The natural working placements for graduated students of this master programme are:
- in enterprises, industrial and public research entities operating in the fields of hardware-software computing and networking infrastructures, distributed systems, service architectures, high performance computing, cluster computing, grid and cloud computing;
- in enterprises, industrial and public research entities, social and citizen services, and public administrations operating in applications based on distributed services, such as industrial automation, e-business, real-time and mission-critical systems, emergency management and disaster prevention, ubiquitous health care, intelligent urban sensors, telecontrol, energy sources management, vehicular networks, and many others;
- in higher level university and research activities, notably PhD in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Telecommunications.
Access to further study
The Master degree in Computer Science and Networking allows the graduate to compete for entry into a Third Cycle programme/doctoral school.
Feb. 2017: call 2017/18 is opening