Part time Master's Degree in Transportation Engineering in Madrid in Spain

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A master's degree is a postgraduate academic degree. One must already have an undergraduate degree to apply for a master's program. Most master's degree program would require students to complete a master's thesis or research paper.

A Master of Science in Transportation Engineering will grant graduates the knowledge to plan effective transportation systems. It presents interesting challenges, both in advanced and developing countries.

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Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering and Official Master's Degree in Railway Systems (MII-MSF) Double-degree program

Universidad Pontificia Comillas
Campus 2 years September 2017 Spain Madrid

This combined Master's program is composed of the MA in Industrial Engineering and the MA in Railway Systems (MSF). It equips students with general industrial engineering skills while also offering more specialized training to produce postgraduate experts in the innovation and development of railway systems. [+]

Part time Masters in Transportation Engineering in Madrid in Spain. Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering and Official Master's Degree in Railway Systems (MII-MSF) Double-degree program This combined Master's program is composed of the MA in Industrial Engineering and the MA in Railway Systems (MSF). It equips students with general industrial engineering skills while also offering more specialized training to produce postgraduate experts in the innovation and development of railway systems. Multidisciplinary training in industrial engineering, together with specialist knowledge of advanced railway systems, provides students with a high level of technological training so they can pursue a professional career in any of the diverse areas that make up the railway sector. The program is designed so that students can develop the skills and abilities acquired on both degrees in two years. The increased workload, characteristic of a double-degree program, requires students to possess strong organizational, study and work-related skills. Throughout the program, students are constantly guided and supported by their lecturers and tutors. Students who obtain the Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering can register with the ICAI's National Engineers Association and work in the legally regulated profession of Industrial Engineering. Admission Admission requirements: A Bachelor's Degree in Electromechanical Engineering from our Engineering School. A Bachelor's Degree in Engineering for Industrial Technologies from other schools with a strong academic record. Students holding any other undergraduate degree equivalent to the above-mentioned programs can also apply, although they may be required to complete additional, preparatory courses. Admission process and criteria: The student's academic... [-]

Master's Degree in Railway Systems

Universidad Pontificia Comillas
Campus Part time 1 - 2 years September 2017 Spain Madrid

This Master's Degree is the first officially recognized degree in railways in which the main companies in the railway sector work in close collaboration, providing academic staff, practical sessions in real railway facilities and professional internships. These professional internships complete the student's training by offering them the chance to participate in real-life projects in a railway company. [+]

Master's Degree in Railway Systems The Master's Degree in Railway Systems holds the international EUR-ACE accreditation of engineering This Master's Degree has obtained the European accreditation EUR-ACE in engineering (see report). The European Network for Accreditation of Engineering Education (ENAEE) promotes this seal of excellence with the aim of internationally identifying and recognizing the quality of degrees in the area of engineering, after successfully passing a thorough accreditation process. This process was driven by the National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation of Spain (ANECA) and the Spanish Institute of Engineering. This certificate acknowledges the quality of the entire course, which encompasses the Faculty Staff, the facilities used for laboratory practice, professional internships, management and organization, update of content in a professional context, as well as the integration of graduates into the employment sector. Students will benefit from the European and International EUR-ACE seal of excellence, as well as from the opportunity to gain access to better job offers abroad. Introduction There is a current need for advanced specific training in the railway sector. It is a multidisciplinary sector that lacks explicitly tailored official studies. The range of activities are covered by civil, industrial, telecommunications, and information technology engineers, as well as licentiate degree holders in physics, economics, etc. This Official Master's Degree provides students with an insight into each and every one of the main strands of work (or business) of the railway sector, but also integrates studies to train all types of professionals in the sector. It is... [-]