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Wednesday June 29, 2022 at 07:00

The URJC launches three new degrees for the 2022/23 academic year

From now on, future students will be able to enroll in the degrees of Artificial Intelligence, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, and Data Science and Engineering.

Dária Efimova/Editor

The new academic year 2022/23 is about to begin, and it brings with it important innovations in the academic offer of the Rey Juan Carlos University. This year, the URJC launches three degrees: in Artificial Intelligence, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, and Data Science and Engineering. The information on these qualifications, such as their job opportunities and study plans, are already available to students. 

Future students can pre-register for these studies, together with the other degrees of the University, until July 1 through the telematics platform enabled. 

The implementation of these degrees responds to the need, both of companies and future professionals in experimental sciences and computer and telecommunications engineering, for more specific training focused on some of the most cutting-edge topics in the sector. According to Antonio Julio López Galisteo, Vice-Rector for Academic Planning and Teacher Training: "The demand for the three degrees is high, especially in the business sector." 

In addition, these studies bring with them some academic novelties in terms of their organization. Specifically, the degree in Data Science and Engineering is the first degree to be taught jointly by two URJC schools: the Higher Technical School of Telecommunications Engineering (ETSIT) and the Higher School of Computer Engineering (ETSII). On the other hand, it will be the first time that the degree in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology is offered at a public university in Madrid, making these studies more accessible to students in this autonomous community. 

“The implementation of these three degrees means once again being at the forefront of public universities in the fields of computer technology and engineering”, concludes Antonio Julio López Galisteo. "The Rey Juan Carlos University is committed to a quality training offer that meets the current needs of society and the business and industrial fabric."