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This Master's degree will train you as an automotive engineer who masters both the management and definition of the production environment and the design and manufacture of vehicles and components. In this way, you will acquire solid knowledge in various engineering fields such as:
Based on a simultaneous learning process in the company and university, facing real challenges and projects
At national level, the Basque Country is the leading region in terms of production, accounting for 45% of the total
Spain is the 2nd European vehicle manufacturer and 8th worldwide. The Basque automotive components sector is one of the most competitive and innovative sectors in Spain
4 months of training in relevant companies in the automotive sector
Automotive Design and Manufacturing
1 year - 60 ECTS
Admission process open
Si tienes interés en los posgrados de Ingeniería de la Universidad de Deusto, no te pierdas las sesiones informativas online que hemos organizado.
Desde el 13 al 16 de febrero de 2023 podrás conectarte a las sesiones informativas y obtener toda la información necesaria para ayudarte a desarrollar tu perfil profesional.
The deadline to apply for admission for the academic year 2023-24 will be open from 16 January to 31 May 2023.
Find out about the steps to follow to process your application through the virtual office, the required documentation and the additional access requirements for some studies.
Proof of at least a B2 level in English or the equivalent is required
Candidates are required to receive a favourable assessment (> 50%) from the Admissions Committee.
The maximum score is 100 points and assessment of the merits submitted will be made on the basis of the following weighting:
Students who do not fulfil the entry requirements for the Master's programme specified in section 4.2 will be duly informed of the competences that the Committee considers necessary to qualify. These courses will not be taught on the Master's programme and will not be shown as postgraduate training on the official transcript.
Extensive experience with the Specialist Diploma in Automotive Engineering as a Deusto degree programme, which has been very well received by companies in the sector. This Master's Degree is an enhancement of this programme since it includes dual training as a key and distinctive feature in the teaching of engineering degrees.
Our teaching model is based on two ideas: Learning by doing and project-based learning. Dual training represents a further step in this direction, because you will be trained with the same equipment and software tools that you will use in your professional life, while at the same time you will do it on the companies' own premises.
This Master’s course has been designed to respond to the challenges facing the automotive sector, which can be grouped into three key areas: lightweighting, advanced manufacturing and virtual prototyping.
You will gain in-depth knowledge of the sector's technologies with specialist training in the automotive sector.
You will learn with real challenges from companies and technology centres in the sector
You will spend 4 months in a company or technology centre, where you will be able to specialise in a thematic area of the automotive industry.
You will use state-of-the-art technologies. You will combine your studies at the university and the facilities of leading companies that work to innovate in the automotive sector.
This sector, due to its unique complexity and high competitiveness, together with the high rate of technological change, needs professionals with a multidisciplinary and high-level training. Therefore, they need both technical and project management skills in a highly competitive and globalised market.
The programme is supported by relevant companies in the sector and
research and innovation technology centres.
The University of Deusto has more than 40 years of experience training graduates
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