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Graduate School of Engineering and Basic Sciences

  • Masters
  • Graduate School of Engineering and Basic Sciences
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"The progress constists of change" (Miguel de Unamuno, 1864-1936)

Due to the importance and speed with which technology promotes changes in our society, higher education has become essential to understand and contribute to the development of our society.

The Graduate School of Engineering and Basic Sciences, under the direction of Professor Guillermo Carpintero del Barrio, is a pioneering school in the Spanish university, which coordinates the master programs of the Carlos III University of Madrid, ensuring high quality higher education and promoting cooperation between the University and businesses, as well as with other universities (national and international) and research centers of international prestige. Our effort is aimed at getting you to be your superior version.

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* Accredited with the International Seal of Quality

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS WITH NON-EU UNIVERSITY DEGREES

Please note that the Master in Aeronautical Engineering, Master in Telecommunications Engineering and Industrial Engineering are regulated by a special legislation that requires those applicants with international degrees to have their degrees previously accredited and recognized by our Ministry of Education of Spain.

For more information, you should check the Ministry’s website (only in Spanish): Homologación Educación Superior. It is important to know that this process may take around 9 to 12 months, approximately.

For this reason, unless your previous studies have been previously accredited and recognized by our Ministry of Education, we strongly advise you not to apply for any of these three Master’s programs.

You might want to consider applying to any other Master’s program included in Graduate School of Engineering and Basic Sciences.