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For someone who want to become proficient engineer, however is able to look at the problems from its fundamentals, namely mathematics and physics. Other than that, one must be ready to explore different topics like computer systems, telecommunications networks, electronics.

Because of their broad program, the studies open the doors for multiple careers. Starting from designing and building networks for telecommunications operators, through software engineering or electronics, for the people who want to work close the the hardware. Obviously, the engineers in all of these professions are in high demand.

I think that Telecommunications fit with someone who has curiosity about technology and how it is changing our daily lives, in both social and business context. The telecommunications field embraces four different branches at UPM: Telematics, image and sound, electronics and telecommunications systems. Regarding this, anyone interested in any of these areas should study Telecommunications in order to a huge knowledge not only on the area chosen but also in the others you get a great background.

Well, it depends on your concerns since the job opportunities are endless. You can work in everything related to technology from software developer to IT consultant, electronic engineer, and so on. As you see, these positions are very different to each other and this is one of the awesome reasons to study Telecommunications since this degree gives you a wide vision and you can end up working on very different fields.