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Grado de Ingeniería Industrial en Madrid

Degree in Industrial Systems Engineering Madrid

Study the industrial engineering of the future in the most innovative Industry 4.0 facilities unlike any on a University campus in Madrid.

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HIGHLIGHTS

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.

  • Face to face
  • Start: 20 sep. 2021
  • 4 years
  • 240 ECTS
  • Title issued by Universidad Europea de Madrid
  • Escuela de Arquitectura, Ingeniería y Diseño de Madrid
  • Villaviciosa de Odón

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FACILITIES

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.

Y ADEMÁS…

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.

ALL OPTIONS

"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

PROJECT-BASED LEARNING

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.

METHODOLOGY

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

EXTENDED 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.

DIGITAL BLOCK

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.

INDUSTRY 4.0 SPACE

The innovative Industry 4.0 Space, inaugurated in the 2020/2021 academic year, will offer several work zones where students 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.

High-End Facilities

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.

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Student clubs and associations

Extracurricular initiatives organised by students, for students.

More than 40 clubs where you will find the ideal space to develop and share your favourite hobbies with your peers.

Join our next Open Day and get to know us.

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.

STUDY PLAN

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.

FIRST ACADEMIC YEAR
Subject Code Coursework ECTS Type Language
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)
 
9834002106 Algebra 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)
 
SEGUNDO ACADEMIC YEAR
Subject Code Coursework ECTS Type Language
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)
 
THIRD ACADEMIC YEAR
Subject Code Coursework ECTS Type Language
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)
 
FOURTH ACADEMIC YEAR
Subject Code Coursework ECTS Type Language
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)
 

Competencias básicas

  • CB1: Students must have demonstrated knowledge and understanding in an area of study that is at the core of general secondary education and is often at a level that, although supported by advanced textbooks, also includes some aspects that imply knowledge from the cutting-edge of their field of study.
  • CB2: Students must know how to apply their knowledge to their work or vocation in a professional way and possess the competencies that are usually demonstrated through the development and defence of arguments and problem-solving within their area of study.
  • CB3: Students must have the ability to gather and interpret relevant data—usually within their area of study—to make judgments that include a reflection on relevant social, scientific or ethical issues.
  • CB4: Students must be able to convey information, ideas, problems and solutions to both specialist and non-specialist audiences.
  • CB5: Students must have developed the learning skills necessary to undertake further studies with a high degree of autonomy.

Competencias transversales

  • CT1 Ethical Values: Ability to think and act according to universal principles based on the value of the person that are aimed at their full development and that involve commitment to certain social values.
  • CT2 Autonomous Learning: A set of skills to select strategies for searching, analysing, evaluating and managing information from various sources and to independently learn and implement the lessons learnt.
  • CT3 Teamwork: Ability to integrate and actively collaborate with other people, areas and/or organisations to achieve common objectives.
  • CT4 Written/Oral Communication: Ability to convey and receive data, ideas, opinions and attitudes in order to achieve understanding and action, both oral—through words and gestures—and written—through writing and/or graphic materials.
  • CT5 Analysis and Conflict Resolution: Ability to critically evaluate information, break down complex situations into their constituent parts, recognise patterns and consider other alternatives, approaches and perspectives to find optimal solutions and efficient compromises.
  • CT6 Adaption to Change Ability to accept, assess and integrate different positions, adapting one’s approach as the situation requires, as well as to work effectively in ambiguous situations.
  • CT7 Leadership: Ability to orient, motivate and guide others, recognising their abilities and skills to effectively manage their development and common interests.
  • CT8 Entrepreneurial Spirit: Ability to take on and carry out activities that generate new opportunities, anticipate problems or bring about improvements.
  • CT9 Global Mindset: Ability to show interest in and understand other norms and cultures, recognise one’s own predispositions and work effectively in a global community.

Competencias específicas

  • CE1. Capacidad para la resolución de los problemas matemáticos que puedan plantearse en la ingeniería. Aptitud para aplicar los conocimientos sobre: álgebra lineal; geometría; geometría diferencial; cálculo diferencial e integral; ecuaciones diferenciales y en derivadas parciales; métodos numéricos; algoritmos numéricos; estadística y optimización.
  • CE2. Comprensión y dominio de los conceptos básicos sobre las leyes generales de la mecánica, termodinámica, campos y ondas y electromagnetismo y su aplicación para la resolución de problemas propios de la ingeniería.
  • CE3. Capacidad para comprender y aplicar los principios de conocimientos básicos de la química general, química orgánica e inorgánica y sus aplicaciones en la ingeniería.
  • CE4. Conocimientos básicos sobre el uso y programación de los ordenadores, sistemas operativos, bases de datos y programas informáticos con aplicación en ingeniería.
  • CE5. Capacidad de visión espacial y conocimiento de las técnicas de representación gráfica, tanto por métodos tradicionales de geometría métrica y geometría descriptiva, como mediante las aplicaciones de diseño asistido por ordenador.
  • CE6. Conocimiento adecuado del concepto de empresa, marco institucional y jurídico de la empresa. Organización y gestión de empresas.
  • CE7. Conocimientos de termodinámica aplicada y transmisión de calor. Principios básicos y su aplicación a la resolución de problemas de ingeniería.
  • CE8. Conocimientos de los principios básicos de la mecánica de fluidos y su aplicación a la resolución de problemas en el campo de la ingeniería. Cálculo de tuberías, canales y sistemas de fluidos.
  • CE9. Conocimientos de los fundamentos de ciencia, tecnología y química de materiales. Comprender la relación entre la microestructura, la síntesis o procesado y las propiedades de los materiales.
  • CE10. Conocimiento y utilización de los principios de teoría de circuitos y máquinas eléctricas.
  • CE11. Conocimientos de los fundamentos de la electrónica.
  • CE12. Conocimientos sobre los fundamentos de automatismos y métodos de control.
  • CE13. Conocimiento de los principios de teoría de máquinas y mecanismos.
  • CE14. Conocimiento y utilización de los principios de la resistencia de materiales.
  • CE15. Conocimientos básicos de los sistemas de producción y fabricación.
  • CE16. Conocimientos básicos y aplicación de tecnologías medioambientales y sostenibilidad.
  • CE17. Conocimientos aplicados de organización de empresas.
  • CE18. Conocimientos y capacidades para organizar y gestionar proyectos. Conocer la estructura organizativa y las funciones de una oficina de proyectos.
  • CE19. Conocimientos aplicados de Sistemas de gestión de Calidad y Medioambiente.
  • CE20. Conocer los fundamentos de la ética empresarial y la responsabilidad social y corporativa de la empresa
  • CE21 Ejercicio original a realizar individualmente y presentar y defender ante un tribunal universitario, consistente en un proyecto en el ámbito de las tecnologías Industriales de naturaleza profesional en el que se sinteticen e integren las competencias adquiridas en las enseñanzas.
  • CE22. Capacidad para aplicar e integrar los conocimientos y habilidades adquiridas en el grado, en el ámbito de una actividad empresarial en empresas de ingeniería.
  • CE23. Capacidad para realizar informes técnicos de proyectos dentro del ámbito de la ingeniería.

  • CE_A1 Capacidad de realizar simulaciones y análisis sencillos que permitan valorar el comportamiento de un vehículo automóvil
  • CE_A2 Capacidad para el cálculo del funcionamiento y diseño básico de los componentes de motores de combustión
  • CE_A3 Conocimientos y capacidades para el cálculo, diseño y ensayo de máquinas
  • CE_A4 Capacidad para integrar herramientas de diseño, fabricación e ingeniería asistidos por ordenador aplicadas a un proyecto industrial
  • CE_A5 Conocimientos y capacidades para aplicar las técnicas de ingeniería gráfica
  • CE_A6 Conocimiento aplicado de sistemas y procesos de fabricación, metrología y control de calidad
  • CE_A7 Conocimientos y capacidades para aplicar los fundamentos de la elasticidad y resistencia de materiales al comportamiento de sólidos reales
  • CE_A8 Conocimientos y capacidades para la aplicación de la ingeniería de materiales
  • CE_A9 Capacidad de especificar los componentes principales que afectan a la dinámica del vehículo (vertical, lateral, longitudinal) aplicado a componentes reales (muelles, amortiguadores, barras, pilares, etc.) estudiando su rigidez, resistencia y fatiga
  • CE_A10 Capacidad de especificar de manera básica los componentes diferenciales de un vehículo eléctrico en sus distintas configuraciones posibles (hibridación – eléctrico)
  • CE_A11 Capacidad de analizar el comportamiento de dicho tipo de vehículos desde el punto de vista eléctrico (autonomía, consumo energético, necesidades de carga, requisitos de refrigeración y otros)
  • CE_A12 Capacidad de realizar y resolver modelos de simulación con objeto de reducir los tiempos de desarrollo y los costes de prototipado
  • CE_A13 Conocimiento aplicado a los ensayos más habituales para la validación de producto y homologación en el sector de automoción: Calibración de motores, medida de emisiones, etc.
  • CE_E1 Conocimiento aplicado de los fundamentos de los sistemas y máquinas fluidomecánicas
  • CE_E2 Capacidad para el análisis y el diseño de la Cadena de Suministro del Gas Natural
  • CE_E3 Capacidad para el análisis y el diseño de ciclos combinados
  • CE_E4 Capacidad para el análisis y el diseño de sistemas de Cogeneración
  • CE_E5 Conocimientos y capacidades para el cálculo, diseño y ensayo de máquinas
  • CE_E6 Conocimientos y capacidad para el cálculo y diseño de centrales hidráulicas
  • CE_E7 Capacidad para el análisis, diseño de sistemas de energías renovables
  • CE_E8 Conocimientos aplicados de ingeniería térmica
  • CE_E9 Capacidad para el Diseño, Control y Mantenimientos de Centrales térmicas
  • CE_E10 Conocimientos y capacidad para el cálculo y diseño de estructuras y construcciones industriales
  • CE_E11 Conocimientos y capacidades para aplicar los fundamentos de la elasticidad y resistencia de materiales al comportamiento de sólidos reales
  • CE_E12 Conocimiento aplicado al diseño de redes eléctricas
  • CE_E13 Conocimiento aplicado a la electrotecnia
  • CE_E14 Capacidad para el análisis, diseño y mantenimiento de sistemas eficientes energéticos
  • CE_E15 Capacidad para el análisis, diseño y mantenimiento de centrales nucleares

  • CE_EyA4 Conocimiento aplicado de electrotecnia
  • CE_EyA5 Conocimiento de los fundamentos y aplicaciones de la electrónica analógica.
  • CE_EyA6 Conocimiento de los fundamentos y aplicaciones de la electrónica digital y microprocesadores.
  • CE_EyA7 Conocimiento aplicado de electrónica de potencia.
  • CE_EyA8 Conocimiento aplicado de instrumentación electrónica.
  • CE_EyA9 Capacidad para diseñar sistemas electrónicos analógicos, digitales y de potencia.
  • CE_EyA10 Conocimiento y capacidad para el modelado y simulación de sistemas.
  • CE_EyA11 Conocimientos de regulación automática y técnicas de control y su aplicación a la automatización industrial.
  • CE_EyA12 Conocimientos de principios y aplicaciones de los sistemas robotizados.
  • CE_EyA13 Conocimiento aplicado de informática industrial y comunicaciones.
  • CE_EyA14 Capacidad para diseñar sistemas de control y automatización industrial.
  • CE_EyA15 Conocimiento aplicado de reconocimiento de imágenes y sonidos para aplicaciones robóticas.
  • CE_EyA16 Conocimiento aplicado de sensores y actuadores para aplicaciones robóticas.
  • CE_EyA17 Conocimiento aplicado al diseño de redes eléctricas

  • CE_M1 Capacidad para la redacción, firma y desarrollo de proyectos en el ámbito de la ingeniería industrial que tengan por objeto, de acuerdo con los conocimientos adquiridos según lo establecido en el apartado 5 de la orden CIN/351/2009, de 9 de febrero, BOE de 20 febrero de 2009, la construcción, reforma, reparación, conservación, demolición, fabricación, instalación, montaje o explotación de: estructuras, equipos mecánicos, instalaciones energéticas, instalaciones eléctricas y electrónicas, instalaciones y plantas industriales y procesos de fabricación y automatización.
  • CE_M2 Capacidad para la dirección, de las actividades objeto de los proyectos de ingeniería descritos en el epígrafe anterior.
  • CE_M3 Conocimiento, comprensión y capacidad para aplicar la legislación necesaria en el ejercicio de la profesión de Ingeniero Técnico Industrial.
  • CE_M4 Conocimientos aplicados de ingeniería térmica
  • CE_M5 Conocimientos y capacidades para aplicar los fundamentos de la elasticidad y resistencia de materiales al comportamiento de sólidos reales
  • CE_M6 Conocimientos y capacidad para el cálculo y diseño de estructuras y construcciones industriales
  • CE_M7 Conocimiento aplicado de los fundamentos de los sistemas y máquinas fluidomecánicas
  • CE_M8 Conocimientos y capacidades para aplicar las técnicas de ingeniería gráfica
  • CE_M9 Conocimientos y capacidades para el cálculo, diseño y ensayo de máquinas
  • CE_M10 Conocimiento aplicado de sistemas y procesos de fabricación, metrología y control de calidad
  • CE_M11 Conocimientos y capacidades para el mantenimiento y ensayo de máquinas
  • CE_M15 Conocimientos y capacidades para la aplicación de la ingeniería de materiales
  • CE_M16 Capacidad para el Diseño, Control y Mantenimientos de Centrales térmicas
  • CE_M17 Capacidad para integrar herramientas de diseño, fabricación e ingeniería asistidos por ordenador aplicadas a un proyecto industrial
  • CE_M18 Capacidad para el cálculo del funcionamiento y diseño básico de los componentes de motores de combustión

  • CE_OI1 Conocimiento aplicado de las herramientas y técnicas de diseño de las operaciones: de programación matemática (asignación y transporte), de la programación dinámica, la teoría de toma de decisiones, inventarios y gestión de colas
  • CE_OI2 Conocimientos de regulación automática y técnica de control y su aplicación a la automatización industrial
  • CE_OI3 Capacidad para diseñar sistemas de control y automatización industrial.
  • CE_OI4 Conocimientos de principios y aplicaciones de los sistemas robotizados.
  • CE_OI5 Conocimiento de los procedimientos para organizar y gestionar la Producción entendiendo su contribución a los objetivos de la empresa y conociendo y clasificando las decisiones a tomar en Organización de la Producción
  • CE_OI6 Capacidad de Análisis de los procesos y propuesta de Mejoras que reduzcan los defectos, los inventarios innecesarios, la sobreproducción y el sobreprocesamiento.
  • CE_OI7 Conocimiento aplicado de informática industrial y comunicaciones.
  • CE_OI8 Conocimientos y capacidades para el mantenimiento y ensayo de máquinas
  • CE_OI9 Conocimientos y capacidades para la planificación de la demanda, las compras y el aprovisionamiento
  • CE_OI10 Conocer los procesos comerciales y de marketing de la empresa, entendiendo su importancia y su relación con el resto de los procesos
  • CE_OI11 Capacidad para diseñar un plan financiero viable y un plan estratégico para una organización, considerando aspectos como el estado contable
  • CE_OI11 Capacidad para definir los distintos aspectos de la gestión interna en una empresa y de la estrategia a seguir en un entorno global
  • CE_OI12 Conocimiento aplicado de sistemas y procesos de fabricación, metrología y control de calidad

  • CE_R1 Conocimiento de los fundamentos y aplicaciones de la electrónica analógica.
  • CE_R2 Conocimiento de los fundamentos y aplicaciones de la electrónica digital y microprocesadores.
  • CE_R3 Conocimiento aplicado de electrónica de potencia.
  • CE_R4 Conocimiento aplicado de instrumentación electrónica
  • CE_R5 Capacidad para diseñar sistemas electrónicos analógicos, digitales y de potencia
  • CE_R6 Conocimiento y capacidad para el modelado y simulación de sistemas
  • CE_R7 Conocimientos de regulación automática y técnica de control y su aplicación a la automatización industrial
  • CE_R8 Capacidad para diseñar sistemas de control y automatización industrial
  • CE_R9 Conocimientos de principios y aplicaciones de los sistemas robotizados.
  • CE_R10 Conocimiento aplicado de reconocimiento de imágenes y sonidos para aplicaciones robóticas.
  • CE_R11: Conocimientos y capacidades para aplicar las técnicas de ingeniería gráfica.
  • CE_R12: Capacidad para integrar herramientas de diseño, fabricación e ingeniería asistidos por ordenador aplicadas a un proyecto industrial.
  • CE_R13 Conocimiento aplicado de sensores y actuadores para aplicaciones robóticas.
  • CE_R14 Conocimiento aplicado de sistemas de locomoción, planificación de trayectorias y seguimiento para robots móviles

  • CE_TI1 Conocimiento aplicado de los fundamentos de los sistemas y máquinas fluidomecánicas
  • CE_TI2 Conocimientos de regulación automática y técnica de control y su aplicación a la automatización industrial
  • CE_TI3 Capacidad para diseñar sistemas de control y automatización industrial
  • CE_TI4 Conocimientos y capacidades para el cálculo, diseño y ensayo de máquinas
  • CE_TI5 Conocimientos y capacidad para el cálculo y diseño de centrales hidráulicas
  • CE_TI6 Capacidad para el análisis, diseño de sistemas de energías renovables
  • CE_TI7 Conocimiento aplicado de sistemas y procesos de fabricación, metrología y control de calidad
  • CE_TI8 Conocimientos y capacidad para el cálculo y diseño de estructuras y construcciones industriales
  • CE_TI9 Conocimientos y capacidades para aplicar los fundamentos de la elasticidad y resistencia de materiales al comportamiento de sólidos reales.
  • CE_TI10 Conocimiento aplicado al diseño de redes eléctricas
  • CE_TI11 Conocimiento aplicado a la electrotecnia
  • CE_TI12 Capacidad para el análisis, diseño y mantenimiento de sistemas eficientes energéticos
  • CE_TI13 Capacidad para el análisis, diseño de sistemas de almacenamiento energético
  • CE_TI14 Conocimiento y capacidad para el modelado y simulación de sistemas

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Prácticas profesionales

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.

Entidades colaboradoras

PSA Peugeot Citröen, Repsol, Cepsa, Renfe, Ferrovial, Accenture, Altran, Deloitte, Endesa, Airbus, Siemens, IBM o Indra, entre muchas otras.

CLAUSTRO

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.

  • Alicia Páez Pavón
    Doctor of Materials Science and Engineering. Adjunct professor in the Department of Industrial and Aerospace Engineering and coordinator of the Bachelor’s programme in Aerospace Engineering in Aircraft.
    Has been published multiple times in JCR publications and has contributed to national and international conferences in the field of powder metallurgy and nanoparticle-reinforced ceramics.
  • Arisbel Cerpa Naranjo
    Doctor of Chemical Science. More than 35 years of teaching experience in universities in Cuba and Spain.
    More than 35 years of teaching and research experience in universities in Cuba (1982–2003) and private universities in Spain (2005–2020). 
  • Beatriz Peña Martínez
    Industrial Engineer from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, and Master of Education and ICT (e-learning).
    Head of Business Development at DHL Excel Supply Chain and Project Manager and Integrated Logistics Support Engineer at Tecnobit. 
    Professor of the Bachelor's programmes in Industrial Engineering and Aerospace Engineering at UEM since 2006, Final Master’s Project Coordinator for the Master’s programmes in Industrial Engineering, and Coordinator of Industrial Organisation Module. 
  • Carlos Alberto Talayero Giménez de Azcarate
    Professor in areas related to mechanics and the automotive industry in Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes. Coordinator of Final Bachelor’s and Master’s Projects in the areas of mobility, dynamics, modeling and simulation.
    Technical consultant in the field of industry since 2005. Experience in the Automotive, Railway, R&D and Structures sectors. Product, Quality and Process Engineering fields.
  • Carlos Castellote Varona
    Doctor of Industrial Engineering, with specialisation in Mechanics/Machinery, from UPM Coordinator of the Industrial Engineering programme, director of the Department of Mechanical Engineering and professor of the Resistance of Materials, CAD-CAM-CAE, and Machine Design courses. Coordinator of Final Bachelor’s and Master’s Projects. Mentor. Researcher in the Nanomaterials group. Academic Chair with company for the development of new materials and products for the health sector.
    Has worked for multinational consultancy companies in Spain and Portugal, as well as engineering. Technician. Provincial technical manager. Consultant. CSIC-ICMM Group researcher.
  • Carlos Jesús Vega Vera
    14 years of teaching experience in the fields of Resistance of Materials and Structure Theory. 3D positioning software and patent holder.
    More than 17 years of experience in project drafting, supervision and construction management.
  • Carlos Moreno Martínez
    Bachelor of Computer Science, Doctor of Applied Information Technologies, certified in ITIL® v3 and as an ISO20000 Consultant. Professor in the Science, Computing and Technology department of in-person, online and mixed in-person/online courses.
    Long professional experience in national and international companies in the software technology sector before joining Universidad Europea de Madrid. Expert in ICT portfolio, processes and management.
    Contributor since 2009 and professor since 2018 at Universidad Europea, in the following fields:
    • Contributor to startups and recently created companies, assisting with their portfolio design and product marketing strategy.
    • Software Engineering and Artificial Intelligence
    • Interested in teaching innovation in professional skills and competences required in the digital economy, as well as the relationship between business innovation and education.
    • Professional Skills and Leadership
    • Project Management and Planning
    • Tutor of Final Bachelor’s Projects
    • Tutor in the Master’s programme in Big Data Analytics
    • Master of ICT Processes and Governance
  • Carlos Quiterio Gómez Muñoz
    Doctor of Industrial Engineering with international qualification, accredited by ANECA. Industrial Engineer in the academic degrees: Electronics Technician, Superior and Master (UCLM). ‘Repsol’ prize for best final project.
    Researcher at Ingenium RG at UCLM. First International Prize for the technology-based concept Entrepreneurship 5+5. Has become a full professor at Universidad Europea de Madrid in 2019. 
  • Daniel García Martínez
    Teacher of Fundamentals of Electronics, Industrial Automation and Automatic Regulation and Coordinator of Final Bachelor’s Projects since 2016/2017, including the best Final Bachelor’s Project at UEM in 2019. Director of the Master’s programme in Industry 4.0.
    Industrial Engineer in the Digital Industries division of Siemens S.A. Currently serving as Business Manager of the SCE and Business Development project on solutions for 3D printing.
  • David Aramburu Landeras
    Seven years of teaching experience at UE in the Civil Engineering Department.
    Fifteen years of experience designing civil engineering projects.
  • Emilia Lourdes Cirujano Ares
    25 years of experience in undergraduate and postgraduate studies.
    Consultant and teacher.
  • Federico García Galván
    Professor of Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics and Thermal Engineering (Industrial Engineering), Process Technology (Chemical Engineering), and Energy Technology in the Master’s programme in Industrial Engineering.
    Conducting research work since 2011 in the field of materials, related to the protection against corrosion and bioactivity in light alloys using the sol–gel method.
  • Francisco de Asís Cabello Galisteo
    Teacher of Bachelor’s and Master’s courses in Industrial Engineering: Quality and Environmental Control, Energy Efficiency, Projects and Legislation, Machine Maintenance and Mechanical Physics. Director of the Master’s programme in Renewable Energy Transition.
    Scientific researcher at the Institute of Catalysis and Petrochemistry (CSIC) for six years, studying the regeneration process of oxidation catalysts used in diesel vehicles. Responsible for energy projects at the Organisation for Consumers and Users (OCU) for ten years. Associate professor at Universidad Antonio de Nebrija.
  • Gema Tabares Jiménez
    During my years of experience in academia, I have taught: Experimental Techniques, Physics of Materials, Fundamentals of Physics: Fields and Waves, Statistics and Fundamentals of Physics. I have managed a Final Bachelor’s Project and am currently managing a Final Master’s Project. 
    Bachelor of Physics from Universidad Complutense, Doctor from Universidad Politécnica and MBA from UNED. Currently researching two-dimensional material sensing platforms for the early detection of breast cancer.
  • Guillermo Martínez Jiménez
    Professor in the Economics and Business Department at Universidad Europea since 2017. Doctor of Socioeconomic Dimensions of the Environment from Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
    Two years of experience in legal, financial and accounting consultancy for third-sector institutions.
  • Jaime Sánchez Gallego
    Professor in the Bachelor's and Master’s programmes at the School of Architecture and Engineering.
    Industrial engineer with experience in design, R&D and project management in various sectors: energy, defence, aerospace and automotive.
  • Javier Fernández Andrés
    University professor for more than 20 years, teaching courses related to automation and control of industrial processes, computer vision and computer science. 
    Lead researcher in several publicly funded competitive projects related to smart transport systems and computer vision.
  • Javier Martínez Martínez
    UE professor since the end of 2016. Doctor of Mathematical Sciences from Universidad Complutense, Master of Advanced and Professional Mathematics from Universidad de Barcelona.
    Experience in academia as a university instructor since 2014.
  • Jorge Asiain Sastre
    More than 10 years of experience as a professor of Mechanical Engineering.
    25 years of international professional experience, first in the oil and gas sector and later in consultancy. Management systems auditor at Spanish national accreditation body ENAC.
  • José Alberto Aijon Jiménez
    Teaching experience in algebra, calculus, physics, statistics, business mathematics, discrete mathematics and multivariate regression analysis.
    Five years experience at Isolux Wat as a quality control technician on construction sites for Telefónica and Airtel. Later worked at Amena for five years as a standards technician for Ericsson; and, finally, created two university academies.
  • José Luis Lafuente Carrasco
    Assistant professor in the field of electronics.
    Electronic product design, embedded electronics, projects, manufacturing, procurement management.
  • José Manuel Del Pino Fernández
    More than five years of experience teaching business courses—Business Creation, Operations Management, Project Management, etc.—in bachelor's and master’s programmes, online and in-person.
    More than 15 years of experience in multinational companies as project manager in charge of multidisciplinary teams at the international level in different industrial and technological sectors.
  • José Manuel López López
    Core subject courses—Physics, Mathematics and Programming—for various degrees, such as Physics, Industrial Systems Engineering, Computer Engineering, Architecture and Pharmacy. 
    Grant holder of the University Teacher Training Programme at Universidad de Granada (2002–2006). Assistant professor at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (2006–2008).
  • José Omar Martínez Lucci
    Full professor of Fluid Mechanics, Aerodynamics and Heat Transfer with more than 14 years of academic experience from Universidad Europea de Madrid and University of Wisconsin, USA.
    Head of the Quality Department of American Airlines Peru. Consultant for process reengineering at Ernst & Young, Peru. Quality control in the manufacturing process at Quad, USA.
  • Juan Carlos Maroto Carro
    Has taught various courses in Physics, Calculus, Algebra, Electronics, Circuit Theory, Electronic Instrumentation, Microelectronics, Computer Circuit Analysis, etc.
    Professor at multiple universities for more than 20 years.
    Master of Microelectronics from Lucent Technologies/Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.
    Has worked with photovoltaic solar energy during doctoral studies, researching and manufacturing high concentration solar cells.
  • Juan José Escribano Otero
    Full professor. Member of AENUI (Association of University Teachers of Informatics), member of OdiseIA (Observatory for the Social and Ethical Impact of Artificial Intelligence).
  • Luis Miguel Gracia Expósito
    My degree in Mathematics and my passion for education have given me the opportunity to teach many of our University’s technical degrees, as well as in areas such as health.
    I have worked for approximately 10 years with companies in the telecommunications sector. Since 2007, I have gradually moved to university teaching, which I now do full time.
  • María del Carmen Espinosa Elvira
    Ten years at Universidad Europea, first on a term contract, and then as a member of academic staff with HCAP students in industrial management and project management courses.
    Extensive experience in operations improvement and change management projects: process re-engineering, project management systems and lean management tools. In services and industrial sectors.
  • María Isabel Lado Touriño
    Doctor of Chemical Science. Full professor at the Higher Institute of Materials and Advanced Mechanics of Le Mans, France, from 1998 to 2001.
    Professor of courses related to the fields of materials and chemistry, as part of multiple Industrial Engineering programmes.
    Full professor at Universidad Europea de Madrid, since 2001.
  • María José García García
    Professor at UEM since 1994. Courses in programming, software engineering, mathematics and databases, as well as competency-based subjects such as ethics, communication skills and entrepreneurial leadership.
    Programmer analyst from 1994 to 1996, responsible for the User Service Centre and Microcomputer Department at Crédito y Caución.
  • María José Terrón López
    Full professor in the field of Electronic Technology at UEM School of Architecture, Engineering and Design, where I have also held management positions, such as head of degree programmes and head of department for both master’s and the teacher training programmes.
    I have participated in research projects on photovoltaic solar energy and applied optics. Currently, I am more focussed on educational research, sustainability and the implementation of programmes that promote student development.
  • María Reyes Vigil Montaño
    Doctor of Chemistry, with specialisation in Physical Chemistry from UCM. Professor at Universidad San Pablo CEU, Universidad Complutense de Madrid and Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Director of the Master’s programme in Industrial Engineering at UEM.
    I am responsible for a consultancy service on the verification and modification of university programmes and acting secretary for university degree accreditation panels at Fundación madri+d.
  • Mario Sanz López
    Professor specialised in the fields of Occupational Risk Prevention, Quality and Environment. Coordinator of the Final Bachelor's Projects for the Bachelor's in Building Engineering.
    Technical architect/building engineer. Master of Building Techniques and Systems and Master of Occupational Risk Preventions, with specialisations in Safety at Work, Ergonomics and Psycho-sociology at Work.
  • Marta Inés Morales Pérez
    Since 2001, I have been designing and teaching theoretical and practical courses for training employees and entrepreneurs. I have been teaching at Universidad Europea since 2006.
    Consultancy on improvement and development of companies in the fields of organisation, quality control, environmental management, energy efficiency, food safety, circular economy and sustainability.
  • Mohammad Hussain Alanbari Ali Hassan
    Doctor of Industrial Engineering. Master of Control and Instrumentation and Energy. Expert in Industrial Automation.
    Expert in renewable energy, industrial engineering, electromechanics and industrial automation.
    Has participated in multiple European and national R&D projects. The latter include SPRIT PAORAMA—Perception and Navigation Organisation for Autonomous Mobile Applications—and BRITE PSYCHO—Powerfull Tools for Identification and Control of Highly Non-Linear Process. Member of the Universidad Europea School of Architecture, Engineering and Design. Has participated in a European project under H2020.
    SCA-RISE-2017 (MarieSkłodowska-Curie Research and Innovation Staff Exchange) and many internal projects for Universidad Europea.
  • Nourdine Aliane
    Industrial Engineer with a specialisation in Electronics and Automation from the National Polytechnic School of Algiers, Algeria, Doctor of Physical Sciences from Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
    Scholarship holder under the National Plan (FPI) from 1990 to 1995 at Instituto de Automática Industrial (IAI-CSIC).
    Joined Universidad Europea in October 1995 and has been a full professor since 2010.
  • Ramiro Diez Zaera
    More than 20 years of teaching experience in industrial automation, systems control and robotics at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and Universidad Europea de Madrid.
  • Ricardo Latorre Dardé
    Doctor of Chemistry with a specialisation in Industrial Chemistry, professor at UEM since October 1993 in courses related to Energy, Heat and Thermodynamics. Director of various Master’s programmes and current Head of the Department of Industrial and Aerospace Engineering.
    IRCA auditor of environmental management systems based on ISO 14000, an accredited level evaluator in the EFQM Model Management Excellence Club. Member of the Technical Committee for Standardisation (AEN/CTN) 206 ‘Electricity Production’, subcommittee SC 114 on ‘Marine Energy—Wave and Tidal Energy Converters’.
  • Rosario Gómez de Merodio Perea
    Professor at UEM since 2011, teaching: Graphic Expression, Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Thermal and Fluid Engineering, Thermal Machines and Thermal Power Plants.
    Supply technician at GE.
    Supply technician and head of service in the Maintenance of Facilities Department at the EULEN Group.
  • Ruth María Fuensalida Novo
    University professor with more than ten years of experience. Has mainly taught courses related to Installations, Energy and Conditioning.
    More than 20 years of experience in different fields in architecture, construction, development and energy management companies.

Career Opportunities

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.

Management.

General Management:

  • Commercial Management (Consultative Sales).
  • Operations Management (Production and Logistics).
  • Technical Management (Product Development).
  • Project Manager and Specialist.

The industrial companies can be in the automotive, logistic operations, food, structures, materials processing and industrial chemistry sectors.

Management.

General Management:

  • Technical and Service Consultants.
  • Certifiers.
  • Utilities (Gas, Water, Electricity).
  • Others.
  • Industrial Installations.
  • Building Installations.
  • Judicial Expertise.
  • Opening Licenses.

Local and Regional Administration:

  • Municipal Engineers.
  • Inspection.
  • Finance.

General State Administration:

  • Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Trade.
  • Corps of State Engineers.
  • Public Sector.
  • Private Sector.

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Career Opportunities of Industrial Systems

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Talent is rewarded

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.

Admissions Process in Madrid

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.

Start your future at Universidad Europea.

You can become a student at Universidad Europea in three easy steps.

1

Admission exams.

Start your admission process by calling 917407272 or completing the admission form in link below.

2

Place reservation.

Once you have been admitted, secure your place by paying the reservation fee.

3

Enrollment.

Submit the required documents to formalise your enrollment.

Credit recognition and transfers

You don’t have to stick with something you don’t like. That’s why we’ve designed specific plans for credit recognition and transfers. Request your online credit recognition review free of charge, transfer your academic file and start studying at Universidad Europea.

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Profile for prospective students and how to access this degree

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.

Prerequisites

The prerequisites to access this bachelor’s programme are those established in RD 1892/2008 of 14 November and current applicable legislation, namely:

  • Having passed the university admissions exam, in accordance with applicable legislation.
  • Having passed the admissions exam for students over 25 and over 45.
  • Senior technicians, senior fine arts and design technicians and senior sports technicians.
  • Graduates, undergraduates, technical engineers, engineers and architects.

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.

Places for incoming students

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Regulations for credit transfer and recognition

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Access to a regulated profession

The qualifications in ‘Mechanics’ and ‘Electronics and Automation’ provide access to the regulated profession Industrial Technical Engineer, according to:

  • Ruling of 15 January of 2009, BOE of 29 January 2009 
  • Standard: Order CIN/351/2009 of 9 February, BOE of 20 February 2009 

Calidad Académica

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.

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Sistema interno de garantía de calidad

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.

Normativa de la universidad

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Sistema de quejas, reclamaciones y sugerencias

Through the ‘Online General Enquiries’ service offered by Universidad Europea, students can send in any questions, requests and complains.

Miembros del CCT

The Commission on the Quality of Degrees (CCT) is formed by:

  • Vice Dean/University Assistant Director.
  • Professor.
  • Q Partner (PAS).
  • Degree Coordinator.
  • Students. The attendance of both student delegates and sub-delegates is encouraged, and the opinions of as many students as possible are collected through them.

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.

Principales mejoras del título

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.

  • The Institutional Plan for Learning Assessment is incorporated.
  • Investments in new laboratories and classroom resources are made.

Resultados de procesos

Principales resultados del título

Informe Final de Evaluación de la Propuesta de Modificación del Plan de Estudios 2015

Informe Final de Evaluación de la Propuesta de Modificación del Plan de Estudios 2019

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