The Universidad Pontificia Comillas and Gestamp offer this innovative master in international project management in the automotive industry, combining academic excellence with industrial and internationalization experience.
The Master in International Industrial Project Management offer this postgraduate program focus on:
The automobile sector is one of the basic pillars of growth in modern economies, and plays a key role in the process of industrialization as it demands supplies and services from a great number of industrial sectors. Its constant innovation and competitiveness has made it especially attractive for new generations of graduates.
From a technological point of view the automobile industry is one of the most advanced in regards to the application of technologies and production procedures resulting in increased productivity and cost reduction, majorly contributing to the competitiveness of companies in the sector.
Being one of the most globalized markets in the economy, the automotive industry's projects need to be developed on an international scale, requiring integrated management that combines all the aspects of technology and production, as well as business management, strategy and human resources.
The Universidad Pontificia Comillas and Gestamp are offering this Master in order to respond to the need of developing professionals who are exposed to international project management in the automotive sector.
Gestamp is an international group dedicated to the design, development and manufacture of metal components and structural systems for the automotive industry.
Gestamp offers a wide variety of products and technologies to the principal OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturer), responding to their requirements in weight reduction and increased security.
Gestamp is present in 21 countries in Europe, Asia and America; having over 94 industrial sites, in which it manufactures components for clients such as GM, Renault, Peugeot, VW, BMW or Audi, among others.
It has more than 32.000 employees worldwide and its turnover in 2014 was 6 billion Euros.