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Master’s Degree in Computational and Applied Mechanical Engineering

Specialize in the most advanced aspects of mechanics, in the conception of new systems and in the application of new design technologies.

Language: Spanish 
Credits: 90 ECTS
Duration: 3 semesters (1.5 years)
Spaces available: 30
Modality: in-person
Academic Director: Xabier Iriarte Goñi
Faculty or school: School of Industrial & ICT Engineering
Where lessons take place: Pamplona


Master’s degree in line with the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda.

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Why study the Master’s Degree in Computational and Applied Mechanical Engineering?

  • Theoretical and practical training in: mechanical engineering design, testing, simulation and control of machines, components, mechanical sub-assemblies and structures.
  • High demand for qualified professionals
  • You will understand and master the most advanced aspects of mechanics, which will allow you to develop and new mechanical systems through the application of new design technologies and modern methodologies of mechanical behavior analysis.
  • You'll be able to:
    • Master the theoretical bases of the behavior of complex mechanical systems and the phenomena that occur in mechanical systems.
    • Solve the problems that occur in mechanical systems.
    • Apply advanced computer simulation techniques
    • To undertake research work in the field of mechanical engineering.
  • You will specialize in the most relevant subjects of the key sectors of the industrial context of Navarre: metal-mechanic, automotive and wind power.
  • It will provide you with advanced skills in:
    • Finite elements in engineering
    • Dynamics of mechanical systems
    • Fatigue, noise, vibration and modal analysis
    • Control and identification of mechanical systems
    • Computational methods in engineering
    • Automotive Engineering
    • Wind turbine engineering

You can do this master's degree with:


Training in competencies


From which degrees can I access the Master’s Degree in Computational and Applied Mechanical Engineering?

  • Industrial Engineering
  • Technical Industrial Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Industrial Technology Engineering
  • Mechanical Design Engineering 
  • Any qualification that qualifies for the profession of industrial technical engineering

For other degrees, a specific study will be carried out according to the experience and additional training provided.

What will I be able to work in when I finish the Master’s Degree in Computational and Applied Mechanical Engineering?

  • In mechanical engineering companies,
  • Vehicle, wind turbine and general machinery construction companies,
  • Companies that design and manufacture energy components and systems, etc.

The lines of work:

  • Integration in design teams of mechanical components of any kind.
  • Integration in simulation and calculation engineering equipment with computer tools.
  • Automotive industries.
  • Wind energy industries.


Access and admission

Access requirements

To be admitted to the official Master's Degree courses, students must hold an official university degree issued by a higher education institution in the European Higher Education Area or in other countries which entitles them to access Master's degree courses in the country issuing the degree. 

Access requirements Access requirements

Specific criteria for the Master's degree

The Master's Degree Academic Committee is ultimately responsible for determining admission. If demand exceeds the number of places available, students will be admitted to the Master's in accordance with the:

  • Average grade/mark of the academic record (maximum 6 points). The candidate's academic record will be valued proportionally to the average score of the same with up to 4 points that will be multiplied by 1 if the degree is Industrial Engineering and by 0.5 in the case of other degrees.
  • Professional/Research experience (maximum 4 points). Work experience will be assessed in the context of the knowledge taught in the Master's Degree (Applied Mechanical and Computer Engineering). 0.16 points will be awarded for each month of employment.

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