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Intensive Learning and Networking

The IEEE ComSoc School Series Program is designed to help kick-start the careers of new professionals, Ph.D. candidates, and researchers in wireless communications.  Programs for these events consist of lectures by world leading professors, industry leaders and executives. Each event features a highly interactive classroom environment with an intense focus on learning the cutting-edge trends in communications technology.  Past event activities also included laboratory tours, demonstrations, hands-on workshops and networking activities.

We are pleased to offer these unique activities to enhance the education of IEEE ComSoc Student Members. Seats in the ComSoc School Series events are limited and availability runs out fast, so students are encouraged to apply early.

Eligibility Requirements

Participants in ComSoc School Series events must:

  • be an IEEE Communications Society Student or Graduate Student Member
  • not have previously attended a ComSoc School Series events (including Summer or Autumn School)
  • be proficient in spoken and written English

Please note: As a U.S. based organization, IEEE must comply with applicable U.S. government regulations that may affect an applicant’s eligibility to participate in these events. For more information please visit IEEE OFAC Sanctions Programs and/or contact your event organizer.

Upcoming Events

We have been closely monitoring developments related to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 pandemic. The health and safety of our community is our highest priority. Therefore, we have decided to cancel or postpone our events as noted below. Please check this page regularly for future updates. Thank you for your patience and support.

17-19 August 2020
IEEE ComSoc School Series UK and Ireland
Program and registration now available.

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