Bachelor in
Electronic and Communications Engineering
News
ICT Days 2020
04/06/2020
Per i corsi di studio del Collegio ETF: https://didattica.polito.it/collegi/cl006/it/corsi_studio
Chat with us during the Polito Open Days 2020
25/05/2020
During the Politecnico Open Days - May 25-29 2020, we’ll be happy to chat with you. Check the calendar below! We look forward to chatting with you!
To participate - register on https://politopendays.it to get info via email.
New laboratory-based classes in the ECE degree
05/05/2020
Starting from the Academic year 2018-2019, the ECE course program offers new laboratory-based classes, thanks to the continuous evolution of the ECE course aimed at giving to the students a nice balance between a solid theoretical foundation and practical skills in Electronic and Communication Engineering. Here is a list of these new laboratory courses:
Switching to online teaching for Covid-19
01/03/2020
Even during this challenging time, PoliTO’s prompt reaction has aimed to guarantee assistance to all the students and international applicants. Online teaching was immediately available for all students, and will be guaranteed also for the Academic Year 2020/21.
Here at the Bachelor in Electronic and Communications Engineering (ECE), we have always worked to guarantee to all students the access to all classes, both using live streaming, and video on demand even previously the current situation exploded. We worked also to let students to completely follow the labs and exams remotely. For more info – click here
New statistics from almalaurea 2019 confirms our students enjoy their studies
20/12/2019
The latest job hunting statistics reveals that the employment rate of CCNE and ICT4SS graduates after one year from graduation is 100%, and that their average salary is 10% more than the average salary of a Politecnico di Torino graduate after five years from graduation.
Our students really like their course of study, showing a much higher appreciation for lectures and lecturers, with 85.7% of them being definitively positive versus the average 45.3% of all graduate students.
  
The lack of telecommunication engineering graduates and skills
05/06/2019