Official Master's Degree in


This master's degree is offered jointly by the University of Vic (UVic-UCC) (coordinating university), the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) and the Salesian University School of Sarrià (EUSS).

It is an official master's degree regulated by Order CIN/311/2009, on the academic requirements to become an industrial engineer, and provides the skills needed for this profession as well as the knowledge to continue onto a PhD programme and a career in research.

The Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering provides students with a highly coherent academic programme, which includes a focus on science by strengthening aspects in innovation, research and development, and strong professional attributes, given its multidisciplinary profile.

Four specialisation lines are offered:

1) Control Engineering. Advanced Techniques and Applications (lectures held at the UAB School of Engineering)
2) Smart Electrical Networks (lectures held at the EUSS)
3) Bioengineering (lectures held at the UVic-UCC)
4) Smart Industry (lectures held at the UVic-UCC)

Location: UVic-UCC, EUSS (Barcelona) and UAB (Cerdanyola del Vallès)

Course language: Catalan, Spanish and English

Starting date: October 2018

Timetable: Lectures take place from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. The first year all lectures are on-site (at the EUSS) and the second year consists of a combination of on-site and online classes.

Places available: 30

ECTS credits: 120

PhD programmes

The master's degree gives access to both national and international PhD programmes

Price per credit: €108.25

Total price: €13,570.00 (VAT included)

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Career options

The Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering will equip you with the skills need to become a professional industrial engineer.

The multidisciplinary training offered in this master's degree will allow you to come into contact with areas such as mechanical engineering, manufacturing management, electricity, electronics, new materials, energy and the environment, bioengineering, industrial construction, business organisation and management, etc.

Once you have completed the master's degree you will be prepared to continue on to PhD programmes, while bearing in mind that each programme may specify a series of additional requirements or criteria for the admittance of students, such as specific additional training courses.


Faculty: School of Engineering

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