Program Constituencies

The program constituencies are:

•         Program students (current, visiting and potential).

The formative program provides the tools necessary to the students to be able to develop his professional career inside the professional chosen field, allows them to adapt constant to the new technologies and to the constant development of the sciences and of the engineering, prepares them for the investigation, the business management and for the application of the legislation.

Across surveys of Satisfaction of the Students of the UPM (Formative Process, Facilities and Services for the Formative Process, Practices in Companies, Labor Orientation and Mobility, General Services, of University Extension and for the Participation) as well as of personal interviews, there is obtained information about the needs and problems that the students confront, which allows a constant improvement of the quality of the program.

•         School staff (faculty and support).

Through theQuality Assurance System, The Mine has ETSIME has internal procedures that allow analysis of results, from which the state takes a diagnosis which is the training program.

Theteaching and research staff (PDI) and administrative and service staff (PAS), are entrusted with the provision of all services that the School offers to its customers. This makes them an important interest group whose customer focus and professional development are critical to fulfilling the Mission and achieving the Vision of the School.

School teachers check through the indicators in use at the System Quality Management subjects how their skills fit the Mining Engineers Program.

•         School dean and vice-deans.

The Director of theETSIME, as ultimately responsible for the system of quality Management, is responsible for ensuring that the skills and competencies of Mining Engineering ordinances conform to the UPM, for it has the Presentation Studies / Committee of Experts, which advises on changes and updates to the training by preparing a report with the School Board, representative body that approves it and the general lines of its scope.

•         UPM government team.

The governing bodiesof the UPM are the most responsible for the training program content meets regulated by Ministerial Order 10/12/1993 29/12/1993 BOE.

•         Employers.

Employershave young engineers with adequate preparation to develop their work in various fields related to mining engineering, with a comprehensive education that gives them cross-cutting skills, initiative, teamwork, leadership, etc.

Employersof graduates are one of the main components of the program, so that program objectives are based primarily on the needs of employers.

Theinformation about what businesses demand of graduates from the ETSIME is obtained in various ways, one of which is the Advisory Board of the Directorate, this governing body ensures permanent coordination between the academic and social demands School.

The College ofEngineering also conducts surveys to collect information on the demands of the companies that employ mining engineers. In December 2009, commissioned by the Council of Colleges of Mining Engineers of the report was made, "Evaluation of the current situation and prospects of training and employability of Mining Engineers."

On the other hand, are surveyed temporary employment and public employment agencies.

•         Alumni.

Is obtainedfeedback to the training program having prospects and advice School alumni, this will use surveys and personal encounters made by the College of Mining Engineers and the Association of Alumni of the ETSIME.