An Electric Power Engineer must have a solid foundation in the basic math and physics disciplines, advanced knowledge in several branches of industrial engineering, and, specific updated skills in Electrical Engineering, with special emphasis on the use of advanced tools based on new technologies.
The professional career of a graduate in Electric Power Engineering can be wide, but has a profile suitable for the development of projects of electrical facilities (Low and High Voltage), automation, management and maintenance of power plants and electricity infrastructure, control of electrical machines ...
A graduate in Electric Power Engineering from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, is authorized to practice the regulated profession of Industrial Technical Engineer, fulfilling the responsibilities assigned in the Spanish Ministerial Order CIN / 351/2009.
Students from the Degree in Electric Power Engineering at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid will have:
International accreditation: EURACE.
You can apply until:
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You only need to take one of these language tests:
Minimum required score:
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Minimum required score:
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The student must have a solid prior education, particularly in mathematics, chemistry, physics and graphical representation. Observational and analytical skills, capacity and speed in mathematical calculations and quantifiable problem solving, as well as logical and abstract reasoning are also very important. Moreover, it is advisable to possess the capability to establish relationships between observable reality and its description through mathematical models.
Aids for relocation and new installation
Grants for students with good transcript of records and family residence outside Madrid and more than 100 km from the UC3M campus where enrol , with a unique endowment of € 1,800.
Application deadline: from June 17 to July 4.
Spanish Ministry of Education grants
Aid for cover the tuition fees for
prospective students with an entrance grade equal to, or exceeding 5,5.
Aid for incomes and housing for prospective students with an entrance grade equal to, or exceeding 6,5. The amount will be of up to 3000 €.
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