Mobility and internationalization

Official Degree

Master Degree in Data Analysis, Cybersecurity and Cloud Computing

Duration

90 ECTS

1.5 years

Campus

Arrasate-Mondragón

Class size

30 places

Languages

Spanish, English

Modality

On-site

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Mobility Data

Below is the mobility data of the Master’s Degree in Strategic Design of Products and Services in the detailed years:

Year Degree Studies abroad SICUE Project abroad FULL MOBILITY
2014-2015 Master's Degree in Strategic Design of Products and Services 10,72 % 0% 3,57 % 14,29 %

These percentages correspond to the mobility carried out by all students of the Dgree in the reference year.

 

These are the mobility data of all Master’s Degrees in the detailed years:

Year Qualification Studies abroad SICUE Project abroad TOTAL MOBILITY
2014-2015 Master's Degree 14,14 % 4,04% 9,09 % 27,27%

These percentages correspond to the mobility carried out by all students of the Dgree in the reference year.

INTERNATIONAL ITINERARY – ERASMUS + STUDY

The Master’s Degree in Strategic Design offers an International Itinerary during the second year. The goal is to promote the bilateral mobility of students, signing agreements between universities, for the development of their studies abroad.

In the mobility stays, held during the first semester of the second year, our students have the opportunity to study at prestigious foreign universities. Students who opt for the International Itinerary may specialise for 5 months in one of these branches of design:

  • Design and Technology Futures - Tallin University of Technology of Estonian Academy of Arts (Estonia)
  • Service System Design - Aalborg University (Denmark)
  • Virtual Ergonomies and Design - University of Skövde (Sweden)
  • Product Design and Services - University of Minho (Portugal)
  • Master in design for Smart Cities - Strate, School Design France (France)

Students will be recognised for the credits agreed in the Learning Agreement.

Students who opt for the Erasmus + Study International Itinerary will not obtain the Dual Itinerary certificate.

In Europe, the stays will be made through the Erasmus + studies programme, and outside Europe, through Bilateral Agreements. Through the Erasmus + Programme, students will receive the European Scholarship (OAPEE) or a scholarship from the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture, and Sport. In addition, students may also apply for a Basque Government scholarship.

Through the Bilateral Agreements, students will have the option to apply for the Basque Government scholarship.

International Itinerary – Erasmus + Internships

Through this programme, our students can carry out their projects in foreign universities, companies or research centres, in a full-year project (60 ECTS).

Students who opt for the Erasmus International Itinerary + Internship will receive the Dual Itinerary certificate.

The projects in European universities will be covered by the Erasmus + Study programme, while projects carried out in European companies or research centres will be covered by the Erasmus + Practices programme. Outside of Europe, projects will be carried out in universities through Bilateral Agreements and in companies through the University-Business Agreement.

With the Erasmus Study and Internship programme, students, apart from receiving the Erasmus grant and the supplement granted by the Ministry of Education, may also receive mobility grants offered by the Basque Government.

Students who opt for the International Study Itinerary abroad will not obtain the Dual Itinerary certificate.

Scholarships and Grants

Through the Erasmus + programme, students have the option of receiving the European Scholarship (OAPEE) a scholarship from the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture, and Sport. In addition, they may also request the international mobility programme of the Basque Government.

Outside of Europe, students will have an opinion to apply for the scholarship of the international mobility programme of the Basque Government.

 

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