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When we drive a car, write a tweet, make an electrocardiogram, design a stadium, prepare a video clip, make coffee--in almost every activity, information technologies are the fundamental element. These technologies are so widespread that we hardly notice them: we are all users of them, perhaps not even too experienced.

IETI provides you with some valuable ingredients: world-class professors, handouts for all courses, continuously updated and content-rich website, laboratories where you can experiment, and research projects in which you can participate. With the skills and method provided by this course of study you will be in the best position to build your future and that of the society in which we live.

In addition to the core subjects, IETI provides a broad spectrum of knowledge (electronics, computer science, telecommunications, electromagnetic fields...) enabling students to continue their studies in any master's degree program in ICT.

What will you study

The ICT graduate is first and foremost an engineer: he or she must be able to cope with the challenges and problems of designing new systems and be able to continually update his or her education to match the constant technological evolution. This requires some essential tools: mastery of the bases of scientific knowledge (mathematics and physics in targeted curricula for the ICT engineer), the industry-specific knowledge, and the creativity needed to design and implement new applications.

The ICT-specific content is very varied: They range from the study of how computers work (in all types, from the 'embedded' processors found in smartphones to those in 'cloud' servers) to their programming, from digital and analog electronics to micro-electronic circuits (which are the components of any system capable of computation and communication), from semiconductor physics to antennas, from system and process control to digital transmission techniques (wireless, cellular, adsl, etc.), from multimedia signal processing (MP3, jpeg, mpeg, etc.) to telecommunications networks (which are the basis of the Internet).

After graduation

The EITI graduate


Who is it?

He is an engineer who is able to continue his or her studies in any master's degree program in the ICT sector, but also to enter the world of work to design and implement systems, apparatus and devices within companies operating in ICT.

What do you do?

The course aims to ensure adequate mastery of scientific and professional methods and content, which can be exploited from the earliest years of employment in enterprises, companies and institutions that implement systems and offer services, integrating electronic, computer and information transmission and processing components.

In particular, the graduate will:

  • designs hardware and software devices
  • develops electronic technologies and systems
  • designs, implements and operates systems, networks and services for information transport and processing
  • produces and manages goods and services
  • organizes the performance of these activities aware of the professional and ethical responsibilities that your work entails.

Where do you work?

The professional outlets of the graduate in electrical engineering and information technology are:

  • electronic, mechatronic, and electromechanical companies that make systems to manage processes and plants through the integration of computer, electronic, and data transmission components
  • enterprises designing, manufacturing and operating network equipment, systems and infrastructure for acquiring, processing and transporting information on fixed and mobile networks
  • enterprises of the networked telematics and multimedia sectors (electronic commerce and publishing, Internet services, telemedicine and telesurveillance)
  • enterprises of design and production of electronic components, microprocessors, circuits, boards, apparatuses and systems
  • ground or space-based telecommunication and remote sensing service enterprises
  • automotive, aircraft and manufacturing industries
  • computer industries operating in the areas of hardware and software systems design and production
  • consumer electronics, multimedia and entertainment industries
  • automation and robotics industries
  • microelectronics and nanoelectronics industries
  • regulatory bodies and air, land and naval traffic control agencies
  • Government sectors and service enterprises that apply electronic technologies and infrastructure for data processing, transmission, and use.