Today’s global society is exposed to a steady stream of new services and products, many of which are driven by ever-improving technological innovation. It is now virtually impossible for business entities to be divorced from this reality and, consequently, any effective business management strategy must necessarily involve an operational and strategic approach to computing technology.
Computer Engineering occupies a key position in the value chain of a company. Furthermore, it plays an important role in a company’s strategic corporate vision and is also an essential element in the process of adapting to changing scenarios.
The Degree in Computer Engineering seeks not only to acquaint students with the most up-to-date technological support currently available, but also to enable them to apply and integrate this technology within a strategic corporate approach. UNEATLANTICO produces professionals who are capable of resolving problems from an analytical and strategic perspective, and who have a sound knowledge of the fundamental principles that drive these fast-moving technologies.
Students enrolled in the Degree in Computer Engineering may also apply to simultaneously study the Degree inIndustrial Organisation Engineering within a dual degree programme.
Students graduating in Computer Engineering may choose to work in any of the following professions:
- Director of IT and development centres
- Designer, director and manager of software projects
- Software architect
- Knowledge engineer
- SEO specialist
- Community manager
- Usability advisor
- Web designer
- Mobile Application Developer
English, the key to your present and your future
In today's world, one of the essential tools for international communication and the key that opens opportunities to finding a job, both in Spain and abroad, is knowing English.
In our country, 80% of the job offers already require a high proficiency of this language, and in many cases, this requirement is more important than personal and professional qualifications.
If is for this reason that the European University of the Atlantic places special emphasis on undergraduate students attaining proficiency in the language. From the first year on, students are encouraged to register for extra-curricular classes in preparation for successfully completing study of their regular subjects taught in English throughout their degree.
This way, regardless of their initial proficiency level, the language program based on tutorial support, specialized materials, and small classes, allows students to later follow their dual language (English-Spanish) courses in sequence so that they finish their degree having acquired a bilingual skill set that is applicable in their profession.
Engage in your profession
UNEATLANTICO creates an authentic business environment
The campus of the Universidad Europea del Atlántico is designed so that students can practise their profession from the first year onwards. The University offers modern and fully-equipped facilities that simulate the authentic business environments that students will experience upon completing their degree. There are laboratories for the study of Physiology, Food Technology, Languages, Food Science and Biomechanics, while dedicated facilities are provided for projects involving computing, business, nutritional assistance, psychological guidance and counselling, and translation and interpretation. In addition, the University also offers computer labs, a library, as well as radio and television production and post-production studios.
Faculty motivate students to become involved in campus life and guide them towards creating projects and developing ideas that enhance their professional development from the the very first year of their studies. The learning model is not limited to covering a syllabus, but intends to guarantee a solid theoretical-practical education in which students feel fully engaged in their professional area.
Furthermore, the University has signed numerous internship agreements with a wide range of business entities that complement formal university education and facilitate the development of the cross-curricular skills needed to break into the job market.
A true indication of the importance that the University places on innovation and knowledge transfer is the establishment of the Centre for Research and Industrial Technology of Cantabria (CITICAN). CITICAN is a scientific foundation through which RDI (Research, Development and Innovation) from the academic institution is channelled.
|Computer Structure and Technology||6|
|Introduction to Software Projects Management||6|
|Information and Communication Technologies - ICTs||6|
|Data Structures and Algorithms I||6|
|Data Structures and Algorithms II||6|
|Software Engineering I||6|
|Distributed Systems and Parallel Programming||6|
|Ethics and Legislation in Computing||6|
|Elective (EL) I||6|
|Business Organisation (EL)||6|
|Market Research (EL)||6|
|Theory and Practice of Visual Communication (EL)||6|
|Accounting I (EL)||6|
|Software Engineering II||6|
|Management of Information Systems||6|
|Computer Security and Cryptography||6|
|Human Resources (EL)||6|
|Strategic and Operational Marketing (EL)||6|
|Information and Knowledge Society (EL)||6|
|Accounting II (EL)||6|
|Web Programming I||6|
|Automatics and Control Systems (EL)||6|
|Digital Marketing and Interactive Media (EL)||6|
|Digital Animation (EL)||6|
|Financial Mathematics (EL)||6|
|Web Programming II||6|
|Business Economics and Entrepreneurship||6|
|Production Management and Logistics (EL)||6|
|Corporate and Institutional Communication (EL)||6|
|Creation of Multimedia Products (EL)||6|
|Analysis of Financial Statements (EL)||6|
This call has 20 Collaboration Scholarships whose purpose is to give the students the chance to collaborate in real projects.
Requirements for Applicants
- Having previously submitted the pre-registration form, exceptionally, to apply for these scholarships, it will not be required to pay for a place, so, students must finish the pre-registration process and pay for the fees.
- Attending several personal interviews that will be conducted by the Scholarship Committee of the University.
- Having met the access requirements of the European University of the Atlantic, for the student is in one of the following situations: the student is in possession of a Baccalaureate diploma or an Advanced Level Specific Vocational Training diploma; the student has passed the University Entrance exams, or rather is in possession of a previous university degree and/or other university studies belonging to foreign educational systems, or, lastly, the student may have met the access requirements established in the legislation in force.
Application procedures and documentation
The candidate must submit the following documentation:
- Scholarship Application Form: It can be obtained in person at the Students’ service and Scholarships of the European University of the Atlantic.
- Photocopy of the Identity Card or of a valid passport.
- Personal academic record, certified by the center of origin of the studies that give access to the degree. The academic record must specify the average obtained grade, otherwise, it must specify the obtained grades in each subject.
- Pre-registration Application.
This documentation needs to be submitted regardless of the one that has been previously submitted or is to be submitted in order to complete the Pre-registration or the Enrollment process in the corresponding study.
All documentation must be submitted to:
European University of the Atlantic > Scholarship Service
Parque Científico y Tecnológico de Cantabria
C/Isabel Torres 21, 39011 Santander
The deadline for the submission of applications and documentation is from November 2nd, 2016 to October 15th, 2017 inclusive.
The Collaboration Scholarships are compatible with other scholarships or aids, may they be public or private, including the FUNIBER SCHOLARSHIP-UNIVERSITY RESIDENCE.
In the event of submitting an application to other scholarship programs outside this institution, the student will be responsible for knowing their compatibility with other calls. As well, in such case, the student must be aware of the consequences of the non-compliance with the regulations established in each of the programs.
The student may apply for other type of scholarship, exemption, or aid of the European University of the Atlantic, although it will be possible for the applicant to get it only if the eligibility criteria is met, with the exception of the FUNIBER’s Scholarship for the UNEATLANTICO Residence, which is compatible with the collaboration scholarship.
Analysis of applicants and resolution
The Scholarship Committee will be responsible for resolving which are the applications that meet the eligibility requirements.
Applicants may be required, within a period of 10 calendar days, to submit any additional documents needed, together with a written notification stating that the application will be withdrawn otherwise. The request for additional documentation will be made by written notification via the communication channels stated on the scholarship application.
The Scholarship Committee’s resolution will be personally notified to the scholarship holder. It is possible for the applicant to appeal against the decision of the Committee, within 10 calendar days from the resolution date. Such complaint will be assessed and resolved by the University’s Chancellor within a month. The decision made by the Chancellor to this effect is not subject to appeal.
The Collaboration Scholarship exclusively for the Undergraduate in Computer Engineering implies, in case of a favorable resolution, a one year exemption up to 100% of the tuition fees. The acceptance of this scholarship entails the scholarship holder’s commitment to collaborate in UNEATLANTICO, in the tasks related to the student’s training process, without any implication of employment relation with the Institution or Company with which the student collaborates, with no harm to the student’s academic activity.
The renewal of the scholarship is considered in case of a satisfactory academic performance and if a favorable report is issued by the University to this effect.
The information described in this document is subject to the provisions of the Regulations of Scholarships of the European University of the Atlantic as well as to the particularities of the regulations corresponding to this call.