Educational guide 
School of Engineering
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Study programmes

Double degree in Biomedical and Telecommunication Engineering (2019)
Double degree in Electrical Engineering/Electro., Ind. and Automatic (2014)
Double degree in Business Admin. and Manag. and Tech. for Developing Web...
Double degree in Biotechnology and Computer Engineering (2014)
Bachelor's Degree in Biomedical Engineering (2017)
Bach. Degree in Telecommunication Systems and Services Engineering (2016)
Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering (2010)
Bachelor's Degree in Electronic and Automation Engineering (2010)
Bachelor's Degree in Computer engineering (2010)
Bac. Degree in Techniques for Developing Web and Mobiles Applications(2018)

Master's degree
Computer Security Engineering and Artificial Intelligence (2016)
Computer Security Engineering and Artificial Intelligence (2016) - Online
Computational Engineering and Mathematics (2013)
Industrial Engineering (2013)
Artificial Intelligence (2012)
Electric Vehicle Technologies (2018)

Attention: In extraordinary circumstances and in response to instructions from the health authorities, the URV may change the type of teaching and assessment to adapt to the circumstances at any one time as a result of the declaration of the state of alarm and the measures taken to avoid contagion by COVID-19 during the academic year 2020-21.

To find out how your degree will be taught, we recommend that you read the section "ADAPTION OF TEACHING TO THE NEW NORMALITY FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-21 AS A RESULT OF COVID-19."

The information in the guides may vary until the first day of enrolment, which is 15 July for master's degrees and 28 July for bachelor's degrees.


Governing bodies

The ETSE's governing body is the School Board which, according to article 61 of the new URV Statute, has the following functions, among others:

  • To elect the director and agree to his/her abrogation.
  • To approve the general lines of activity of the School.
  • To approve the annual report
  • To draw up proposals for the School's regulations and to propose modifications
  • To draw up the curricula of the courses and the activity of the teaching staff.
  • To guarantee that students progress academically and attain the educational objectives defined in the curriculum.
  • To draw up and apply tutorial and monitoring programmes for the students.
  • To guarantee the quality of teaching, services and student information.
  • To plan how to use funds, establish general guidelines about how they are to be administrated and to be informed on a regular basis about the decisions taken by the director.
  • To create delegate committees and other advisory bodies and determine their composition.

Article 5 of the ETSE regulations states that the Board can consist of a maximum of 50 members and that its composition is the following:

  • The director of the School, the deputy director, the heads of the study programmes and the secretary.
  • The heads of department who are responsible for at least one-third of the total teaching load on any one of the study programmes belonging to the School of Engineering
  • A representation of 31 members of the teaching and research staff affiliated to the School, including the ex officio members envisaged in sections a) and b), elected by and from among this group.