Access and admission

Official Degree

Master's Degree in Energy and Power Electronics

Duration

120 ECTS

2 years

Campus

Arrasate-Mondragón

Class size

24 places

Languages

Spanish, English

Modality

On-site

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Number o Places

This course has 24 places

 

Entrance Requirements

a) Students who have previously undertaken the following studies and are in possession of any of the following Spanish university degrees may be admitted to this Masters degree without the need for supplementary training:

  • Industrial Technical Engineering, in the specialism of Electricity
  • Industrial Technical Engineering, in the specialism of Industrial Electronics
  • Electronic Engineering
  • Automation and Electronic Engineering
  • Students with degrees and Masters degrees equivalent to the above

b) Students in possession of the following qualifications detailed below may be admitted to this Masters degree, provided that they take - if they have not already done so - the following subjects: 

  • Technical Engineering in Mining
  • Mining Engineering
  • Technical Engineering in Telecommunications
  • Telecommunications Engineering
  • Technical Engineering in Computer Systems
  • Computer Engineering
  • Technical Naval Engineering
  • Naval and Oceanic Engineering
  • Degree in Nautical and Maritime Transport
  • Degree in Physics
  • Industrial Engineering

Students with degrees and Masters degrees equivalent to the above.
c) Students in possession of a higher qualification from abroad, issued by a higher education institution authorised under the European Higher Education Area, which allows access in that country to a Masters degree, will be admitted. In this case, direct admittance to the Masters degree is permitted, with complementary training, according to the comparisons between the foreign qualification and the requirements at paras a) and b) above.

d) Students with degrees from educational institutions outside the European Higher Education Area may be admitted, subject to verification by the university that those degrees show a level of training equivalent to the corresponding Spanish official university degrees and that these would allow admittance to postgraduate studies in the country issuing the degree. In this case, direct admittance to the Masters degree is permitted, with complementary training, according to the comparisons between the foreign qualification and the requirements at paras a) and b) above.

Admission 

The body responsible for the admission of students is the Academic Coordination team. The admission of students will be based on the following two criteria: the student's detailed academic curriculum (including previous credits), normally provided by the university or college, and their own academic record.

This team does not set the criteria or conditions of access or evidence of special access.