Educational guide 
School of Engineering
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Study programmes

Double degree in Electrical Engineering/Electro., Industrial and Automatic
Double degree in Biotechnology and Computer Engineering (2014)
Degree of Electrical Engineering (2010)
Degree of Electronic and Automation Engineering (2010)
Degree of Computer engineering (2010)
Degree of Telematics engineering (2010)

Master's degree
Computer Engineering and Mathematics (2013)
Electronic Engineering (2010)
Engineering and Technology of Electronic Systems (2014)
Industrial Engineering (2013)
Computer Engineering: Computer Security and Intelligent Systems (2013)
Artificial Intelligence (2012)
Security of the Information and Communication Technologies (2011)
Computer security and intelligent systems (2010)

1st Cycle
Engineering in Computer Management (1998)
Engineering in Computer Systems (1998)
Telecommunications Engineering specializing in Telematics (2003)
Industrial Engineering: Electricity (2002)
Industrial Engineering: Industrial Electronics (2002)

2nd Cycle
Computer engineering (1997)


The School of Engineering (ETSE) of the URV aims to be a centre that combines all the information and communication technologies (ICT), in the broadest sense of the term, ranging from the informatics of electricity, electronics, and automatics to telematics.

The vocation of the ETSE is to generate professionals and knowledge that can make a solid contribution to improving the socio-economic environment. ETSE does not restrict its horizon to the immediate environment, but aims to cover the whole European sphere, both as far as student and scientific exchanges are concerned, and research projects.

Our teaching project aims to be always up to date. This is particularly difficult in engineering, so one of our main priorities is to keep in permanent and fluid contact with industry and services in the ICT services.

To achieve our aims, we have state-of-the-art facilities, with a personalised climate of communication between students and lecturers, and the teaching and research are carried out with enthusiasm, quality and future vision. Please come and see for yourself.

Domènec Puig i Valls
Director of the School of Engineering (ETSE)