Official Degree

Graduated in Mechatronics Engineering


240 ECTS

4 years


Arrasate-Mondragón, Bilbao (As Fabrik. Zorrozaurre)

Class size

80 places


Basque, Spanish, English



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The Degree in Mechatronics Engineering is offered at the Faculty of Engineering of Mondragon Unibertsitatea in the campus located in Mondragon. The Mondragon Campus is located in the Central Region of the Basque Country, 40 km from Vitoria-Gasteiz and 70 km from Donostia-San Sebastián and Bilbao.

The campus has state-of-the-art facilities with high-level scientific and technological equipment and study spaces according to the educational model. In addition to classrooms for master degree classes and specialised laboratories, students have suitable rooms for teamwork, meetings and project development.


The students of the Degree in Mechatronics Engineering have the following practices in the Educational Centre:



Machining Workshop

  • Equipment: numerical control lathes, machining centres, universal milling machines, radial drill, parallel lathes, column drills, planer grinding machine, tangential grinding machine, CNC grinding machine.


General Mechanical Workshop

  • Equipment: horizontal lathes, universal milling machines, column drills, band saws, planer grinding machines.


Metal Forming Workshop

  • Equipment: wire and penetration EDM machines, hydraulic presses, mechanical presses, shears, bending machines.


Casting Workshop

  • Equipment: aluminium and magnesium induction melting furnace, vacuum levitation induction melting furnace for titanium, tilting melting furnace, heating furnace for heating, resistance heating furnace, aluminium injector.


CNC Laboratory

  • Equipment: didactic CNC machining centres, didactic CNC lathes, CNC desktop stands.


They are used for rotating practices or six-month projects.


Materials Laboratory

Composite Materials Laboratory

  • Equipment: plastic injection machine, thermoforming machine, processing of composite parts by hand contact and vacuum bag, RTM press, curing ovens.


Thermal Treatment Laboratory

  • Equipment: muffle furnaces and ovens.


Static Mechanical Testing Laboratory

  • Equipment: Rockwell hardness testers, Brinell hardness tester, Vickers hardness tester, Vickers/Knoop micro hardness tester, universal testing machines (traction, compression, bending).


 Dynamic Mechanical Testing Laboratory

  • Equipment: Charpy testing machine, tribometer.


They are used for rotating practices.


Assembly and Manteinance Laboratories

Welding Workshop

  • Equipment: electrical welding equipment, MIG-MAG semiautomatic welding equipment, TIG welding equipment.


Metrology Laboratory

  • Equipment: three-dimensional coordinate measuring machine, analogue and digital measuring instruments, roughness meter, patterns, profile projector.


Assembly Workshop

  • Equipment: mechanical and hydraulic assembly presses, hydraulic mock-up, pneumatic mock-up, specific tools for assembly/disassembly of mechanical components, hand tools, work tables with table screws.


They are used for rotating and/or six-month projects.


Applied Mechanics Laboratory

  • Equipment: practical models (bending, buckling, vibration, friction, structures), equipment for experimental stress measurements (extensometry and photoelasticity), machine testing equipment (electrodynamic drivers, impact hammers, accelerometers, spectrum analysers, etc.)

They are used for rotating practices.


General Electronics and Electrical Automatisms Laboratory

  • Equipment: panels for assembly of electrical automatisms wiring of industrial electrical apparatus, panels for measurement and analysis of electrical variables equipped with polymers, oscilloscopes, etc. Workstations for analysis of industrial regulation (PID)

They are used for rotating practices or six-month projects.


Electrical drives Laboratory

  • Equipment: panels for assembly of wired automatisms with electric drives, direct and alternating current panels for machine analysis, speed regulation models for electrical drives.

They are used for rotating practices.


Fluids Laboratory

  • Equipment: equipment for measurement of primary and secondary load losses, forces on submerged surfaces, measurement of thermophysical properties and transport of fluids, pressure measurement. Equipment for study of the Venturi, Bernoulli and cavitation effects. Numerical simulation positions for work with the commercial software FLUENT.

They are used for rotating practices.


Programable Automatics, Sensore and Robotisc Laboratories

  • Equipment: stations with PLCs and PCs for PLC programming of mock-ups that simulate industrial processes (mock-up of a hydraulic press, mock-up of an identification station for different types of parts, machining mock-up, screw-down mock-up, drilling mock-up, piece handling and identification mock-up, sensory mock-up, etc).  Workstations to work on aspects related to Motion Control and machine safety. ABB and KUKA robots and PCs with robot programming environments.

They are used for rotating practices.


Pneumatics Laboratory

  • Equipment: panels equipped with pneumatic, electric and proportional valves.

They are used for rotating practices.


Hydraulics Laboratory

  • Equipment: panels equipped with varied materials for conventional and proportional hydraulics, as well as electrical components.

They are used for rotating practices.


Library and Access to documentary Resources

The Library is a resource centre for learning and Research covering an area of 1650 m², equipped with a wireless network and featuring the following equipment: 294 workstations, 8 work rooms, and 1 computer room.

It offers users 62 PCs/terminals to give access, according to the profile established for each user, to all the computer applications necessary for the development of their training. It also has printers, CD players, DVD players, scanners, etc.

The usual opening hours are from 7:45 pm to 0:00 midnight, except in the periods of exams, when it stays open until 2:00 am, adapting its schedule to the needs of the students.

In order to fulfil the tasks assigned to it, the library offers, among other things, the following information resources:

  • Access to the joint catalogue of MU libraries and links from them to other catalogues.
  • Access to the most relevant information in the engineering world through the Engineering Village portal, with access to Compendex and Inspect, ISI Web of Knowledge portal, CSIC databases, etc.
  • Access to electronic journals.
  • Access to the electronic summary alert service, as well as electronic alert services of other Universities with which it collaborates (Dialnet) and major electronic summary sources (Ingenta, etc.)
  • Access to Refwoks (application for management of bibliographic references).

Among the services provided, the following stand out:

  • Specialised bibliographic information.
  • Interlibrary loans.
  • Communications card loan for access to wireless networks, laptops, camcorders, and equipment for images display, processing and editing.
  • Training courses for students, professors and researchers to use the library and the information resources offered.


This section includes several common spaces that, without being directly linked to the academic training of the students or to any specific teaching, contribute to their integration at the university campus and their personal development, such as:

  • Colegio Mayor Pedro Viteri y Arana, with capacity for 280 students. It offers students accommodation and additional training
  • Common rooms, cafeteria and dining room for all staff (students and PDI or PAS members who require these services).
  • Sport facilities integrated at the university campus.