Study programme

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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2024 Study programme

Key

  • C: Compulsory
  • OPT: Optional
  • T: Thesis
  • B: Basque
  • S: Spanish
  • E: English

 

1st Year • 1st Semester

  Subject Type ECTS Languages
PDF Design of Power Electronic Converters C 4,5 S
PDF Analysis of Power Electronic Converters C 4,5 E
PDF Electrical Machines Design C 4,5 E
PDF Modeling and Analysis of Electric Machines C 4,5 S
PDF Drives C 4,5 E
PDF Thermal Analysis C 3,5 S
PDF Internships I OP 4 B,S,E
PDF Internships for DUAL pathway I OP 4 B,S,E
  Total   30  

  

1st Year • 2st Semester

  Subject Type ECTS Languages
PDF Energy Storage C 3,5 S
PDF Railway Electric Traction C 4 S
PDF Electromobility C 4 S
PDF Wind Power Generation C 4 E
PDF Transmission and Distribution of Electricity C 3,5 S
PDF Electric Energy Generation C 3,5 S
PDF Applications of Drives connected to the Electricity Grid C 3,5 S
PDF Internships II OPT 4 B,S,E
PDF Internships for DUAL pathway II OPT 4 B,S,E
  Total   30  

 

Academic Pathway

2nd Year • 1st Semester

  Subject Type ECTS Languages
PDF Work experience I OPT 15 B,S,E
PDF Internships for DUAL pathway III OPT 15 B,S,E
PDF Final Degree Project T 15 B,S,E
  Total No. ECTS   30  

Students will have to take 30 ECTS credits, regardless of the itinerary.

Research Pathway

2nd Year • 1st Semester

  Subject Type ECTS Languages
PDF Quantitative Methods for Research OPT 3 S
PDF Modelling and Simulation OPT 3 S
PDF Methodological Guidelines for the Development of a PHD Thesis OPT 3 S
PDF Production and Writing Scientific Texts OPT 3 S
PDF Project Management Research OPT 3 S
PDF Work experience I OPT 15 B,S,E
  Total No. ECTS   30  

Students will have to take 30 ECTS credits, regardless of the itinerary.

 

Previous Plans

 Organization of the teachings of the 2015 Plan

 Organization of the teachings of the 2010 Plan