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MSc (Eng) Telecommunications Engineering


Course Overview

The programme aims to provide the students with:

  • A curriculum which provides a broader range of subjects to facilitate the development of
    skills,  abilities, pursuit of interest and promotion of career development
  • The ability to contribute to the new and modern developments and maintenance of
    infrastructural facilities and systems
  • The confidence to design, build and manage more advanced building and structural
  • A wider range of transferable and marketable skills and knowledge leading to a variety of
    employment opportunities within the design and wider associated engineering industries
  • Teaching and learning techniques which lay emphasis on active and participative
  • The ability to apply modern technologies to solve problems in various areas of Telecommunications and related engineering areas

Study mode

Part time


2 years

Awarding Body



Several intakes per year depending on demand.

Entry Requirements

  • As per UTM’s Admission Regulations, and ‘Admission to Programmes of Study at Master
    Degree Level’
  • The MSc (Eng) is adapted for students holding undergraduate degrees, awarded at least a
    Second Class Second Division Honours degree in telecommunication, electronic and
    related engineering programmes that are accredited by or meet the academic requirements set by the engineering councils where the programmes are run (for example, CRPE for Mauritius (CRPE SPEC), ECI for India, SIET for Singapore, etc) or by international engineering councils / agencies such as the Engineering Council UK Council (UK-SPEC), the USA accredited engineering agency (ABET) etc