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Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Study programme’s generic objectives

 

To ensure that students, after obtaining the Diploma, will be able to: apply their knowledge and their ability to understand new and unfamiliar situations, in wide multidisciplinary contexts; have the capacity to deal with complex issues, develop solutions and make judgments in situations of limited or incomplete information, including reflections on the implications and ethical and social responsibilities that result from those solutions and judgments; communicate their conclusions, as well as the knowledge and the reasoning supporting it, in a clear and unambiguous way; act in the context of R&D in the development of new solutions/products; acquire the skills and knowledge that enable lifelong learning in a self-oriented and autonomous way.

 

  • High employability of graduates (100%) Academic staff, with a relevant number of teachers with PhD degree including four with Aggregation. 
  • Several teachers with the title of Specialist obtained under RJIES. 
  • Significant number of scientific publication Participation of the faculty in national and international R & D projects.