To become a telecommunications engineer, it is necessary to graduate from a technical university. Fields such as Telecommunications or Electronics and Telecommunications additionally allow for education in selected specialties, for example mobile telecommunications, ICT networks, multimedia in telecommunications, ICT techniques, wireless and multimedia techniques.
Of course, a graduate engineer may develop his skills by choosing a scientific path (postgraduate studies, doctorate). This possibility is offered by the universities and research institutes themselves.
WHERE TO WORK?
The job market is open for a telecommunications engineer. This industry is developing very well, which allows students of telecommunications to sleep well. It often happens that it is not the student who has to look for a job, but the employer who is looking for him. Employment can be found in television, radio, telecommunications plants, mobile and fixed telephony networks, in production plants, and research and development centers. A telecommunications engineer will find a job wherever we deal with broadcasting images and sounds, radiocommunication, telecommunications, teleinformatics, classic telephony, mobile telephony and other fields of telecommunications.
The range in which the average salary of a telecommunications engineer as an independent specialist is PLN 4,200 - 6,000. Along with the length of the work experience, professional promotion and creativity of the employee, his salary increases. Corporations appreciate innovative employees and try to keep them in their company at all costs.