Industrial Electronics Engineering entry requirments
If you are thinking of pursuing a career in electronics engineering, you should first consider whether you feel these statements apply to you:
ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND SMALL ASSEMBLIES
I love assembling and dismantling household appliances and other electronic devices and learning how they work on the inside.
I've always been a science person, I'm good with numbers.
I think logically and rationally and like to verify theories with data.
I work well in a team and have the ability to organise and lead groups.
I like everything about automation and robotics in the industrial world.
I am interested in the new sustainable transport solutions.
"Can you see yourself? then the degree in Industrial Electronics Engineering is a good decision."
You can enter this degree in two ways
After having completed Baccalaureate or Higher Level Vocational Training.
You have studied Baccalaureate
The appropriate thing would be for you to have studied the Baccalaureate in Technology or Natural Sciences and the Baccalaureate in Science and Technology; and have taken subjects such as Technical Drawing, Physics, Mathematics and Industrial Technologies.
You have completed Higher Level Vocational Training
We recommend that you should have studied similar Higher Level Vocational Training courses such as Industrial Mechatronics, Administration of networked computer systems, Automation and industrial robotics.
- Fundamentals of Digital Electrotechnics
- Electronical Technology
- Power Electronics
- Control Engineering
- Robot Systems
- Advanced Control
- Energy Storage Systems
- Industrial Electronics
In accordance with the linguistic policy of the Higher Polytechnic School responsible for the development of the teaching, that the students are expected to obtain around 60% of the credits in Basque, around 20% in Spanish, and the remaining 20% in English.
Therefore, it is desirable that students have previously acquired the language skills listed below: