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Computer Engineering

Course syllabus

RRII + Derecho
Degree:
Duration:
Credits:
Programme type:
Study mode:
No. of places:
Lenguage of instruction:
Internship:
International programme:
Degree Final Project:
Place:
Faculty:
Computer Engineering
4 years
240ECTS (+ 40ECTS for the Deusto Degree)
Taught sessions
Full time
150
Spanish, Basque and English
Elective
Elective. 4th year. 30ECTS
12 ECTS
Bilbao Campus
Engineering Faculty

 

Your studies and internship

From general knowledge to a specialist field

  • 1st academic year: students master key mathematical tools and focus on achieving a basic knowledge of technology engineering by assimilating the fundamentals of programming, electronics and telematics
  • 2nd and 3rd academic years: students focus on software engineering, databases, operating or multimedia systems in greater depth. Experiments on computer networks, artificial intelligence or information security are also carried out.
  • 4th academic year: students work on their Undergraduate Final Year Project and can opt to spend a semester studying abroad. This is the time for internships in firms and defining each one’s personal itinerary by choosing electives.
  •  

Basic competences      Specific competences 

 

Study in several languages

You can combine subjects in Spanish, English and Basque.

Students are required to reach a B2 level of English (equivalent to the University of Cambridge First Certificate) by the end of their Bachelor’s degree studies in Computer Science Engineering.

 

Bilingual Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Organisation Engineering (English/Spanish)

Students who earn at least 40% of their credits in English and provide proof of a C1 level of English may obtain certification from the University of Deusto verifying that they have completed this language option in the degree programme. Students are required to provide proof of a C1 level in English by presenting an official certificate or by sitting an internal exam at the University of Deusto to attain this certification.

 

Admission to official Master’s degree programmes

Once students have completed their Bachelor's degree, they can apply to the official Master's degree programme in Computer Science Engineering, which lasts a year and a half

 

Internships

Doing an internship at a company is essential to career development. This comprehensive training enables students to put their knowledge into practice and also gain professional experience, which will be highly valued when they enter the job market.
We have entered into internship agreements with over 100 engineering firms.

Students do their internships in the 4th year of study. The experience is monitored by an on-site supervisor and a faculty lecturer

 

 

The University highlights employability. This means that hard-working students who have clear goals can find many options. The University provides internships that may include an option to stay on at the firm. The UD helps you to arrange interviews and gives you all the assistance you need.Events such as the Job Forum, attended by firms from different industries are organised to give students an overview of the profession. It is a great opportunity to make face to face contact with companies and find out what profile they are looking for.

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kevin cifuentes

The University highlights employability. This means that hard-working students who have clear goals can find many options. The University provides internships that may include an option to stay on at the firm. The UD helps you to arrange interviews and gives you all the assistance you need.Events such as the Job Forum, attended by firms from different industries are organised to give students an overview of the profession. It is a great opportunity to make face to face contact with companies and find out what profile they are looking for.

Kevin Cifuentes, Master’s degree in Computer Science Engineering student

 

 

Over 125 firms in the Basque Country host student interns from our Faculty every year:

tabla
 Logo Deloitte Dominion  Eroski   
  Lantek     
       

 

The internships are regulated by RD 592/2014 of July 2014.

 

DeustoTech

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. Examples of the fields they work in include environmental sustainability, health, cybersecurity and transport.

 

DeustoTech is allowing me to apply everything I have learned in class and see the pros and cons of the different technologies. Nothing compares to developing a project for real users and the work atmosphere is great!

Logo de la Universidad de Deusto

Nothing compares to developing a project for real users

DeustoTech is allowing me to apply everything I have learned in class and see the pros and cons of the different technologies. Nothing compares to developing a project for real users and the work atmosphere is great!

Aitor Brazaola

 

Business-university seminars

In business-university seminars and initiatives, 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. Firms and students learn together.

Course syllabus

RRII + Derecho
Degree:
Duration:
Credits:
Programme type:
Study mode:
No. of places:
Lenguage of instruction:
Internship:
International programme:
Degree Final Project:
Place:
Faculty:
Computer Engineering
4 years
240ECTS (+ 40ECTS for the Deusto Degree)
Taught sessions
Full time
150
Spanish, Basque and English
Elective
Elective. 4th year. 30ECTS
12 ECTS
Bilbao Campus
Engineering Faculty

 

Your studies and internship

From general knowledge to a specialist field

  • 1st academic year: students master key mathematical tools and focus on achieving a basic knowledge of technology engineering by assimilating the fundamentals of programming, electronics and telematics
  • 2nd and 3rd academic years: students focus on software engineering, databases, operating or multimedia systems in greater depth. Experiments on computer networks, artificial intelligence or information security are also carried out.
  • 4th academic year: students work on their Undergraduate Final Year Project and can opt to spend a semester studying abroad. This is the time for internships in firms and defining each one’s personal itinerary by choosing electives.
  •  

Basic competences      Specific competences 

 

Study in several languages

You can combine subjects in Spanish, English and Basque.

Students are required to reach a B2 level of English (equivalent to the University of Cambridge First Certificate) by the end of their Bachelor’s degree studies in Computer Science Engineering.

 

Bilingual Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Organisation Engineering (English/Spanish)

Students who earn at least 40% of their credits in English and provide proof of a C1 level of English may obtain certification from the University of Deusto verifying that they have completed this language option in the degree programme. Students are required to provide proof of a C1 level in English by presenting an official certificate or by sitting an internal exam at the University of Deusto to attain this certification.

 

Admission to official Master’s degree programmes

Once students have completed their Bachelor's degree, they can apply to the official Master's degree programme in Computer Science Engineering, which lasts a year and a half

 

Internships

Doing an internship at a company is essential to career development. This comprehensive training enables students to put their knowledge into practice and also gain professional experience, which will be highly valued when they enter the job market.
We have entered into internship agreements with over 100 engineering firms.

Students do their internships in the 4th year of study. The experience is monitored by an on-site supervisor and a faculty lecturer

 

 

The University highlights employability. This means that hard-working students who have clear goals can find many options. The University provides internships that may include an option to stay on at the firm. The UD helps you to arrange interviews and gives you all the assistance you need.Events such as the Job Forum, attended by firms from different industries are organised to give students an overview of the profession. It is a great opportunity to make face to face contact with companies and find out what profile they are looking for.

Logo de la Universidad de Deusto

kevin cifuentes

The University highlights employability. This means that hard-working students who have clear goals can find many options. The University provides internships that may include an option to stay on at the firm. The UD helps you to arrange interviews and gives you all the assistance you need.Events such as the Job Forum, attended by firms from different industries are organised to give students an overview of the profession. It is a great opportunity to make face to face contact with companies and find out what profile they are looking for.

Kevin Cifuentes, Master’s degree in Computer Science Engineering student

 

 

Over 125 firms in the Basque Country host student interns from our Faculty every year:

tabla
 Logo Deloitte Dominion  Eroski   
  Lantek     
       

 

The internships are regulated by RD 592/2014 of July 2014.

 

DeustoTech

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. Examples of the fields they work in include environmental sustainability, health, cybersecurity and transport.

 

DeustoTech is allowing me to apply everything I have learned in class and see the pros and cons of the different technologies. Nothing compares to developing a project for real users and the work atmosphere is great!

Logo de la Universidad de Deusto

Nothing compares to developing a project for real users

DeustoTech is allowing me to apply everything I have learned in class and see the pros and cons of the different technologies. Nothing compares to developing a project for real users and the work atmosphere is great!

Aitor Brazaola

 

Business-university seminars

In business-university seminars and initiatives, 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. Firms and students learn together.