Once you have finished the Degree in Computer Engineering you can study for a master's degree in order to specialise or you can start work.
Why study for a Master's degree?
Studying for a master's degree will help you to work in the area that you like best because you will acquire specialisation and knowledge thus broadening your opportunities in the future. And the fact is that it will take you one step ahead of the rest of the people with the same professional profile as you, leading you to be able to opt for more prestigious jobs with better pay.
UNIVERSITY MASTER'S DEGREES
MASTER'S DEGREE IN BIOMEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES
Biomedicine needs highly qualified staff who can respond and drive advances in the sector. Professionals with a sound engineering base capable of designing, developing, evaluating and maintaining medical devices for diagnosis and treatment, and driving technological advances in the healthcare sector.
UNIVERSITY MASTER'S DEGREE IN DATA ANALYSIS,CYBERSECURITY AND CLOUD COMPUTING
The master's degree offers the possibility of acquiring a professional profile that is current, complete and in demand worldwide, which integrates three technological areas that are at the forefront of knowledge. The final objective is for students to be able to obtain value from data, to work on cybersecurity in its entirety, to develop, deploy and optimise software and infrastructures, and to deploy and manage secure infrastructures
UNIVERSITY MASTER'S DEGREE IN STRATEGIC DESIGN OF PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
It will allow you to work by developing products, machines or any other mechanical device to improve people's lives. You will have exhaustive knowledge of the user experience, being capable of designing, manufacturing and establishing a strategy for launching innovative products.
OWN MASTER'S DEGREE
UNIVERSITY MASTER'S DEGREE IN CYBERSECURITY
This master's degree is aimed at both technology professionals and recent graduates who wish to specialise in the field of information security. The training programme enables participants to act proactively in the face of emerging security problems, proposing different alternative responses and anticipating possible outcomes, allowing them to select the most effective response to the most current security threats.