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OverviewBrunel’s new Wireless and Computer Communication Networks MSc will deepen your theoretical understanding of wireless and computer communication systems, as well as equip you with the ability to analyse complex problems associated with such systems.You will study and work to solve complex industrial problems in wireless and computer communications. This specialist course has a particular emphasis on traditional, new and emerging technologies and subjects, including communication network
Brunel’s new Wireless and Computer Communication Networks MSc will deepen your theoretical understanding of wireless and computer communication systems, as well as equip you with the ability to analyse complex problems associated with such systems.
You will study and work to solve complex industrial problems in wireless and computer communications. This specialist course has a particular emphasis on traditional, new and emerging technologies and subjects, including communication network technologies, communication network security, intelligent systems, internet of things, radio and optical communication systems, business and enterprise and engineering ethics and sustainability.
Access is available to modern technical facilities including computer, electronics, and power and control laboratories where you’ll work on your lab exercises. The latest industry standard engineering software packages are available for you to use in purpose-built computer laboratories.
During your studies, you will benefit from guest lectures delivered by industry professionals. You’ll participate in conferences and deliver poster presentations on your research work. This allows you to network and exchange ideas with experts in wireless and computer communication networks.
Careers and your future
A wireless and computer communication networks degree from Brunel will equip you with the broad knowledge and skills relevant to the rapidly expanding and fast-moving wireless and data communications sector.
Brunel’s closeness to the highest concentration of the UK’s electronic engineering and telecommunications industry - in London and along the M4 corridor - means our careers network is second to none.
Our graduates have been recruited by a wide range of wireless and communications equipment manufacturers, vendors, service providers, and end users.
Based in Uxbridge, on the outskirts of west London, Brunel University London offers over 100 specialist postgraduate courses, available to study both full-time and part-time. Nearly 18,000 students are enrolled at Brunel, with over 6,700 of those studying at postgraduate level.
Brunel is comprised of three colleges:
Business, Arts & Social Sciences
Engineering, Design & Physical Sciences
Health & Life Sciences
It also has five research institutes:
Communities and Society
Health, Medicine and Environments
Materials and Manufacturing
Brunel is in the top quarter of UK research universities, with research into education, cancer genetics, macroeconomics and random systems, along with recently-added topics such as performing arts and journalism.