International Semester

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Courses taught in English in 2023/2024

Area

Acronym

Name

ECTS

Semester1

UVa course code

Electronics

DE

Digital Electronics

6

1

48072

Signal Theory & Communications

FML

Fundamentals of Machine Learning

6

1

75097

ICTA

Information and communications technology in automotive industry

6

1

46675

WTS

Wireless Telecommunication Systems

6

2

45045

ISP

Introduction To Signal Processing

6

2

75105

Mathematics

AM

Advanced Mathematics

6

2

48068

NA

Numerical Algorithms

6

1

45032

Economy

ECO

Introduction to business economics and administration

6

1

45010

Signal Theory, Communications,
Telematic Engineering and

Electronics

PROJECT2

Bachelor’s degree final project

6

1 or 2

 
45036

 

Bachelor’s degree final project

12

1 or 2

46683 or 46684 or 46680

 

Internship

6

1 or 2

45035

Master’s degree final project

12

1 or 2

53817

1 1:    Autumn (lectures from September 10 to December 20, 2024; exams from January 8 to February 7, 2025)

   2:   Spring (lectures from February 10 to May 29, 2025; exams from June 2 to June 30)

2 PROJECT: students can choose one final project with or without internship. The duration of the project (i.e., number of ECTS) can be taylored to the academic needs of your origin institution.

Project

Students of the International Semester can do their degree’s final project with us. This can imply taking two UVa courses: one of the available bachelor’s or master’s final project (course codes and different effort in ECTS vary among the programs we offer), optionally complemented by an internship in the research group to make a deeper final project. The project can be taken in any of the two semesters and it is also possible to take it during the full year.

Students will have to develop a project in the area of Telecommunications. Two departments will offer projects to international students: Signal Theory, Communications and Telematic Engineering, and Electronics.

When a student wants to take a project, she/he must contact the ETSIT International Coordinator (IC) (subdireccion.relaciones.tel@uva.es) and send him both a Curriculum Vitae and a list of areas of interest. If the CRI considers that she/he is eligible, the IC will distribute the CV between the different research groups working in the areas suggested by the students. Research groups interested in the students will contact her/him directly and offer different topics for the project. When the student reaches an agreement with the research group, she/he will contact the IC and the research group to confirm the agreement. This process has to be completed before signing any learning agreement.

Maximum number of students in each course

The maximum number of students enrolled in each course is 20.

English level for students

All students are required a B2 level of English.

Location

Classes will be planned in ETSITs rooms (classroom and laboratories). The project will be taken in the premises of each research group.


Class schedule

 

Autumn Semester

 

 

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

 

9h

FML

A107

FML

A107

ICTA

1L013/1L014

DE

A107



10h

FML

A107

FML

A107

ICTA

1L013/1L014

DE

A107


11h

NA

A107/2L001

DE

A107/1L020

ICTA

1L013/1L014

NA

A107


12h

NA

A107/2L001

DE

A107/1L020

ICTA

1L013/1L014

NA

A107


13h

 

 

 

 

 

14h

 

 

 

 

 

15h

 

 

 

 

 

16h

 

 

ECO

A107

ECO

A107

 

17h

 

 

ECO

A107

ECO

A107

 

18h

 

 

 

 

 

19h

 

 

 

 

 


 

Spring Semester

 

 

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

 

9h

 

 

ISP

A108

ISP

2L003

 

 

10h

 

 

ISP

A108

ISP

2L003

 

 

11h

 

 

AM

A108

AM

A108/2L003

 

 

12h

 

 

AM

A108

AM

A108/2L003

 

 

13h

 

 

 

 

 

 

14h

 

 

 

 

 

 

15h

 

 

 

 

 


16h

 


WTS

A107

 

 

17h

 


WTS

A107

 

 

 

18h

 

 

 


WTS

2L004-5

 

19h

 

 

 


WTS

2L004-5




Exam schedule

Students have two opportunities to pass the courses. The first (“ordinary” call) will be either a final exam or a set of intermediate exams or reports during the course. The second (“resit”) will always be a final exam or report and will only apply if a student fails in the first call.

 

Autum Semester

Course

Ordinary call

Resit

DE

Jan 13, morning & afternoon

Jan 30, morning & afternoon

FML

Interim reports

Final report

NA

Jan 8, afternoon

Feb 9, afternoon

ECO

Jan 9, morning

Jan 27, afternoon

ICTA

Jan 15, morning

Feb 3, morning

 

Spring Semester

Course

Ordinary call

Resit

AM

Jun 12, morning

Jun 30, morning

WTS

Jun 13, afternoon

Jun 27, afternoon

ISP

Jun 4, afternoon

Jun 18, afternoon

Contact

ETSIT International Coordinator (CRI) is Eduardo Gómez Sánchez:
subdireccion.relaciones.tel@uva.es


Fecha de revisión: 15-07-2024

Sitio en español / English site


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