The Telecommunications and Electronics Engineering program aims to cultivate well-rounded professionals endowed with a comprehensive skill set. These individuals are adept at harnessing their deep knowledge base for the interpretation, design, installation, and management of sophisticated telecommunications and electronic systems, alongside the services these systems support.

The curriculum is structured to equip students with the critical competencies required to ensure operational efficiency and innovation in their field. Additionally, a strong emphasis is placed on environmental stewardship, preparing graduates to integrate sustainable practices into their professional activities.

Through this holistic educational approach, the program seeks to produce professionals who are not only technically proficient but also environmentally conscious and capable of contributing significantly to the advancement of the telecommunications and electronics industries, meeting the demands of an increasingly connected and digital world.


Telecommunications and Electronics Engineering


4 years

Non-Spanish speaking students

The program’s duration is 5 years. Total cost of the program, including the 1st year of preparatory and Spanish language program.  The Spanish preparatory program includes the following:

  • Accommodation in CubaHeal students’ residence for the 1st year of Spanish Pre-med
  • Transportation from and to school
Career Preparatory/ Spanish language PRICE (USD) 1st year PRICE (USD) 2nd year PRICE (USD) 3rd year PRICE (USD) 4th year Total program cost
Telecommunications and Electronics Engineering $14,140.00 $5,500.00 $6,325.00 $7,705.00 $8,280.00 $41,950.00 USD


Spanish speaking Student:

The program’s duration is 4.5 years. For Spanish speaking visitors interested in this program, kindly visit our sister company by clicking on the image below:

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Important Notices:

  1. All non-Spanish speaking students are required to enroll in a 1-year pre-med program intended to deepen students’ knowledge of the Spanish language related to Biomedical Sciences and also to train the students in the development of the teaching process.
  2. Upon submitting your application, it will be recorded in a database and is only valid for the academic year in which it was requested. Otherwise, if you do not attend in that period, you must make a new formal request.

The above prices include the following:

  • Enrollment
  • Right of attendance to all practical and theoretical teaching activities
  • Right to all the exams including the final state examination.
  • Marks certification.
  • Title duly legalized by the University of Medical Sciences where the student has attended studies at the end of the program.
  • Use of library services during the studies.
  • Access to sport and cultural areas of the University of Medical Sciences
  • Participation in its various manifestations and scientific advisory for research works.


The above prices do not include the following:

  • Accommodation for year 1st – 4th year of the engineering program
  • Meals
  • Learning materials
  • National or international transportation
  • Telephone services and/or internet services.
  • Books
  • Printing
  • Immigration procedures in Cuba
  • Change of migratory status
  • Identity document for year 1st – 4th year of engineering
  • Translations and legalization at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or embassies
  • Health insurance or medical care
  • Paperwork and transfer of the deceased in case of death.



  • Work Objectives

The Cuban Telecommunications and Electronics Engineering program is dedicated to developing professionals who excel in a variety of key objectives, central to which is the mastery of telecommunications and electronic systems. These systems encompass a wide array of technologies—ranging from analog to digital and spanning electrical to optical forms, utilizing both wired and wireless mediums. The program focuses on empowering graduates with the skills to:

  • Capture: Efficiently gather data or signals from various sources, ensuring accuracy and fidelity in the initial phase of information processing.
  • Transmission: Skillfully manage the conveyance of data over distances, utilizing a spectrum of technologies to maintain integrity and security across diverse transmission mediums.
  • Processing: Apply sophisticated techniques to manipulate and refine data, enhancing its value, usability, and relevance for specific applications.
  • Storage: Implement robust solutions for the preservation of information, ensuring its availability, reliability, and retrievability over time.

To achieve these goals, the program emphasizes a deep understanding of the different techniques and technologies tailored to the nature and objectives of the services provided by telecommunications and electronic systems. This comprehensive approach ensures that graduates are not only proficient in the technical aspects of their field but also capable of innovating and adapting to the evolving demands of the digital world, all while maintaining a commitment to efficiency and environmental sustainability.


  • Modes of Action 

The Cuban Telecommunications and Electronics Engineering program is distinguished by a comprehensive array of Modes of Action that form the cornerstone of its educational philosophy. These modes are meticulously designed to prepare graduates for the multifaceted challenges of the field, ensuring they are well-equipped with both the theoretical knowledge and practical skills necessary to excel. The key Modes of Action include:

  • Design: Crafting innovative solutions and systems tailored to specific telecommunications and electronics needs, with an emphasis on creativity, functionality, and sustainability.
  • Build: Transforming conceptual designs into tangible systems and prototypes, employing a blend of technical acumen and hands-on expertise.
  • Install: Deploying telecommunications and electronics systems in a variety of settings, ensuring seamless integration and operational efficiency.
  • Evaluate: Conducting rigorous assessments of systems and processes to determine their performance, reliability, and adherence to industry standards and user requirements.
  • Maintain: Implementing strategic maintenance protocols to ensure systems operate effectively over time, minimizing downtime and extending their lifespan.
  • Manage: Overseeing projects and systems with a focus on resource allocation, timeline adherence, and achieving project objectives.
  • Optimize: Continuously improving system performance and efficiency, utilizing advanced analytical methods to refine processes and technologies.
  • Interpret: Analyzing and making sense of data from telecommunications and electronics systems, drawing insights to inform decisions and innovations.
  • Communicate: Effectively articulating ideas, results, and technical information to a wide range of audiences, facilitating collaboration and knowledge sharing.

These Modes of Action not only encapsulate the program’s commitment to producing highly skilled professionals but also reflect its dedication to fostering a deep understanding of both the technical and communicative aspects essential for success in the telecommunications and electronics industries.


  • Fields of Action

The Cuban Telecommunications and Electronics Engineering program is designed to equip graduates with the expertise to navigate and excel across several pivotal Fields of Action. These areas are integral to the advancement of the telecommunications and electronics sectors and include:

  • Components, Circuits, and Electronic Systems: Graduates are adept at understanding and innovating with a broad range of electronic components, circuits, and systems. This encompasses equipment and communication mediums, both wired and wireless, and extends to technologies that are electrical or optical in nature. The focus is on developing and applying advanced technologies to enhance system performance, reliability, and efficiency.
  • Telecommunications Services: The program prepares professionals to design, implement, and manage sophisticated telecommunications services. This includes developing new communication solutions that meet emerging needs, optimizing existing services for better performance and greater reach, and ensuring high standards of security and user experience.
  • Professional Training: Beyond technical competencies, the program is committed to the holistic development of professionals capable of leading in their fields. This involves training at various levels, from technical proficiency to strategic leadership and innovation. Graduates are equipped not only with the skills necessary for immediate success but also with the vision to contribute to the ongoing evolution of the telecommunications and electronics industries.

Through these Fields of Action, the Cuban Telecommunications and Electronics Engineering program aims to create a cadre of professionals who are not just technicians but innovators and leaders, prepared to address the challenges of the modern world and to drive progress in their fields.


  • Areas of Action

The Cuban Telecommunications and Electronics Engineering program is strategically structured around critical Areas of Action, designed to prepare graduates for significant contributions in the technology sector. These areas encompass a wide range of disciplines and capabilities, ensuring that professionals are versatile, innovative, and ready to meet the challenges of an evolving technological landscape. The key Areas of Action include:

  • Electronic Systems: Focused on the comprehensive understanding, design, and application of electronic systems, this area equips students with the skills to innovate and improve the functionality, efficiency, and sustainability of electronic devices and applications.
  • Telecommunications Networks: Emphasizing the architecture, implementation, and management of robust telecommunications networks, this area prepares graduates to enhance connectivity, ensure network security, and optimize data flow across digital infrastructures.
  • Radio Communication Systems: Dedicated to the specialized field of radio communication, this area provides in-depth knowledge of the principles and technologies underpinning wireless communication systems, enabling the development and maintenance of reliable and efficient radio networks.
  • Services Offered on the Telecommunications Infrastructure: This area focuses on the diverse range of services enabled by telecommunications infrastructure, from internet and data services to multimedia communication, preparing professionals to innovate and manage these services effectively.
  • The Teaching of Electronics and Telecommunications: Recognizing the importance of education in perpetuating knowledge and skills, this area is dedicated to preparing graduates to educate the next generation of engineers. It emphasizes pedagogical skills, curriculum development, and the adaptation of teaching methodologies to the evolving nature of electronics and telecommunications.

Through these Areas of Action, the Cuban Telecommunications and Electronics Engineering program aims to foster a deep and practical understanding of both the theoretical and applied aspects of the field, preparing graduates to lead and innovate in a rapidly changing technological world.



Prior and upon the student’s arrival to the Republic of Cuba, CubaHeal Inc will be responsible for coordinating and concluding the following logistical issues:

Prior to the student’s arrival:

  1. Ensure adequate accommodation in or near the school.
  2. Keep constant line of communication with the university’s administration to confirm seat reservation.
  3. Arranging for airport pickup

Upon the Student’s Arrival:

  1. Airport pickup
  2. An orientation session to familiarize the student with:
  • CubaHeal team.
  • local transportation.
  • Other aspects relating to and city’s facilities as well as relevant immigration and legal laws that must be adhered to in the Republic of Cuba.
  1. Establishment of bank
  2. Stand as a permanent point of reference for the student should a need arises.
  3. Stand as a permanent point of reference to the student’s relatives overseas should the need arises.

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