Apart from a solid education in the distinct specific areas, where students are expected to master a series of technical, managerial and organisational abilities, the Industrial Management and Engineering Course also aims at developing personal leadership skills, at developing and/or improving the students’ general conflict management skills and negotiation techniques, in order to improve their performance and efficacy.
Students are also expected to acquire a set of new competences, such as entrepreneurship, communication, assertiveness, group and interpersonal motivation, problem-solving, analysis, flexibility and quick-learning, development and assessment of change processes, strategic reasoning and critical thinking.
We pay special attention to the way concepts and knowledge are transmitted, so that students are able to anticipate their practical usage in real-life situations.
Possible Career Paths
Given the interdisciplinary character of their educational path, those graduating in Industrial Management and Engineering can carry out a vast number of functions, either in the industrial sector or in the service sector, in large, small or medium-sized companies, namely:
- Project Evaluation and Management;
- Project Setting up;
- Production Systems Organisation and Project;
- Business processes organisation and integration;
- Computer Aided Project Management;
- System analysis;
- Decision-making processes Modelling;
- Process optimization, etc….
- Production Planning and Management;
- Materials Planning and Management;
- Storage and Inventory Management;
- Transport and Distribution;
- Technological Innovation;
- Product Engineering;
- Processes Engineering;
- Industrial Engineering;
- Maintenance Management;
- Computer Integrated Production;
- Automation and Robotics;
- Information Systems Management
- Industrial Health and Safety
- Industrial Ergonomics;
(07) Physics and chemistry
Application grade: 95 marks
Entrance exams: 95 marks
Course Schedule: Daytime
Course Duration: 6 Semesters