The Bachelor’s in Industrial Systems Engineering at Universidad Europea offers you more opportunities for your professional future as an industrial engineer with a dual qualification.
The Engineering sector is in constant transformation and our University wants to bring you the latest advances. That is why we have developed the best Industry 4.0 laboratory in which you can develop as an engineer through real projects covering technologies such as sensorisation, automated systems, collaborative and industrial robots, cybersecurity and digital twin, all in cutting-edge facilities. In these new groundbreaking facilities, unlike those of any campus in Madrid, you will simulate real environments that will prepare you to enter the working world with real experience acquired during your academic years. We have work stations in a space designed to create a collaborative environment between students from different programmes and specialisations. They are always available, even outside class hours, so that you can continue to learn at your own pace. Take advantage of the unique opportunity to become the engineer who companies need today—with the confidence of being part of a University with a long history of training the best and the expertise of leading companies in the sector to offer you the latest technologies with SMC and SIEMENS.
SINGLE BACHELOR’S WITH DUAL QUALIFICATION
Obtaining a dual qualification multiplies your possibilities in the employment market by having a wider scope in which to work, with a general component and a specialisation.
"Mechanical, Electronics and Automation, Industrial Organisation, Energy, Automotive, Robotics, Industrial Technologies. Mechanical + Automotive Electronics and Automation + Robotics"
INNOVATIVE ACADEMIC MODEL
An innovative model in which you will learn by developing real projects, like the professional you are sure to become, for companies in the sector.
MASTER’S IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
The only university where you can continue your postgraduate studies in order to finish your master’s degree among engineering professionals.
A variety of options to achieve the professional profile you seek.
You can choose from seven different qualifications that grant access to the Universidad Europea Master’s in Industrial Engineering, a degree that qualifies you for the regulated profession of industrial engineer.
You can also take advantage of the unique opportunity to study a dual qualification by combining a primary qualification—for the regulated technical engineering profession—and a specific qualification.
You can do this without the need to make a final decision when you are still not clear about your future. Start to learn Engineering on your first and second academic years, and chose your qualification at the beginning of the third.
Qualification in Mechanics (primary) + Qualification in Automotive
With this qualification, you will be able to study the foundations of vehicle dynamics and electric mobility—both pillars of a sector in constant change, where you can participate from the design of vehicles to the production of millions of units per year. You will also acquire the mechanical knowledge of the industry—material resistance, machine design, manufacturing, maintenance or structures—that will allow you to contribute to any product that is manufactured, from a simple spoon to the most complex or sensitive systems you can imagine.
You can do all this from a profession regulated by the Official College of Graduates and Industrial Technical Engineers.
Qualification in Electronics and Automation (primary) + Qualification in Robotics
With this dual qualification, you will be essential at any point in the development process where robots and automation are already a reality, including in industrial production, health, education, transport, social robotics or consumer goods. With knowledge in power electronics, automatic regulation, microprocessors or perception systems, you will be able to participate in the creation and implementation of almost any industrial process, with both individual and series production. You can do all this from a profession regulated by the Official College of Graduates and Industrial Technical Engineers.
Qualification in Industrial Organisation
This qualification transforms you into an expert in technical-economic management, with the right professional profile to make decisions in any field in the industry. You will be able to develop management and leadership skills with the advantage of knowing how the industry works from a technical point of view. Skills in operations research, processes, logistics engineering or financial management complement the technical capabilities of Manufacturing or Industrial Automation. With it, you will be able to contribute to the strategy of production, quantities, deadlines, distribution, etc., knowing the capacities and limits of the technical and economic resources.
Qualification in Energy
At a time when attention to resource management is paramount, the profiles responsible for ensuring energy efficiency from the source to the final consumer and recycling are fundamental. Expertise in thermal power plants, nuclear energy or oil and gas energy is combined with renewable energy and new forms of storage. All of this is complemented by the ability to design and calculate the necessary installations though machine design, electrical engineering or industrial structures and constructions.
Qualification in Mechanics (primary)
Using the foundation of the basic sciences—physics, chemistry and mathematics—you will acquire the mechanical knowledge of the industry—material resistance, machine design, manufacturing, maintenance or structures—that will allow you to contribute to any product that is manufactured, from a simple spoon to the most complex or sensitive systems that you imagine. You can do all this from a profession regulated by the Official College of Graduates and Industrial Technical Engineers.
Qualification in Electronics and Automation (primary)
Starting from the fundamentals of Electronics or Industrial Computing, you will deepen your training in the fields of power electronics, automatic regulation, microprocessors or perception systems, thereby being able to participate in the creation and implementation of almost any industrial process, with both individual and series production. In addition to the Industrial Sector, this knowledge is essential in the fields of health—electromedicine, analysis, sensors and actuators, rehabilitation, etc.—education, transport and consumer goods. You can do all this from a profession regulated by the Official College of Graduates and Industrial Technical Engineers.
Qualification in Industrial Technologies
The objective of this qualification is to combine knowledge of ‘Mechanics’, ‘Electronics and Automation’, and ‘Energy’ with a multidisciplinary approach aimed at continuing education in the industrial field.
OUR ACADEMIC MODEL
This experiential learning takes shape through a project-based learning methodology. It is a learning model based on ‘doing’, reflecting on ‘what is done’, and asking ‘what for’ and ‘why’.
Learning the STEAM qualifications through this project-based methodology focuses on integrated learning, interrelating scientific and technical knowledge and generating a holistic learning of the profession.
The development of analytical skills, a scientific mindset and the value of creativity are key to the digital age and the professions of the future.
SIMULATED ENVIRONMENTS AND PRACTICAL TRAINING
Allow us to go where the real world cannot. Thanks to the facilities and technology present in our laboratories and simulated spaces, engineering students are faced with real-world situations in a controlled, safe and interdisciplinary environment, improving their trust and self-confidence in their practice.
The new simulated Industry 4.0 space allows students to put the concepts of the fourth industrial revolution into practice. They will have several work zones where they will be able to learn the different facets of Industry 4.0. One zone has an automated production process that they will learn to programme, wire, and change configurations of at the request of a ‘client’. Other zones allow for the simulation of much more complex processes, where they will apply concepts of IoT (Internet of Things), cybersecurity and digital twin, or the combination of the concepts of collaborative robots, last generation conveyor belts and mobile robots. In the FabLab (digital fabrication laboratory), students will have the technology and machinery necessary for the digital manufacturing of prototypes or models for teaching, research, and bachelor’s and master’s degree final projects. It has laser machinery for cutting and engraving on various materials; 3D printing with plastic, resin, powder and ceramic filament technology; milling of different materials; CMYK ink laser printing on photographic and normal paper, in large format; automated vinyl cutting using vector files; and manual and automated sawing, drilling and machine tools. This space, which is completely student run, promotes the ‘maker culture’ and makes it possible to create almost anything.
The Wind Tunnel allows students to study the effects of air movement on objects. Our tunnel is used in both teaching and research and, because of its size, it is possible to simulate the same conditions that an object will experience in a real situation. We carry out aerodynamics tests on model buildings and structures such as bridges and traffic signs. With these practices, the behaviour of a body subjected to the wind can be better understood and its design can be improved in order to optimise the efforts to which it is subjected.
The Hyflex Experiential Learning model responds to the digitalisation of higher education in a new learning environment that integrates the in-person classroom with the virtual one in a flexible and frictionless way. In this model, all subjects feature a practical component, an extended classroom, and a digital block. Experiential learning is the basis of this model in which our students learn by doing and by being. It follows an integrative and cross-disciplinary approach that prepares them for the real world—one that is global and diverse. Experiential learning allows you to acquire the knowledge, competencies and skills needed to thrive in your future profession and to meet the challenges of social and digital transformation.
DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION IN THE CLASSROOM
In the situation in which we live, the technology in our classrooms—cameras, microphones and interactive whiteboards—allows us to integrate the in-person and virtual classroom, thereby creating a new learning environment that facilitates interactions between in-person students, remotely connected students, and their professors. It is an immersive experience that allows for full participation and interaction between students and professors, wherever they may be.
THE VIRTUALISATION OF LEARNING BY DOING
Practical application is not limited to the activities carried out in our laboratories and simulation spaces, but is complemented by the virtual laboratories and simulations. With access to specialised software and virtual reality resources that allow you to continue practising as often as you’d like.
A digital space for our students to access additional training to supplement their classes. With access to digital, exclusive and differentiated content that offers added value to the students, providing them with basic courses, workshops, webinars and interactive resources designed by our leading professors and with the participation of renowned professionals.
Universidad Europea offers you a range of laboratories and simulation rooms that are equipped with the most advanced and innovative technologies so that you can fully benefit from our innovative academic model.
University accommodation in Madrid
Spacious and comfortable rooms, proximity to the university, security, student community, good food and great service.
Analog & Digital Electronics Laboratory
In this laboratory, students will understand the practical element of an electronic design and create real boards for solutions adapted to different projects.
Industrial Robotics and Mechanical & Additive Manufacturing Laboratory
In this workshop, students carry out hands-on activities in the field of mechanical development.
Control & Automation Engineering Laboratory
In this laboratory, students carry out hands-on activities related to process control engineering and automation systems.
Electricity and Energy Laboratory
In this laboratory, hands-on activities such as direct and indirect current, voltage and power measurement are carried out.
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.
Robot Learning Lab
In this laboratory, students have access to commercial robotic platforms and the mechanical and electronic components necessary for the development of their own robots.
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
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Participate in our Open Days to get to know our advanced HyFlex Experiential Learning Academic Model, the teaching staff—who are already thinking about your future—our various training programmes, and how to begin your studies in the coming academic year.
Choose the engineering programme you are most passionate about: Mechanical (primary qualification), Electronics and Automation (primary qualification), Industrial Organisation, Energy, Automotive, Robotics, Industrial Technologies. It is also the only Bachelor's programme that offers you the possibility of obtaining a double qualification in four years—the same duration as a normal bachelor’s degree.
|9834002101||Calculus I||6||CORE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002102||Fundamentals of Computer Science for Engineering||6||CORE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002103||Graphic Expression for Engineering||6||CORE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002104||Ethics and Professionalism||6||REQUIRED||Spanish (es)|
|9834002105||Chemistry for Engineering||6||CORE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002107||Materials Science||6||REQUIRED||Spanish (es)|
|9834002108||Calculus II||6||CORE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002109||Mechanical Physics||6||CORE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002110||Integration Project: Electromagnetic Physics||6||CORE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002201||Statistics for Engineering||6||CORE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002202||Relational Impact and Influence||6||REQUIRED||Spanish (es)|
|9834002203||Circuit Theory and Electrical Machines||6||REQUIRED||Spanish (es)|
|9834002204||Integration Project: Mechanism and Machine Theory||6||REQUIRED||Spanish (es)|
|9834002205||Fundamentals of Business Organisation||6||CORE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002206||Fundamentals of Electronics||6||REQUIRED||Spanish (es)|
|9834002207||Integration Project: Automation and Control||6||REQUIRED||Spanish (es)|
|9834002208||Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer||6||REQUIRED||Spanish (es)|
|9834002209||Fluid Mechanics||6||REQUIRED||Spanish (es)|
|9834002210||Business Organisation and Industrial Production Systems||6||REQUIRED||Spanish (es)|
|9834002301||Elasticity and Resistance of Materials||6||REQUIRED||Spanish (es)|
|9834002302||Quality Control and Environmental Management||6||REQUIRED||Spanish (es)|
|9834002303||Projects and Legislation||6||REQUIRED||Spanish (es)|
|9834002304||Entrepreneurial Leadership||6||REQUIRED||Spanish (es)|
|9834002801||Thermal Power Plants||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002802||Technology of Materials||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002803||Integration Project: Manufacturing Processes I||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002804||Thermal and Fluid Engineering||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002805||Integration Project: CAD-CAM-CAE||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002806||Integration Project: Machine Design||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002807||Analogue Electronics||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002808||Integration Project: Industrial Computing||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002809||Integration Project: Digital Electronics and Microprocesadores||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002810||Automated Regulation||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002811||Industrial Automation||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002812||Integration Project: Industrial Robotics||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002813||Renewable Energy||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002814||Oil and Gas Energy||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002815||Nuclear Energy||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002816||Operations Research||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002817||Integration Project: Production Organisation||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002818||Vehicle Dynamics I||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002819||Vehicle Dynamics II||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002820||Mobile and Service Robotics||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002401||Professional Internships||12||REQUIRED||Spanish (es)|
|9834002402||Final Bachelor’s Project||12||REQUIRED||Spanish (es)|
|9834002821||Industrial Structures and Constructions||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002822||Elasticity and Resistance of Materials II||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002823||Integration Project: Machine Maintenance||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002824||Internal Combustion Engines||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002825||Integration Project: Manufacturing Processes II||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002826||Robotic Perception Systems||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002827||Computer-Aided Circuit Design||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002828||Electrical Engineering||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002829||Control Engineering||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002830||Power Electronics and Electronic Instrumentation||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002831||Hydropower Plants and Machines||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002832||Energy Efficiency and Energy Storage||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002833||Process Engineering||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002834||Logistics Engineering||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002835||Sales and Marketing Management||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002836||Financial Management||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002837||Electric Vehicles and Other Forms of Motorisation||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002838||Prototyping, Simulation and Testing||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002839||Integration Project: Robot Design and Manufacturing||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002840||Robotics in Air and Marine Systems||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002841||Internship Extension||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
|9834002842||University Activities||6||ELECTIVE||Spanish (es)|
External internship regulations.
Internships are a key component of your training. Acquiring experience after what you have learnt in your degree is the best way to enter the employment market. There are two types of internships: curricular—which are included in your study plan—and extracurricular—which you can do on a voluntary basis.
In order to complete curricular internships in companies, you will need to have 50% of the credits approved and to register the subject before starting your internship. These internships are monitored by the company and the internship coordinator, and interim and final reports are prepared for evaluation.
If you want to take your work experience to the next level before finishing your university education, you can pursue an extra-curricular internship. You can do them in any academic year, but keep in mind that internships are a formative complement to your studies; therefore, the more knowledge you have acquired throughout your studies, the more you will benefit from the internship experience.
PSA Peugeot Citröen, Repsol, Cepsa, Renfe, Ferrovial, Accenture, Altran, Deloitte, Endesa, Airbus, Siemens, IBM o Indra, entre muchas otras.
El claustro del grado se compone de un 67% de doctores.
Alejandro Gonzalo de Alba
Professor of courses in the area of graphic expression and computer-aided design in the Department of Industrial and Aerospace Engineering at Universidad Europea. Professional with international experience in the fields of industrial automation, digitalisation and IoT.
In the Bachelor's in Industrial Systems Engineering, we will teach you to manage the complete life cycle of any industrial activity and keep you up-to-date with the most recent challenges of industrial engineering. You will be able to specialise in Mechanics, Electronics and Automation, Automotive, Robotics, Energy, Industrial Organisation and Industrial Technologies. This is the only bachelor's programme that offers you the possibility of receiving a double qualification in four years—the same duration as a normal bachelor's programme.
The industrial companies can be in the automotive, logistic operations, food, structures, materials processing and industrial chemistry sectors.
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According to Randstad’s latest report for 2017, Industrial Engineering is one of the professions with the lowest unemployment rate in Spain. Here, you can start with internships in companies such as PSA Peugeot Citroën, Repsol, Altran, Cepsa, Airbus, Indra, Endesa, Deloitte, Ferrovial, Accenture, Siemens, Renfe, IBM, and many others.
Choosing what to study is one of the most important decisions you will make. That is why we have an advisory team who will guide you at every step of the way.
You can become a student at Universidad Europea in three easy steps.
Start your admission process by calling 917407272 or completing the admission form in link below.
Once you have been admitted, secure your place by paying the reservation fee.
Submit the required documents to formalise your enrollment.
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The recommended profile for prospective students of this bachelor's programme is a background in the science or engineering and architectural pathway with a technological focus. A rigorous individual, eager to learn by doing, who enjoys relating different disciplines and taking on new challenges.
The prerequisites to access this bachelor’s programme are those established in RD 1892/2008 of 14 November and current applicable legislation, namely:
High school students in education systems from member states of the European Union and other countries with relevant international agreements with Spain, may access this programme, provided that they have already qualified to enroll in universities in their own educational system.
Students from countries that do not have relevant international agreements with Spain, must have their studies officially recognised (through a process of ‘homologación’) and complete the university admission exam(s).
Individuals over the age of 40 without a degree enabling them to access university may also access this degree, provided they can demonstrate professional experience related to the programme to which they intend to apply.
The qualifications in ‘Mechanics’ and ‘Electronics and Automation’ provide access to the regulated profession Industrial Technical Engineer, according to:
Universidad Europea boasts a wide range of recognitions that guarantee its academic quality. For example, it has been awarded the following prestigious awards: the European Seal of Excellence 500+, Quali-cert and Madrid Excelente. In the international QS Stars accreditation rating, Universidad Europea has obtained a total of four out of five stars. This external accreditation system determines the level of excellence achieved by universities in various areas. Universidad Europea has achieved the maximum score of five stars in Employability, Teaching, Facilities and Social Responsibility.
Universidad Europea boasts a wide range of recognitions that guarantee its academic quality. For example, it has been awarded the following prestigious awards: the European Seal of Excellence 500+, Quali-cert and Madrid Excelente.
In the international QS Stars accreditation rating, Universidad Europea has obtained a total of four out of five stars. This external accreditation system determines the level of excellence achieved by universities in various areas. Universidad Europea has achieved the maximum score of five stars in Employability, Teaching, Facilities and Social Responsibility rating.
*These recognitions have been awarded to Universidad Europea de Madrid.
Access the Quality Assurance System documentation.
Quality and Innovation in the 21st Century
Innovation is the central element from which our University’s educational offering is designed, in order to adapt it to the needs and expectations of our students. Innovation is also integrated into the development of the University’s entire learning process, with the implementation of new technologies and teaching methodologies in the classroom. All students have a personal mentor who accompanies them to ensure the progressive development of their emotional intelligence and of certain cross-disciplinary skills necessary for their future professional practice.
Through the ‘Online General Enquiries’ service offered by Universidad Europea, students can send in any questions, requests and complains.
The Commission on the Quality of Degrees (CCT) is formed by:
There will be at least one held at the start and another at the end of the academic year, with intermediate follow-up of the improvement plans.
Since the verified report, the main improvements to the degree have been reflected in the changes of the report—the most significant of which was the adaptation of the curriculum.