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University Specialist in Nautical Industry: Technology and Planning.

UIB's own degree (30 ECTS).

The nautical sector generates more than three percent of the gross domestic product of the Balearic Islands, through its industry, the generation of indirect jobs and the attraction of tourism with high purchasing power.

Aware of the positive impact that this sector has on the island's society, the University of the Balearic Islands, with the complicity of important business agents in the nautical world, is launching this innovative postgraduate course which will offer a wide range of knowledge related to the industry dedicated to the repair of large yachts.

This course is conceived as a level of specialisation in industrial technologies and processes specific to the nautical sector. The contents are grouped into five main subjects: three technologies such as electricity, mechanics and electronics; a block on industry planning and another on technical English.

General information

Level: UIB degree

Date of the course: 18 October 2022 - 11 May 2023

Enrolment date: 27 April 2022 - 11 October 2022, both inclusive

Course duration: 150h

Course format: Face-to-face

Place: University Campus

Price: 2.000 €.

The University Specialist in the Nautical Industry: Technology and Planning: UIB's own degree (30 ECTS), together with the University Specialist in the Nautical Industry: Engineering, Projects and Repair. UIB's own degree (30 ECTS) to be carried out in the academic year 2023/24 and the completion of a Master's thesis (TFM), make up the Master's Degree in Nautical Industry: Repair and Planning. UIB-specific qualification (66 ECTS).

What are the entry requirements?

This course is aimed at graduates in Industrial Engineering, Telecommunications, Naval Engineering or Computer Science.

The course is also aimed at professionals in the nautical sector, with or without university training, who wish to broaden their professional horizons by completing and updating their knowledge. You can request an enrolment tutorial to assess your suitability.

Priority will be given to students with higher technical training or with demonstrable professional experience in the nautical sector.


  • Module 1: Technical English in the Nautical Industry (30 hours).
  • Module 2: Electrical Energy in Boats (30 hours).
  • Module 3: Mechanics and Auxiliary Systems (30 hours).
  • Module 4: Nautical Industry Planning (30 hours).
  • Module 5: Marine Electronic Equipment (30 hours).

There will be 15 practical sessions and visits to vessels of different types, port facilities, workshops and industrial companies in the nautical sector.


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