Mechanical Engineering has been admitted to the consortium of universities CDIO

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Educación  Mechanical Engineering CDIOThe CDIO initiative is a concept of education in engineering and reconciles the theoretical training practice considering that the exercise of the profession is based on the conception, design, implementation and operation of complex engineering systems. It is rich in student projects complemented by industrial practices. In CDIO, emphasis is made on the active learning based on problems and projects, making use of environments, tools and methodologies that promote the development of specific skills and discipline skills like teamwork. The objectives of the CDIO initiative are training for domain of science in which the profession is founded, preparing to lead production services, products and systems and orientation of future researchers who contribute to the development of their profession.

The inclusion in this group of universities will allow the program to be nurtured by experiences from universities that are leaders in several fields of engineering, enhancing the level of our graduates. The CDIO consortium is divided into 7 regions and has more than 120 institutions among which include Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford University, University of Calgary, Lancaster University, Beijing Jiaotong University, Politecnico di Milano, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (BCN Telecom). In Latin America currently it has 11 member universities such as Universidad de Chile, Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, School of Engineering of Antioquia (EIA) among others.

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