Itinerario doble diploma internacional - EIT Manufacturing

Official Degree

Master Degree in Robotics and Control Systems



1.5 years



Bilbao AS Fabrik (Zorrozaurre)

Class size

44 places


Spanish, English



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International Double Diploma Programme - EIT Manufacturing


Mondragon Unibertsitatea offers you the opportunity of enrolling in the EIT Manufacturing Master’s programme through the Robotics and Control System Master (specializing in Autonomous Systems). This alternative is provided by EIT Manufacturing is an Innovation Community belonging to the European Institute of Innovation & Technology - that connects the leading manufacturing actors in Europe. Fuelled by a strong interdisciplinary and trusted community, we will add unique value to European products, processes, services – and inspire the creation of globally competitive and sustainable manufacturing. Mondragon Unibertsitatea and MONDRAGON Corporation are members of this group of world-class stakeholders that includes 74 leading partners from business, education and research.

Within the master´s degree programmes organised jointly with EIT Manufacturing Master School, Mondragon Unibertsitatea imparts the People and Robots for Sustainable Work  programme in partnership with Technische Universität Wien (Austria) and with University of Tartu (Estonia). There are also events organised by the EIT Manufacturing Master School like the Welcoming Ceremony, Summer School and the Graduation Ceremony.

This means that the participants in this program must complete two semesters in Mondragon Unibertsitatea and another two in either of the associated universities.

What does the EIT Manufacturing Master’s offer?

The EIT-M Master’s Programme offers mobility, mentorship, networking, innovation & entrepreneurship, and business modules. EIT-M Master’s graduates will generate start-ups or innovate within manufacturing companies and ecosystem, contributing to European competitiveness, environmental sustainability and to the creation of new quality jobs.

The master´s degree organized by EIT Manufacturing offers five programmes:

  • People and Robots for Sustainable Work (offered at Mondragon Unibertsitatea)
  • Additive Manufacture for Full Flexibility
  • Zero-Defect Manufacture for a Circular Economy
  • Platforms for digitalized value networks
  • Data Science and AI for Competitive Manufacturing

You may find additional information about these programmes at this link.


EIT Manufacturing Master School also offers half and full tuition fee waivers, mobility grants up to 1500€ and scholarships up to 9000€/year for students.


Applications for the 2023/24 academic year finalizes on the 31st of March of 2023. The application must be made on the EIT Manufacturing platform (EIT Manufacturing is responsible for the candidate selection process)



Two Master degrees issued by Mondragon Unibertsitatea Master's Degree in Robotics and Control Systems (specializing in Autonomous Systems) and by the associated university, respectively.

An EIT Label Certificate


Beyond academics, what are the benefits of this program?

  • Excellent training for professional life: having gone through a process of adaptation to a new culture facilitates integration into new jobs.
  • Greater opportunities to join international companies.
  • The opportunity to practice languages: improve your English or learn the local language (German or Estonian).

What are the requirements for the EIT Label Certificate?

  • Follow one of the 4 tracks (with international mobility)
  • Take part in the Innovation & Entrepreneurship courses (in particular the summer school)
  • Successfully complete an internship in industry

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