continuously optimize their products. Project engineers design and operate telecommunications equipment and facilities. They manage the projects and ensure that the customer demands are met. Sales engineers are in charge of planning and managing complex telecommunications marketing and sales processes. Key activities in their work also include marketing research and competitive intelligence.
An important term used in telecommunications is “convergence”, which is the merging of voice and data services in mobile and fixed network infrastructures, an area requiring specialists for management and capacity planning. After all, networks must be developed in a way that guarantees they will fulfil the needs of the future. Our graduates also work in operating and servicing telecommunications facilities, in purchasing, logistics, training and professional development, marketing, and sales.
Telecommunications is everywhere, which is why our graduates’ expertise is also needed in medical, automation, and automotive engineering.
In the module manual of the bachelor course of studies information and communication technology you find all relevant information about the contents of the single modules, qualification objectives and quantitative and qualitative demands.
|Degree||Bachelor of Engineering|
|Duration||Fast-track programme: 7 semesters (including Bachelor’s thesis)
Alternative option: 9 semesters
|Application deadline||Application forms must be handed in to the examination office by July 1st of the current year.|
|Beginning of lectures||In calendar week 39 of every year|
|Admission requirements||You will need to provide proof of:
General or specialised higher education entrance qualification
Technical college diploma
Master craftsman certificate
Certificates recognised by the state of Saxony as equivalents to the above
|Language Admission requirements||For foreign students interested in German B2.2
The proof about the submitted linguistic qualification may not be older than two years and must be presented accredited.
In some cases an exception may be made and applicants may qualify for access to university without the certificates mentioned above. In these cases, the applicant must have had vocational training and pass an admissions test. Please consult the FAQ for details.
|Fees||54 x 269,44€ with monthly payment method (50% discount with bologna@telekom support) We advise you gladly, on the costs of part-time study program!|
|Certification||Accrediation is certified (Akkreditierungsrat, ASIIN, EUR-ACE).
The third-party certification verifies the HfTL’s Master degree programme Information and Media Design quality of teaching and compliance with regulations of the Bologna process.
|Curriculum||General basic courses:
(Project management, technical English, economics and law,
scientific working techniques, soft skills and management training, project work (innovative Deutsche Telekom projects and research projects at the university))
Math and science basic courses:
(Mathematics, physics, measurement engineering, electrical engineering, circuitry)
Telecommunications engineering and networks:
(Signal processing, basic principles of data compression, methods for preventing transmission errors, optical transmission systems and technologies (wide-area and access networks), high-frequency engineering, wireless data communication, quality analysis and quality assurance procedures in telecommunications networks as part of network management, data traffic theory and analyses, network planning)
(Introduction to computer science, programming and computer engineering)
(cost management, customer relationship management, price management, accounting, controlling, marketing)
|Specialisation options||Telecommunications systems (optical transmissions systems, wireless/high-frequency technology, research techniques, embedded systems),
(consulting, marketing, CRM)
|Programme structure||Modular, part-time studies
This is an internet-based programme, which means that it consists of online learning and self-study portions.
One academic year includes 6 weeks of classroom lectures, seminars, and tutorials for which you must be present at the university.
|Learning materials||During the first attendance period, all registered students will receive a starter package, including:
Access to software required for studies
a Microsoft Developer Network account with download options for all Microsoft products
Borrowing privileges for all course-related literature