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Industrial Electronics and Automation Engineering + Computer Engineering

Course syllabus

RRII + Derecho
Degree:
Duration:
Credits:
Programme type:
Study mode:
No. of places:
Lenguage of instruction:
Internship:
Degree Final Project:
Place:
Faculty:
Industrial Electronics and Automation Engineering + Computer Engineering
5 years
72 ECTS x 5 years=360ECTS
Taught sessions
Full time
25
Spanish, Basque and English
6 ECTS
One project per degree
Bilbao Campus
Engineering Faculty

 

Undergraduate Final Year Project

The project is compulsory and it can be done during the second semester in the fourth year of study. It will allow students to make a project proposal and its feasibility study and design and/or development.

In order to register for this project, students must have successfully completed, or at least enrolled for, all of the core and compulsory subjects on the course syllabus.

This process includes project planning (draft project), development, submission of a final report and oral presentation before an examining board.

 

Course syllabus

RRII + Derecho
Degree:
Duration:
Credits:
Programme type:
Study mode:
No. of places:
Lenguage of instruction:
Internship:
Degree Final Project:
Place:
Faculty:
Industrial Electronics and Automation Engineering + Computer Engineering
5 years
72 ECTS x 5 years=360ECTS
Taught sessions
Full time
25
Spanish, Basque and English
6 ECTS
One project per degree
Bilbao Campus
Engineering Faculty

 

Undergraduate Final Year Project

The project is compulsory and it can be done during the second semester in the fourth year of study. It will allow students to make a project proposal and its feasibility study and design and/or development.

In order to register for this project, students must have successfully completed, or at least enrolled for, all of the core and compulsory subjects on the course syllabus.

This process includes project planning (draft project), development, submission of a final report and oral presentation before an examining board.