Master's Degree in Electric Vehicle Technologies - 6th edition
- 60 ECTS
- Places available
- Language of instruction
- English and some teaching audiovisual supports are also subtitled in Spanish and Catalan.
Online period: first semester.
Blended period: second semester. Face-to-face classes will be taught on Thursdays, from 16.00h to 20.00h.
- Course date
- 25/09/2023 - 07/06/2024
- Academic coordinator
- Dr. Enric Vidal Idiarte
- URV Faculty
- School of Engineering (URV)
(for students from the UE, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Switzerland and Andorra*, or resident in Spain, price for academic year 2023-24).
Rest of students: €2,913.
*Students with degrees from non-EU countries will be charged an academic tax of €218.15 the first time they enrol only.
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The development of new systems of intelligent, environmentally friendly and integrated transport systems is one of the most important challenges in the 21st century, above all in terms of emissions and the type of energy used. The social interest and industrial business generated by electric vehicles increase the demand for professionals qualified in all the related areas of technology.
The University Master's Degree in Electric Vehicle Technologies is the first official master's degree in the whole of Spain specialising in electric cars. The aim of this master's degree is to teach engineers about the different technologies from the areas of electronic engineering and control that can be applied to the development of electric and hybrid vehicles and even conventional vehicles.
The progressive implementation of electric vehicles will increase the need for engineers with specific knowledge in this ambit; therefore, the principal objective of the master's degree is to produce specialised engineers in collaboration with businesses in this sector and with links to the territory.
Pre-registration for the academic year 2024-25 opens in March 2024.
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"The URV has high-level laboratories, which is very important for an engineer because it allows us to put all our theoretical knowledge into practice."
Fredy Laqui. Master's Degree in Electric Vehicle Technologies
"The knowledge gained from the master’s degree has been very helpful to rise to the challenges I have to deal with in my day-to-day work"
Ricard Joanpere. Master's Degree in Electric Vehicle Technologies.