ETSIT / UVa |
UVa course code
Signal Theory & Communications
Fundamentals of Machine Learning
Information and communications technology in automotive industry
Wireless Telecommunication Systems
Introduction to business economics and administration
Signal Theory, Communications, Telematic Engineering and
Bachelor’s degree final project
1 or 2
46683 or 46684 or 46680
Master’s degree final project
1 1: Autumn (lectures from September 5 to December 22, 2022; exams from January 9 to February 10, 2023)
2: Spring (lectures from February 13 to June 2, 2023; exams from June 5 to June 30)
2 PROJECT: students can choose one final project with or without internship, using the appropriate course codes, to make a combination 6, 12 or 18 ECTS.
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) (email@example.com) 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.
The maximum number of admitted student in each course is 20.
All students are required a B2 level of English.
Classes will be planned in ETSITs rooms (classroom and laboratories). The project will be taken in the premises of each research group.
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 (“extraordinary” call) will always be a final exam or report and will only apply if a student fails in the first call.
Jan 10, morning & afternoon
Jan 31, morning & afternoon
Feb 10, morning
Jan 18, afternoon
Feb 8, afternoon
Jan 17, morning
Feb 7, morning
Jan 19, morning
Feb 9, morning
Jan 21, morning
Feb 11, morning
Jun 17, afternoon
Jul 4, afternoon
ETSIT International Coordinator (CRI) is Eduardo Gómez Sánchez: firstname.lastname@example.org