INFORMATION ABOUT STUDIES
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From its establishment in 1963, the Higher Technical School of Engineering (ETSI) has matured and the number of graduates rises to over 8000. At the moment, the 480 Professors of the ETSI teach both official and non-official studies. Among the official studies, the School offers 8 undergraduate degrees, 7 engineering degrees (currently being phased out), 5 master's degrees with professional level (from school year 2014/15) as well as 7 different master's degrees and 7 doctoral programmes. Among the non-official studies, the School offers one master's degree and 3 specialization courses.
Undergraduate and master's degrees
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER: UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE IN INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING + MASTER'S DEGREE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING industrial
The Industrial Engineering graduate is trained to design, carry out and manage all kinds of industrial facilities and production plants. These studies are professionally recognised due to the extensive knowledge in a wide variety of industrial disciplines they provide and their great adaptability and versatility. The new Undergraduate degree in Industrial Technology Engineering gives direct access to the forthcoming Master's degree in Industrial Engineering. Both studies combined will replace the Industrial Engineering qualification (previous to Bologna Plan).
To study this degree, there is a single access way and 11 specializations: Industrial Machinery Mechanics, Industrial Construction Mechanics, Electrical, Chemical, Electronics, Automatic, Energetics, Materials, Organisation, Production and Environment.

TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEER: UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY + MASTER'S DEGREE IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING. teleco
The Telecommunications Engineering Technology graduate is trained to design, plan and manage both private and public communication networks (Internet, Phone, Local Area Network,...) as well as their terminal equipment, electronic devices and transmission and radio communications systems.
To study this degree, there is a single access way with 4 itineraries or specific technologies: Telematics, Telecommunications Systems, Sound and Image and Electronic Systems. This undergraduate degree enables the regulated practice as a Telecommunications Engineer in its corresponding area and gives direct access to the forthcoming Master's degree of Telecommunications Engineering. Both studies combined will replace the Telecommunications Engineering qualification (previous to Bologna Plan).

CHEMICAL ENGINEER: UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING + MASTER'S DEGREE IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING quimica
The Chemical Engineering graduate is trained to conceive, design and develop processes for producing, transforming and transporting materials.
To study this degree, there is a single access way and 3 specialities: Environmental Engineering, Industrial Technology and Chemical Processes. This undergraduate degree enables the regulated practise as an Industrial Engineer specialised in Chemicals and gives direct access to the forthcoming Master's degree of Chemical Engineering. Both studies combined will replace the Chemical Engineering qualification (previous to Bologna Plan).

AERONAUTICAL ENGINEER: UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE INAEROSPACE ENGINEERING + MASTER'S DEGREE IN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING Autor de la foto: César Astudillo, 2004
The Aerospace Engineering graduate is trained to design, develop and manage different aerospace vehicles, propulsion systems, aerospace materials, airport facilities, air navigation facilities and every space, traffic or air transport management system.
To study this degree, there is a single access way and 3 itineraries or specific technologies: Airports and Air Transport, Aerospace Vehicles and Air Navigation. This undergraduate degree enables the regulated practise as an Aeronautical Engineer in its corresponding area and gives direct access to the forthcoming Master's degree in Aeronautical Engineering. Both studies combined will replace the Aeronautical Engineering qualification (previous to Bologna Plan).

CIVIL ENGINEER: UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING + MASTER'S DEGREE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING civil
Civil Engineering is the field that applies scientific knowledge to the design, construction and use of public works such as bridges, dams, marine works, building works, roads, railways, ports,...
To study this degree, there is a single access way and 3 itineraries or specific technologies: Civil Constructions, Hydrology and Transports and Urban Services. This undergraduate degree enables the regulated practise as a Civil Engineer in its corresponding area and gives direct access to the forthcoming Master's degree in Civil Engineering. Both studies combined will replace the Civil Engineering qualification (previous to Bologna Plan).
Other undergraduate degrees
UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE IN ELECTRONICS, ROBOTICS AND MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING elctronica
This undergraduate degree focuses on the scientific and technical training of graduates in order to satisfy the needs of the industry and public administration in fields related to Electronics, Robotics and Mechatronics. These disciplines, together with the closely related Telecommunications and Information Technologies, have a leading role in the technical revolution our society undergoes over the last decades. This revolution has had a great impact on the industrial and manufacturing sector and has also changed our perspective on daily aspects such as the electrical appliances, the cars, the planes and even the children's toys.

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE IN ENERGY ENGINEERING
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This undergraduate degree focuses on the training of competent graduates in order to satisfy the needs of the energy industry and all those sectors that use energy: industrial sector, transports, agri-food, construction and services. This undergraduate degree specifically focuses on the training in professional practises related to:
  • Energy resources.
  • Energy generation technology.
  • Renewable energy use.
  • Energy storage, transport and distribution.
  • Energy transformation and use.
  • Energy saving and efficiency.
  • Energy management.
  • Energy markets and supply and demand management.
  • Environmental, economic, legal and security aspects.

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE IN INDUSTRIAL ORGANISATION ENGINEERING organizacion This undergraduate degree focuses on the training of graduates to manage industrial and service companies as well as public and private institutions. The skills of these graduates are suitable for projects and operations where the technological and organisation aspects may be effectively and efficiently linked and for activities that may involve technology management or technological innovation.
After two years of sound and extensive studies on basic aspects of industrial organisation and technology, the student can choose one of the following subjects:
  • Business management.
  • Logistics and distribution.
  • Production systems.