Master's degree in Industrial Engineering

Admission

Pre-registration and Enrollment

Course 2021-22

Pre-registration must be done online: http://www.udl.cat/ca/estudis/poficials_preinscripcio/

The registration andits modificationcan be done by online system or in person at the secretariat of the Centre requesting an appointment.

Internet access: http://automat.udl.cat

FIRST PERIOD

  • Preregistration: from 1 of March to 9 July
  • Resolution: 22 of July
  • Registration: 27, 28 and 29 of July
  • Changes in registration: 1 8 and 19 of October

SECOND PERIOD (in case there are still vacancies)

  • Preregistration: from 29 of July to 10 of September
  • Resolution: 20 of September
  • Registration: 22, 23 and 24 of September
  • Changes in registration: 1 8 and 19 of October

In case there are still vacancies there may be a special period for registration.

General criteria admission

General criteria for admission to Master's studies in Industrial Engineering

Section 4.2 of the Annex associated with Ministerial Order CIN/311/2009 specifies that any student admitted to the master’s degree must fulfil some of the following conditions:

  1. In order to accede to the master’s degree which qualifies students to practise the profession of industrial engineer, they must previously acquire competences mentioned in section 3 of the Ministerial Order establishing requirements for verification of officially recognized university qualifications entitling students to carry out the profession of technical industrial engineer, in agreement with what has been established in section 5 of aforementioned Ministerial Order. Foreign graduates with a validated1 university degree may also accede to this and other master’s degrees.
  2. Students will have access to the master’s degree if their academic qualification certifies that their course included a basic core module and a common branch module, even if this does not cover a complete block on specific technology, and if 48 credits of those offered in all the blocks of that module of a bachelor’s degree entitle students to work as technical industrial engineers, in accordance with the aforementioned Ministerial order.
  3. Students who have any other bachelor’s degree will also be allowed to accede to this master’s degree but, in this case, complementary academic modules may be established if necessary.

1The validation of the title must be done at the corresponding ministry of the Spanish Gobernment.

Complementary modules

In the case of the future graduates with different bachelor’s degrees derived from Order CIN/351/2009, it will not be necessary to carry out any complementary academic module to undertake this master’s degree. Instead, and in accordance with section 4.2.3 of the Annex associated with Ministerial Order CIN/311/2009, students who have a degree in Technical Industrial Engineering that is not adapted to the EHEA must take complementary academic modules to ensure acquisition of all competences described in section 3 of aforementioned Ministerial Order. The Master’s Degree Committee will follow any existing agreements on this matter established by the Inter-university Council of Catalonia (CIC) or the University Council.

Graduates in Technical Industrial Engineering (regulated by Orden CIN/351/2009) will have to take complementary academic modules depending on their prior learning as can be seen in the Table.

In specific cases, the Master’s Degree Committee will examine every particular case, ensuring accomplishment of all complementary modules needed to allow students to acquire the competences mentioned in section 3 of Ministerial Order CIN/351/2009.

The complementary academic modules described will be extracurricular subjects within the syllabus of the master’s degree. Under no circumstances shall taking them account as part of 120 ECTS associate with the syllabus of the master’s degree.

IMPORTANT: When disparity between the candidate’s prior learning and the level necessary to accede to the master’s degree requires taking a complementary module with more than 60 ECTS, the student will not be admitted to the master course.

Complementos de Formación para el acceso al Máster en Ingeniería Industriales desde las Ingenierías Técnicas Industriales

Ingeniería Técnica de procedencia

Ingeniería Técnica Mecánica

Ingeniería Técnica Eléctrica

Ingeniería Técnica Electrónica

Ingeniería Técnica Química

Ingeniería Técnica Téxtil

Asignaturas a cursar

(30 créditos)

Tecnologías del Medio Ambiente y Sostenibilidad (6 cr)

Química (6 cr)

Química (6 cr)

Teoría de Máquinas (6 cr)

Teoría de Máquinas (6 cr)

Fundamentos de Ingeniería Electrónica (6 cr)

Elasticidad y Resistencia de Materiales I (6 cr)

Materiales para la Fabricación Mecánica (6 cr)

Elasticidad y Resistencia de Materiales I (6 cr)

Elasticidad y Resistencia de Materiales I (6 cr)

Organización de la Producción (6 cr)

Estructuras y Construcciones Industriales (6 cr)

Ingeniería Térmica I (6 cr)

Estructuras y Construcciones Industriales (6 cr)

Estructuras y Construcciones Industriales (6 cr)

Expresión Gráfica II (6 cr)

Mecánica de Fluidos (6 cr)

Mecánica de Fluidos  (6 cr)

Mecánica de Fluidos (6 cr)

Mecánica de Fluidos (6 cr)

Automatización Industrial (6 cr)

Expresión Gràfica II (6 cr)

Expresión Gráfica II  (6 cr)

Expresión Gráfica II (6 cr)

Expresión Gráfica II (6 cr)

EPS-UdL Admission Criteria

The Master’s Degree Committee has established the following criteria for admission and obtaining places:

  1. Holders of an official bachelor's degree that qualifies for regulated professional practice as a technical industrial engineer.
  2. Holders of an official bachelor’s degree ascribed to the branch of engineering and architecture.
  3. Holders of other official bachelor’s degrees with technical and scientific character.

The order of the candidates will be established according to the overall grade average of the student record.