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School of Engineering, Architecture & Design - Madrid

The School of Architecture, Engineering, and Design uses a Project-Based Learning (PBL) methodology that is further strengthened through continuous evaluation. Integrative Projects (IPs) make it possible to move beyond traditional learning silos.

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20.000

students

We’ve taught 20,000+ students since we got started.

70

nacionalities

We’ve welcomed students from 70+ countries.

70

degree programmes

We offer 70+ degree programmes, including bachelor’s, official master’s, qualifying master’s, the University’s own certifications, and advanced vocational training.

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Methodology

Students at the School of Architecture, Engineering, and Design learn following the Project-Based Learning (PBL) methodology. This highly innovative learning system gives them the chance to work with companies on real-life projects throughout the year. While doing so, they advance as a member of a team with varied expertise, thus receiving hands-on and multidisciplinary training. The School makes this possible by providing cutting-edge facilities, such as its Digital Fabrication Laboratory (FabLab), design-oriented classrooms, a mechanical workshop, the Hub Emprende Business Incubator, a materials workshop, and more.

Facilities

Campus of Villaviciosa de Odón

Industry 4.0 Laboratory

Cutting-edge laboratory for new technologies in the field of Industry 4.0

Campus of Villaviciosa de Odón

Digital Fabrication Laboratory FABLab

The worldwide FABLab network is an organisation that groups together prototyping laboratories that follow guidelines set forth by MIT. The premise of these guidelines is that in a FABLab, the limit must be set by the human imagination and not the machines

Túnel de Viento Universidad Europea de Madrid

Campus of Villaviciosa de Odón

Wind Tunnel

With this device, students better understand the effects of wind on objects; measuring the forces objects are subjected to, the wind speed and visualizing air current lines.

Physics Lab

Campus of Villaviciosa de Odón

Physics Laboratory

The Physics Laboratory is a space of academic support for the School of Architecture, Engineering and Design.

Taller Automoción Fórmula UE

Campus of Villaviciosa de Odón

Automotive Workshop and FÓRMULA UE

Practical activities in the field of mechanical development and the motor world are carried out in this workshop.

Campus of Villaviciosa de Odón

Design Innovation Workshop

In this workshop, design students carry out research on product design.

Bridging Industry and Academia

This document presents the School’s wide variety of partnerships with the professional world, which it maintains in order to achieve its goal of bringing industry standards into the classroom.

Bridging Industry and Academia

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Steam Essentials

In publishing this series of white papers, the School seeks to spread knowledge of important current topics related to STEAM in a format that is easy to read, understand, and share while nonetheless meeting strict academic quality standards.

Coming Soon:

  1. Supercapacitors: Concept and Applications
  2. The Internet of Things
  3. Cloud Computing
  4. Autonomous Devices
  5. Human Augmentation

Publication’s Technical Committee:

  • Dra. Bernaldo , María Olga

  • Cruz Palenzuela, Samuel

  • Dr. Gallach Pérez, Darío

  • Dr. García, Alejandro

  • Dra. García Clariana, Inés

  • Dr. González González, Francisco Javier

  • Dr. Jurado Egea, José

  • Dra. Lado Touriño, Isabel

  • Dr. López Arquillo, Juan Diego

  • Dra. Pizarro Juanas, Esther

  • Dr. Porto Schettino, Mateus

  • Dr. Puertas Sanz, Enrique

  • Dr. Sols Rodríguez-Candela, Alberto

  • Torres Alegre, Santiago

Certifications and Accreditations

NAAB

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Universidad Europea de Madrid has received International Certification from the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) for its

Bachelor’s Degree in the Fundamentals of Architecture and its Master’s Degree in Architecture (2015).

The NAAB International Certification identifies a programme as being comparable to a programme accredited by the NAAB in the United States with regards to educational outcomes. It indicates that the programme meets acceptable standards, although it may differ in format or delivery method. The certification is valid for six years starting as of 1st January of the year during which the final inspection took place (Inspection 3). The programme must be reassessed during the sixth year in order to maintain the certification.

The NAAB ‘certification’ differs from the NAAB ‘accreditation’ at the formal level in that NAAB-certified programmes are not allowed to be called ‘accredited’ programmes, as this is a term reserved for programmes approved by the organisation in the United States. However, students graduating from programmes with NAAB International Certification can request a fast-tracked individual review of their credentials for the purposes of the Education Evaluation Services for Architects (EESA) programme managed by the NAAB on behalf of the US National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB).

The following documents can be downloaded online:

RIBA

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The Bachelor's Degree in Foundations of Architecture and the Master's Degree in Architecture have obtained in 2019 the validation of the Royal Institute of British Architecture (RIBA).

RIBA is the world's most prestigious Association of Architects, of which most of the world's most renowned architects are members. Since 1837 it has been dedicated to promoting the quality of architectural education.

Annual Reports

This section contains the School’s annual reports. The version published in 2019 was the first annual report to use the current format:

2020 Report

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2019 Report

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