"High employment demand with opportunities in machine tools, industrial manufacturing, motor industry, etc."
If you pay attention to your surroundings, you will have noticed that electricity and electronics are found in all sectors of industry and, in general, in our daily lives.
That is why electronic engineering is essential in companies related to Advanced Manufacturing such as machine tools, aeronautics, microelectronics, robotics and the motor industry. But also in other emerging fields such as medicine and production systems.
You will be able to work as an Electronics Engineer and take up any position, be it technical or managerial, in areas such as R&D&I, project management or in quality, manufacturing, commercial or innovation departments.
Leading engineering projects and managing work teams.
Designing, developing and installing electronic systems in industrial and mobility applications
Managing and innovating in the manufacturing processes.
Analyse and manage control processes with the aim of improving product quality.
Commercialising and expanding projects and services related to electronics.
Developing R&D&I projects and accelerating innovation in companies.
These are some of the sectors in which you will be able to work once you have finished your Degree in Electronics Engineering:
The advent of the electric vehicle and autonomous cars is presenting new challenges to electronics engineers in the sector.
Participating in the electronic development of the robot to fulfil its task as efficiently as possible.
Assisting in the development of the entire electronic and control part of the aircraft. In particular, all the safety and communication equipment.
Assisting in the development and implementation of electronic systems in renewable energy applications.
Contributing your knowledge in the design and implementation of electronic systems for the development of machine tools.
Developing innovative projects in the industrial, health and energy fields.
In companies that carry out the planning, management and implementation of high-level engineering projects involving electronics.