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Official Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering (MII)

Logo audit medianoThe MA in Industrial Engineering continues the over 100-year tradition of the ICAI School of Engineering, adapting to a society in which internationalization, and  communication and leadership skills are indispensable for achieving professional success. It combines general training that is applicable to many industrial and  business sectors with specific knowledge of this specialist area, and all through a practice-based program in which students play a leading role. Comprehensive  training  and internationalization are two of the program's distinctive characteristics.

In addition to the Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering, our students will have the opportunity to study a double-degree program, taking on another Comillas MA,  or  one from a foreign university with which Comillas has established a double-degree partnership. This MA is a two-year course, although some of the double-degree  programs with foreign universities may require a longer study period.

Students who obtain the Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering can register with the ICAI's National Engineers Association and work in the legally  regulated profession of Industrial Engineering.                                                  

  1. Information
  2. Curriculum
  3. Faculty
  4. Career & academic prospects

Degrees: Official Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering

Duration: Two years

New places available: 160

Submission of applications:

January 8th to June 15th, 2018. Resolution date: July, 6th, 2018.
Information notice on the documents to be submitted

Financial information (2018/2019):

€28,150.00  for the whole Master (two years). Students who studied the Bachelor's Degree at our Engineering School will receive a 10% discount.
Information about study grants

For this program, full time commitment is highly recommended.
First-year classes will take place in the morning and second-year classes in the afternoon (schedule compatible with internship).

Course starting date:

September 3rd, 2018

Information point:

Information and Student Reception Office
C/ Alberto Aguilera, 21 - 28015 Madrid
Tel: 91 542 28 00 (30 lines)
Tel: 91 540 61 20/33/19 (direct)
Fax: 91 559 65 69
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Office hours: Monday to Friday, 09:00 to 13:30 and Monday to Thursday, 15:30 to 17:30

Admission requirements:

A Bachelor's Degree in Electromechanical Engineering from our Engineering School.

A Bachelor's Degree in Engineering for Industrial Technologies from other schools with a strong academic record.

Students holding any undergraduate degree equivalent to the above-mentioned programs can also apply, although they may be required to complete additional, preparatory courses.

Admission process and criteria:

The student's academic background, cover letter, interview (optional) and command of the English language will all be taken into account. The Admission Committee will study the application and communicate its decision, and the corresponding enrolment deadline, when applicable, by email and post.


The Master's in Industrial Engineering is a two-year program. The first year is mainly centered around engineering for industrial systems although it also includes various management-related modules. In the second year, students will focus on completing the business training and on an engineering project that will form the Master's Thesis. In this second year, a range of Optional Modules can be studied in different areas, including: the electric power sector, railway systems, industrial organizations, etc.


1º A MII1º B MII1º C MII1º D MII1º E MII

2º A MII2º B MII, 2º C MII, 2º D MII

Academic Calendar Comillas Pontifical University 2017/18

Academic Calendar ICAI 2017/18

Credits: 120 ECTS credits

Breakdown of the Master's program:


Faculty in this program

Abanades Sánchez, Alberto
Acevedo Tirado, Adriana
Amor Del Olmo, Alfredo
Antón Palomo, Blas
Asenjo Vegue, Sergio Luis
Awad Parada, Tamar
Ballesteros Iglesias, María Yolanda
Barrera Moreno, Germán
Benedicto Córdoba, Marcos
Boal Martín-Larrauri, Jaime
Cabezas López de Sosoaga, Cristina
Calmuntia Arroyo, Francisco Javier
Cantos Sánchez de Ibargüen, Cristóbal
Carrasco Andrés, Fidel
Casatejada Herrera, Pedro
Centeno Hernáez, Efraim
Chapado Tebar, Jesús
Chaves Ávila, Jose Pablo
Cogollor Delgado, Jose María
Coloma Castaño, Raquel
Cossent Arín, Rafael
Cucala García, María Asunción
de Rábago Marín, Jaime
del Real Romero, Juan Carlos
Díaz García, Agustín
Díaz Van-Swaay, Cristina
Domínguez Soto, Cristina
Egido Cortés, Ignacio
Fernández Caballero, Daniel
Fernández Magéster, Gerardo
Fernández Villamarín, Silvia
Frías Marín, Pablo
Fuertes Kronberg, Carlos
García Cerrada, Aurelio
García González, Javier
Giannetti , Romano
Gómez San Román, Tomás
González García, Andrés
González Hierro, Francisco
González Sotres, Luis Felipe
Herraiz Martínez, Francisco Javier
Herrera de la Cruz, Jorge
Herrero Fuerte, Javier
Herrero Palomino, Marta
Jarauta Sánchez, Javier
Kraemer Ávila, Jorge
Linares Hurtado, José Ignacio
Lizón Martínez, Santiago
Lobato Miguélez, Enrique
López Álvarez, Luis
Lucas del Portillo, JoséMaría
Lumbreras Sancho, Sara
Manini Gumz, Javier
Martín Alexandre, Ignacio
Martínez Pantoja, Bienvenido
Mastropietro , Paolo
Matanza Domingo, Javier
Menéndez Sánchez, José María
Moratilla Soria, Beatriz Yolanda
Moreno Alonso, Pedro
Moreno Corona, Jesús Manuel
Morrás Ruiz-Falcó, Carlos
Moya García-Renedo, Guillermo
Muñoz Frías, José Daniel
Nieto Fuentes, José
Norverto Moriñigo, Juan
Olmos Camacho, Luis
Ortiz Marcos, Susana
Pallarés Castillo, Guillermo
Pareja Cano, Braulio
Paz Jiménez, Eva
Pilo de la Fuente, Eduardo
Pizarro Valentín, Carlos
Porras Galán, José
Prieto Fernández, Leopoldo
Ramos Galán, Andrés
Renedo Anglada, Francisco Javier
Revuelta Aramburu, Marta
Reynaldo Yus, José María
Rivier Abbad, Michel Luis
Rodilla Rodríguez, Pablo
Rodríguez Mondéjar, José Antonio
Rodríguez Pecharromán, Ramón
Rodríguez-Morcillo García, Carlos
Romero Mora, José Carlos
Rouco Rodríguez, Luis
Rubio Caldera, José Rafael
Rumenova Petrova, Ivayla
Sampedro Feito, Jorge
Sánchez Carazo, María Teresa
Sánchez Fornié, Miguel Ángel
Sánchez Martín, Pedro
Sánchez Miralles, Álvaro
Sánchez Úbeda, Eugenio Francisco
Sierra Alarcón, Francisco Javier
Sigrist , Lukas
Simón Muela, Adán
Sorzano Sánchez, Carlos Oscar
Tardieu Benlloch, Javier
Trebolle Trebolle, David
Vicente Uceda, Pablo
Vilar Guerrero, María Luisa
Villacañas Palomo, José Antonio
Zabalegui Sanz, Fermín
Zamora Macho, Juan Luis

Graduate's Profile

This degree program certifies students to enter the regulated Industrial Engineering profession, under the current legislation. [BOE].

The ICAI Master program in Industrial Engineering was designed to provide multidiciplinary and comprehensive education, by combining traditional engineering teaching with extensive leadership education in the international context with development of professional and communication skills.

In addition, this degree allows the student to join doctorate programs. 

Career prospects.

ICAI Industrial Engineers work in all production sectors of national and international industry, taking on responsibilities and qualifying for leadership positions gained with skills from their multidisciplinary education. Some of their career prospects are:

- Head of industrial projects.

- Head of industrial products.

- Head of large industrial facilities.

- General, technical and strategic management of organizations.

- Head of planning, quality, production and environmental management.

- Research, development and innovation.

- International and multidisciplinary team management.

- Consultant and advisor.