The Master in Electrical and Computer Engineering (MEEC) is divided into two areas of specialization: Renewable Energies and Power Systems (ERSP) and Computers and Cyber-Physical Systems (CSC). This Master's degree ensures the acquisition of a specialization of a professional nature, through a high effective laboratory component and the completion of a dissertation/project with companies, thus enhancing the integration of students in the job market. In this way, the Master's degree confers a high degree of versatility in the different areas of specialization and, on the other hand, provides an integrative vision of the problems associated with them, thus guaranteeing an intervention capacity in its different domains.
In case of demonstrable economic need, the student of any training (technological specialization course, degree or master's degree) may request support from the IPS Social Action Services.
Every year, the SAS/IPS award non-refundable scholarships, which aim to help finance the expenses inherent in attending higher education for needy students (tuition, accommodation, food, transport or school supplies).
- Energy processing equipment utilizing static power converters
- Electromechanical drive systems, namely for industrial installations and road and rail electric traction
- Systems based on renewable energies
- Other dedicated systems or equipment
- Coordination, planning, execution and interpretation of results of an Electric Energy audit
- Rationale for a more rational and efficient use of Electric Energy
- Protection, management and operation of electrical networks
- Analysis of the principles associated with voice and data transmission in electric power networks
- Design and development of centralized technical management systems (home automation, services and industry)
- Holders of a bachelor's degree or legal equivalent in areas of science or engineering in general
- Holders of a foreign higher academic degree conferred following a 1st cycle of studies organized in accordance with the principles of the Bologna process by a state adhering to this process
- Holders of a foreign higher academic degree that is recognized as satisfying the objectives of the bachelor's degree
- Holders of a scientific or professional school curriculum, which is recognized as attesting the capacity to carry out this cycle of studies