Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering
Degree: Bachelor
Professional Qualification: Communications Engineer
Mode of Study: full-time, part-time
Length of Study: 4 years

Programme Profile:
The students study Electrotechnics, Electronic and Computer Technics, Programming, Computer Networks and Communications, Operating Systems, Communication Systems, Optical Communications, Audio and Video Technics, Microprocessor Technics, etc.
The students of Communication Technics and Computer Networks are trained how to construct and maintain communication systems and computer networks. They receive fundamental engineering and specialized knowledge of Electronics, Digital and Microprocessor Technics, Programming, Computer Networks and Communications, Analogue and Digital Carrier Systems, Optical and Satellite Communications, Mobile Communication System and Programming. A large number of elective courses in the field of computer systems and programming are also on the curriculum.  

Practical Training and Internship:
Provided is a specialized practice, which is a part of the curriculum, as well as practical training in IT companies. The students can join Erasmus +, take part in the clubs of Programming, Robotics, etc. Courses providing the opportunity for system administrators to obtain international certification are held within the CISCO academy at the Faculty of Informatics and Engineering.

Student Mobility:
The European programme Erasmus+ provides opportunities to the students to receive a grant and study abroad at our partner universities in the UK, Germany, Portugal, Poland, Greece and Turkey.

Career Opportunities:
The Bachelors of Communication Technics and Computer Networks can work in companies for wire and wireless communications, in firms and organizations for scientific development, research and production of communication, computer, audio and video technics, communication systems and complexes. A communications engineer can work in all spheres of communications and computer technics, in the manufacturing, servicing and public sector: science and education, communication companies and their subsidiaries, businesses and banks, industry, the police, social services, health care, etc.

Admission of Bulgarian students is based on their matriculation exam grades or entrance exam grades.
Admission of international students is based on their secondary education diploma allowing them access to higher education in their country of origin.

 Curriculum and Syllabi