Master in Automotive Engineering

Open Applications 2019/2020

Goals

To confer a professional specialization with great emphasis on Automotive Engineering and related technologies, allowing a series of studies to the holders of a degree in Automotive Engineering, and related courses, including the possibility of expertise to professionals in the labour market.
The Masters degree in Automotive Engineering is directed to the needs of companies in the automotive sector and the reality of the vehicle as a product. The course enables graduates to consolidate technical and scientific knowledge, in order still in line with latest vehicle technology trends and related equipment. Technological knowledge is complemented with management, marketing and law subjects, aimed at businesses in the automotive sector.
The course will be developed combining theory and practical activities (lecturing classes, practical sessions in the laboratory, resolution of exercises and autonomous study) complemented with seminars/workshops and guided visits.

Curricular plan

CodeCurricular Unit Period ECTS Workload
2011101Engine Design and Performance1st Semester51st Year
2011102Instrumentation and Signal Processing1st Semester51st Year
2011103Vibration, Noise and Comfort1st Semester51st Year
2011104Computer-Assisted Engineering in Automotive Design1st Semester51st Year
2011105Automotive Organization and Management1st Semester51st Year
2011106Human Factor in Business1st Semester51st Year
2011107Impact, Deformation and Safety in Vehicles2nd Semester51st Year
2011108Energy and Recycling in Transports2nd Semester51st Year
2011109Automotive Communication Systems2nd Semester51st Year
2011110Advanced Technologies in Automotive Production2nd Semester51st Year
2011111Legislation and Conflict2nd Semester51st Year
2011112Marketing Applied to Automotive Industry2nd Semester51st Year
CodeCurricular Unit Period ECTS Workload
ElectiveAnnual602nd Year

Conditions of admission

May apply for access to the course of study leading to a master degree:

  1. Holders of an undergraduate degree or a legal equivalent in Automotive Engineering, or related fields;
  2. Holders of a foreign higher education diploma, granted after a first cycle of studies, under the principles of the Bologna Process, by a State, which has subscribed this Process, in Automotive Engineering, or related fields;
  3. Holders of a foreign higher education diploma that is recognized as meeting the objectives of an undergraduate degree by the Technical and Scientific Council of the School of Technology and Management, in Automotive Engineering, or related fields;
  4. Holders of an academic, scientific or professional curriculum that is recognized as certifying the skills to attend this cycle of studies by the Technical and Scientific Council of the School of Technology and Management.

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