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Master’s Degree in Numerical Simulation with Ansys

Exploring how to take your career or skillset to the next level? Attend our webinar on January 25th to learn about the Technical University of Madrid’s online master’s degree Program.  

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About this Webinar

In collaboration with Ansys, the Technical University of Madrid developed an online master’s degree program in Numerical Simulation available since 2014. It focuses on four areas: Solid Mechanics, Fluid Mechanics, Fluid-Structure Interaction, and Electromagnetics.

It is dedicated to students and engineers (90% of the participants), enabling vital practical skills to advance in innovative industries. Taking advantage of an experienced educational team and the e-learning platform’s flexibility, students learn effectively, defining their balance between training, professional and personal life, with commitments ranging from a specialist or expert degree to a complete master’s degree. Additionally, we offer courses online and in English, making the program options widely accessible. 

If you are considering how to take your career or skillet to the next level, attend this webinar to discover the value this program delivers. Hear Ricardo Perera, a UPM professor, and the alum perspective from a recently graduated student.

What You Will Learn

  • Get an overview and learn the structure of the master’s degree Program in Numerical Simulation with Ansys offered by the Technical University of Madrid (UPM). 
  • Explore the various programs and curricula offered by UPM as part of the online master’s degree. 
  • Hear a former student’s experience going through the program and learn how the degree supported their future career development. 

Who Should Attend

This webinar is for students or engineers looking to expand and validate their simulation skillset. Sign up for this special presentation.

Speaker

Ricardo Perera

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