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|Program Sponsor:||Global E³|
|Disciplines Available (engineering or related field):||Aeronautical, Aerospace, Agricultural, Automation, Biomedical, Building, Chemical, Civil, Computer, Computer Science, Computer Systems, Computing, Electrical, Energy, Environmental, Geological, Industrial, Marine, Materials, Mechanical, Mining, Nuclear, Production, Software||Graduate Students Accepted?:||Yes|
|Courses Available in English?:||Yes|
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Language of Instruction Spanish and English. Undergraduate courses in English are only available in Materials Engineering
UPM has more than three thousand faculty members, around thirty eight thousand undergraduate students, and around six thousand postgraduate students.
In the style of the French Grandes Écoles, UPM is made up of 21 Schools dealing with the different areas of technology and awarding engineering degrees of four, five, or six years duration.
UPM’s Schools cover most engineering disciplines, including Aeronautical, Agronomical, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Electronic, Forestry, Industrial, Mechanical, Mining, Nuclear, Geology, Energy and Naval Engineering, as well as Architecture, Computer Science, Design of Fashion and Geodesy & Cartography. In addition, UPM includes a Center for Physical Education and Sports, and a Design of Fashion School.
The Technical University of Madrid (UPM, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid) is the oldest and largest of the Spanish Technical Universities.
Although UPM is a young university, having been founded only in 1971, most of its Schools are over a hundred years old, dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries and existing independently until they were grouped together as UPM.
It is not an exaggeration to say that much of the history of Spanish technology for over one and half centuries was written by the Schools of Architecture and Engineering of this university, as for many years some of them were the only Technical Schools in existence in their fields in Spain. Almost all the leading Spanish educators and researchers have been involved with UPM either as students, teachers, or both.
TERMS OF EXCHANGE
- Undergraduate Students: Accepted
- Graduate Students: Accepted
One/two semester academic studies. One semester Bachelor or Master project.
Research Projects and Work Experience Program - Both Bachelor and Master projects are possible provided if a suitable tutor can be found.
Company Internships up to 20 h a week possible for foreign students registered at UPM.
- Computer Sciences
- Sports Sciences
- Design of Fashion
When will students receive their acceptance package?
About one month after application is received.
COURSE REGISTRATION & ACADEMIC INFORMATION
- 1st Semester: Early September-End January
- 2nd Semester: Early February-End June
Academic Calender Early September-End June
Course Contents See below and web pages of the Schools.
Courses in English are available only in Materials Engineering
Workload per semester: 300 hours
Is on-campus accommodation available to exchange students?
When should I arrive?
Beginning of the academic semester.
Is Airport Reception available? Upon request
Is there a bank on campus? Yes
ESTIMATED COST OF LIVING
Accommodation: 300-500 €/month
Food/meals 10-15 €/day
Local transportation 15 €/week
Academic expenses (e.g. books, stationery) 200 €
Personal Expenses 250 €
Health Insurance 29 €/year
Office responsible for International Exchange Students
E-Mail Address email@example.com
Fax Number +34 91 336 36 64
Student Advisor - Yolanda Salvador Perez
E-Mail Address firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax Number +34 91 336 36 64
Student Advisor - Ángel Alvarez