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Master EEA - TTT : Presentation
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- Master of Electronics, Electrical energy and Automation (EEA)
- Specialization : Telecommunication technics and technologies (TTT)
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Accomodation capacity

40 students in M1, 25 in M2

Target audience

Open in VAE
Open in initial education
Open in continuing education
Open in apprenticeship


The different systems of networks and telecommunications will be included into a worldwide network which enables two users to be connected from anywhere and from any terminal at their disposal. They will be able to transmit voice, data and images. All the services offered by the telephone networks will be at their disposal.

This phenomenon has been accompanied by the emergence of new technologies of telecommunications as :

  • Local high-speed networks, broadband networks and technologies
  • Mobiles networks (GSM, mobile satellite systems, third generation system : GPRS, Edge, UMTS) and fourth generation mobile system (LTE)
  • Use of Internet for dematerialization of exchanges (B2C, B2B, A2C, etc.)
  • Transaction security technologies, information system protection.
  • Management and monitoring technologies (technique and business processes)

Such a development in technologies is enabled by improvements achieved in many fields such as microelectronic, digital communication techniques, powerful real-time computing, object-oriented programming techniques. The necessity of high flows implies broadband transmissions and protocols to reduce the transfer times while limiting network congestion risks and integrating the quality service and the safety as essential parameters. Faced with the multiplicity of the necessary services, the firms need specialists in networks, telecommunication and in the new technologies in order to make appropriate choices.  

The advantages of the course

The strong point of this course is to associate teachings usually dispensed in other specialities (electronics, computer science and networks) which appear essential to obtain competencies in the fields of telecommunication networks. The course considers the needs of the firms working in telecommunications. However, the TTT Master’s degree benefits from the competencies of the university lecturers and researchers from the ESYCOM laboratories and the teachings in electromagnetism, propagation channel, electromagnetism compatibility.

Core competencies

The objective of the Master course « Electronics, Electrical energy and Automation Masters » is to give solid foundations in scientific and technical subjects necessary to understand electronic system whose purpose is to transfer information. The discussed systems are those which have applications in telecommunication, sensors and remote sensing for geographic information (geomatics). The students must acquire mathematical fondation for the signal and image processing. They must also acquire solid knowledge in physics and especially in analog and digital electronics. They must also know the operating principles of the electronic systems and the measures related to them. More complex systems use computer science and the latter needs to be mastered. The set of targeted competencies in this Master course are : network design, business information systems design, quality of service and security related to it, mobile network (2G, 3G, 4G), object-oriented technology, web architectures and enterprise systems (EAI, ECM, etc.), propagation techniques, electronics for telecommunications.   

After the course

Job prospects : research engineer, design and development engineer, telecommunication engineer, telecom and network deployment coordinator, project manager in firms or administrations, developer of telecom products, information system integrator, network operator or services provider (operator, ISP), engineer in validation of network coverage and/or mobile terminals, architectural and radio transmission engineer (2G, 3G, 4G), electromagnetic modeling engineer of electricity network for PLC.

Organisation of the course and possible paths

This course is provided as a initial education, a continuing education or an apprenticeship. It splits up on two periods : the first one for practical and theoritical classes from October to Mars and the second one for internship in firms or laboratories from April to September.

Main subjects

Mobile telecommunication systems, computer science, electronics, English language, business management, internship.

The options of the course

In your first year, three teaching units have to be chosen among the following five : Application of signal processing, Introduction to remote sensing, Introduction to telecommunication networks, Microwave frequency measurement and measuring systems, Introduction to business management, Scientific calculation.

In your second year, units have to be chosen among the following six to obtain 6 ECTS :

Antenna and propagation, fibers optic and optical links, electromagnetic compatibility, advanced object-oriented programming, HF transmission, industrial IT.


The students have the possibility to undertake their internship abroad and for this, they benefit from the Department of International Relations (Service des Relations Internationales) at the university.

What to do at the end of the course?

The observatory of student courses and professional integration (OFIPE : L'observatoire des Formations et de l'Insertion Professionnelle des Etudiants) regularly carries out graduate surveys to determine their future at the end of the 30 month course. 100% of the surveyed graduates have been employed in executive job in 2009.

Research environment


Training location

UPEM, Cité Descartes, Marne-la-Vallée