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Communications and Information
Engineering

Receive comprehensive training in the essential elements of modern communication and information engineering

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Essential Information

Degree title:

Degree of Master of Science in Communications and Information Engineering (MSc)

Duration

1 year full time
A 12 month registration taking into account 30 weeks of teaching during the academic year and project work throughout.

Application deadline
31st July 2020

Please note: applications for September 2020 postgraduate courses at Warwick will be open from mid-September 2019.
You can register your interest to receive an alert for the opening of 2020 Postgraduate courses.

Course Start Date
5th October 2020

Location of study
School of Engineering, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL, United Kingdom

PG Prospectus

Campus Tour and PG Visits

FAQs

Application checklist

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I took the CIE MSc as a sabbatical year from a long career in software engineering, with the intent to move into a comms engineering role. The course has met all my expectations, with good grounding in the fundamental technologies, e.g. antennas and wave propagation, advanced wireless networks, optical comms, and I also took the opportunity to take optional courses in data mining and data analytics. Most of the modules have small class sizes, and the lecturers have been very proactive in offering help on difficult topics and happy to engage with students.

Vince, MSc in Communication and Engineering student 2017/18

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