Academic Degree
Postgraduate
General Objectives
The PG-EMT Course has the following general objectives:
– Train professionals with theoretical knowledge and practical skills to ensure the performance of tasks related to production automation (instrumentation and manufacturing supervision), in the design of mechatronic equipment, robotics, automatic manufacturing lines, etc., in planning and maintenance, and also in monitoring and controlling the operation of production equipment in more advanced industries.
– Strengthen the ecosystem of UTAD's partner companies, contributing to their better performance, to a more active and dynamic collaboration between UTAD and the industry, and to a more practical training and closer to a real environment for students.
– Ensuring an educational offer adapted to the needs of students and companies with the need to modernize manufacturing units, namely in the areas of Mechatronics, Mechanical, Electronics, Electrotechnics, Civil Engineering, etc., with a view to improving UTAD's adaptability to the market needs, and the consequent increase in the attractiveness of the offer and employability of students.
Schedule
October 10, 2022 to June 16, 2023. Friday, from 14:00 to 20:00 and Saturdays from 08:00 to 13:00
Duration
TOTAL HOURS: 1620. CONTACT HOURS: 480H
ECTS
60
Other Information
Training Office
+351 259 350541 / +351 259 350258 / +351 259 350237
4541
Useful Links
For more information consult the Training Office page:
Mechatronics Engineering
Admission Requirements
Bachelor's degree (preferably engineering graduates).
Recipients
Graduates in the previously defined scientific areas or similar with an interest in acquiring new knowledge in the area of Mechatronics Engineering, more specifically in the areas of design, planning, manufacturing and maintenance, integrating mechanics, electrotechnics and automation technologies, in a perspective of their application in a real context.