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Bachelor’s degree in Informatics Engineering

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The Bachelor's degree in Informatics Engineering taught at the UPC campus in Vilanova i la Geltrú (major in Information Technology) will train you in the fields of programming, computer architectures and networks, internet, operating systems and information management. You will learn how to conceive systems, applications and services based on these technologies.

 

What can I learn by taking the bachelor's degree in Informatics Engineering on the UPC Vilanova Campus?

Data Engineering

Data Engineering

You will learn how to apply artificial intelligence techniques to retrieve and process information and extract knowledge from large amounts of data and to deploy smart scenario, management technologies, particularly those that focus on smart cities.

Mobile Technologies

Mobile Technologies

You will get to know the current technologies and standards behind mobile and web applications from three complementary perspectives: service servers, cross platform and adaptive clients of harware and the wireles networks that connect them.

ICT and Business

ICT and Business

You will understand the basics of business management by linking ICT and business and acquire entrepreneurial skills. An economic and humanistic framework is developed to evaluate the consequences of business decisions

Access information and curriculum of the Degree in Informatics Engineering

Duration
4 years
Study load
240 ECTS credits (including the bachelor’s thesis). One credit is equivalent to 25-30 hours of study.
Delivery
Face-to-face. It is recommended that students attend class with a personal computer.
Minimum entrance mark (2020-2021 academic year)
8.356
Timetable
Mornings 
Fees and grants
Approximate fees per academic year: €1,769 Consult the public fees system based on income (grants and payment options)
Official degree
Recorded in the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities’ degree register
Coordinator of the bachelor’s degree
Jordi Esteve Cusine

Weighting of university entrance examinations (PAU)

Subject weighting table for the specific stage

Places

50

Admission

Entrance routes, pre-enrolment and enrolment.

Validation of higher training cycles (CFGS)

Validation of higher training cycles (CFGS)

Legalisation of documents

All documents issued in countries outside the European Union must be legalised through diplomatic channels or carry the corresponding apostille.

Seventh semester

  • Optional 30

Eighth semester

  • Optional 12
  • Bachelor's thesis18
  • Obligatory180 ECTS
  • Optional42 ECTS
  • Bachelor's thesis18 ECTS
  • TOTAL240 ECTS

Check the recommendations for the order of enrollment of the subjects, as well as the semester in which teaching is offered. Semester 1 (Q1) runs from September to January and Semester 2 (Q2) runs from February to June.

 

Optional credits can be obtained by taking optional subjects or by other means.

 

Specific optional subjects of the Bachelor's Degree in Informatics Engineering

 

Cross-curricular electives

  • Industry 4.0 Itinerary
  • Social Itinery
  • Teams itinerary
  • Internationalization Itinerary

If the 18 credits of the same itinerary are exceeded, an accrediting diploma will be issued, upon request to the SIAE, through the Demana.

 

Regulated profession

This bachelor’s degree / master’s degree is part of an integrated programme that qualifies graduates to practise regulated professions.

Major in Information Technologies

Tutorial action on each degree is conceived as a service for students in which tutors guide, inform and advise them on how the University works and how it is regulated.

Their main functions are listed below.

In the Tutorial Action Plan, each student on each degree is assigned a tutor from the group of tutors for the corresponding stage:

Tutors for the initial stage teach in the first half of the degree and tutors for the final stage teach in the second half of the degree.

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