University of Valencia logo Logo School of Engineering Logo del portal

 
  • Degree in Multimedia Engineering

    The degree in Multimedia Engineering provides general technical training in the tools and methods of engineering. At the same time, it applies it to the needs derived from the communicative paradigm generated by information and communication technologies and, in particular, by multimedia systems. This requires a multidisciplinary approach, combining a solid technological base and good narrative and organisational skills, which enable the design and development of multimedia products.

  • Degree in Multimedia Engineering
    Profile

    This degree has a cross-disciplinary training, with technical skills typical of computer engineering and theoretical and practical knowledge of audiovisual communication. This makes it possible to design, develop and direct multimedia projects in fields as diverse as e-learning, computer programming, video games, 3D animation, graphic design, website development, robotics, etc.

  • Degree in Multimedia Engineering
    Useful information
    • This degree has few precedents in other Spanish universities. Its implementation responds to the need for professionals with this profile and their high level of employability.
    • The ETSE degrees have been designed to guarantee mobility and transversality (common credits) between them, and to favour the obtaining of a second degree. The degree in Multimedia Engineering has common credits with:
      • Computer Engineering 102 credits
      • Telematics Engineering 72 credits
      • Telecommunications Electronics Engineering 54 credits
      • Industrial Electronic Engineering 42 credits
      • Chemical Engineering 42 credits
    • Students can choose the optional subjects offered within this plan or those of Computer Engineering, Telematics Engineering and Audiovisual Communication.
    • The subjects are four-monthly and all have 6 credits, with the exception of the external internships and the final degree project, which have 12.
  • Degree in Multimedia Engineering
    Credit: 240
    Courses: 4
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 50
    Language: Spanish, Valencian
    Prize: 19,27 €/Credit
    Cut-off marks
    Over 25 years-
    General8,396
    Over 40 years-
    Univ. graduates-
    Over 45 years-
    Elite sportspeople-
    Func diversity ppl.5
    School of Engineering
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvinguda de la Universitat s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 505Geolocation
  • Degree in Multimedia Engineering
    Weightings
    General modality trunks
    Arts
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Foundations of Art II: -
    Latin: -
    Sciences
    Applied Mathematics to Social Sciences II: -
    Mathematics II: 0'2
    Option trunks
    Arts
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Performing arts: -
    Business Economics: 0'1
    Audiovisual Culture II: -
    Geography: -
    Design: 0'1
    Greek II: -
    Sciences
    Art History: -
    Biology: 0'1
    History of Philosophy: -
    Technical Drawing II: 0'2
     
    Physics: 0'2
     
    Geology: 0'1
     
    Chemistry: 0'1
     
    Foreign languages
    German: -
    English: -
    French: -
    Italian: -
  • Degree in Multimedia Engineering
  • Degree in Telematics Engineering

    The Degree in Telematics Engineering provides general information on the techniques and methods of engineering. At the same time, students acquire solid theoretical and practical knowledge on network design and management (wireless, transport and access) and telecommunication services, as well as those of systems and telematic applications. The importance of these studies in current society is a consequence of the socioeconomic potential of the Internet and new technologies.

  • Degree in Telematics Engineering
    Profile

    The demand for professionals is very high in companies providing telecommunication services (equipment manufacturers, network applications development companies, etc.) and their client companies, as well as in research teams and centres. Likewise, it’s possible to apply the acquired knowledge in a diverse variety of fields such as education, science or technology.

  • Degree in Telematics Engineering
    Useful information
    • This degree enables to work as technical telecommunication engineer.
    • ETSE degrees were designed to assure mobility and mutual transversality (credits in common) and make the obtaining of a second degree easier. The Degree in Telematics Engineering shares its credits with:
      • Electronic Engineering for Telecommunications 120 credits
      • Informatics Engineering 72 credits
      • Multimedia Engineering 72 credits
      • Industrial Electronic Engineering 66 credits
      • Chemical engineering 54 credits
    • Reaching a good English level during the degree’s course is a necessity, as it enables employment in international companies. Although classes are given in Valencian and Spanish, all subjects occasionally rely on support material in English.
    • Subjects are quarterly and they are all worth 6 credits, except for external internships and degree’s final projects, both worth 12 credits.
    • This degree was given the EUR-ACE® International Quality Certification until 2022.
  • Degree in Telematics Engineering
    Credit: 240
    Courses: 4
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 64
    Language: English, Spanish, Valencian
    Prize: 19,27 €/Credit
    Cut-off marks
    Over 25 years-
    General6,667
    Over 40 years-
    Univ. graduates5
    Over 45 years-
    Elite sportspeople-
    Func diversity ppl.-
    School of Engineering
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvinguda de la Universitat s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 505Geolocation
  • Degree in Telematics Engineering
    Weightings
    General modality trunks
    Arts
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Foundations of Art II: -
    Latin: -
    Sciences
    Applied Mathematics to Social Sciences II: -
    Mathematics II: 0,2
    Option trunks
    Arts
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Performing arts: -
    Business Economics: 0,1
    Audiovisual Culture II: -
    Geography: -
    Design: 0,1
    Greek II: -
    Sciences
    Art History: -
    Biology: 0,1
    History of Philosophy: -
    Technical Drawing II: 0,2
     
    Physics: 0,2
     
    Geology: 0,1
     
    Chemistry: 0,1
     
    Foreign languages
    German: -
    English: -
    French: -
    Italian: -
  • Degree in Telematics Engineering

    The informative session on degrees taught at the School of Engineering will be held within the Virtual visit to the UV on:  

     

    • Date: Thursday, March 25th
    • Time: 4:00 p.m.
  • Degree in Computer Engineering

    The Degree in Computer Engineering provides general training in the area of computer science, with a broad and solid base that prepares students to manage and carry out the tasks involved in all phases of the life cycle of systems, applications and products that solve problems in the field of information and communication technologies, applying the methods and techniques of engineering.

  • Degree in Computer Engineering
    Profile

    This degree trains professionals to specify, design, build, implement, verify, evaluate and maintain computer systems in accordance with user needs. In addition, it trains to take on project leadership thanks to specific training in project management and professional skills.

  • Degree in Computer Engineering
    Useful information
    • The economic, social and cultural importance of ICT justifies the high labour demand for this degree and, therefore, the ease of incorporation into the labour market.
    • The ETSE degrees have been designed to guarantee mobility and transversality (common credits) between them, and to make it easier to obtain a second degree. The degree in Computer Engineering has common credits with:
      • IMultimedia Engineering 102 credits
      • Telematics Engineering 72 credits
      • Telecommunications Electronic Engineering 54 credits
      • Industrial Electronic Engineering 42 credits
      • Chemical Engineering 42 credits
    • Students can choose optional subjects from the Computer Engineering syllabus and can also choose those of Multimedia Engineering and Telematics Engineering. This gives them many possibilities to design their training in relation to different academic and professional paths.
    • The subjects are four-monthly and have 6 credits each, with the exception of the external internships and the final degree project, which have 12.
  • Degree in Computer Engineering
    Credit: 240
    Courses: 4
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 50
    Language: English, Spanish, Valencian
    Prize: 19,27 €/Credit
    Cut-off marks
    Over 25 years5
    General9,764
    Over 40 years-
    Univ. graduates6,5
    Over 45 years-
    Elite sportspeople-
    Func diversity ppl.-
    School of Engineering
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvinguda de la Universitat s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 505Geolocation
  • Degree in Computer Engineering
    Weightings
    General modality trunks
    Arts
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Foundations of Art II: -
    Latin: -
    Sciences
    Applied Mathematics to Social Sciences II: -
    Mathematics II: 0,2
    Option trunks
    Arts
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Performing arts: -
    Business Economics: 0,1
    Audiovisual Culture II: -
    Geography: -
    Design: 0,1
    Greek II: -
    Sciences
    Art History: -
    Biology: 0,1
    History of Philosophy: -
    Technical Drawing II: 0,2
     
    Physics: 0,2
     
    Geology: 0,1
     
    Chemistry: 0,1
     
    Foreign languages
    German: -
    English: -
    French: -
    Italian: -
  • Degree in Computer Engineering
  • Degree in Chemical Engineering

    This degree provides general training in the field of industrial engineering, while at the same time allowing students to delve deeper into the specific field of chemical engineering and the chemical process industry. The importance of the chemical industry in the world economy justifies the need for professionals with economic, scientific and technological knowledge, and with the skills to apply them in the development and manufacture of chemical products.

  • Degree in Chemical Engineering
    Profile

    It offers a solid training that enables graduates to work in facilities where chemical products are manufactured in sectors as diverse as the chemical, petrochemical, biotechnological, pharmaceutical, food, environmental and other related sectors. The scope of work includes the conception, design, development, operation, maintenance and management of chemical industry processes. Likewise, the degree prepares professionals capable of integrating into multidisciplinary work teams and carrying out tasks of responsibility and leadership to cover the technical needs of industrial processes.

  • Degree in Chemical Engineering
    Useful information
    • This degree qualifies students to work as industrial engineers.
    • The ETSE degrees have been designed to guarantee mobility and transversality (common credits) between them, and to make it easier to obtain a second degree. The degree in Chemical Engineering has common credits with:
      • Industrial Electronic Engineering 120 credits
      • Telecommunications Electronic Engineering 60 credits
      • Telematics Engineering 54 credits
      • Computer Engineering 42 credits
      • Multimedia Engineering 42 credits
    • Students can choose the 19.5 elective credits from the annual offer of optional subjects of the degree.  
    • The subjects are four-monthly and have 4.5 or 6 credits, with the exception of the external internships and the final degree project, which have 12 credits.
    • The final degree project allows students to apply the competences acquired and increase transversal skills such as interaction with professionals or the drafting of technical documentation.
  • Degree in Chemical Engineering
    Credit: 240
    Courses: 4
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 60
    Language: English, Spanish, Valencian
    Prize: 19,27 €/Credit
    Cut-off marks
    Over 25 years-
    General9,808
    Over 40 years-
    Univ. graduates5
    Over 45 years-
    Elite sportspeople-
    Func diversity ppl.-
    School of Engineering
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvinguda de la Universitat s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 505Geolocation
  • Degree in Chemical Engineering
    Weightings
    General modality trunks
    Arts
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Foundations of Art II: -
    Latin: -
    Sciences
    Applied Mathematics to Social Sciences II: -
    Mathematics II: 0,2
    Option trunks
    Arts
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Performing arts: -
    Business Economics: 0,1
    Audiovisual Culture II: -
    Geography: -
    Design: 0,1
    Greek II: -
    Sciences
    Art History: -
    Biology: 0,1
    History of Philosophy: -
    Technical Drawing II: 0,2
     
    Physics: 0,2
     
    Geology: 0,1
     
    Chemistry: 0,2
     
    Foreign languages
    German: -
    English: -
    French: -
    Italian: -
  • Degree in Chemical Engineering
  • Degree in Industrial Electronic Engineering

    This degree provides general training in the field of industrial engineering, and allow students to deepen into the specific field of industrial electronics. These studies enable students to design electronic systems for the automation and the control of industrial processes, systems for energy conversion and advanced instrumentation, and also to manage projects related to the application and deployment of this technology.

  • Degree in Industrial Electronic Engineering
    Profile

    The Degree offers solid training in industrial electronics, enabling graduates to tackle the design, development, management and direction of industrial projects in both the public and private sectors. It also prepares professionals capable of integrating into multidisciplinary work teams and carrying out tasks of responsibility and leadership to meet the technical needs of industrial processes.

  • Degree in Industrial Electronic Engineering
    Useful information
    • This degree entitles graduates to work as industrial technical engineers.
    • The ETSE degree courses have been designed to guarantee mobility and transversality (common credits) between them, and to make it easier to obtain a second degree.
    • The degree in Industrial Electronic Engineering shares credits with:
      • Chemical Engineering 120 credits
      • Telecommunications Electronic Engineering 84 credits
      • Telematics Engineering 66 credits
      • Computer Engineering 42 credits
      • Multimedia Engineering 42 credits 
    • Students can choose the 18 optional credits from the annual offer of optional subjects specific to the degree.
    • Subjects last four months and count 6 credits, except for the internship and the final project, which count 12 each.
    • The final project allows to apply the competences acquired and increase transversal skills, such as interaction with professionals or the drafting of technical documentation.
  • Degree in Industrial Electronic Engineering
    Credit: 240
    Courses: 4
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 50
    Language: English, Spanish, Valencian
    Prize: 19,27 €/Credit
    Cut-off marks
    Over 25 years-
    General8,778
    Over 40 years-
    Univ. graduates-
    Over 45 years-
    Elite sportspeople-
    Func diversity ppl.-
    School of Engineering
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvinguda de la Universitat s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 505Geolocation
  • Degree in Industrial Electronic Engineering
    Weightings
    General modality trunks
    Arts
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Foundations of Art II: -
    Latin: -
    Sciences
    Applied Mathematics to Social Sciences II: -
    Mathematics II: 0,2
    Option trunks
    Arts
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Performing arts: -
    Business Economics: 0,1
    Audiovisual Culture II: -
    Geography: -
    Design: 0,1
    Greek II: -
    Sciences
    Art History: -
    Biology: 0,1
    History of Philosophy: -
    Technical Drawing II: 0,2
     
    Physics: 0,2
     
    Geology: 0,1
     
    Chemistry: 0,2
     
    Foreign languages
    German: -
    English: -
    French: -
    Italian: -
  • Degree in Industrial Electronic Engineering
  • Degree in Telecommunications Electronic Engineering

    The Degree in Telecommunications Electronic Engineering provides general training in the techniques and methods of engineering. At the same time, students acquire specific knowledge as well as commercial and social skills for their development in the professional world. This degree offers a wide range of learning in the field of science and technology, in particular, applied technology, as well as training in economics and business.

  • Degree in Telecommunications Electronic Engineering
    Profile

    This degree provides the necessary training to conceive, design and produce electronic equipment and systems applied mainly in the field of telecommunications. It also prepares professionals to make decisions related to the implementation and management of telecommunications systems, and offers the necessary skills to work in teams with engineers from other specialisations.

  • Degree in Telecommunications Electronic Engineering
    Useful information
    • The degree qualifies to work as a telecommunications engineer.
    • The ETSE (School of Engineering) degree courses have been designed to guarantee mobility and transversality (common credits) between them, and to make it easier to obtain a second degree. The Degree in Telecommunications Electronic Engineering shares credits with:
      • Telematics Engineering 120 credits
      • Industrial Electronic Engineering 84 credits
      • Chemical Engineering 60 credits
      • Computer Engineering 54 credits
      • Multimedia Engineering 54 credits
    • Students can choose the 18 optional credits from the annual offer of optional subjects specific to the degree course or from the offer of other degrees in the branch of Engineering.
    • All subjects last four months and count 6 credits, except for the Work placements and the Degree final project, both of which count 12 credits.
    • During the degree a good command of English must be acquired by students as to allow them to join international companies. Although teaching languages are Catalan and Spanish, all subjects are taught with support material in English.
  • Degree in Telecommunications Electronic Engineering
    Credit: 240
    Courses: 4
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 64
    Language: English, Spanish, Valencian
    Prize: 19,27 €/Credit
    Cut-off marks
    Over 25 years-
    General7,21
    Over 40 years-
    Univ. graduates5
    Over 45 years-
    Elite sportspeople-
    Func diversity ppl.-
    School of Engineering
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvinguda de la Universitat s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 505Geolocation
  • Degree in Telecommunications Electronic Engineering
    Weightings
    General modality trunks
    Arts
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Foundations of Art II: -
    Latin: -
    Sciences
    Applied Mathematics to Social Sciences II: -
    Mathematics II: 0'2
    Option trunks
    Arts
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Performing arts: -
    Business Economics: 0'1
    Audiovisual Culture II: -
    Geography: -
    Design: 0'1
    Greek II: -
    Sciences
    Art History: -
    Biology: 0'1
    History of Philosophy: -
    Technical Drawing II: 0'2
     
    Physics: 0'2
     
    Geology: 0'1
     
    Chemistry: 0'1
     
    Foreign languages
    German: -
    English: -
    French: -
    Italian: -
  • Degree in Data Science
    imatge de la noticia

    The Degree in Data Science offers a multidisciplinary training in the acquisition, processing, transformation and extraction of knowledge from large volumes of a wide range of data (numbers, images, videos, texts, etc.), as well as the application of this knowledge in areas such as health, social relations, politics, the environment, economy and the company. The Degree provides a solid knowledge base in the field of mathematics, statistics, computer science, artificial intelligence, law, health and business, which allow responding to the growing demand of society to make decisions based on data information.

  • Degree in Data Science
    Profile

    These studies provide multidisciplinary training, enabling students to understand the phenomenon of data from a scientific, technological, social, cultural, health and business perspective. Moreover, it qualifies students for positions of responsibility in organisations and for taking on project leadership thanks to specific training on innovation management and professional skills.

  • Degree in Data Science
    Useful information
    • Although no prior training is required, having studied the degree in Science and Technology is recommendable.
    • Practical lessons in small groups are a key element in the training for this degree.
    • The compulsory external internships are carried out in leading companies of the data field.
    • The final project can be based on external work placements.
    • The offer of optional courses has been designed according to the professional profiles demand and the academic and research experience of the teaching staff.
  • Degree in Data Science
    Credit: 240
    Courses: 4
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 65
    Language: Spanish, Valencian
    Prize: 19,27 €/Credit
    Cut-off marks
    Over 25 years-
    General10,84
    Over 40 years-
    Univ. graduates7,75
    Over 45 years-
    Elite sportspeople-
    Func diversity ppl.-
    School of Engineering
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvinguda de la Universitat s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 505Geolocation
  • Degree in Data Science
    Weightings
    General modality trunks
    Arts
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Foundations of Art II: -
    Latin: -
    Sciences
    Applied Mathematics to Social Sciences II: -
    Mathematics II: 0'2
    Option trunks
    Arts
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    Performing arts: -
    Business Economics: 0'2
    Audiovisual Culture II: -
    Geography: -
    Design: 0'1
    Greek II: -
    Sciences
    Art History: -
    Biology: 0'2
    History of Philosophy: -
    Technical Drawing II: 0'2
     
    Physics: 0'2
     
    Geology: 0'1
     
    Chemistry: 0'2
     
    Foreign languages
    German: -
    English: -
    French: -
    Italian: -
  • Degree in Data Science

    Informative session

    Within the online visits to the University, the information session on the degrees taught at the Escola Tècnica Superior d'Enginyeria will be held:

    Day: Thursday, March 25

    Time: 16:00

     

  • Master's Degree in Environmental Engineering
    imatge de la noticiaThe increasing sensitivity in the face of environmental degradation and the need to mitigate the impacts of pollution on this, the intervention of new professionals in relation to the environmental engineering is needed, in order to achieve a balance between the development of our society, the industrial competitiveness, and the sustainable and respectful perspective with the environment. The need for response to these new challenges has consolidated worldwide the studies in this field, as proposed in this Master’s. In this sense, the study and understanding of the impacts created by the human activities justify its research and professional orientation, since it is only from an advanced knowledge programme that trains specialists from where you can face these matters, either through the development, design and technology transfer or the implementation of other kinds of processes.
  • Master's Degree in Environmental Engineering
    Recommended admission profile

    The Master’s in Environmental Engineering is preferentially addressed to the following degrees: Undergraduates in Rural and Agro-food Engineering; Forest and Environmental Engineering; Civil Engineering; in Public Work Engineering, in Chemical Engineering and in Industrial Engineering.

    Undergraduates in Environmental science ,Chemistry and in Biotechnology. 
    The degree holders who are exposed below will be also among the recommended profiles: Holders of a Licenciatura in Environmental Science and Chemistry, Industrial Technical Engineers; Public Work Engineers; Agricultural Engineers; Forest and Mining Engineers, Chemical Engineers; Civil Engineers; Industrial Engineers; Agronomists; Mountains and Mining Engineers.

  • Master's Degree in Environmental Engineering
    Admission criteria

    Three basic criteria are applied in the evaluation of applicants:
    - Degree from which admission is requested, i.e. affinity of degree with recommended profile. (40-50%)
    - Academic records and average mark (35-40)
    - Curriculum Vitae (10-15%)
     

  • Master's Degree in Environmental Engineering
    Credit: 90
    Courses: 2
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 20
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia and Technical University
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/masteria
    School of Engineering
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvinguda de la Universitat s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 505Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Electronic Engineering
    This programme offers advanced education on Information and Communication Technologies and on electronic engineering technologies connected to the industrial world. Seeking to provide specialised knowledge for the design of integrated circuits, electronic and photonic devices, energy conversion, communication systems and services, etc., the programme’s professional interest lies in its adequacy to the current job market and the need for technology designers, developers and managers of electronic systems. The masters is taught at the School of Engineering (ETSE) of Valencia University, which is located next to the Institutes of the Science Park and the Company Incubator of the Burjasot-Paterna Campus and near Valencia’s Technology Park, these three areas accounting for the greatest demand for highly qualified electronic engineering professionals in the Region of Valencia. In addition to its professional side, the programme has a focus on research, for those students willing to further their education with the Electronic Engineering PhD offered by the University of Valencia.
  • Master's Degree in Electronic Engineering
    Recommended admission profile

    These are the recommended entry profiles Educational profiles (as per the catalogue of official undergraduate studies, RD 1497/1987): technical engineers - Ingenieros Técnicos (industrial, telecommunications), industrial engineers (mechanical and electrical, industrial automation and electronics), physics graduates, computer engineers, telecommunication engineers.
    Graduates in studies under the new decree and with a similar academic profile to that of the aforementioned degrees will also be eligible.
    Whichever the case, the candidate's profile shall include basic knowledge of circuit analysis and linear systems, analogue electronics and digital electronics.

    Regarding the student's personal profile, the programme is addressed to individuals willing to further the knowledge and skills needed to become specialised in the areas described, in both the professional and the researching paths. Therefore, they would be expected to have affinity with electronics as a driver of broad socioeconomic sectors and, especially, as an essential contribution to industrial strategic sectors.
     

  • Master's Degree in Electronic Engineering
    Training complements

    The Academic Commission will inform students on the courses to be completed (either from the new or former degree system) as levelling modules (maximum 30 ECTS). If the student has to complete the levelling credits, they will not be computed as part of the credits necessary for the qualification.

  • Master's Degree in Electronic Engineering
    Admission criteria

    In general terms, the Academic Commission shall observe the following criteria in their appraisal of the applications:
    - University qualifications (the degree’s affinity with the contents of the masters will be considered).
    - Academic records.
    - Curriculum vitae (training courses, research merit, and professional experience related to the masters).
    If the student demand is higher than the university offer, there will be a student selection process. It will be conducted by the Coordinating Academic Committee following the scientific and academic criteria of the weighting grid down below:

    Formation and title requirements for accessing the Master’s Degree (Bachelor’s Degree in Telecommunication Electronic Engineering and Industrial Electronic Engineering obtain the highest scores)

    40 %

    Average mark of the academic record of the student’s degree for accessing.

    20 %

    Submitted CV (including documents that prove the alleged merits). If necessary, a personal interview about the alleged merits will take place and the priority of the Master’s Degree in Electronic Engineering compared to other master’s degrees will be taken into account.

    40 %

  • Master's Degree in Electronic Engineering
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 15
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: Universitat de València
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/moie
    School of Engineering
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvinguda de la Universitat s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 505Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Bioinformatics
    The discipline of bioinformatics emerged as a response to the need of analysing biological data of such volume and complexity that requires the use of computer tools. The application of genomics in different areas of knowledge such as medicine, biology, agri-food, pharmacy, etc. generates the need of training of new experts capable of facing the new challenges that the future of these disciplines create. The reduction of the price for these methodologies is very close to its conclusion not only in research, where they are already put in use, but in the own clinical or professional practise. This means that not only the life sciences researchers are going to need to be trained in bioinformatics, but that the same clinical practise or the companies based on biotechnology or biomedicine will demand in few years a good number of specialists in genomic data analysis. Furthermore, from the computer sciences point of view, a new area is open, in which the development of bioinformatics software will become a crucial aspect. As bioinformatics applications on one hand demand greater efficiency due to the increasing volumes of data, and on another, its use goes beyond the area of research and professionalises when it gets to a clinic or pharmaceutical and biotechnological companies, its development needs to be carried out by professionals. Therefore, it must be people with an appropiate computer training, and not "amateur" programmers, who should be responding to these demands of efficient bioinformatic software and with proper quality standars.
  • Master's Degree in Bioinformatics
    Recommended admission profile

    The recommended applicant profile is a student that holds a degree in Computer Engineering, Medicine, Pharmacy, Biology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences, or in other degrees, engineerings, licenciaturas and master's degrees with related training to the previous degrees.

  • Master's Degree in Bioinformatics
    Training complements

    Will only be accepted those students holding a degree in Computer Engineering, Medicine, Pharmacy, Biology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences, or in other degrees, engineerings, licenciaturas and Master's degrees with related training to the previous degrees.

    The Academic Coordinating Committee of the Master's Degree will establish the training complements that students must take in each case in order to appropiately face the common subjects of the Master's. Said complements can have a maximum workload of 30 ECTS and will be fixed according to the profile and academic record of the candidate.

    The training complements, which make up the Master's are:

    Subject 

    Computers and operative systems 6 ECTS

    Programming 9 ETCS

    Data structures and databases 9 ECTS

    Medicine and clinical experimentation 6 ECTS

    Evolution 6 ECTS

    Biochemistry and molecular biology 9 ECTS

    Genetics 9 ECTS

    To illustrate it, although it will depend on the profile of the candidate, students must take:

    • Students holding a degree in Computer Engineering or similar
    - Medicine and clinical experimentation 
    - Evolution
    - Biochemistry and molecular biology 
    - Genetics
    • Students holding a degree in Medicine or similar
    - Computers and operative systems
    - Data structures and databases
    - Programming
    - Evolution
    • Students holding a degree in Biology, Biotechnology, and biomedical sciences or similar
    - Compyters and operative systems
    - Programming
    - Data structures and databases
    - Medicine and clinical experimentation

  • Master's Degree in Bioinformatics
    Admission criteria

    The selection criteria are as follows:

    • Academic record (40-50%) calculated according to the approved regulation of valoration of academic records of the UV.
    • Appropiate training of the student following the profile recommendations (30-40%).
    • Curriculum Vitae handed out (with documentary evidence of the claimed merits) (10-20%). In case of it being convenient, a personal interview on the claimed merits in the curriculum will be carried out.

  • Master's Degree in Bioinformatics
    Credit: 90
    Courses: 2
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 24
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of Valencia
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/bioinfor
    School of Engineering
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvinguda de la Universitat s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 505Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering
    The interest of the Master’s Degree in Chemical Engineering lies in its academic, scientific and professional interest responding to the current social demand in this field and completes unambiguously the Master’s Degree in Chemical Engineering, allowing students to acquire the competencies that they don’t have acquired in the Undergraduate Degree studies. From the academic point of view the studies on Chemical Engineering are guaranteed by the most prestigious universities of the world, such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), California-Berkeley University, Stratford University, Cambridge University, University of Tokyo, Imperial College of London, Technische Universität München, or ETH of Zurich among other. On the websites of the institutions mentioned, the importance of Chemical Engineering can be appreciated, either at academic and professional level. In order to describe the quality standards and competencies of Chemical Engineering other organisations such as FEANI (Federation Européenne d’Associations Nacionales d’Ingenieurs), EFCE (European Federation of Chemical Engineers), ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology), CESARER (Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education and Research), clearly set out the need of two training levels related to the profession. From a social perspective chemical engineers are highly demanded professionals in all countries with a highly defined curriculum. The Master’ Degree in Chemical Engineering involves in one hand the deepening in the knowledge and competencies acquired in the Undergraduate Degree Studies and in the other hand should lead to a certain level of specialisation, which can have either an academic or professional nature for preparing the doctoral studies. All this confirms the academic, scientific, technical and professional interest of the Master’s Degree. The general goal of the Master’s Degree in Chemical Engineering by the UV is to train and to specialise students for practising the profession of Chemical Engineering in all the competencies that should be acquired. Thus, the Master’ Degree in Chemical Engineering involves in one hand the deepening in the knowledge and competencies acquired in the Undergraduate Degree Studies and in the other hand should lead to a certain level of specialisation which allow the appropriate practice of the profession and provide the scientific/technical preparation needed for the development of the doctoral studies.
  • Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering
    Recommended admission profile

    The recommended applicant’s profile is a graduate in Chemical Engineering who has got the competences described in the third section of the Ministerial Decree that establishes the requirements to verify official university titles linked to the work of industrial technical engineers (Decree CIN/351/2009). He should also have the technical education described in the fifth section of the previously mentioned decree, which refers to the Industrial Chemistry Specific Technology Module. Thus, the graduates will be accepted to the master’s degree without previous educational training if they meet the criteria described in this section. If the applicant was a graduate in any other discipline rather than Chemical Engineering, we will be asked to comply a series of educational requirements to prove that he is competent in the master’s subject. The UV Degree in Chemical Engineering is considered the model degree for accessing the master’s degree.

    Therefore, we do not recommend students who don’t have training in related scientific/technical disciplines to apply for this master’s degree.

    Regarding the language requirements, the applicants are recommended to have a B1 or higher level of English to understand scientific documents. Foreigner students are advised to have a C1 level of Spanish.

    Master’s Degree entry requirements:

    • Those who have previously acquired the competencies gathered in the section 3 of the Ministerial Decree, establishing the requirements for the verification of the official university degrees linked to the practice of the Industrial Technical Engineer profession (Order CIN/351/2009), can access to the Master’s Degree in Chemical Engineering. Their training should be in accordance with the Section 5 of the order mentioned above, which refers to the module of Specific Technology of Industrial Chemistry.
    • Likewise, the access to the Master’s Degree will be allowed if the candidate has the competencies gathered in the modules of common and basic training of the industrial branch of the section 5 of the Ministerial Decree, establishing the requirements for the verification of official university degrees linked to the practice of the Industrial Technical Engineer profession. In this case, the bridging courses necessary for guaranteeing the competencies gathered in the industrial chemistry section of the referred order.
    • Similarly, holders of any other degree, without prejudice to establish the previous courses that are deemed it necessary, can also access to the Master’s Degree.

    Holders of degrees different to the ones mentioned above will be required to take the bridging courses needed for meeting the competencies of the degree in Chemical Engineering. These competencies correspond to the basic competencies described in the RD 1393/2007 and the ones established by the Order CIN/351/2009, published in the BOE of the 20 February 2009, which train students to develop the profession of Industrial Technical Engineer.

  • Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering
    Admission criteria

    If the number of applications is higher than the number of places offered, there will be a selection carried out by Academic Coordinating Committee.

    The admission criteria will be the following: Adaptation of the profile (50-70%), Academic Record (20-40%), Professional Experience (5-10%) and other academic and training merits: other degrees or postgraduate studies, community languages level B-1 or superior, seminars, etc (5-10%).

    Bridging courses

    The Master’s Degree Academic Committee will indicate the subjects (corresponding to the Undergraduate Degree in Chemical Engineering) to be taken by the students, depending on the cv of the candidates, with a maximum number of 30 ECTS.

  • Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering
    Credit: 75
    Courses: 2
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 30
    Language: Spanish and Valencian
    Prize: 20,27 €/Credit
    Universities: Universitat de València
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/miqui
    School of Engineering
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvinguda de la Universitat s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 505Geolocation
  • Master’s Degree in Data Science
    To determine the importance of this master’s degree we have to go to the competences that data scientists have to face; they have to be able of: a) Collecting and restoring information optimally. This information can be of any type (numeric, text, images, videos,...). It also can be affected by the 5 V of the known as Big Data (velocity, variety, volume, value and veracity). b) Visualising this information in order to extract behaviour patterns in the data. c) Stablishing repetitive groupings/patterns and behaviour rules in the data. d) Determining prediction models to stablish future behaviours. All these characteristics define a data scientist, therefore by analysing them we observe that it is needed a multidisciplinary training that comprises different knowledge areas. It has to be noted that these professionals work in all the industry areas, from the pharmaceutical industry until the videogames industry, going through consultancy firms, banks, firms based on Internet, etc. Nowadays there is an important demand of data scientists under the umbrella of what is known as “business intelligence”, “customer experience”, “customer experience”, “business analytics” and “big data”. These four terms comprise a great part of the demand for data analysts oriented to business applications. Given this demand in this master’s degree it is considered towards these topics so that the graduated can have a quick labour incorporation. This orientation will be always carried out from the point of view of an eminently practical and of direct application of the advanced data analysis methods to this kind of problems training.
  • Master’s Degree in Data Science
    Recommended admission profile

    The recommended entry profile to take the University Master’s Degree in Data Science of the Universitat de València is that of graduates with basic skills in mathematics (algebra and calculus) and statistics (probability) both at a theoretical level and at a practical one in the use of computer tools to solve practical cases. The most adequate profiles correspond to the following graduates (at a Degree or Llicenciatura level):
    ·Informatics Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Telecommunications Engineering or Engineering in any of its specialties.
    ·Mathematics, Physics.
    ·Economy, Business Management and Administration.

    Regarding personal aptitudes, we recommend that students applying for this master’s degree have an interest on the treatment of information at different levels: collection and storage, visualization, analysis and development of prediction models to establish future behaviours. The ability to identify prblems on data analysis in real applications (industrial areas, business, management, administration, health, etc.), and in other personal skills such as creativity, an innovative ability and interest for an ongoing learning process which is highly recommended for the training of a data scientist with a professional projection in fields with a high dynamism.

  • Master’s Degree in Data Science
    Training complements

    If in the admission process and in the view of the provided documentation by the applicant, the Academic Committee of the Master’s Degree values that the competences in mathematics and statistics, in programming tools as well as in programming foundations and data bases are not sufficient, then students should take the bridging courses that are described below. Specifically they should take in the first four-month period up to 12 credits of the following subjects of the curriculum belonging to some of the Degrees in Engineering of the Universitat de València, which are close to the academic environment of the Master’s Degree: Degree in Informatics Engineering (GII), Degree in Multimedia Engineering (GIM), Degree in Telematics Engineering (GI), Degree in Chemical Engineering (GIQ), Degree in Electronic Engineering for Telecommunications (GIET) or Degree in Industrial Electronic Engineering (GIEI). The subjects are taken in the first term of the first year and they are 6-ETCS subjects.

    -Mathematics I

    -Informatics

  • Master’s Degree in Data Science
    Admission criteria

    It is required that the students that enter this official degree have taken undergraduate degree or higher studies (graduated, engineer or llicenciatura) preferably in Maths, Physics, Engineering (Informatics, Electronics, Telecommunications and Industrial Engineering), Economy and Business Management and Administration.
    The Academic Committee of the Master’s Degree will value, in accordance with the admission process we will describe next, that students who apply for the admission have acquired enough competence in mathematics and statistics, have used  in some subject of their training programming tools (such as R, C, Matlab, Python or similar) and who know the basics of the foundations of programming and data bases.
    If those knowledges were insufficient, students should take the complementary training established in the 4.6 section of this memory.
    For students of non-Spanish speaking countries, B2 Certification of Spanish language is required.

    The admission applications will be valued by the Committee for Academic Coordination of the Master’s Degree in accordance to the following criteria: suitability to the profile (50%), the academic record (40%), professional experience related to data analysis (years of professional experience, personal interview by the Academic Committee, letters of recommendation of the jobs exercised, etc. (5%) and other academic and training merits such as additional degree or postgraduate degree qualifications related to the field of knowledge of the Master’s Degree, community languages with B1 or higher level, attendance to courses and semiars, etc. (5%).

  • Master’s Degree in Data Science
    Credit: 90
    Courses: 2
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 25
    Language: Spanish and Valencian
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: University of València
    Specific website:
    www.uv.es/mcd
    School of Engineering
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvinguda de la Universitat s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 505Geolocation
  • Master's Degree in Web Technology, Cloud Computing and Mobile Applications
    imatge de la noticiaThe importance of Information and Communications Technology (ICT), and particularly, of Computing, is unquestionable in the current Knowledge and Information Society. The usage of electronic devices connected to the network has been increased during the last decade within the industrial field as well as in the domestic and social sector. For this reason, a large number of sources highlight the current high occupation and expect a greater demand of ICT qualified professionals in the next years, due to the constant technological development within the productive sectors. One of the main reasons of the high occupation of graduates in Computing is the ICT’s wide job spectrum. The areas where this profession can be pursued go from design and applications programming to the administration, management, analysis and development of data base platforms, systems and networks administration, and web and multimedia development. In addition, since this is a constantly evolving field, it is important that workers keep training to specialise in the new technologies that are constantly emerging. An important aspect in this field of knowledge is that technologies have a pretty short life cycle. This is a challenge both for professionals and for teachers because being at the forefront involves a constant updating. The Master's Degree in Web Technology, Cloud Computing and Mobile Applications trains graduates with the necessary competences to develop professional and research activity and use equipment in the area of Information and Communications Technology, emphasizing specially in modelling, design, implantation, evaluation and management of network services, mobile applications and cloud computing through the knowledge in the new tendencies and research lines in this area.
  • Master's Degree in Web Technology, Cloud Computing and Mobile Applications
    Recommended admission profile

    As a guideline, the Master's Degree in Web Technology, Cloud Computing and Mobile Applications is addressed to students who have studied one of the following degrees:

    • Degree in Computer Engineering
    • Degree in Multimedia Engineering
    • A EURO-INF certificate degree
    • Technical Engineering in Computer Systems or Management
    • Degree in Telecommunications Engineering (any branch)

    Application forms will be analysed by the Academic Coordinating Committee (CCA) which will be the body responsible for setting the required training complements in case the contents / programming languages taught in the degree of origin do not allow to approach the Master with guarantee.

  • Master's Degree in Web Technology, Cloud Computing and Mobile Applications
    Training complements

    Complementary training for those students who have deficiencies in relevant aspects for carrying out the Master’s Degree. The Committee for Academic Coordination will be the body responsible of determining which of these complements, as the case may be, must be studied once it has examined the provided documentation at the pre-registration phase.

    Subject: Programming

    Degree: Degree in Telematics Engineering

    Year: 3rd

    Semester: 1

    Credits: 6 ECTS

    Subject: Databases

    Degree: Degree in Telematics Engineering

    Year: 3rd

    Semester: 1

    Credits: 6 ECTS

    The schedules of these subjects are compatible with the simultaneous study of the Master’s Degree

  • Master's Degree in Web Technology, Cloud Computing and Mobile Applications
    Admission criteria

    The pre-registration applications will be assessed by the Academic Coordinating Commission of the Master’s Degree according to the following criteria:

    • the academic record (50%),
    • the suitability of the entering degree (30%),
    • professional experience related to the ambit of the Master’s Degree (10%)
    • other academic and training merits (10%): additional degree or postgraduate studies, B2 or higher level in community languages, etc.

    Those students coming from out of the Ibero-American educational area could be requested to have a B2 Spanish level by the Academic Coordinating Commission of the Master’s Degree.

  • Master's Degree in Web Technology, Cloud Computing and Mobile Applications
    Credit: 60
    Courses: 1
    Classes: face-to-face
    Places: 24
    Language: Spanish
    Prize: 39,27 €/Credit
    Universities: Universitat de València
    Specific website:
    http://www.uv.es/twcam
    School of Engineering
    Burjassot/Paterna CampusAvinguda de la Universitat s/n46100 Burjassot (Valencia)
    +34 963 543 505Geolocation

Events

Find us

Manteniu premuda la tecla Ctrl mentre et desplaces per apropar o allunyar el mapa