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Computer Engineering + Business Digital Transformation

The Bachelor’s degree

What's it all about?

Technology solutions for society

Do you like information and communications technologies? This bachelor’s degree programme has been designed for people who want to find technology solutions for society and develop products and systems to improve our daily lives in fields such as healthcare, tourism and transport.

Students who choose this programme will learn to lead and direct ICT-related technical and business projects while receiving the preparation to perform successfully in a variety of industries. This versatile profile is highly valued.

 

You have to like numbers and computers to study this engineering degree.
If you are one of those people who likes programming and new technologies, this is the degree for you. The facilities are great: the library, the computer rooms… It’s a very practical degree and the tools you need for any project or assignment are always at your fingertips.

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Para estudiar esta ingeniería te tienen que gustar los números

You have to like numbers and computers to study this engineering degree.
If you are one of those people who likes programming and new technologies, this is the degree for you. The facilities are great: the library, the computer rooms… It’s a very practical degree and the tools you need for any project or assignment are always at your fingertips.

Daphne Aberasturi, Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering. Class of 2016

Over 40 years training computer science engineers

The UD Engineering Faculty was the first in Spain to teach computer science programmes.

Practical and participatory training

 

At Deusto we focus on a practical, dynamic and participatory methodology, to ensure that our students achieve a high level of practical knowledge, which is essential for career development in this field.

  • Attached to the Engineering Faculty, DeustoTech is the University of Deusto’s technology transfer and research centre. At DeustoTech, students with a high academic performance find the opportunity to partake in real business projects through paid grants.
  • The Deusto Moto Team (DMT) and Deusto Drone Team (DDT) are formed by students from all the different degree programmes taught at the Engineering Faculty. This initiative is supported and supervised by a number of lecturers. Throughout the academic year, the teams work on building a smart electric motorbike (DMT) and a drone (DDT).
  • In business-university seminars, our students receive grants from key firms in our area. Working shoulder to shoulder with lecturers and business professionals, they develop pilot projects where they experiment with the latest technologies.
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Winning the competition was a great reward for a whole year of hard work. We learned to overcome obstacles, anticipate difficulties and work as a team to reach our objective while we were building the drone.
It has been a fantastic experience!

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Winning the competition was a great reward for a whole year of hard work.

Winning the competition was a great reward for a whole year of hard work. We learned to overcome obstacles, anticipate difficulties and work as a team to reach our objective while we were building the drone.
It has been a fantastic experience!

María Barredo, Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering student

Deusto software: readily accessible anytime anywhere

Thanks to MyApps you can access software installed at Deusto anytime anywhere. At Deusto, students use the actual software that is used by companies in their specialist field.

Log into MyApps

Practical experience in laboratories

Students work at the Faculty labs and learn with the same equipment used in industry. Our external lecturers from firms ensure that students keep up to date on the latest developments in industry.

You are the main player

 

We aim to ensure that students reach their objectives and take the fullest advantage of their university years. At Deusto we provide personal support to our students, whether they need academic backup or aim for grants of excellence on high performance teams.

We therefore focus on guiding and advising them at key moments in their university studies. With our continuous evaluation system and participatory methodologies (group work, case studies, simulations..) our studies are student-centred, enabling them to take an active role throughout the course.

 

 

The Bachelor’s degree

What's it all about?

Technology solutions for society

Do you like information and communications technologies? This bachelor’s degree programme has been designed for people who want to find technology solutions for society and develop products and systems to improve our daily lives in fields such as healthcare, tourism and transport.

Students who choose this programme will learn to lead and direct ICT-related technical and business projects while receiving the preparation to perform successfully in a variety of industries. This versatile profile is highly valued.

 

You have to like numbers and computers to study this engineering degree.
If you are one of those people who likes programming and new technologies, this is the degree for you. The facilities are great: the library, the computer rooms… It’s a very practical degree and the tools you need for any project or assignment are always at your fingertips.

Logo de la Universidad de Deusto

Para estudiar esta ingeniería te tienen que gustar los números

You have to like numbers and computers to study this engineering degree.
If you are one of those people who likes programming and new technologies, this is the degree for you. The facilities are great: the library, the computer rooms… It’s a very practical degree and the tools you need for any project or assignment are always at your fingertips.

Daphne Aberasturi, Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering. Class of 2016

Over 40 years training computer science engineers

The UD Engineering Faculty was the first in Spain to teach computer science programmes.

Practical and participatory training

 

At Deusto we focus on a practical, dynamic and participatory methodology, to ensure that our students achieve a high level of practical knowledge, which is essential for career development in this field.

  • Attached to the Engineering Faculty, DeustoTech is the University of Deusto’s technology transfer and research centre. At DeustoTech, students with a high academic performance find the opportunity to partake in real business projects through paid grants.
  • The Deusto Moto Team (DMT) and Deusto Drone Team (DDT) are formed by students from all the different degree programmes taught at the Engineering Faculty. This initiative is supported and supervised by a number of lecturers. Throughout the academic year, the teams work on building a smart electric motorbike (DMT) and a drone (DDT).
  • In business-university seminars, our students receive grants from key firms in our area. Working shoulder to shoulder with lecturers and business professionals, they develop pilot projects where they experiment with the latest technologies.
  •  

 

Winning the competition was a great reward for a whole year of hard work. We learned to overcome obstacles, anticipate difficulties and work as a team to reach our objective while we were building the drone.
It has been a fantastic experience!

Logo de la Universidad de Deusto

Winning the competition was a great reward for a whole year of hard work.

Winning the competition was a great reward for a whole year of hard work. We learned to overcome obstacles, anticipate difficulties and work as a team to reach our objective while we were building the drone.
It has been a fantastic experience!

María Barredo, Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering student

Deusto software: readily accessible anytime anywhere

Thanks to MyApps you can access software installed at Deusto anytime anywhere. At Deusto, students use the actual software that is used by companies in their specialist field.

Log into MyApps

Practical experience in laboratories

Students work at the Faculty labs and learn with the same equipment used in industry. Our external lecturers from firms ensure that students keep up to date on the latest developments in industry.

You are the main player

 

We aim to ensure that students reach their objectives and take the fullest advantage of their university years. At Deusto we provide personal support to our students, whether they need academic backup or aim for grants of excellence on high performance teams.

We therefore focus on guiding and advising them at key moments in their university studies. With our continuous evaluation system and participatory methodologies (group work, case studies, simulations..) our studies are student-centred, enabling them to take an active role throughout the course.