The URV-UOC online Master's Degree in Computer Engineering and Mathematics (ECiM) offers interdisciplinary training in the areas of engineering and applied sciences. The ECiM programme includes cutting-edge topics such as computer modelling and simulation, numerical methods, parallel and distributed computing, knowledge representation, networks and graphs, and applied optimisation. The aim of the degree is to prepare students for R&D positions in industry, research centres and universities. It is intended for graduates with various scientific and technical qualifications (computer engineering, mathematics, telecommunications engineering, industrial engineering, statistics, physics, etc.).
As the programme’s lecturers are active researchers in the fields they teach, they can help students to initiate research careers in computer engineering and mathematics.
- Universitat Rovira i Virgili (coordinating university)
- Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
This Master's Degree is aimed at candidates who previously obtained degrees in Mathematics, Statistics, Physics and related fields. As well bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Telecommunications, Electronic Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering and related fields.
As well as the compulsory general documentation required for pre-enrolment in the programme, you can also submit:
- Proof of Other training (courses, seminars or other training activities) or professional experience relevant to the content of the master's degree.
- Proof of previous experience in research and/or stays in research centres for at least 4 weeks.
- Suitability of the admission qualification, up to 40 points. Qualifications will be graded in accordance with the following scale:
- Graduates in the field of science: up to 40 points.
- Graduates in the field of engineering and architecture: up to 40 points.
- Other qualifications: 0 points.
- Evaluation of the students' academic record in the university degree that qualifies them for admission to the master's degree: up to 40 points.
- Other training (courses, seminars or other training activities, for which proof must be provided) or professional experience relevant to the content of the master's degree: up to 10 points.
- Previous experience in research and/or stays in research centres of at least 4 weeks (proof must be provided): up to 10 points.
Graduates in the Inter-university Master's Degree in Computer Engineering and Mathematics are capable of working in:
- Research and development centres
- Companies working in the field of information and communication technologies
- Computing centres