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MPhil Telecommunications

 Course Level
Masters / PG
 Type
Full Time

 Duration
3 Years
 Start month
September

 Tuition fee

International
20000 GBP
National
4600 GBP
EU
4600 GBP

Application fee

International 0 GBP
National 0 GBP
Department
Department of Informatics
Scores accepted
IELTS (min)6
TOEFL-IBT (min)80
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About this course

Research income: Since January 2005, the CTR has attracted over £3m in research funding; its current research funding support is £1.2m. Moreover, since 2001, the CTR has received £5.4m in research funding, and has participated, among others, in nine EU-funded projects and seven EPSRC-funded projects.

Current staff: The Institute currently has 10 academic members, one RAs, three RFs, and 40 PhD students. This gives a ratio of approximately four PhD students for each academic member. The CTR successfully graduated over 60 PhD students since 2001.

Recent publications: The Institute has an excellent publications record: its papers have been cited more than 14,000 times. It has published over 1,350 papers; it has published three books, over 25 book chapters, and has filed ,over 20 patents. The average number of citations per paper published by the Institute is more than 10. These statistics put the Institute in a select band of top groups in the UK undertaking wireless communications research.

Current research projects: In 1996, the CTR was one of four selected founding academic members of the “Virtual Centre of Excellence in Mobile and Personal Communications (Mobile VCE)”, a prestigious venture between industry and academia. Since then, the CTR remained as a major contributor to Mobile VCE. In 2008, the CTR was selected as one of the four research groups, among the 56 Universities that applied, to participate in the “Green Radio” work area of Mobile VCE’s Research Programme.

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Eligibility Criteria

Bachelors degree with 2:1 honours degree (or international equivalent) in Electrical Engineerting, Electronics or Computer Engineering or a closely related subject and a good background in the area of intended research. 

Applicants who do not meet the undergraduate requirements but have or are currently studying an additional Masters with Merit (or international equivalent) in Electrical Engineering, Electronics or Computer Engineering may be considered.

English language requirement:

  • IELTS: 6.0
  • TOEFL-IBT: 80

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Course Modules

Description

Our staff are nationally and internationally renowned in a variety of areas of Telecommunications. We provide opportunities for Telecommunications research with a particular emphasis on mobile and personal communication techniques and networks. 

The CTR's research was initially concerned with architectures and protocols for wireless ATM networks, but quickly evolved towards work on protocols, mechanisms, architectures, and applications for IP-based broadband radio access networks. Some specific current research topics of the Institute of Telecommunications include Cognitive Radio and Networks, Advanced Radio Access Techniques and Applications, Protocol Stack Reconfigurability, Energy-efficient Wireless Networking, the Future Internet, Audio and Speech Technologies and Biomedical Signal Processing.

Course study environment

Our graduate students are an integral part of the academic life of the Institute of Telecommunications. All research students are provided with a dedicated work area, computing facilities, access to laboratory facilities, photocopying, and support for conference attendance. You will attend a School induction course, and also the Institute induction meeting. All students receive the College Guidelines for students and supervisors when they enrol and your supervisors will help you in developing research techniques as well as advise on relevant training throughout your studies. You will usually work within a group and be supervised by two academics. As part of this supervision you will take part in a monitoring exercise every six months. Our research groups hold frequent seminars throughout the year given by external speakers which our graduate students are encouraged to attend. In addition a number of seminars are given by our third year PhD students.

Postgraduate training

Receiving the appropriate training and support is vital in successfully completing a research degree, and King's has the highest completion rates in England (HEFCE 2007). All research students are required to attend the training provided by the School. Other training needs are assessed on an individual basis, in discussion with your supervisors. Some students are given the opportunity to work as laboratory demonstrators for undergraduate classes.

Head of group/division

Professor Mischa Dohler

Contact for information

Contact the Admissions Office • Before you apply: via our Enquiry Form (www.kcl.ac.uk/study/pg/contacts.aspx#admissions) • After applying: use the messaging service at apply.kcl.ac.uk Postgraduate Officer, Admissions Office Tel: +44 (0)20 7848 1648

Contact email

[email protected]

Course website

http://www.ctr.kcl.ac.uk

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How to Apply

Application procedure

Your application is assessed by the Research Graduate Admissions Tutor. We aim to respond within four weeks, although it may take longer at certain times.

September, January, and April start dates available. Applicants are strongly encouraged to start their degree at beginning of the academic year in September, when the College offers a full induction programme.

Personal statement and supporting information

We require all PhD applicants to submit a 200 word research proposal and to identify an academic they are interested in working with.

Course intake

Strand Campus.

Application closing date

The deadline for those eligible and wishing to be considered for EPSRC research council funding applications is 01 May 2016.

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