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Digital Industry

Course syllabus

RRII + Derecho
Degree:
Course duration:
Credits:
Number of places:
Language:
Undergraduate Final Year (dual): Project:
Course venue:
Faculty:
Bachelor's Degree in Digital Industry
4 years (baccalaureate studies) / 3 years (Higher Vocational Training Qualification)
240 ECTS, of which 84 ECTS are dual 
40
Spanish
12 ECTS
Vitoria-Gasteiz Headquarters
Faculty of Engineering

 

International programme

 International mobility and joining multicultural and multilingual teams are key factors for today’s engineers. The European Higher Education Space looks to offer a space that facilitates student mobility as an essential aspect of students’ education.

We live in an increasingly globalised society and one of our aims is to train professionals equipped to interact in a global world where economic, political and social relations between countries are growing closer.

Agreements with over 90 foreign universities

Deusto focuses on multilingual training. Fully aware that international experience and fluency in English are widely demanded by firms and will open doors to the best job opportunities, Deusto makes this a priority
We currently have agreements with over 90 foreign universities where our students can study the second semester of the 3rd year and/or the first semester of the 4th year and learn about a different culture.

 

Deusto students not only receive a solid academic background but we are also encouraged to broaden our minds and gain experience and knowledge in an international environment. Thanks to collaboration with the ICAM in Toulouse, I had the opportunity to do my Master's Final Project at one of France's most prestigious engineering schools.
When I finished the Master’s, I spent a year in Tokyo on a Vulcanus Grant. That’s where I started to apply knowledge from my degree to the field I was interested in: medicine.
After 8 months at a Japanese firm developing software to improve detection of Alzheimer's, I decided to do a PhD in Neuroscience at Cambridge University and here I am, some years later, now working in neurotechnology.
Believing that we can make our dreams come true is the first step to achieving them. I finished my PhD not long ago and now that I look back I realise that step by step we can reach whatever we set out to do

Logo de la Universidad de Deusto

Lara Díaz de Guereñu

Deusto students not only receive a solid academic background but we are also encouraged to broaden our minds and gain experience and knowledge in an international environment. Thanks to collaboration with the ICAM in Toulouse, I had the opportunity to do my Master's Final Project at one of France's most prestigious engineering schools.
When I finished the Master’s, I spent a year in Tokyo on a Vulcanus Grant. That’s where I started to apply knowledge from my degree to the field I was interested in: medicine.
After 8 months at a Japanese firm developing software to improve detection of Alzheimer's, I decided to do a PhD in Neuroscience at Cambridge University and here I am, some years later, now working in neurotechnology.
Believing that we can make our dreams come true is the first step to achieving them. I finished my PhD not long ago and now that I look back I realise that step by step we can reach whatever we set out to do

Lara Díaz de Guereñu, Telecommunications Engineering

 

Course syllabus

RRII + Derecho
Degree:
Course duration:
Credits:
Number of places:
Language:
Undergraduate Final Year (dual): Project:
Course venue:
Faculty:
Bachelor's Degree in Digital Industry
4 years (baccalaureate studies) / 3 years (Higher Vocational Training Qualification)
240 ECTS, of which 84 ECTS are dual 
40
Spanish
12 ECTS
Vitoria-Gasteiz Headquarters
Faculty of Engineering

 

International programme

 International mobility and joining multicultural and multilingual teams are key factors for today’s engineers. The European Higher Education Space looks to offer a space that facilitates student mobility as an essential aspect of students’ education.

We live in an increasingly globalised society and one of our aims is to train professionals equipped to interact in a global world where economic, political and social relations between countries are growing closer.

Agreements with over 90 foreign universities

Deusto focuses on multilingual training. Fully aware that international experience and fluency in English are widely demanded by firms and will open doors to the best job opportunities, Deusto makes this a priority
We currently have agreements with over 90 foreign universities where our students can study the second semester of the 3rd year and/or the first semester of the 4th year and learn about a different culture.

 

Deusto students not only receive a solid academic background but we are also encouraged to broaden our minds and gain experience and knowledge in an international environment. Thanks to collaboration with the ICAM in Toulouse, I had the opportunity to do my Master's Final Project at one of France's most prestigious engineering schools.
When I finished the Master’s, I spent a year in Tokyo on a Vulcanus Grant. That’s where I started to apply knowledge from my degree to the field I was interested in: medicine.
After 8 months at a Japanese firm developing software to improve detection of Alzheimer's, I decided to do a PhD in Neuroscience at Cambridge University and here I am, some years later, now working in neurotechnology.
Believing that we can make our dreams come true is the first step to achieving them. I finished my PhD not long ago and now that I look back I realise that step by step we can reach whatever we set out to do

Logo de la Universidad de Deusto

Lara Díaz de Guereñu

Deusto students not only receive a solid academic background but we are also encouraged to broaden our minds and gain experience and knowledge in an international environment. Thanks to collaboration with the ICAM in Toulouse, I had the opportunity to do my Master's Final Project at one of France's most prestigious engineering schools.
When I finished the Master’s, I spent a year in Tokyo on a Vulcanus Grant. That’s where I started to apply knowledge from my degree to the field I was interested in: medicine.
After 8 months at a Japanese firm developing software to improve detection of Alzheimer's, I decided to do a PhD in Neuroscience at Cambridge University and here I am, some years later, now working in neurotechnology.
Believing that we can make our dreams come true is the first step to achieving them. I finished my PhD not long ago and now that I look back I realise that step by step we can reach whatever we set out to do

Lara Díaz de Guereñu, Telecommunications Engineering