Access and admission

Official Degree

Master Degree in Robotics and Control Systems

Duration

90 ECTS

1.5 years

Campus

Arrasate-Mondragón

Class size

44 places

Languages

Spanish, English

Modality

On-site

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Number of vacancies

The number of vacancies established for this degree is 44.

 

Access

  1. Direct access to this Master's degree will be authorised for graduates of Engineering Degrees that prove to have acquired the following competences:
  • Competence 1: Interpreting and analysing low-complexity electrical circuits for applications in energy transformation, control and conditioning.
  • Competence 2: Designing analogue electrical and electronic circuits for simple applications such as digital components.
  • Competence 3: Interpreting and analysing medium-complexity digital electronic systems for control and conditioning applications.
  • Competence 4: Designing digital electronic circuits for simple applications.
  • Competence 5: Programming medium/high-complexity digital electronic systems for industrial applications.
  • Competence 6: Interpreting and analysing simple mechanical systems.
  • Competence 7: Programming medium/high-complexity PLCs for industrial applications.
Based on the proposed competencies graduates of the following degrees or similar degrees will have direct access:
  • Industrial Electronics Engineering
  • Energy Engineering 
  • Mechatronics Engineering
Graduates of the following degrees or similar degrees will have access with complementary training:
  • Eco-Technology in Industrial Processes Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Degree in Telecommunications Systems Engineering

The accreditation of these competences will be based on the participation in training courses, preferably in subjects related to the Master's degree. Similarly, professional experience will be considered in areas such as management of a company's IT infrastructure, development of Web applications, administration and management of databases, etc.

Based on the above, Table 1 presents the complementary subjects to be taken to access the Master's Degree in Robotics and Control Systems in the case of not being able to obtain accreditation in the competencies with the previous studies.

Competence / Complementary course

ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY

BASIC INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION

MACHINE AND MECHANISM THEORY

MICROPROCESSORS

Competence 1

X

 

 

 

Competence 2

 

 

 

 

Competence 3

 

 

 

X

Competence 4

 

 

 

X

Competence 5

 

 

 

X

Competence 6

 

 

X

 

Competence 7

 

X

 

 

 

  1. Students in possession of a foreign university degree, issued by a higher education institution of the European Higher Education Area, who are trained in the country issuing the certificate to ensure access to Master's degrees, shall have access to the course. In this case, direct access to the Master’s Degree course or access with previous complementary training shall be admitted, depending on the equivalence of the foreign degree in relation to those referred to in the above section.
  2. Graduates may be admitted according to educational systems outside the European Higher Education Area without the need for approval of their degrees, after verification by the University that they have been accredited with a level of training equivalent to the corresponding official Spanish university degrees and that they are trained in the country issuing the certificate for access to graduate education. In this case, direct access to the Master’s Degree course or access with previous complementary training shall be admitted, depending on the equivalence of the foreign degree in relation to those referred to in the above section.

 

Admission

The body responsible for the admission of students is the Academic Committee of the EPS of Mondragon Unibertsitatea. 

Once the access requirements have been met, the admission of students will be based on the following two criteria: 

  1. The academic curriculum of the students (previous accredited training); and 
  2. The student’s academic record.

Students shall be required to have achieved level B2 (of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessment), or an equivalent qualification, for the English language, to be admitted to the Master’s degree course, in order to ensure that students have reached a sufficient level to ensure follow-up and learning, and achievement of expected results. For foreign students of countries with official languages other than Castilian Spanish, level B2, or an equivalent qualification, for the Spanish language.

In the event that the number of vacancies demanded exceeds those offered, the allocation of vacancies will be based on the average mark obtained by the following formula: 

Admission mark (NA): Average mark of the record (90%) + mark of the academic curriculum (10%)