in English language

The new Bachelor's Degree Programme combines three main disciplines in the Information Engineering class (L8): Computer Engineering, Information and Communications Engineering, Electronic Engineering.

The programme shares an interdisciplinary core of subjects and provides two different curricula, one in Italian and one entirely offered in English: both last three years and require 180 credits. The curriculum is in English and offers cross-disciplinary training and integrates courses that characterize the three areas alongside the first sequence of basic courses.

​The Bachelor's degree in Computer, Communications and Electronic Engineering provides students with general basic skills in the Information Engineering area and, depending on the chosen major, a specialization in Information technology, telecommunications and electronics. The learning areas are:

  • mathematics and physics
  • economics and business organization
  • computer engineering
  • technologies and systems for telecommunications
  • electronic devices and circuits

In addition to the basic courses, specialization courses are added to acquire supplementary methodological and professional skills. The programme is strongly project-based: it focuses on the intensive use of the laboratories and promotes activities for the design of devices and software.

Location Trento, Italy
Duration Full-time 3 years
Start date September 12, 2022
ECTS credits 180
Application deadline Non-EU applicants living abroad
April 8, 2022 at 12:00 noon (UTC+2)
  Italian, EU and non-EU living in Italy applicants
March 28, 2022 at 12:00 noon (1st session)
July 22, 2022 at 12:00 noon (2nd session)

How to Apply

Admission requirements 

Plan your time to prepare and get started on your application well in advance.
Since some steps might take time, you are invited to complete all sections of the online form on time in order to give the Mobility Office the best chance to support you. 

Check the selection steps of the student admission for EU applicants and NON-EU applicants on the section Admission timeline. To be admitted, applicants are required to:

  • hold a secondary school diploma awarded in Italy or other qualifications recognized as equivalent awarded abroad and at least 12 years of schooling. Applicants who do not currently possess the secondary school qualification will also be accepted, provided that they obtain it during the year 2021/22;
  • register and submit the online application form according to the instructions and within the following deadlines:
    • for EU applicants: from February 1 to March 28, 2022 at 12.00 (noon) and ​from June 1 to ​​July 22, 2022 at 12:00 (noon)
    • for Non-EU applicants living abroad: from March 7, 2022 to April 8, 2022 at 12.00 (noon) 
  • pass the admission test TOLC-I. The test is delivered online by CISIA, a consortium of Italian universities. More information on how the test works, its structure and its syllabus is on the CISIA webpage.  
    • Italian, EU and non-EU applicants living in Italy have to select one of the admission test sessions that take place within the following dates:
    • For non-EU living abroad applicants, the admission test (English TOLC-I) is planned for April 27, 2022 
      and registration is automatic when the complete application is submitted.

Selection criteria

There is a minimum threshold of eligibility to pass the admission test:

  • for Italian and EU candidates: scoring at least 18 points out of 50.
  • for non-EU candidates: the selection Committee will evaluate only the application of candidates who passed the English TOLC-I test. After completing the evaluation process, the Committee will publish a shortlist of admitted applicants. Candidates scoring at least 50 out of 100 points will be declared eligible: only the five highest-ranked applicants will be admitted to the programme; the other eligible candidates will be placed on a waiting list.

Applicants will be notified of the Committee's decision by email. Admitted candidates shall:

  • confirm their place by email
    • within April 20, 2002 (1st session) and August 11, 2022 for Italian, EU and non-EU living in Italy applicants,
    • within May 20, 2022 for non-EU applicants living abroad.
  • pay the enrollment confirmation fee

Tuition fees and scholarship

  • For Italian, EU and non-EU applicants living in Italy, the annual fee range is based on personal income and merit: EU: € 340-3400
  • For Non-EU applicants living abroad, the annual fee range is based on the admission test score: € 1000-4500. The higher the score, the lower the amount of tuition fee.

The University of Trento offers a limited number of scholarships for top-scored Non-EU students living abroad applying for the Bachelor's Degree offered in English. The Admission Committee will award scholarships according to the final ranking list and availability (no extra application required) to deserving candidates. 

The minimum score for receiving the scholarship is 70 points. Students who benefit from a UniTrento scholarship will also waive the tuition fee. 

 

Curriculum

Mandatory basic courses

  • ​Calculus 1 (12 credits)                                       
  • Geometry and Linear Algebra (6 credits)
  • Computer Programming 1 (12 credits) 
  • Calculus 2 (6 credits)
  • Probability (6 credits)
  • Physics (12 credits) 
  • Computer Programming 2 (6 credits)
  • Physics 2 (6 credits)
  • Business Organization and Management (6 credits)

Mandatory cross-disciplinary courses 

  • Computer architectures and programming (Module 1: Advanced Programming) (6 credits)
  • Computer architectures and programming (Module 2: Computer Architectures) (6 credits)
  • Databases (6 credits)
  • Fundamentals of communications (Module 1: Signal processing) (6 credits)
  • Fundamentals of communications (Module 2: Networking) (6 credits)
  • Fundamentals of Electronics (Module 1: Logic networks) (6 credits)
  • Fundamentals of Electronics (Module 2: Analog electronics) (6 credits)

Computer Engineering Area

Select 12 credits from the following courses:

  • Introduction to machine learning (6 credits)
  • Operating systems (12 credits) 
  • Fundamentals of robotics (12 credits) 
  • Software engineering (12 credits) 
  • Embedded Software for the Internet of Things (6 credits)

Communications Engineering Area

Select 12 credits from the following courses:

  • Softwarized and virtualized mobile networks (6 credits)
  • Next-generation networks (6 credits)
  • Digital signal coding (6 credits)
  • Vision and recognition (6 credits)
  • Remote Sensing and Radar (6 credits)

Electronic Engineering Area

Select 12 credits from the following courses:

  • Advanced digital design (6 credits)
  • Embedded systems (6 credits)
  • Digital electronic circuits (6 credits)
  • Advanced Computing Architectures (6 credits)

The curriculum also includes the following activities:

  • Free choice courses (12 credits)
  • Internship (9 credits)
  • Soft skills (3 credits)
  • Final thesis (6 credits)

Career Opportunities

Employment Opportunities After Completing the Program

The Bachelor’s degree in Computer, Communications and Electronic Engineering aims to train students with specific in-demand skills in Information and Communications Technology (ICT). ICT is an engine of economic growth; in this sector added value and employment grow at a much higher rate than in the global industry. The professional figure to be trained corresponds to an engineer working in a team and addressing and solving problems using innovative methods and techniques. The professional figure responds to the labour market need, which requires an in-depth understanding of the systems, methodologies, and technologies and the ability to grasp relations between the different disciplines to deal with interdisciplinary problems professionally. The programme pursues a training plan consistent with the following job profiles:

  • Graduate Software Systems Technicians
  • Graduate Information Processing Systems Technicians
  • Graduated telecommunications technicians
  • Designers of systems for processing and receiving-transmission of information
  • Electronic graduated technicians
  • Digital architectures and systems designers
  • Analogue and signal conditioning circuit designers
  • Hardware/software developers of embedded and integrated systems.

According to the professional opportunities classified by ISTAT (Italian national statistical institute), graduates in Computer, Communication and Electronic Engineering can undertake one of the following professions:

Electronics Engineers - (2.2.1.4.1)
Design engineers of computers and their peripherals - (2.2.1.4.2)
Telecommunications engineers - (2.2.1.4.3)
Computer, telematic, and telecommunications technicians - (3.1.2).

Admission timeline

Plan your time to prepare and submit your application well in advance. Check the selection steps for EU applicants and NON-EU applicants.

 

Italian citizens, EU citizens, Non-EU citizens living in Italy

 Non-EU citizens living abroad

Online application opens

 February 2022

June 2022

March 2022

Online application deadline

 March 28, 2022

July 22, 2022

April 8, 2022

English TOLC-I sessions at UniTrento

 March 2022

July 2022

April 27, 2022

Admission Test results

 April 6, 2022

August 5, 2022

May 13, 2022

Enrollment confirmation deadline

 April 20, 2022

August 11, 2022

May 20, 2022

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FAQ

 

  Program Dates

When is the application deadline for this program?

March 28, 2022 at 12.00 (noon) and July 22, 2022 at 12:00 (noon) for Italian, EU and non-EU living in Italy applicants
​April 8, 2022 at 12.00 (noon) for non-EU citizens living abroad

What is the start date for this program?

September 12, 2022

Tuition & Fees

How much does this program cost?

For EU students, the annual fee range is based on personal income and merit: EU: € 340-3400
For Non-EU students living abroad, the annual fee range is based on the admission test score: € 1000-4500. The higher the score, the lower the amount of tuition fee.
Top-scored candidates will be entitled to receive a UniTrento scholarship. Students who benefit from a UniTrento scholarship will also waive the tuition fee

Can I pay for this program in instalments?

1st instalment by the end of December of the first year of enrollment;
2nd instalment by the end of May of the first year of enrolment.
More info: Scholarships

Program Type & Duration

Is this program available online?

No

What is the duration of this program?

Three years (180 ECTS) Full-time

Study Place

Where is this University located?

Trento, Italy 

Where is the department located?

Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science, Via Sommarive 5 Povo (TN), Italy Googlemap

Funding

What other funding options do you have for this program?

Scholarships
Services and benefits

How to Apply

What documents are required to apply to this program?

List of required documents

What is the admission process for this program?

How to apply

Language

In what language is this program taught?

-Bachelor's program in Italian / English
-Bachelor's program fully offered in English (new from ay 2022/23)

Request for Information

Email at ice.disi [at] unitn.it (subject: Request%20for%20more%20information)

 

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