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Master's degree in Aerospace Science and Technology (MAST)

What follows is a summary of the Master's degree in Aerospace Science and Technology (MAST), Syllabus 2020, of the EETAC. Information on access, grants, registration, enrolment, etc. will be published soon. In the meantime, contact master.aerospace@upc.edu. The procedure for gaining admission to this master’s degree is explained in this link.

The master's degree in Aerospace Science and Technology (MAST) provides advanced training in the sciences and technology that are currently most widely used and applied in the fields of aeronautics and space exploration. Graduates of this master’s degree will have been trained in an interdisciplinary area of knowledge that includes the study of theoretical and practical groundwork, techniques, methods and processes, and will be skilled at promoting, defining and managing innovative research projects.

MAST is a 60 ECTS credits master that can be taken in one year at full-time dedication or up to two years at part-time. 1A courses are offered in the Autumn semester, and 1B courses are offered in the Spring semester


Master's degree in Aerospace Science and Technology

 

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