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Bachelor ICE – Computer, Communications and Electronic Engineering

The Bachelor’s Degree Programme in Computer, Communications and Electronic Engineering combines three main disciplines in the Information Engineering class: Computer Engineering, Information and Communications Engineering, Electronic Engineering in such a way that the programme shares an interdisciplinary core of subjects and focuses on the intensive use of laboratories.

Quick facts

Degree awarded “Laurea” in Computer, Communications and Electronic Engineering
Workload The total workload for each student is 180 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System)
Duration 3 years full-time
Intake September each year
Fees and funding
(approximate rate)
EU: 340€-3400€ (fee range based on personal income and merit);
Non-EU: 1000€-4500€ (fee range based on merit only, i.e. score in the application evaluation)
Location TrentoItaly

The programme shares an interdisciplinary core of these subjects and provides two different curricula, one in Italian and one entirely offered in English: both last three years and require 180 credits. The curriculum is in English and, alongside the first sequence of basic courses, offers cross-disciplinary training, and integrates courses that characterize each of the three areas. The Bachelor’s degree in Computer, Communications and Electronic Engineering provides students with general skills in the Information Engineering area and, depending on the chosen major, specific skills in the field of Information technology, telecommunications and electronics. The learning areas are:

  • mathematics and physics
  • economics and business organization
  • computer engineering
  • technologies and systems for telecommunications
  • electronic devices and circuits

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In addition to the basic courses, specialization courses are added for the acquisition of supplementary methodological or professional skills. The study course is strongly project-based: it is focused on the intensive use of the laboratories and promotes activities for the design of devices and software.

The Bachelor’s degree in Computer, Communications and Electronic Engineering aims to train engineers with specific skills in the fields of Information and Communications Technology (ICT). ICT is an engine of economic growth; in this sector added value and employment grow at a much higher rate than in the total industry. The professional figure to be trained corresponds to an engineer who is able to work in a team and address and solve problems, according to the chosen study path, in the fields of information technology, telecommunications and electronics, using methods, techniques and innovative tools.

This professional figure responds to the needs of the labor market, which often does not require specialization limited to a single sector, but rather a non-superficial understanding of the systems, methodologies and technologies of the entire information area, as well as the ability to grasp relations between the various disciplines and to deal professionally with interdisciplinary problems.

The degree program pursues a training plan consistent with the profile of the following professional figures:

  • Graduate Software Systems Technicians
  • Graduate Information Processing Systems Technicians
  • Graduated telecommunications technicians
  • Designers of systems for processing and receiving-transmission of information
  • Electronic graduated technicians
  • Digital architectures and systems designers
  • Analogue and signal conditioning circuit designers
  • Hardware / software developers of embedded and integrated systems.


Application deadlines
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  • EU citizens and non-EU citizens regularly living in Italy
    Spring Session: March each year
    Summer Session: July each year


  • hold a secondary school diploma awarded in Italy or other qualifications recognized as equivalent awarded abroad and at least 12 years of schooling.
  • pass the English TOLC-I test. The test is delivered online by CISIA, applicants must register

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