The rapid pace of innovation that our society is experiencing today in information and communication technology, manufacturing, and material science is opening up great opportunities while raising fresh challenges and resulting in unprecedented levels of complexity.
Engineers play an important role in helping society take advantage of new opportunities and address emerging challenges. Through innovative solutions, engineers contribute to the development of human societies and the prosperity of nations. To fulfill this critical mission, however, engineers require demanding training spanning several disciplines and combining rigorous theory with challenging practical work. At MedTech, we have the labs, facilities, and faculty to make sure we dispense an education of international quality to our engineering students.
The current specializations at MedTech revolve around two main thrusts: information and communication technologies (ICT) and renewable energies.
Within ICT, MedTech offers three undergraduate engineering degrees, namely Software engineering, Computer Engineering, and Telecommunications Engineering.
In the energy area, MedTech offers a renewable energy engineering degree combining areas traditionally offered under electrical and mechanical engineering to create a unique multidisciplinary curriculum aimed at offering our student engineers the knowledge and skills to take advantage of the emerging opportunities in the field of renewable energy sources.