• Why Master of Engineering (Telecommunications)
    Why this Degree
    This master degree closely aligns learning to professional practice. You will learn the latest in advanced telecommunications engineering theories. You’ll develop skills in engineering research methods and in your final year you’ll use these skills working on a minor thesis. As part of the degree you also have the option to obtain industry experience through a work-based project.

    Our students have worked on industry-related projects such as:

    indoor localisation based on visible light communications
    digital signal processing applied to a variety of practical problems (such as radar-based vehicle collision prevention system)
    various aspects of the Internet of Things
    Incorporating strong theoretical teaching, experience-based learning and modern facilities, we offer the ideal academic blend for graduates to meet the challenges of modern enterprise. Learning is supported by world-class engineering research and industry experience to help advance your expertise and career opportunities.

    Real-world connections
    UniSA collaborates with over 2,500 companies worldwide – we offer our students plenty of opportunities to get hands-on experience and make industry connections.

    The Institute for Telecommunications Research (ITR) is an internationally recognised research organisation focusing on four main areas: satellite communications, high speed data communications, flexible radios and networks and computational and theoretical neuroscience. Our postgraduate students work with supervisors with strong connections to industry and whose research topics tackle problems facing the wireless communications industry today.

    We also host regular University-wide employee master classes and employment expos, and alumni events in Australia and overseas.

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