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Industrial Engineering and Management

 2nd Cycle Degree     Departamento de Engenharia Eletromecânica [Portuguese]

Study plan/Branches   Industrial Engineering and Management
DGES code
9420
CNAEF classification 529 | Decree no. 256/2005 [PT]
Publication in the Portuguese Official Gazette Order no. 11887/2015 - DR 2nd series, no. 207, 22 October [PT]
Assessment/Accreditation/Registration A3ES Accreditation
DGES Registration R/A-Ef 1330/2011, 18-03-2011
Mode of study Daytime
ECTS 120

General Access Regime  

Admission Requirements

The access conditions are established for all Masters Courses at the University, namely:
Candidates:
a) holders of degree or equivalent. In this case will be considered candidates who have completed at least 180 ECTS credits in integrated Masters degree or similar qualifications from different first cycle of university studies, with emphasis on engineering and management, without neglecting other areas such as economics, marketing or design;
b) holders of a degree or legal equivalent in specialties deemed appropriate to the frequency of a Master's degree in Industrial Engineering and Management;
c) holders of a foreign academic degree recognized by the Course Scientific Commission;
d) holders of an academic, scientific or professional curricula recognized by the Course Scientific Commission attesting the capacity to attesting the capacity to attending the second cycle in Industrial Engineering and Management.

Vacancies 20 (2017)
Minimum Grades (0-200)
Selection and Ranking Criteria Industrial Engineering and Management 2017
More information for candidates

About

Profile of the programme The educational objectives of this Master is the human resources development and educational and scientific strengthening of the Industrial Engineering and Management, namely: 1) Acquire knowledge to manage ressources;2) Establish a strong integration between scientific knowledge, technology and management; 3) Develop multi-skills, inter and trans-disciplinary support the function;4) Develop skills to perform a wide range of technical functions of engineering and management; 5) Developing skills in order to work team and use the right language for communication; 6) Develop skills to incorporate the latest technological innovations and new management methods; 7) Encourage entrepreneurship; 8) Allocation of skills by trainees and culture for the development of their work in all contexts; Moreover, by including courses from Business Organisation and Entrepreneurship and Investment Analysis, we encourage these experts to invest in creating new businesses.
Key learning outcomes 1) Acquire knowledge to manage people, equipment and property to improve the productivity, usually in environments of scarcity; 2) Establish a strong integration between scientific knowledge, technology and management, often in the context of the economic and technological constraints and social and environmental constraints as well, 3) Develop multi-skills, inter-and trans-disciplinary support the function of the expert in industrial engineering and management, including the activities of design processes, industrial planning, work organization, resource management, systems management, among others, in order to change organizations culture; 4) Develop skills to perform a wide range of technical functions of engineering and management with respect to economic and financial activities, whether SMEs or big companies, and in research as well; 5) Developing skills in order to work team and use the right language for communication and coordination of multi-and interdisciplinary teams; 6) Develop skills to incorporate the latest technological innovations and new management methods in the performance of professional duties; 7) Encourage entrepreneurship and self- motivator for the new businesses creation, particularly technology-based, 8) Allocation of skills by trainees and culture for the development of their work in all contexts; Qualified Master in Industrial Engineering and Management will develop its activities integrated into industrial or service companies; Moreover, by including courses from Business Organisation and Entrepreneurship and Investment Analysis, we encourage these experts to invest in creating new businesses, whether services or technology based.
Occupational profiles of graduates The scientific, technological and management skills developed will enable graduates to enter into a wide range of activities. The potential employers of these professionals include industrial and service companies (including consultancy), technical assistance and educational and research institutions.
Learning facilities The Department of Electromechanical Engineering provides the Course Scientific Commission of Master in Industrial Engineering and Management. This Commission is still composed by representatives of the Management and Economics Department., and Science and Textile Technology Department. Any one of these departments has the conditions and resources needed to achieve these course objectives. The University of Beira Interior also has infrastructure for general use, namely: - Central Library (200 computer work stations, open from 9 am to 23 pm) - Informatics Center (open 24 hours), with access to wireless e-contents, academic services, international communication, helpdesk, email, homepage, etc. and - Service networks (internal and external) - Service permanent access to the Internet and Social Services of the University (Canteens, Bars and Households with more than 800 beds).
Requirements and regulations (assessment and graduation) UBI Regulations [PT]
Admission/Applicant

Departamento de Engenharia Eletromecânica

Calçada Fonte do Lameiro
6201-001 Covilhã
275 242 055
1811

Course Coordinator(s)

Course Director
Fernando Manuel Bigares Charrua Santos
Mobility coordinator
Helder Joaquim Dinis Correia

Committees

Scientific Committee
Fernando Manuel Bigares Charrua Santos
Alexandre Borges de Miranda
Carlos Manuel Pereira Cabrita
Maria José Aguilar Madeira
Susana Maria Palavra Garrido Azevedo

Pedagogical Coordination Committee
Fernando Manuel Bigares Charrua Santos
Year Coordinators
Alexandre Borges de Miranda (1st)
Carlos Manuel Pereira Cabrita (2nd)
Year Representatives
Beatrice Paiva Santos (1st)
Hugo Meireles Dantas Gonçalves (2nd)

Recognition Committee
Fernando Manuel Bigares Charrua Santos
Carlos Manuel Pereira Cabrita
Susana Maria Palavra Garrido Azevedo
Hélder Joaquim Dinis Correia
Note: The information contained in these pages does not relieve consultation of official documents. Last updated on: 2014-08-07

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