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¿Are you a creative person and would like to develop new products, experiences and services to improve the quality of life of our society? ¿Are you interested in a programme that brings together new technologies, communication and the environment to apply them in innovative projects?
If you are interested in combining your creative skills and analytical thinking to work in multidisciplinary teams and transform your ideas into reality, then Industrial Design is the degree for you.
in Biscay, which is not offered in communities such as Álava, Navarra, La Rioja, Cantabria, Asturias, Burgos, León and Palencia.
to design, implement and check that the projects you develop meet the needs of the market.
a corporate work and co-creation environment where you can share experiences with professionals from other countries and disciplines.
to detect new market niches, changes in user behaviour and possible consumer trends in order to develop new conceptual products.
Industrial Design Engineering
4 years - 240 ECTS
Spanish - Basque - English
Admission process closed
If you are interested in thebachelor's and double degrees in Engineering at the University of Deusto, don’t miss the information sessions we will be holding.
You will find all the information you need to help you choose your degree from 20 to 25 November on the Bilbao, Donostia and Vitoria campuses.
Learning by doing. Through internships, projects, case studies, collaborations with companies and teamwork.
Design thinking. It is based on observation, analysis, prototyping, testing and implementation of the idea. Training in partnership with companies.
A digital manufacturing laboratory with 3D printers, laser cutting, scanning... endorsed by MIT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Here you can turn your ideas into reality and test how they work through models and prototypes.
Be able to apply innovation and generate added value in products and services, such as sustainability, ethics in the face of planned obsolescence, to boost local economies and to incorporate Design for all, which takes into account the needs of all users.
Combine two official bachelor's degrees and achieve them in just 5 years.
Did you know that... the industrial fabric with more than 170,000 companies Institutions and administrations involved in the development of design and innovation Key in the RIS3 regional development strategy.
Design products, services and experiences in response to production needs, user demand and current trends
There is a growing demand for highly skilled professionals to meet the new challenges of the 21st century
1,250,000 tech jobs will be created in Spain by 2022, according to Randstad Research
There is a growing need for profiles to fill new jobs in areas such as robotics, internet development, data science and AI
Augmented reality, cloud computing, big data, social networks, Internet of Things, cyber-physical systems, mobility... are all trends for tech firms to exploit
Creativity and imagination are key in this degree. It is well-suited for those people who take a closer look at their surroundings and at how they could improve it.
The degree opens up new career options. We work a lot with companies and develop projects for them, which helps us to see what we can do in the future.
Theoretical knowledge is key, but it is in the laboratories that we discover how to apply theory to practical cases. You have the option to create, design...
The university attaches great importance to employability and it offers internships with the option to stay afterwards.
They tell us about their experience as Industrial Design Engineering students
Do you want to get ahead of the future?
Mechanical Engineering + Industrial Design Engineering
Discover the Deusto Engineering laboratories
Rodrigo Martínez, coordinator of the degree programme, tells you about it
Candidates should have acquired the competences required for Spanish baccalaureate studies.
A vocation for service to society and a commitment to upholding the basic rights and values of a culture of peace and democracy.
A capacity for ongoing work and effort, as well as tolerance to stress at specific times.
An interest in working in laboratories, handling electronic instrumentation and creating new devices.
An adequate level of self-knowledge, maturity and the ability to form interprofessional relationships.
A committed attitude to the teaching-learning process in a continuous assessment environment.
Students entering this programme should have a good level of physics, chemistry, mathematics and English and should also have the following skills:
Faith, solidarity, culture and sports activities