Doctoral students in the Electronics Engineering PhD Program are offered graduate courses such as Telecommunication and Information Engineering, Wireless Mobile Communications, Sensor networks, Microwave Systems and Electronics and Control Systems. Upon the completion of the PhD degree, the candidate should be at the forefront of knowledge in Telecommunications and in its related areas. The candidate should be able to evaluate the use of different methods in these subject areas, and should be able to contribute to the development of new knowledge, new theories and new methods in the subject area.
Upon completion of the PhD degree, the candidate should be able to formulate questions for, and plan and carry out research in telecommunications and in its related subject areas. The candidate should be able to conduct research at an international level, and should be able to address complex technical questions and challenge established knowledge and practices in the area.
Upon completion of the PhD degree, the candidate should be able to conduct research with professional and ethical integrity. The candidate will be able to participate in complex multidisciplinary assignments and projects, provide research and development via recognized national and international channels, participate in debates in the field in international forums and assess the need to take the initiative to drive innovation. The candidate should be able to quickly acquire new knowledge in the field.
Since we are an international group we uses English as our company language. In order to secure our communication and to match requirements at university level, you will need an International English Language Test System (IELTS) Overall Band Score of minimum 6.5 (www.ielts.org)