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Master in Informatics Engineering

Graduate School of Engineering and Basic Sciences

Escuela de Ingeniería y Ciencias Básicas
Direction
Prof. Araceli Sanchis de Miguel
Language
Spanish
Attendance
On-campus
Credits
90
Campus
Leganés
Applications

Open

Departments
Computer Science and Engineering Department

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    LAST PLACES COURSE 2017/18


    The Master in Informatics Engineering (Computer Engineering) prepares students to practice as a Computer Engineer and is fully adapted to the recommendations for recognition of official qualifications in the Informatics Engineering Profession, General Secretariat of Universities (BOE 4 August 2009).

    The Master is appropriate for Informatics Engineering graduates or degrees with other denominations, linked to the exercise of the profession of Informatics Engineer, and whose competences are in accordance with what is established in section 5 of Annex II of the BOE N.187, (August 4, 2009).

    For this, the Master in Informatics Engineering combines advanced training in aspects of Direction and Management of IT projects with other aspects of Information Technology. This training program aims to fulfil its objective by training professionals who are competent to practice as computer engineers.

    The Master is made up of 90 ECTS credits. A group taught in Spanish is offered, divided into three semesters and organized into the following modules: Direction and Management, Information TechnologyMaster's Thesis.

    Informatica: estudiante con ordenador portátil programando

    reasons to study master in Informatics Engineering

     

     

    │MASTER IN NUMBERS

    • 40 students per class
    • 80% of the teachers are PhD
    • 1st Master's Degree in Engineering according to the Ranking of El Mundo - course 2016/17
  • PROGRAM

    The Master's Degree is made up of 90 ECTS credits, a group taught in Spanish will be offered.

    The group to be taught in Spanish will be in the afternoon/evening timetable slot (with an estimated 4:00 p.m. start from Monday to Friday).

    C) Compulsory: 78 ECTS
    Master's Thesis: 12 ECTS

  • FACULTY

    Department of Computer Science and Engineering

    • Jose Luis Martínez Fernández Lecturer. Dr. Informática
    • Lourdes Moreno López.  Visiting Professor. Dra. Informática
    • Agapito Ledezma Espino. Associate Professor. Informática
    • Jose Antonio Iglesias. Visiting Professor. Dr. Informática
    • Arturo Ribagorda Garnacho. Professor. Informática
    • Miguel Ángel Ramos. Lecturer. Informática.
    • Jesús Carretero Pérez. Professor. Informática
    • Susana Fernández Arregui. Associate Professor. Informática
    • Raquel Fuentetaja Pizán. Visiting Professor. Dra. Informática
    • Tomás de la Rosa Iturbe. Visiting Professor. Dr. Informática
    • Miguel Ángel Sánchez-Puebla. Lecturer. Informática
    • Telmo Zarraonaindía Ayo. Visiting Professor. Dr. Informática
    • Ángel García Crespo. Associate Professor. Informática
    • Anabel Fraga Vazquez. Visiting Professor. Dra. Informática
    • Ricardo Aler. Associate Professor. Informática
    • Elisa Martín Ortega. Lecturer. Informática
    • Javier García Blas. Visiting Professor. Dr. Informática
    • Román López-Cortijo. Lecturer. Informática

     

    Departament of Telematic Engineering

    • Carlos García Rubio. Associate Professor. Ing. Telemática
    • Estrella García Lozano. Assistant Professor. Ing. Telemática

     

    Departament of Systems Engineering and Automation

    • Ramón Barber Castaño. Associate Professor. Ing. de Sistemas y Automática.
    • Ricardo Valverde Gil. Lecturer. Ing. de Sistemas y Automática.

     

    Departament of Mechanical Engineering

    • Jose Rafael de Gregorio Pérez. Lecturer. Ing. de Organización

     

    Departament of Public State Law

    • Carlos Galán Pascual. Lecturer. Derecho Público del Estado

     

  • ADMISSION

    Places offered:  40

     

    Requirements

    The following candidates may be admitted to the Master in Informatics Engineering from the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid:

    • Graduates holding Bachelor's Degrees in Informatics Engineering with any specialty (Software Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Information Systems or Information Technology).
    • Graduates holding Bachelor's Degrees Informatics Engineering who, although they have not specialized in one of the areas mentioned above, can provide evidence to prove completion of the foundational training and modules usual for this course of study. If they still have not covered an entire block of the specific technology module, they could enter with 48 credits from those offered in the blocks for that module.
    • Graduates with university degrees in Engineering.
    • Graduates in Computer Science/ Informatics Engineering (five-year course: Licenciados).
    • Computer Science/ Informatics Engineering graduates (three-year course: Ingeniero Técnicos and Diplomados)

    Note: For students who have not completed their undergraduate dissertation, admission will be conditional on the defence and approval of the dissertation before October 31.

     

    Admission criteria:

    Student selection will be based on the applicant's CV. Specifically, we will consider the following aspects:

    •     The applicant's academic record.
    •     Applicant's professional experience in the Computer Engineering field.
    •     Any letters of support and academic or professional references vouching for the applicant's admission to the Master. (Applicant must provide two reference letters).

    In the event that the course is oversubscribed due to high demand, personal interviews with candidates may be conducted


    Language options

    A group will be offered in Spanish (Castilian).

    Language requirements

    You can check the language requirements of generic language required to study a master at UC3M, depending on is in Spanish, English or bilingual.

    Foreign students

    Once admitted to the Master, foreign students with university degree issued by a higher education institution belonging to an educational system outside the EEES, must present, for enrollment, the diploma attesting equivalent training that allows access to postgraduate studies, legalized by diplomatic procedures, or “The Hague Convention Apostille”. More information about Legalization of Documents.

    If needed, documents must be accompanied by an official sworn translation into Spanish.

     

    Application

    The request is made electronically through our application. Before starting the admission process it is important to consult the supporting information that we offer below:

  • SCHOLARSHIPS

    General Information about grants and scholarships

    You can find more information about scholarships of UC3M and other agencies or entities.

    Financial aid/scholarships for graduate programs

    Career Services

    University's Foundation (Fundación Universidad Carlos III) holds a careers service ( UC3M Guidance&Employment) which orientates, informs and helps graduates to get through the labour market.

  • PRACTICAL INFORMATION

    Enrollment

    • If you have been enrolled prior to the course 17/18 in your master program you must do your enrollment from 1 to 20 September, following these instructions: Registration - Master Students
       
    • If you are new students in the course 17/18 you must do your registration by following these guidelines: Enrollment Master's programs


    ☛  Master enrollment information

     

    Administrative procedures

    You can find information about administrative procedures in the Virtual Secretariat of your Aula Global along with the enrolled subjects.

     

    Academic calendar

    Academic Calendar 2016/17 - Higher Polytechnic School

    Academic Calendar 2017/18 - Higher Polytechnic School

     

    Program course schedule

    Direct access to timetable

     

    Exam dates

    Direct access to exams schedule

     

    Program's Quality

    Quality of the Master's Degree

    Career Services

    University's Foundation (Fundación Universidad Carlos III) holds a careers service ( UC3M Guidance&Employment) which orientates, informs and helps graduates to get through the labour market.

  • CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

    After acquiring all the skills set out for the Master's Degree in Computer Science, students will be able to work in any company in the sector and also carry out teaching duties and research.

    Students' training will establish them as professionals with advanced experience that will meet the expectations of the workplace, academia and research using their skills and solid training. The training students receive will prepare them to establish themselves as part of an environment as rapidly changing as the information technology environment, not only at the time they first start working for a company or administration, but also in the future.

    By the end of the program, students will have the skills to be able to:

    • Demonstrate effective interpersonal skills.
    • Employ high-level critical thinking and analytical skills.
    • Employ a combination of general and specialized computer engineering knowledge in order to optimize application of existing and emerging technologies.
    • Apply appropriate theoretical and practical methods to the analysis and solution of complex computer problems in unfamiliar or unclear situations.
    • Develop new ideas and methods in the Information Technology field with creativity.
    • Analyze and synthesize, allowing them to examine and contrast innovations, developments and technologies to establish validity, completeness and usefulness.
    • Possess the ability to search and distinguish data and information allowing them to judge the scope of research projects and related areas.
    • Systematically apply scientific methods enabling them to achieve innovative results in a rigorous, verifiable and reliable manner.
    • Meet professional principles, duties to society, the profession and the environment applicable for a graduate of this Master's Degree.
  • DOUBLE DEGREE
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      MASTER IN INFORMATICS ENGINEERING
      MASTER IN COMPUTER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

       

      ☛ The application process for academic year 2017/2018 is now open

       

      The UC3M offers you the possibility of jointly studying the Master in Informatics Engineering, along with the Master in Computer Science and Technology. The former allows you to acquire the training to practice as a Informatics Engineer. This study option means you will obtain a high level of specialization and research training that will put you in prime position regarding employment and / or access to Ph.D. studies.

      Admission and enrollment in the Double Master, allow for the exemption of validated ECTS, according to the curriculum plan (see Program). Completing the credits from both curricula along with getting 30 ECTS recognized will allow you to obtain two officially recognized Master in a little more than a year and a half.

      Master in Informatics Engineering

      The Master in Informatics Engineering (Computer Engineering) combines advanced training in aspects of Direction and Management of IT projects with other aspects of Information Technology. This training program aims to fulfil its objective by training professionals who are competent to practice as computer engineers.

      The program is fully adapted to the recommendations for recognition of official qualifications in the Informatics Engineering Profession, General Secretariat of Universities (BOE 4 August 2009).

      The Master is made up of 90 ECTS credits. A group taught in Spanish is offered, divided into three semesters and organized into the following modules:

      • Direction and Management: This module provides advanced training in legal matters, technology company management, strategic planning and project management, paying special attention to innovation and R & D management.
      • Information Technology: This module allows students to engage in further study of technological aspects typical of computer engineering, which will enable students to gain an overview and detailed knowledge of this area.
      • Master's Thesis: This involves preparing a comprehensive project for Computer Engineering with a professional slant.

      Master in Computer Science and Technology

      The Master in Computer Science and Technology program is geared towards advanced specialized or multidisciplinary training aimed at either providing an academic or professional specialization or promoting initiation into research.

      The Master Program aims at students to acquire advanced scientific and technological knowledge on this subject and master a set of theoretical principles, scientific methods and formal instruments that enable them to carry out research, development and innovation work in this area, all in a flexible way to facilitate its adaptation to a rapidly changing environment such as IT.

      reasons to study Double Master Degree in Informatics Engineering and Computer Science and Technology

      │MASTERS IN NUMBERS

      Informatics Engineering
      • 40 students per class
      • 80% of the teachers are PhD
      • 4th Master's Degree in Engineering according to the Ranking of El Mundo - course 2015/16

       

      Computer Science and Technology
      • ☛ For the 6th consecutive year one of the best master's in Spanish of its specialty (Ranking The World). 2nd place in his specialty in the ranking of best masters in the year 2016
      • ☛ Organize the master to your liking: a very varied offer of 18 subjects of which you must choose 10 mixing if you want different aspects of the computer science that are of your interest
      • ☛ 100% employability
    • PROGRAM

      El Plan de estudios de este Doble Máster se estructura en dos años académicos en los que cursarás 90 ects correspondientes al Máster U. en Ingeniería Informática y 30 ects del Máster U. en Ciencia y Tecnología Informática. Los 120 créditos totales del doble plan de estudios se desglosan de la siguiente forma:

      • En el primer año se cursan asignaturas del Máster en Ingeniería Informática (30 ects en cada cuatrimestre). En cada cuatrimestre cursarás 6 asignaturas obligatorias, cuatro de 6 ects y dos de 3 ects.
      • Durante el segundo año de docencia, cursarás cuatro asignaturas de Ingeniería Informática, 2 asignaturas de Ciencia y Tecnología Informática, y los 2 Trabajos de Fin de Máster.

      Se te reconocerán 30 créditos ects, y al finalizar obtendrás dos títulos de Máster Oficial.

      Course 1 - Semester 1

      General subjects
      SubjectsECTSTYPELanguage
      Ingeniería Informática
      Integración de Sistemas Informáticos6OSpanish
      Sistemas de Apoyo a la Toma de Decisiones6OSpanish
      Auditoría y Certificación de Sistemas Informáticos6OSpanish
      Gestión de Empresas de Base Tecnológica3OSpanish
      Aspectos Legales y Éticos de la Ingeniería Informática3OSpanish
      Diseño y Gestión de Redes Informáticas6OSpanish

      Course 1 - Semester 2

      General subjects
      SubjectsECTSTYPELanguage
      Ingeniería Informática
      Ingeniería de Sistemas de información3OSpanish
      Computación Gráfica3OSpanish
      Diseño y Evaluación de Arquitecturas de Computación6OSpanish
      Diseño de Sistemas Inteligentes6OSpanish
      Diseño y Evaluación de Productos Interactivos6OSpanish
      Planificación Estratégica de Sistemas de Información6OSpanish

      Course 2 - Semester 1

      General subjects
      SubjectsECTSTYPELanguage
      Ingeniería Informática
      Métodos de Modelado y Simulación por Computador6OSpanish
      Computación de Altas Prestaciones3OSpanish
      Dirección de Proyectos Informáticos de I+D+I6OSpanish
      Sistemas de Producción Automatizados3OSpanish
      Ciencia y Tecnología Informática
      Métodos y técnicas orientadas al desarrollo de trabajos de investigación6OSpanish
      Seminarios6OSpanish

      Course 2 - Semester 2

      Trabajo Fin de Máster
      SubjectsECTSTYPELanguage
      Trabajo Fin de Máster. Máster en Ingeniería Informática12TFM
      Trabajo Fin de Máster. Máster en Ciencia y Tecnología Informática18TFM

      O) Obligatorias

      TFM) Trabajo Fin de Máster

    • ADMISSION

      Applications: OPEN

       

      Requirements

      The following candidates may be admitted to the Master in Informatics Engineering from the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid:

      • Graduates holding Bachelor's Degrees in Informatics Engineering with any specialty (Software Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Information Systems or Information Technology).
      • Graduates holding Bachelor's Degrees Informatics Engineering who, although they have not specialized in one of the areas mentioned above, can provide evidence to prove completion of the foundational training and modules usual for this course of study. If they still have not covered an entire block of the specific technology module, they could enter with 48 credits from those offered in the blocks for that module.
      • Graduates with university degrees in Engineering.
      • Graduates in Computer Science/ Informatics Engineering (five-year course: Licenciados).
      • Computer Science/ Informatics Engineering graduates (three-year course: Ingeniero Técnicos and Diplomados)

      Note: For students who have not completed their undergraduate dissertation, admission will be conditional on the defence and approval of the dissertation before October 31.

       

      Admission criteria

      Student selection will be based on the applicant's CV. Specifically, we will consider the following aspects:

      • The applicant's academic record.
      • Applicant's professional experience in the Computer Engineering field.
      • Any letters of support and academic or professional references vouching for the applicant's admission to the Master. (Applicant must provide two reference letters).

      In the event that the course is oversubscribed due to high demand, personal interviews with candidates may be conducted

      Language requirements

      You can check the language requirements of generic language required to study a master at UC3M, depending on is in Spanish, English or bilingual.

      Foreign students

      Once admitted to the Master, foreign students with university degree issued by a higher education institution belonging to an educational system outside the EEES, must present, for enrollment, the diploma attesting equivalent training that allows access to postgraduate studies, legalized by diplomatic procedures, or “The Hague Convention Apostille”. More information about Legalization of Documents.

      If needed, documents must be accompanied by an official sworn translation into Spanish.

       

      Application

      The request is made electronically through our application. Before starting the admission process it is important to consult the supporting information that we offer below:

      IMPORTANT:

      Students are expressly notified that admission to the Master's degree in Computer Science and Technology does not presuppose nor does it automatically lead to admission to the Master's degree in Informatics Engineering.

    • PRACTICAL INFORMATION

      Academic calendar

      Academic Calendar 2016/17

      Academic Calendar 2017/18

       

      Program course schedul

      Direct access to timetable  - Master in Informatics Engineering

      Direct access to timetable  - Master in Computer Science and Technology

       

      Exam dates

      Direct access to exams schedule

       

      Program Fees 2017/18 academic year*

      Place Reservation (It will be paid once the student receives notification of admission to the master, and deducted from the first tuition payment)

      • Master in Informatics Engineering: 450€
      • Master in Computer Science and Technology: 450€

      EU students:

      • 34,83€ / ECTS in Informatics Engineering
      • 52,65€ / ECTS in Computer Science and Technology

      Non EU students:

      • 154,80€ / ECTS in Informatics Engineering
      • 84,07€ / ECTS in Computer Science and Technology

       (Enrollment: 90 ECTS in Informatics Engineering and 30 ECTS in Computer Science and Technology)


      *Pending approval by the Community of Madrid for the course 17/18

       

      Enrollment

      Enrollment in the Master's Degree will occur when the application stage has been passed and after completion of the admission process

      Enrollment completely registers the student in the Master's Degree.

      A minimum enrollment of 25 students will have to be reached for each elective subject to be taught.

      General information for enrolment in official Master’s degrees