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University degrees in Engineering and Architecture are among those most in demand in the job market. The degree courses on offer are especially attractive because in addition to the individual qualifications they include a range of specialties that are unique in Spain and entirely innovative and cutting-edge in their powerfully integrating and multidisciplinary features.
These programmes of the Higher Polytechnic School of the Nebrija University will enable you to enjoy your studies and start your career with the backing of exceptional education and training with which you can achieve any success you put your mind to. Engineering and Architecture degrees are among those most highly valued by companies and by society at large.
Jordi Viñolas Director
The Nebrija Automobile Club was founded to bring together a close-knit group of fans of the motoring world in all its aspects, from road safety education to motorsports, encouraging the exchange of ideas and promoting all manner of activities:
The Automobile Club is made up of seven working groups that cover almost every stratum of the automobile world:
The aim of these groups is to promote projects, colloquia and activities on specific topics of the automobile world. Each Club member can belong to more than one working group.
Universidad Antonio de Nebrija and the Spanish Association of Automotive Professionals hosted a conference titled “Automobile design”. This conference is part of the official Master's Degree in Industrial Design taught by the Postgraduate School of Universidad Nebrija.
The first lecture was given by Carlos Mesonero Romanos, a member of the SEAT Design department who spoke on “Design and product development at SEAT”. Next was Christophe Dupont, Renault's Director of Design, who spoke on “Design and Innovation in the Automobile”. The third and last conference paper of the day was given by Francisco Podadera, who discussed “New concepts in automotive design”. The day concluded with a talk and the closing ceremony was presided by the Director of the Higher Polytechnic School of Universidad Antonio de Nebrija.
The Higher Polytechnic School organises an annual conference on “Security Technology”. The conference takes the form of two lectures followed by a debate, which aims to provide an overview of security in relation to cybercrime. The conference is hosted concurrently with the Antonio de Nebrija Security Programming Competition. Students use cryptographic techniques to solve the proposed problem, in order to make them aware of the real-life use of these techniques, some of which form part of subjects taught at this University.
This competition, aimed at students and staff of Spanish universities, was very well attended and has garnered widespread recognition by all Spanish universities.
On several occasions, secondary schools, universities and official organisations have asked Universidad Nebrija for a selection of the photographic collections of this contest to mount exhibitions. During the year 2000 they were exhibited in the Faculty of Sciences of the UAM and in the School of Information Technology of the UPM. In 2002 the National Museum of Science and Technology brought together a selection of the best photographs presented so far to mount an exhibition of mathematical photography. In November 2002 the photographs were exhibited at the Madrid por la Ciencia Fair, where 75,000 visitors were registered. More than 150 people expressed interest in receiving information to participate in the new call for entries.
The competition currently consists of two independent competitions, one for students and university staff and the other for the general public.
Throughout the academic year, Industrial Engineering students make visits to factories, research and design centres, and waste management or energy generation centres.
In recent years, trips have been made to New York, where students visited museums and design centres; to Milan, on the occasion of the furniture fair; to Fiat Turin and Ferrari; and to Barcelona, on the occasion of the Year of Design; the SEAT factory and its technical centre in Martorell, and more.
The Fourth Conference on Digital Design and Animation will be held on 19th April. This year, the focus will be on the relationship between creativity and technology.
The latest trends and techniques in digital design will be presented, with the involvement of professionals from the worlds of digital film, video games, advertising, web design, etc.
During the academic year, Information Technology Engineering students will visit fairs such as SIMO, JavaExpo or ExpoQA, and research and technology centres such as the European Space Agency.
With the aim of bringing students closer to the latest technologies in the world of information technology, several seminars and conferences are held during the course: wireless, freeware, search engines, MatLab, etc.
DOBLES TITULACIONES OFICIALES OFICIAL DUAL BACHELOR DEGREES
** Compulsory Diploma
The academic staff of the Higher Polytechnic School is composed of both full-time and part-time faculty members.
Most full-time faculty are holders of doctorates and accredited by ANECA/ACAP, with a keen dedication to teaching and research. Our staff specialise in areas relating to the qualifications offered at the Higher Polytechnic School, such as Mechanics, Automobiles, Materials, Electronics, Mathematics, etc.
Part-time academics have a more career-focused profile and bring their experience at companies in the areas related to qualifications. Some of the staff specialise in communication and management skills, and teach professional skills seminars and topics.
The School devotes part of its effort to research tasks, as a fundamental complement to teaching. These tasks are structured around the existing Research Groups, which are part of the official register of the University, and which materialize in research projects with companies and public institutions of the sector.Consult here the lines of activity and research groups
The School’s professors usually publish publications related to their research as an essential part of their activity at the University.Consult here the most recent publications