Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 June 2013 09:18
|A master's program aims the acquisition by students of an advanced, multidisciplinary, oriented academic or professional specialization or to promote the initiation of research projects.
Admission could be asked after having completed graduate studies. There can also access any person who has a university degree, ie, graduate, graduate, engineer, architect and diplomat, engineer and architect.
To obtain an university master's degree is necessary to pass between 60 and 120 credits (depending on the duration of the course). An academic year is 60 ECTS.
There are three types of master's degrees:
|MSc programmes link to departments of the ETSEIB|
|Master's degree in Logistics, Transport and Mobility (*)
||Master's degree in Materials Science and Engineering (*)
||Master's degree in Biomedical Engineering|
|Master's degree in Ocuppational Health and Safety (*)
||European Master in Advanced Materials Science and Engineering - AMASE||Master's degree in Chemical Engineering (*)
|Master's degree in Management Engineering (*)
||Master's degree in Automatic Control and Robotics (*)
||Master's degree in Automotive Engineering (*)
|Master's degree in Nuclear Engineering (*)
|MSc Programmes in Energy (Kic Innoenergy)|
|European Master in Innovation in Nuclear Energy- EMINE
||Erasmus Mundus Master's Programme Environomical Pathways for Sustainable Energy Systems - SELECT
||MSc Renewable Energy - RenE (non official degree)
|Application Academic Year 2013-14
2nd period: from the 1st June to the 30th June 2013 (EU/EEA students). Open application for master indicated by (*), others masters can consult their website.
|Application and Enrollment|
|Academic year 2012-13
Calendars and Timetables of the courses
Academic and administrative calendar
Prices and tuition fees
International insurance for students
|You can check the wide range of Master programs at UPC in the following link: Masters UPC|