25% of the content of the undergraduate and master's degrees is shared by students from different programs.
Focus on research
The development of a culture of bottom-up interdisciplinary research makes it possible to promote highly inspirational, interdisciplinary research projects.
First-rate projects and research promote contact between the professors and students at our School and a number of different countries around the world.
Contact with students
Personal academic mentoring ensures that we are able provide this attention and channel the opportunities generated by the defining features of the School and each group: research groups, international internships and exchange programs.
In degree programs with an applied approach, students undertake national and international internship programs to enrich their training.