Master of Telecommunications Engineering - Macquarie University
This master degree covers rapidly developing information communication technology networks; software defined networking for multilayered, multi-band multi-radio access technology; 4G and 5G mobile networks; software defined networking for data centres and cloud networks; network functions virtualization; IoT networks and standards; autonomous cars and smart cities where software defined networking, 5G and the cloud are shaping the future.
DURATION: Full-time: 1 year - 2 years depending on RPL granted
STUDY MODE? Full-time
Session 1 (February)
Session 2 (July)
Estimated annual fee AUD $34,400?
Fee per credit point AUD $1,075.00?
See Fees and Scholarships for further information.
860819 (Electronics Engineering), 860820 (Telecommunications Engineering)
- You'll explore the latest hot topics in industry to understand the power of current and future key technologies that are reshaping the telecommunication industries. These industry-focused topics include 5G, software defined networks (SDN), Internet of Things (IoT), autonomous drones, heterogeneous broadband wireless networks and cognitive adaptive systems.
- Core skills you've gained from prior work experience or recent undergraduate studies are enhanced and extended in this robust and practical course.
- Your learning is enhanced by our location in one of Australia's leading high-tech precincts.
GREAT REASONS TO CHOOSE MACQUARIE
- Integration of academia and industry in the field of Information Communication Technology (ICT) engineering and our practical approach to learning and research.
- High exposure to professional practice and industries ( Nokia lab , OSS NeAct and R&S LTE Test mobile) which should lead to increased graduate employability.
- Advanced Courses on 5G, software defined networks, advanced mobile communication networks, Internet of Things (IoT) networks, standards and services, wireless sensor technology and cognitive radio.
- Program provides the necessary theory but with an emphasis on practical applications.
Telstra, Optus/Singtel, Vodafone, TPG, Google Cisco, Microsoft, AWS, Ericsson Nokia, Huawei, T-Mobile , AT&T, Verizon , China Mobile and many more mobile operators, IT Networks and companies in Australia and around the world.