MIME is the perfect combination of theoretical fundamentals and advanced technical skills, to face the ambitious challenges of the digital information era. MIME tackles digital technologies, photonics, multimedia signals and data networks. You will get the competencies required for the analysis, design, implementation and management of complex ICT systems and applications. You will learn to manage data, plan strategies, and perform innovative activities in the broad area of ICT, with specific focus on communication networks and signal processing, but also an underlying awareness of the physical reality that enables such systems to operate and communicate.
MIME is completely taught in English, and offers several international opportunities
4 EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS:
Telecommunications – Dive into the fascinating world of transmission systems, networks, signals and image processing
Cybersystems – Solve real world problems in the areas of web and security, big data, machine learning, and network science
Photonics – Quantum, optical, and nano-technologies to enable digital interplay and communication at the speed of light
Life and Health – Use your ICT skills in medical care scenarios for e-Health applications and improved quality of life
MIME will train you for the analysis, design, planning, and management of complex ICT systems and applications. You will be qualified for challenging technical jobs in manufacturing and service companies, or in the public administrations.
Last, but not at all least, MIME does not undervalue the importance of research: graduates will be able to work for research institutions or the academia
a) have passed an English exam in their bachelor, as per the transcript of records,
b) hold a cerification from an international agency,
c) have attended a bachelor taught in English.
MIME graduates have ICT-specific capabilities as:
ICT system designers; specialists and operators of ICT equipment and systems; researchers in the ICT sector and the next generation Internet; telecommunications networks and complex systems administrators and designers; managers of platforms implementing multimedia services; technical analysts in regulatory bodies for telecommunications.