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Master's degree in Interdisciplinary and Innovative Engineering

Barcelona East School of Engineering (EEBE)

Today’s society demands breakthrough technologies in emerging areas such as energy management, digital industry and healthcare. Facing such challenges requires that interdisciplinary engineering teams work together to come up with creative, reliable, ethical and sustainable solutions.

One of the key factors in leading successful projects is for professionals from different areas to have strong skills in modern engineering methods such as big data, 3D printing, smart sensors and computer simulation. The master's degree in Interdisciplinary and Innovative Engineering (master's degree website) has been designed to enhance your academic background with such skills, thus preparing you for the future.

The specialisations will allow you to face real problems in three emerging areas of application: energy-efficient systems, smart factories and healthcare technologies. A research-oriented master’s thesis worth 30 ECTS credits will provide you with the opportunity to collaborate with R&D departments at companies, research centres and hospitals.


  • Efficient Systems
  • Advanced Manufacturing Systems
  • Healthcare and Biomedical Applications
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Duration and start date
2 academic years, 120 ECTS credits. Starting September
Timetable and delivery
Afternoons. Face-to-face
Fees and grants
Approximate fees for the master’s degree, excluding other costs, €3,320 (€4,980 for non-EU residents).
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Language of instruction
Barcelona East School of Engineering (EEBE)
General requirements
Academic requirements for admission to master's degrees
Specific requirements
To be admitted to the master’s degree, applicants must certify, at the time of enrolment, that they have a CEFR B2 level of English (at minimum).

Direct admission
It is recommended that applicants have a university-level qualification of a scientific-technical nature, that is, a bachelor's or pre-EHEA degree in engineering or sciences.

With bridging courses
On a case-by-case basis, the academic committee of the master’s degree may consider admitting applicants who have completed qualifications other than those recommended. When such applicants are admitted, the academic committee will specify the bridging courses that must be completed. The bridging courses required may vary in view of the student’s academic background but will be related to the following subjects:
- Electronics
- Programming
- Numerical methods

In any case, applicants will not be admitted if, based on their academic background, they would need to complete bridging courses carrying a total of more than 30 ECTS credits.
Admission criteria
  • Academic record (60%)
  • Correspondence between the competencies of the entrance qualification and those of the master’s degree (40%)
Pre-enrolment closed (consult the new pre-enrolment periods in the academic calendar).

How to pre-enrol
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Legalisation of foreign documents
All documents issued in non-EU countries must be legalised and bear the corresponding apostille.

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