At UDIT, University of Design and Technology, we have been training professionals in the Creative Industry for over 20 years. We have a solid university training project endorsed by the main national and international institutions and companies.
Currently, more than 2,200 students enjoy their creative passion without limits in 13,000 m2 of cutting-edge spaces and facilities. You will find a close, open, and diverse university where you can develop your vocation.
CAMPUS AND FACILITIES
UDIT is located in the Chamartín neighborhood in Madrid. Our campus covers 13,000 square meters distributed across three buildings. The facilities also include another building in the nearby Arturo Soria area, which houses the UDIT vocational training center.
The campus features theoretical and practical classrooms, as well as technological laboratories to carry out any project. We have an auditorium with a capacity of over 350 people, a cafeteria with an outdoor terrace, a library, and study areas. The campus is open from 8:00 am to 9:00 pm from Monday to Friday. Students can make use of the facilities and have access to all the university’s resources.
Materials Library & Research
Thanks to the agreement with Material ConneXion, we are the only university in Spain with a physical and online archive of innovative and sustainable materials.
A digital manufacturing and experimentation laboratory with state-of-the-art equipment and machinery. Some of them are unique in Spanish universities, such as the 3 x 2 x 2-meter multimaterial 3D printer.
UDIT has 11 high-performance computer labs, updated according to the pace of technological evolution. They include Wacom Cintiq graphic tablet rooms, a Mac room, and high-processing PC labs.
UDIT provides its students with industrial pattern-making software that increases textile productivity, quality, and garment customization, providing greater speed and quality in the final pattern-making process as it facilitates scaling, marking, and cutting.
UDIT offers its students a multimedia laboratory equipped with professional audiovisual production equipment: digital video and photography cameras from Canon, Nikon, and JVC, lights and flashes, microphones and sound recorders, boom poles, green screens, tripods, video software, etc.
Japanese software and hardware from Shima Seiki that allows obtaining a virtual prototype of a fabric or garment before its production, by applying a three-dimensional pattern to an avatar.