|Type||Short duration, full-time|
|Nominal duration||About one year for a full program (four months per semester) and four/five weeks for individual modules|
|Tuition fee||€250 per semester
The fee of €250.00 refers to the complete semester of the DIGIMAN Program, including 5 modules (This first edition of 2021/2022 is subsidized by EIT Manufacturing. Later editions will be offered at the full price).
|Course fee||€75 one-time
The fee of €75.00 refers to the DIGIMAN individual Modules (This first edition of 2021/2022 is subsidized by EIT Manufacturing. Later editions will be offered at the full price).
You can attend DIGIMAN master programme if you have one of the following titles:
- At least 5 years of professional experiences in the Manufacturing sector
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
Scan and upload original copies of the following documents in your application
For University degree, please, upload your diploma in original language and in English.
Language proficiency will be evaluated through:
- an internationally recognized English test (IELTS, TOFL etc.), if you have any
- if you don’t have an internationally recognized English test, the selection committee will evaluate your English proficiency through your motivation letter language and a web interview.
At least 1 reference(s) should be provided.
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
ATTENTION: In the case of application for INDIVIDUAL MODULES, the applicant should clear indentify the DIGIMAN Module within the Motivation Letter.
Advanced Studies in Digitalisation of Manufacturing
DIGIMAN aims at contributing to successfully shaping workforce transformation by developing a post-graduation for the future T-shaped professionals with a combination of high-tech skills (cyber-physical systems and IoT, analytics and machine learning, robotics and Artificial Intelligence, lean 4.0) and general skills across multiple domains (creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship, etc.).
DIGIMAN trains professionals that will contribute to a wider implementation of advanced manufacturing technologies with the provision of the right skills. DIGIMAN targets engineers and managers with professional experience and offers to upgrade their knowledge with new expertise on industry 4.0 and improve their qualifications.
For more information visit our webpage or send us email to firstname.lastname@example.org
DIGIMAN is organised in 2 semesters, with 5 courses in each semester, and will be delivered using the EIT Manufacturing Skills.move platform.
The first semester will take place from November until December 2021 and will include the following modules (4 scientific and 1 transversal):
MODULE 01 – Cyber-physical systems (CPS) and Internet of Things (IoT).
MODULE 02 – Industrial Robotics.
MODULE 03 – Data Analytics and Machine Learning for Manufacturing: Fundamentals (Applications open until November 19th).
MODULE 04 – Human-Robot Collaboration.
MODULE 05 – Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
The second semester of the course starts on March 14th and finishes on June 30th 2022 and contains five modules (4 scientific and 1 transversal). Participants may apply for the 5 modules of the second semester or also enroll in any of the modules separately. Modules cover the following topics:
MODULE 06 – “Data Analytics and Machine Learning for Manufacturing : industrial applications” will be held between 14 March 2022 and 17 April 2022
MODULE 07 – “Digital twin and simulation for smart manufacturing” and
MODULE 09 – “Human-Robot Collaboration” will be held between 25 April 2022 and 28 May 2022
MODULE 08 – “Cyber-physical systems and Internet of Things in Manufacturing”. and
MODULE 10 – “Product/service Vision and Customer Development” will be held between 6 June and 30 June 2022.
ATTENTION: In the case of application for INDIVIDUAL MODULES, the applicant should clearly indicate the modules.
The five modules in the second semester requires around 75 hours of effort, that is 15 hours of synchronous and asynchronous activities per module, including: 6 hours of lectures and teaching,
3 hours of pre-recorded videos and 6 hours of individual/team additional work and evaluation which will be used to assess the students’ learning outcomes.
For more information visit our webpage on LinkedIn and for more information regarding the modules, send us email at email@example.com