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Universidad Europea’s Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Systems Engineering is a four-year degree that offers multiple options so that you can achieve your desired professional profile.
Starting from the fundamentals of basic sciences (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics), you will acquire mechanical knowledge such as resistance of materials, machine design, and manufacturing, which will allow you to participate in the manufacturing of any product, from a simple product to the most complex and delicate systems you can think of.
You will do all this as part of a Mechanical Engineering Degree that qualifies you to exercise the profession of industrial technical engineer, with the support of Professional Associations of Technical Graduates and Engineers.
|Villaviciosa de Odón||240 ECTS|
|Start: 18 sep. 2023||Title issued by Universidad Europea de Madrid|
|4 Years||School of Architecture, Engineering and Design - Madrid|
Choose the engineering course you like best: Mechanical (professional qualification) in english or Electronics and Automation (professional qualification), Industrial Organisation, Energy, Automotive, Robotics, Industrial Technologies in Spanish. Furthermore, it is the only bachelor's degree that offers you the chance of obtaining a double specialisation in 4 years, the same time as a single degree.
|Engineering Computing Fundamentals||6||BASIC||English|
|Graphic Expression in Engineering||6||BASIC||English|
|Professional Ethics and Efficiency||6||BASIC||English|
|Chemistry for Engineering||6||MANDATORY||English|
|Project: Electromagnetic Physics||6||BASIC||English|
|Statistics for Engineering||6||BASIC||English|
|Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer||6||MANDATORY||English|
|Theory of Electrical Circuits and Machines||6||MANDATORY||English|
|Fundamentals of Business Organisation||6||MANDATORY||English|
|Project: Theory of Machines and Mechanisms||6||BASIC||English|
|Relational Impact and Influence||6||MANDATORY||English|
|Fundamentals of Electronics||6||MANDATORY||English|
|Project: Automatic Systems and Control||6||MANDATORY||English|
|Business Management and Industrial Production Systems||6||MANDATORY||English|
|Technology of Materials||6||ELECTIVE||English|
|Elasticity and Resistance of Materials I||6||ELECTIVE||English|
|Project: Manufacturing Processes I||6||ELECTIVE||English|
|Total Quality and Environmental Management||6||MANDATORY||English|
|Projects and Legislation||6||MANDATORY||English|
|Thermal and Fluid Engineering||6||ELECTIVE||English|
|Project: Design of Machines||6||ELECTIVE||English|
|Elasticity and Resistance of Materials II||6||MANDATORY||English|
|Project: Machines Maintenance||6||ELECTIVE||English|
|Internal Combustion Engines||6||ELECTIVE||English|
|Project: Manufacturing Processes II||6||ELECTIVE||English|
|University Activities / Intenrship extension||6||ELECTIVE||English|
|Final Degree Project||12||MANDATORY||English|
Internships are a key component of your education. Acquiring experience after what you have learned on 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 extracurricular 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.
In the Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Systems Engineering, Specialty in Mechanics, we teach you how to manage the complete life cycle of any industrial activity and to keep up the pace with new challenges in industrial engineering, where you can specialise in Mechanics, Electronics and Automation, Automotive, Robotics, Industrial Organisation and Industrial Technologies. This is the only bachelor's degree which offers you the opportunity of obtaining a double specialisation in four years, the same time as a conventional degree.
Once you have completed your degree in mechanical engineering at Universidad Europea, you will find opportunities in a number of sectors and for a variety of roles, including:
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Start your admission process by calling +34 917407272 or request information and our advisors will contact you.
Once you have been admitted, secure your place by paying the reservation fee.
Submit the required documents to formalise your enrollment.
Yes! Mechanical engineering is a degree that will open doors to many options, either to specialise further by studying a masters degree or to a varied career in different areas. At Universidad Europea, you will study subjects such as Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics to understand the basics of engineering. As the program progresses, you will deepen your knowledge with topics such as resistance of materials, machine design, and manufacturing.
Our graduates go on to enjoy success in numerous fields of engineering, such as:
Studying a degree in mechanical engineering will give you the skills and knowledge to launch successful careers in different areas within the engineering field. With the world more reliant on technology, there is an ever increasing need for engineers.
At Universidad Europea, our aim is to ensure you are as prepared as possible to enter the workforce. Throughout your program, you will have many opportunities to complete internships at leading companies and organisations in the engineering field - getting the industry knowledge, but also the experience to lead in the workplace.
Because industrial systems engineering is a broad degree, there are many options for you post-graduation.
At Universidad Europea, you will receive a broad education covering numerous aspects of engineering. In addition, we place great importance on learning by doing, so you will spend much of your time developing your own projects or getting real time work experience at engineering companies in Spain and abroad.
Examples of careers that our graduates go into once they complete their studies are:
If you choose to study mechanical engineering at Universidad Europea, you will do so at our campus at Villaviciosa de Odón, on the outskirts of Madrid.
Our campus offers some of the finest facilities in Spain in which to study your degree in industrial systems engineering. You will have access to top-of-the-range labs, such as our Industry 4.0 Laboratory - designed with the latest technologies in sensor systems, automated systems, collaborative and industrial robots, cybersecurity, digital twins and the Internet of Things, among others.
In addition, as part of your program, you can become part of the FormulaUEM club, the leading Club in the School of Architecture, Engineering and Design in which students from all spectrums of the engineering field come together to design, develop and build a formula car and to compete in domestic and international races.