Graduated in Mechatronics Engineering
Arrasate-Mondragón, Bilbao (As Fabrik. Zorrozaurre)
Basque, Spanish, English
Mechatronics is a branch of engineering that focuses on designing and manufacturing products or inteligent systems that combine mechanical and electrical engineering, making use of different mechanical, electronical or computer scientific tool.
The degree in Mechatronics Engineering at Mondragon Unibertsitatea stands out for its multidisciplinary vision, facilitating a more integrative perspective for the development of industrial products, systems, or processes. It involves the development, assembly, maintenance and optimisation of products, systems, machines, installations, or industrial processes.
A degree in Engineering that brings together, with an integrative vision, different disciplines: mechanics, electronics, and automation
DUAL Degree. It combines learning in the classroom and in the company
You will work to improve industrial processes and systems, using advanced manufacturing technologies
60 ECTS are recognised to students from CFGS. In these cases, the duration of the Degree is 3 years
The Degree in Mechatronics Engineering is one where practicality predominates, and the graduate will be an engineer who “will know how to do it”. The graduate can work at different stages (development, optimisation, assembly, automation, set-up, maintenance, etc.) of the life cycle of products, automated systems, machines, equipment, and industrial processes. They will be able to take job positions with the following roles in the different fields mentioned:
- Industrial Sector: consumer goods industry, machine tools, capital assets and industrial equipment, aeronautics, railways, electronics industry.
- Health sciences: medical industry, pharmaceutical industry.
- Teaching: public and private institutions.
- Equipment manager for assembly, maintenance and set-up of machines and automatic lines.
- Technical Head of assembly, maintenance and set-up of machines and automatic lines.
- Head of mechatronic design/development.