Master’s Degree in Robotics
Miguel Hernández University.
The Miguel Hernández University (UMH), officially Miguel Hernández University of Elche, is a Spanish public multicampus university in the province of Alicante whose main campus is in Elche.
The Master’s in Robotics is directed at graduates and engineers possessing the technical knowledge that allows them to acquire the competencies specified therein.
This program’s educational profile is aimed at research, but material is also presented that can be utilized directly from a professional point of view. Students are trained in all aspects of robotics, from those that are basic and introductory to those advanced, attaining the knowhow and expertise to enable their entry into this field and assume R&D tasks.
- Industrial engineers
- Telecommunications engineers
- Computer engineers
- Technical industrial engineers (all specialties)
- Technical telecommunications engineers
- Technical computer engineers.
For access to official education at the master level, possession of the following is required:
- An official Spanish university undergraduate degree of bachelor or the equivalent, a Spanish university degree of master, or degree(s) of the same level as the Spanish degree of bachelor or master conferred by universities and institutions of higher education from a country belonging to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) that entitles access to master’s education in such country.
- Furthermore, access to master’s education in the Spanish university system may also be granted to individuals possessing degrees from educational systems outside the EHEA that are equivalent to an undergraduate degree. In these cases, such degrees do not require homologation, but they do require verification by the UMH that said degrees represent an educational level that is equivalent to the corresponding official Spanish university degree and that they entitle access to graduate education within the issuing country. Access this way does not provide for, under any circumstance, homologation of the degree the interested party holds or its recognition for anything besides acceptance into a master’s program.
Likewise, undergraduate students who have yet to complete their undergraduate final degree project and have as many as 9 ECTS credits remaining from completing their undergraduate curriculum are also eligible to enroll in a university master’s program; however, they may not be conferred the master’s degree unless they complete their undergraduate program beforehand. Admissions priority shall be given to applicants who possess official undergraduate degrees.