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Inter-University Master's Degree in Computational Engineering and Mathematics - 8th edition

Inter-University Master's Degree in Computational Engineering and Mathematics

Academic information

Online teaching organisation

Students must complete a total of 60 ECTS credits, distributed as follows: 18 for compulsory subjects, 24 for optional subjects and 18 for the master's thesis. This master is designed to be completed in one year (full-time students) or two years (part-time students).

The master is taught entirely online. Be advised that in some subjects there may be exams, which may be face-to-face.

Master's degree final project

Unique call: July or September

Guide to the Master’s Thesis subject of School of Engineering (ETSE).

Mobility

Optional. Check the list of mobility agreements.

Specific grants