Earning a Ph.D. requires extended study and intense mental effort. A PhD is an academic study on which you concentrate for four to six years after obtaining your master’s degree, and that leads, if successful, to a PhD degree, the highest academic degree.
A telecommunications program can help students learn all about how information is transmitted remotely. Students may explore the complexities of modern technologies, including the internet, cell phones, and broadcasting, as well as the technical aspects behind their operation.
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The TICRM Interuniversity Doctorate Program aims at advanced training in the field of mobile communications of new researchers so that they can successfully face the challenge of knowledge generation and transfer to society and the productive fabric. [+]
The main objective of this PhD programme is to train researchers and lecturers in the media and communication study field. Thus, the present proposal intends to meet the need for an innovative and creative training in the country and in the Lusophone space in its expertise area, the Communication Sciences... [+]
NEMPS is a doctoral programme offered by Universidade Lusófona. The programme's NEMPS has a total minimum duration of 3 consecutive years, full time, and a maximum duration of four years. It comprises eleven (11) curricular units, five (5) of which are mandatory. The programme comprises two main parts... [+]
The doctor study programme provides the specialised university education to the graduates of the previous master study in electronics and communication technologies. [+]
Technology and Management in Transportation and Telecommunications | Transportation Systems and Technology | Air Traffic Control and Management [+]
Department of Communication Engineering was founded in 2003, and its graduate programs (Ph.D. and Master programs) were founded in 2000. The department currently consists of 15 faculty members. [+]
Changes in the field of computer science and telecommunications have never been more dynamic. New information technologies are continually developed, and their transfer touches everywhere and takes place over a remarkable speed. [+]