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Master’s in Automation, Electronics and Industrial Control

Master's degree

RRII + Derecho
Master's degree:
Duration:
Credits:
Programme type:
No. of places:
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Place of instruction:
Faculty:
Master’s degree in Automation, Electronics and Industrial Control
1 year
60ECTS 
Tought sessions
30
Spanish
Bilbao Campus
Engineering Faculty

 

Student Profile

  • Industrial Engineering graduates, particularly those related to automation, electronics or industrial control, but not exclusively.
  • Holders of a Bachelor’s degree, Licenciatura or Technical Engineering degree with industrial experience who wish to gain a Master’s degree and retrain in new technologies.
  • Engineering graduates in any discipline who wish to retrain in new technologies after years of professional practice to improve their career development and employability.

On the other hand, this master’s degree is designed for those who intend to pursue doctoral studies:

  • Engineering graduates in any discipline who wish to pursue a PhD degree and devote themselves to research and innovation in new industrial technologies.

 

 Admission Requirements

Admission decisions are made by the Admissions' Committee, who will take into account the following criteria:

•Academic transcript
•Previous education related to the Master’s degree.
•Previous professional experience.
• English level.

To make a decision, the Committee will assess the supporting documents provided by applicants:

•Application form
•Full Curriculum Vitae
•Official academic transcript.

 

Graduate profile 

By the end of this master’s course, students will have acquired a solid grounding in higher level competences and responsibilities in key technological areas such as automation, electronics and industrial control together with solid knowledge and skills, great versatility and adaptability to ongoing technological changes.The master’s degree provides participants with a wide range of general and transversal competences in addition to technology such as being able to manage work teams, lead development projects and implement different technological solutions; act autonomously or communicate effectively, among others. In this way, they help to create all-round, versatile engineering professionals, capable of adapting to a wide range of problems and environments.


The Master’s degree in Automation, Electronics and Industrial Control outlines career performance and development in different, but at the same time complementary scenarios:


•Technical office management
•Automation, control and advanced manufacturing project management.
•Design and implementation of advanced and integrated technological solutions within Industry 4.0
•Research and innovation
 

 

Master's degree

RRII + Derecho
Master's degree:
Duration:
Credits:
Programme type:
No. of places:
Language of instruction:
Place of instruction:
Faculty:
Master’s degree in Automation, Electronics and Industrial Control
1 year
60ECTS 
Tought sessions
30
Spanish
Bilbao Campus
Engineering Faculty

 

Student Profile

  • Industrial Engineering graduates, particularly those related to automation, electronics or industrial control, but not exclusively.
  • Holders of a Bachelor’s degree, Licenciatura or Technical Engineering degree with industrial experience who wish to gain a Master’s degree and retrain in new technologies.
  • Engineering graduates in any discipline who wish to retrain in new technologies after years of professional practice to improve their career development and employability.

On the other hand, this master’s degree is designed for those who intend to pursue doctoral studies:

  • Engineering graduates in any discipline who wish to pursue a PhD degree and devote themselves to research and innovation in new industrial technologies.

 

 Admission Requirements

Admission decisions are made by the Admissions' Committee, who will take into account the following criteria:

•Academic transcript
•Previous education related to the Master’s degree.
•Previous professional experience.
• English level.

To make a decision, the Committee will assess the supporting documents provided by applicants:

•Application form
•Full Curriculum Vitae
•Official academic transcript.

 

Graduate profile 

By the end of this master’s course, students will have acquired a solid grounding in higher level competences and responsibilities in key technological areas such as automation, electronics and industrial control together with solid knowledge and skills, great versatility and adaptability to ongoing technological changes.The master’s degree provides participants with a wide range of general and transversal competences in addition to technology such as being able to manage work teams, lead development projects and implement different technological solutions; act autonomously or communicate effectively, among others. In this way, they help to create all-round, versatile engineering professionals, capable of adapting to a wide range of problems and environments.


The Master’s degree in Automation, Electronics and Industrial Control outlines career performance and development in different, but at the same time complementary scenarios:


•Technical office management
•Automation, control and advanced manufacturing project management.
•Design and implementation of advanced and integrated technological solutions within Industry 4.0
•Research and innovation