The final project consists of the realisation, presentation, and defence of an original project, carried out individually, before a university tribunal. This project will cover the field of intelligent robotic systems, within which the competences acquired in the different subjects will be drawn together. Students will have the opportunity to join research groups and specialised companies working in the sector at an international level to carry out this final master's degree project.
The MIRS Master’s is closely linked to the Erasmus Mundus Master in Intelligent Field Robotic (IFROS). The IFROS is a 120 ECTS master's degree, linked to Erasmus Mundus since 2020, coordinated by the University of Girona (UdG) together with the University of Zagreb (UNIZG, Croatia) and Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE, Hungary), and with a wide range of partner institutions that offer numerous opportunities for undertaking master's theses. Notably, there is a wide range of mobility options with universities collaborating in the IFROS master’s degree as well as specialized companies at a national and global level. The MIRS master's degree corresponds to the first year of the current IFROS master's degree and students will learn together and will take the same subjects.