Who do I speak to if I have concerns about the Master’s?
Any questions you have should be directed to the coordinator of the Master’s, Beatriz Sánchez Tabuenca, by e-mail [firstname.lastname@example.org].
How long does the paid internship in the company last?
Students have a mandatory 3 month placement during the Master’s (with remuneration of €300/month) and a 6 month remunerated post-Master’s placement (€600/month).
How much will I earn?
A total of €4500, if you do both; the 3 mandatory months and the 6 additional months. You are paid €300/month during the mandatory 3 month placement and a further €600/month during the post-Master’s placement.
Can I study the Master’s from home?
No, you have to attend classes in the universities, which will have lecture halls set aside for this purpose. You must also attend the practical classes where they are taking place (Zaragoza, Esquiroz, Santander, etc.)..
Where can I find lecture halls to follow the Master’s by video-conference if I cannot attend the classes in person?
University of Zaragoza
Navarre Public University
University of Cantabria
Do I have to be present for any part of the Master’s?
On Fridays, practical classes take place in the laboratories at BSH Electrodomésticos España or in the various universities.
Are any classes in English?
Basically classes are given in Spanish, although there will occasionally be sessions taught by non-Spanish speakers – and these will be in English. However, all documents are in English.
Why is there no specialisation for ‘Induction Technology Engineering’?
The specialisation for this course is validated through the Official Master’s in Electronics; complementary training is available through the qualification in Expert in Technology Management in Home Appliances.