The Higher Polytechnic School of Mondragon Unibertsitatea has decided to go a step further this academic year 2023/2024 in its commitment to training in robotics. If to date it has been teaching its Master’s Degree in Robotics and Control Systems only at its Arrasate faculty, from now on it will also be taught in Bilbao, specifically at the Bilbao AS Fabrik campus.
The main objective of this innovative program is to train young people with a high degree of specialization in automation, control and improvement of industrial processes and autonomous systems, and offers students the flexibility to specialize in two key areas such as autonomous systems or automation. In addition, those who aspire to a career in research will be able to follow a pathway that prepares them to access the PhD program.
In addition, the Master in Robotics and Control Systems of Mondragon Unibertsitatea offers an additional very attractive itinerary such as the International Double Diploma of EIT Manufacturing, an innovation community affiliated to the European Institute of Innovation and Technology. Students who opt for this pathway will have the opportunity to take their second year of the master’s degree at two leading European institutions such as the Technische Universität Wien in Austria or the University of Tartu in Estonia.
MU is one of the partners of Robotekin working in the field of Robotics and Automation together with other entities such as UPV/EHU, Deusto, Egibide, Ikaslan Araba and Instituto Europa.