Masters/Graduate Diploma/Graduate Certificate options available at DCU in the following areas:
- Telecommunications Engineering(on-campus or distance learning)
- Electronic Systems(on-campus or distance learning)
Additionally, via the 3U Partnership of DCU, Maynooth and RCSI, the following programme is available:
- MEng in Digital Health & Medical Technologies (more information here)
Electronic Systems / Telecommunications Engineering Information
Students on the Electronic Systems and Telecommunications programmes may decide to focus their field of study into any of four unique areas.
- Telecommunications Engineering (Networking Major)
- Electronic Systems (Nanotechnology Major)
- Electronic Systems (Image Processing & Analysis Major)
- Electronic Systems (Internet of Things Major)
If you are ambitious, want to stay abreast of new developments, wish to enhance your qualifications, are prepared to commit time to personal development and yet have limited opportunity for on-campus attendance, then this programme structure is designed for you. You can take courses remotely over the WEB - the distance learning option, attend lectures on-campus, or mix and match combining on-campus and distance learning to suit your particular circumstances.
For Web-based modules, courses can be studied via the Internet using online notes, e-mail, e-Conferencing, online assessments, tutorials and so on. For more information, please visit the following:
- Remote Access to Modules
- Module Information
- EXISTING STUDENTS: Login to Modules/View General Information!
The programmes have two intakes each year, one in September and one in February.
Induction Presentation 2015/2016
Induction for new students took place on the first Monday of Week 1. If you have missed the induction session or would like a copy of the presentation, please find the links below:
- Structure and Modules (Slides) (Recording)
- Timetables and Exams (Slides) (Recording)
- Plagiarism & Project (Slides) (Recording)
Direct Access to M.Eng in Electronic Systems/M.Eng in Telecommunications Engineering requires a minimum H2.2 in electronic/electrical engineering, applied physics or computer science.
Masters Qualifier (1 year pre-Masters course) requires a pass in a Level 8 Bachelor degree in a relevant discipline OR (in exceptional circumstances) a strong result in a Level 7 programme plus a miniumum 3 years’ relevant experience. The candidate must also demonstrate at interview that their qualifications and experience are satisfactory preparation for the programme. Successful completion of the Masters Qualifier allows entry to the M.Eng in Electronic Systems/M.Eng in Telecommunications)
For more details regarding application, closing dates and registration, please visit the following links:
A large amount of information can also be found in the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
The Registrar's Office,
Dublin City University
Glasnevin, Dublin 9
+353 1 7005338
(more contact info)
Faculty of Eng. &Computing,
+353 1 7006857
Email: Irene Farragher