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Industrial Electronics and Automation Engineering

The Bachelor’s degree

Electronics for medicine or the environment

This Bachelor’s degree will show you how amazing it is to apply electronics to other fields such as medicine, transport or the environment. If you are one of those people who like assembling devices, repairing or improving them, then this is your career path.

Towards industry 4.0

This Bachelor’s degree combines a solid background in traditional industrial technologies such as electricity and mechanics with new technologies and process control, which will enable you to work on multidisciplinary projects and join the new industry 4.0.

At the end of your studies, you will be able to:

  • Design products and systems such as electronic, pneumatic, electromechanical devices, electrical machines, etc., both for industrial and home use.
  • Implement, automate and robotise complex manufacturing plants: desalination plants, refineries, sun farms, cogeneration plants, etc.
  • Innovate in processes and services through research and the application of new technologies.
  • Design, control and programme robotised systems.
  • Manage work teams, facilities and services.

Practical and participative training

This degree offers a very practical, dynamic and participative methodology to ensure you acquire a high level of practical skills, which are key to the professional development of these engineers. You will learn with real case studies and lecturers who are practicing professionals in the industry.

You will have the opportunity to “play around” in the Faculty’s laboratories and learn with the same equipment used in industry, real devices like the 6-axis robot that shows the production line in action.

The presentations, projects, practical exercises, group discussion and debate will allow students to develop the competences needed by university graduates and the knowledge and skills in Industrial Electronics and Automation Engineering.

Generic competences     Specific competences

Your guide through your learning experience

The tutorial plan is intended to help students adapt to the University.

You will have a course tutor each academic year that will give you advice on academic, personal and/or professional matters, and will act as a point of contact with the Dean's office, Secretariat and other teaching staff members. Ultimately, your tutor will be the person you go to directly if you have any problems or concerns.

In addition, there is a University Guidance Service that can help you to make decisions that may affect your academic performance or personal well-being.

 

 

Full list of tutors
 

Admission criteria

Admission criteria

Admission to the degree programme falls within the scope of the Admissions Committee formed by the Dean and the Vice-Deans for academic organisation and student affairs. The admission process is carried out as follows:


1.Candidates must submit the application form and supporting documents required within the deadlines established by the General Secretariat at the University of Deusto.
2.Candidates will be called to sit the admission tests.
3.Once the results from the tests have been obtained, a selection will be made based on the admission requirements.
To make a decision on candidates’ admission, the Admission Committee will take into account the following criteria:
•Full academic transcript (60%).
•Admission test results (40%).
The marks for the courses in the 4th year ESO and 1st year Baccalaureate will be taken into account to calculate the weighted average. Two average marks will be obtained, one for each of the academic years and then overall average mark will be calculated.
If needed, the Admissions Committee may call candidates for a personal interview or require the submission of additional supporting documents.


Further information: ingreso.deusto.es
 

The Bachelor’s degree

Electronics for medicine or the environment

This Bachelor’s degree will show you how amazing it is to apply electronics to other fields such as medicine, transport or the environment. If you are one of those people who like assembling devices, repairing or improving them, then this is your career path.

Towards industry 4.0

This Bachelor’s degree combines a solid background in traditional industrial technologies such as electricity and mechanics with new technologies and process control, which will enable you to work on multidisciplinary projects and join the new industry 4.0.

At the end of your studies, you will be able to:

  • Design products and systems such as electronic, pneumatic, electromechanical devices, electrical machines, etc., both for industrial and home use.
  • Implement, automate and robotise complex manufacturing plants: desalination plants, refineries, sun farms, cogeneration plants, etc.
  • Innovate in processes and services through research and the application of new technologies.
  • Design, control and programme robotised systems.
  • Manage work teams, facilities and services.

Practical and participative training

This degree offers a very practical, dynamic and participative methodology to ensure you acquire a high level of practical skills, which are key to the professional development of these engineers. You will learn with real case studies and lecturers who are practicing professionals in the industry.

You will have the opportunity to “play around” in the Faculty’s laboratories and learn with the same equipment used in industry, real devices like the 6-axis robot that shows the production line in action.

The presentations, projects, practical exercises, group discussion and debate will allow students to develop the competences needed by university graduates and the knowledge and skills in Industrial Electronics and Automation Engineering.

Generic competences     Specific competences

Your guide through your learning experience

The tutorial plan is intended to help students adapt to the University.

You will have a course tutor each academic year that will give you advice on academic, personal and/or professional matters, and will act as a point of contact with the Dean's office, Secretariat and other teaching staff members. Ultimately, your tutor will be the person you go to directly if you have any problems or concerns.

In addition, there is a University Guidance Service that can help you to make decisions that may affect your academic performance or personal well-being.

 

 

Full list of tutors
 

Admission criteria

Admission criteria

Admission to the degree programme falls within the scope of the Admissions Committee formed by the Dean and the Vice-Deans for academic organisation and student affairs. The admission process is carried out as follows:


1.Candidates must submit the application form and supporting documents required within the deadlines established by the General Secretariat at the University of Deusto.
2.Candidates will be called to sit the admission tests.
3.Once the results from the tests have been obtained, a selection will be made based on the admission requirements.
To make a decision on candidates’ admission, the Admission Committee will take into account the following criteria:
•Full academic transcript (60%).
•Admission test results (40%).
The marks for the courses in the 4th year ESO and 1st year Baccalaureate will be taken into account to calculate the weighted average. Two average marks will be obtained, one for each of the academic years and then overall average mark will be calculated.
If needed, the Admissions Committee may call candidates for a personal interview or require the submission of additional supporting documents.


Further information: ingreso.deusto.es