Information and Communication Technology

Duration of study programme: 2 years
ECTS points: 120
Qualification awarded: Master of Science in Information and communication technology


Admission to the Master of Science programmes at FER is open to persons holding a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and information technology, in computing and in electrical engineering or other related bachelor degrees. To follow this programme, first cycle study programmes at other faculties or universities, in technical and natural sciences or similar fields, are completely or partially sufficient.

Short description:

Information and Communication Technology enables the transfer and utilization of all kinds of information, therefore presenting the most penetrating contemporary generic technology. As such, it is the foundation of the economy and society in the 21st century. This technology generates changes in all spheres of society. It is applicable in all branches of the economy and all areas of science, and it is the background for successful entrepreneurship, as well as for all social and governmental structures. This second cycle study programme enables a student to acquire the competencies to solve difficult engineering problems, to design complex systems, to act as a leader of a team, and to conduct research and development in one of three profiles.

Within the study programme, a student immediately decides on a profile. The profile determines the list of theoretical and specialization courses to choose from: