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B.Sc.(Hons) Computer Engineering
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This is a three-year programme covering the following areas.

  • Embedded systems (hardware and software co-designn)
  • Computer networks
  • Computer systems
  • Telecommunications
  • Signal processing and machine learning
  • Microelectronics

Career prospects

A graduate of this degree programme can find employment in various sectors, including but not limited to the following.

  • Telecommunications
  • ICT infrastructure
  • Multimedia signal processing and transmission
  • Regulation
  • Software development for telecommunications and data processing applications
  • Manufacturing
  • Finance
  • Game development
  • Embedded systems
  • Specialised software development

Salaries

Below you can find a salary comparison by job category.

Job Category Average Salary
Courier / Delivery / Transport / Drivers €917
Fundraising and Non Profit €1,220
Electrical and Electronics Trades €1,247
Human Resources €1,250
Science and Technical Services €1,250
Customer Service and Call Center €1,271
Administration / Reception / Secretarial €1,282
Care Giving and Child Care €1,300
Teaching / Education €1,333
Fitness / Hair / Beauty €1,500
Construction / Building / Installation €1,510
Architecture €1,622
Sales Retail and Wholesale €1,664
Engineering €1,827
Food /Hospitality / Tourism / Catering €1,853
Automotive €1,858
Business Planning €1,917
Legal €2,000
Publishing and Printing €2,000
Accounting and Finance €2,121
Factory and Manufacturing €2,138
Marketing €2,195
Telecommunication €2,200
Information Technology €2,337
Import and Export €2,500
Health and Medical €2,521
Advertising / Grapic Design / Event Management €2,622
Airlines / Aviation / Aerospace / Defense €3,333
Media / Broadcasting / Arts / Entertainment €3,350
Executive and Management €3,429

Source: Salary Explorer, Salary Survery in Malta in Telecommunications Engineer

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Last Updated: 20 October 2017

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