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The Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering + MBA in Technology Management trains new industry leaders in the 21st century. It is a pioneer program in our country that integrates engineering, technology and business, with practical training from the very first day. The Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering qualifies the student for the profession of Industrial Engineer in accordance with current legislation, and expands that training with the MBA, combining engineering and business in a multidisciplinary curriculum that qualifies one to lead any industrial project in an international environment.
The career path of Nebrija University's Higher Polytechnic School guarantees a first-level teaching staff, renovated facilities in the center of Madrid and the security of developing the skills and abilities of two degrees in two years. This ambitious program offers the possibility of an international stay in California to study the Berkeley University Certificate, with subjects in digital competences, in addition to having the support of companies or institutions such as Telefónica, Acciona, BOSCH, Iberdrola and Santander.
Nebrija University and Yamaha MS Racing have signed a collaboration agreement whereby the University becomes one of the team's sponsors during the next season of the World Superbike Championship - WorldSBK, in which students from the Higher Polytechnic School will be able to carry out their professional internships.
The student must take 162 credits
Antonio Calvo Roy, director of information relations, Roberto Álvarez Fernández, coordinator of the Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering at Nebrija University, and Fernando Tomé Bermejo, dean of the School of Social Sciences, discuss the evolution of the electric car.