Master in Informatics Engineering

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The master’s degree provides its graduates with the knowledge and hands-on experience in a wide range of information technology fields: from cloud computing to security, from computer graphics to information systems, with a focus on IT management and leadership. Graduates become the “Swiss Army knife” of IT in the organizations where they work.

Coordinator: Oscar Romero Moral - (Vice-dean for Postgraduate Courses)




Three semesters - Full time. 90 ECTS. Face-to-face


Full-time: 20h lectures, 20h personal work per week
Part-time: half of full-time.
Lectures are mainly in the afternoon (14-20 h).



Further information


This master’s degree is the right degree not just for holders of a bachelor's degree in Informatics Engineering but also for graduates in related fields in either Engineering (e.g., Electrical, Industrial and Telecommunications Engineering, ...) or Science (e.g., Mathematics and Physics, ...) who pursue a deeper knowledge in information technology and its applications.

Enrolment Order

The enrolment order will only be calculated for students who have been enrolled in the previous quarter; the rest of them will have to enrol when all the students with enrolment order have done it, the last day. For any exception, you must talk to the Vice-dean of Postgraduate Studies.

Calculation of the enrolment order


CM: Number of credits for enrolled subjects in the last two semesters.
CA: Number of credits for subjects approved in the last two semesters. Only credits of subjects with a grade greater than or equal to 5.0 are counted as approved.
NM: Average grade of the subjects taken in the last two semesters, weighted by credits.

The calculation of CM, CA and NM takes into account the subjects of the curriculum, the curricular internships and the final project.

In the case of students who have only completed the last of the last two semesters in the Faculty, the number of credits approved and enrolled in their only semester is multiplied by 2 for the purposes of calculating CM, CA and NM.

Criteria for calculating the enrolment order

The criteria for establishing the enrolment order are:

  1. Annual performance parameter (CA / CM) with two decimals.
  2. In the case of tie according to the criterion (1), students with the highest CA value enrol first.
  3. In case of tie according to the criteria (1) and (2), students with the highest value of NM enrol first.

The criteria for establishing the enrolment order (in Catalan)

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