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Basic data

Degree

Graduate in Engineering in Industrial Design - Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering in Industrial Design, accredited qualification awarded by Pompeu Fabra University (UPF).

Training profiles

The pathways of the Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering in Industrial Design are: Product Design, Product Development and Product Management.

Duration // Schedule

4 years // 1st and 2nd year: between 8AM and 2:30PM | 3rd year. Compulsory subjects: between 3:15PM and 9:45PM | 4th year. Compulsory subjects: between 3:15PM and 9:45PM | 3rd and 4th year: optional subjects: mornings or afternoons, depending on the subject

New access places

125

ECTS Credits

240 ECTS (60 ECTS per academic year)

Price

148 € / ECTS

Language

Catalan / Spanish

Start Date

September

Cut-off mark 2016-17

5

Summary



The University Degree in Engineering in Industrial Design trains future professionals to design, re-design, manage and develop products. These skills and techniques allow them to transform a design idea into an industrial solution.

Students learn to analyse and determine the needs of product users, identifying innovation and market opportunities. They do so in a unique framework of synergies between engineering and design which distinguishes the exclusive ELISAVA educational offer. Students acquire the skills necessary to manage resources and social, scientific and technological expertise.

Objectives

ELISAVA’s Degree in Engineering in Industrial Design aims to offer the required knowledge and skills for comprehensively developing a product, from its inception until its launch to market (considering all life cycle phases).

Structure

The Degree in Engineering in Industrial Design is a four-year programme.

The first two years comprise core and compulsory subjects along two tracks. On the one hand, students learn scientific and technical expression and rendering tools necessary for the technical execution and development of the product. On the other hand, they are immersed in the culture of design necessary for practice of the profession, project contextualisation and rendering of the product and development of the project. 

 

Academic Calendar GEDI 2015-2016

Study Plan

Degree in Engineering in Industrial Design, list of subjects:

1st Year

1st Term
Engineering methodology in industrial design
Mathematics
Aesthetic and design I
Illustrative drawing

 

2nd Term
Mechanics
Artistic expression
Aesthetic and design II
Materials

 

3rd Term
Computer-aided design 2D
Material physics
Material mechanics
Industrial processes

2nd Year

1st Term
Computer-aided design 3D
Graphic expression I
Material selection
Mechanisms

 

2nd Term
Graphic expression II
Fluids and electromagnetism
Mechanical technology
Design and product I

 

3rd Term
Statistical methods
Computer science
Design and product II
Fluids and electromagnetism technology

 

3rd Year

1st Term
Academic uses of specific terminology in English I
Optics and heat
Tooling
Projects I
Business, product and market

 

2nd Term*
Mention subject 1**
Mention subject 2**
Optional

 

3rd Term*
Mention subject 3**
Mention subject 4**
Optional

* International exchange terms
** To be determined according to the development of the course

4th Year

1st Term
Product planning
Business plan
Academic uses of specific terminology in English II
Moulds
Projects II

 

2nd Term
Mention subject 5**
Mention subject 6**
Optional/Curricular internship

 

3rd Term
Final Degree Project

** To be determined according to the development of the course


Optional Subjects

Mentions, Specific Subjects

Workplace placement and professional opportunities

Collaboration with the business world is part of the School’s day-to-day experience. This fact allows students to be involved in real-life company projects. This experience boosts the excellence of
students’ learning process. It makes students engineers who can rigorously and methodologically undertake complex research, contributing results applicable to the development of strategic design projects.

Proprietary and International Academic Model

ELISAVA's educational model is proprietary and unique in Spain, focusing on the interaction between engineering and design. It is based on an innovative platform grounded largely on an international understanding of the culture of engineering and design, an outlook conditioned by a global market, where engineers develop key skills to address the ambiguity of novelty.

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