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Double Master's degree in Telecommunications Engineering and Advanced Communication and Artificial Vision

Become a specialist in the artificial-vision-guided robotics, telecommunication networks and ITC projects management. Lead companies’ digital transformation processes and technology development in the advanced communications, new generation networks, artificial vision, multimedia applications development and business scopes.
This master's degree qualifies you to work as a telecommunication engineer.


Master’s degree in line with the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda.

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Why study the Double Master's degree in Telecommunications Engineering and Advanced Communication and Artificial Vision?

  • You will obtain the double degree in:
    • Master’s degree in Telecommunications Engineering 
    • Master's degree in Advanced Communication and Artificial Vision
  • High demand for professionals: considering the lack and the importance of this professional profile, the aim of the European Union is that the ITC specialists collective become 10% of all the employment in 2030.
  • In line with the Estrategia de Especialización Inteligente S4 (Smart Specialisation Strategy) of Navarre, which outlines the need to work for the digital transition of processes, products and services. Specifically, its 7th line of work is in line with the Master's degree’s topic: production lines which are more autonomous, flexible, integrated into information systems, implementing new manufacturing technologies.
  • Teaching staff with proven teaching and researching excellence.
  • Small groups.
  • Possibility to take part in transfer-to-industry projects within UPNA's Institute of Smart Cities.
  • You will acquire the knowledge, skills and competences to:
    • Design: access and sensor networks applied to real contexts, using optical fibre non-guided technologies; optical fibre, artificial vision, telematics, and electronics and artificial-vision-guided robotic systems for industrial environments.
    • Manage ITC projects thanks to training that will allow you to understand the keys for business development in ITC companies and the project funding fundamentals and their impact on the company.
    • Process signals (machine learning).
    • Tackle interdisciplinary projects, not only related to telecommunication networks and services, but also instrumentation, multimedia application development and similar fields.

Master’s recognized with the European quality certificate for engineering  EUR-ACE®. 

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Training in competencies


From which degrees can I access the Double Master's degree in Telecommunications Engineering and Advanced Communication and Artificial Vision?

  • Graduate in Telecommunication Technology Engineering or Telecommunication Engineer.
  • Other graduates whose degrees comply with some of the conditions for access established in sections 4.2.1. and 4.2.2 of Order CIN/355/2009. 

What will I be able to work in when I finish the Double Master's degree in Telecommunications Engineering and Advanced Communication and Artificial Vision

  • R&D&I projects management and direction, focused on implementing and exploiting telecommunication facilities and services: radiocommunications, optical and satellite networks, new generation networks, industry 4.0, multimedia services, optic communication, sensor networks, etc.
  • Multidisciplinary teams management in different organisations: department direction, team direction, ITC projects direction, product direction, services marketing direction.
  • Technical direction in: data networks, telecommunication services, company consultancy, software and multimedia applications design.
  • ITC development and implementation in the renewable energies sector, biomedical engineering, industry 4.0, smart cities, etc.
  • Access to a researching career.

Learning outcomes

Access and admission

Access requirements

To be admitted to the official Master's Degree courses, students must hold an official university degree issued by a higher education institution in the European Higher Education Area or in other countries which entitles them to access Master's degree courses in the country issuing the degree. 

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Specific criteria for the Master's degree

The Master’s degree Academic Commission is ultimately the entity in charge of deciding on admission. 

In the case that there are more people meeting the admission criteria than places offered, the selection process will follow the guiding principle of merit evaluation, which will be implemented following these criteria:

  • Academic record
  • Suitability of degree submitted

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