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¿Would you like to learn how to improve the organisation of a company? ¿How to manage a production plant? ¿How to improve the quality of products and processes? If so, this multidisciplinary degree combines technical knowledge with management skills to improve the production and logistics of a company, manage a production plant, increase competitiveness and sales, or improve the quality of a product.
People with a need to develop a versatile profile to be able to perform different activities in various areas: quality, purchasing, logistics, production, processes...
In business management education at the University of Deusto.
Internships guaranteed for 100% of the students. Agreements with more than 125 companies in the engineering sector.
93% of students are very or fairly satisfied with their engineering studies and 8 out of 10 students recommend the University of Deusto.
Industrial Organisation Engineering
4 years - 240 ECTS
Spanish - Basque - English
Admission process closed
It will train you to solve business problems from both a technical and management perspective. You will gain a deep understanding of the principles, concepts and techniques that govern industrial systems, and thus improve results in terms of economic, social and environmental sustainability.
Learning by doing. Through internships, projects, real case studies, collaborations with companies and teamwork... In addition, the presence of professionals in the classroom will allow you to address real business cases.
An international profile. You will be able to study at least 40% of your subjects in English. At the end of the course, you will have the opportunity to certify your language skills.
You will be able to take the dual pathway in 3rd and 4th years (60 ECTS), and will acquire knowledge and skills directly in the company while you are pursuing your degree.
You can be part of a process of change, where the digitalisation of processes is opening up new ways of offering new products and services. It is a process where the combination of technical and managerial expertise is key to addressing the challenges from a much broader perspective.
After completing the degree, you can round off your education with the Master’s degree in Industrial Organisation Engineering. With this master's degree you will reach the level of Engineer (MECES level 3), which will give greater potential to your future career.
Increased demand is estimated for automation, robotics and electronics and innovation profiles, as well as those combined with process optimisation and quality(Labour Market Guide, HAYS, 2019)
There is a growing demand for highly skilled engineers for new 21st century developments with high added value. Especially in highly industrialised regions.
1,250,000 tech jobs will be created in Spain by 2022, according to Randstad Research
The Basque Government is committed to the incorporation of intelligence systems in production means and systems. That is why it has developed a specific Basque Industry 4.0 strategy.
Data Analytics, cloud computing, big data, social networks, Internet of Things, cyber-physical systems, mobility... are all trends for tech firms to exploit
I am really enjoying it. At first you have to learn a theoretical basis, but as you go on everything is more practical and that's the fun part
"La clave está en aprovechar la parte práctica de las clases, que te ayudarán después en el mundo laboral"
The university attaches great importance to employability and it offers internships with the option to stay afterwards.
DeustoTech has allowed me to put everything I have learnt into practice. There is nothing like developing a project that will be used by real users
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...
Optimising production processes, improving products, services, processes...
Candidates should have acquired the competences required for Spanish baccalaureate studies, preferably in the technological branch.
An interest in new technologies (robotics, automation, electronics, programming, communications, etc.) and their application in today's world.
A capacity for work, continuously striving to achieve the goals set and the ability to work under pressure at certain 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 an environment of continuous assessment.
A vocation for service to society and a commitment to upholding the basic rights and values of a culture of peace and democracy,
Faith, solidarity, culture and sports activities