We offer you the possibility of combining studies with part-time work. Besides being an economic support of approximately €650/month, it will be included in your academic record and in the European supplement to the title.
Gorka Plata Redondo
Doctorate of the Research Group in advanced processes for the shaping of materials, in collaboration with Sidenor and CieAutomotive
After completing the End-of-Course Project in Germany with an Erasmus scholarship, I decided to attend the Master’s degree course in Industrial Engineering for two reasons: because it was going to open doors in the professional world and in the work-study programme, and because it provides an economic aid, which would give me the opportunity to get my degree. From then on, and following the guidance of the End-of-Course Project, I completed the End-of-Master’s Project at the Higher Polytechnic School in the research group of Advanced Processes and Material Forming. After this, I was invited to pursue my PhD. Currently, I am taking my PhD on the process of manufacturing semi-solid formed materials with the aid of the companies Sidenor and CIE Automotive.
Aerodynamics Engineer at BMW-Sauber
Engine Performance Engineer, AVL (Germany)
The practical nature of the subjects gives you a very results-oriented approach, through which teamwork is prioritised. This perspective complements a solid theoretical foundation, contributing to a powerful multidisciplinary preparation to face all engineering challenges. I had the possibility of combining studies with work as a scholarship holder at the same university. It is a highly recommended option, as it comprises an initial contact with real problems and situations. This constitutes a very competent preparation for work life.