This programme is designed to integrate telecommunication systems with computer technology so that graduates can take up demanding, responsible and exciting positions in the rapidly expanding telecommunication industries.
The programme has been developed in consultation with leading telecommunications companies in Mauritius and is tailored to the current needs of industry. Armed with this qualification, graduates will have a sound knowledge on programming techniques, on telecommunication and network technologies, on digital and analogue technologies, on legal issues and on standards used. Graduates will also have the necessary skills to develop a concept through the design and computer modeling stages.

‘A’ Level in Mathematics and one subject from Physics, Chemistry, Physics with Chemistry, Electronics, Computer Studies, Design and Technology, or any other applied science subject acceptable to APL/APEL committee at  HSC, GCE “A” Level, or Baccalaureate, or alternatively holding an Advanced or Higher Technician Diploma, or the Brevet de Technicien Superieur of the Mauritius Institute of Training and Development / Industrial and Vocational Training Board (Mauritius), or the Full Technological Certificate of the City and Guilds of London Institute, or an alternative diploma acceptable to APL/APEL committee.