Information and Communication Technology (BEng), Full-time Programme
Signals are needed whenever information has to be transmitted, e.g. when sending SMS messages, or for controlling the production line of a car manufacture plant. This is where communication engineers come in. They make sure that information always gets to the right place.
Media design is a combination of mathematics, physics, computer science, and electrical engineering. Media designers are able to create systems for transmitting information using various ways. The key topics covered by the programme are transmission media, signal processing, and procedures/methods used for transmitting information. You will be able to apply what you have learned in a 3-month practical project, which involves taking on engineering tasks under supervision in a company.
Employability and Careers
One thing is certain: communication is becoming ever more important. This translates into many opportunities for information and media designers in a broad range of companies and sectors.
As a production and quality manager, for instance, you are in charge of coordinating your team’s activities in producing competitive products.
Network operators depend on your analytical skills and foresight in capacity planning and management. Other tasks involve developing networks fit for the future, purchasing, logistics, in services, marketing, sales, customer support, or training and professional development. 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|
|Application deadlines||July 15th for the winter semester of the current year March 31st for entrance exam candidates applying for the current year|
|Beginning of lectures||In the winter semester|
|Admission requirements||You will need to provide proof of:|
|Fees||The HfTL rises tuition fees for this course. We advise you gladly, on the costs of full-time study program!|
|Certification||Accreditation is certified (Akkreditierungsrat, ASIIN)
The third-party certification verifies the quality of the HfTL’s full-time bachelor’s programme Information and Media Design and its compliance with Bologna process regulations.
|Curriculum||Basic courses (project management, law economics, technical English)
Math and science basic courses (mathematics, physics)
Fundamentals of IT and electrical engineering
Signals & systems
Electromagnetic fields and waves
Hardware and software architecture