The Master’s in Engineering can be taken both at a degree level as well as expert level, but it is also open to managerial and executive staff of the Automotive Industry who have other degrees.
For those already in the sector, the aim is to supplement and update their knowledge in the key areas of design, manufacturing and management.
For inexperienced graduates, the aim is to provide a broad, skilled training environment where they can be guided by the experience of specialists and develop their analytical and decision-making skills.
In both cases one of the main aims is to provide an introduction to R&D&I tasks in the automotive industry.
Master’s Degree Structure
It is a programme that can be taken intensively or part time, which makes study compatible with work.
The total number of teaching hours is 600.
There are two different designs, which mean the Master’s can be completed in either one or two academic courses.