In 2001 EPSC opened its Master's Degree in Telecommunication Engineering, with a curriculum fully based on a project-based learning strategy, with a structure similar to that used by Aalborg University (Denmark). This consists of a two year, 3000 hour program (1500 hours per year), of which 1800 are devoted to project development. Typically, one semester is formed by two blocks or learning units, each block formed by a multidisciplinary project and one or two courses closely connected with the project. The project is developed by students working in teams of 4-6 students.
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