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Bachelor's degree in Audiovisual Systems Engineering


The bachelor's degree in Audiovisual Systems Engineering of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya offers advanced multidisciplinary training that qualifies graduates for professional practice as technical telecommunications engineers, in accordance with prevailing legislation (Order CIN/352/2009), of 9 February.


This bachelor's degree corresponds to a regulated profession and confers a specific set of professional competencies. The labour market needs professionals with the competencies that are essential to fulfil this role in the telecommunications sector, both in the administration and in public and private companies. Graduates of the bachelor's degree in Audiovisual Systems Engineering have traditionally been very well received in national and international companies.

Reasons for taking the bachelor’s degree

This bachelor's degree provides the cross-disciplinary skills needed to conceive, design, implement and operate products, systems and services in the field of audiovisual systems engineering, particularly acoustics, image, audio, video and multimedia. You will tackle the fundamentals and applications of audio, video and multimedia systems and acquire techniques for analysing and synthesising electrical and electronic circuits and for digital and analogue communications. You will specialise in acoustics and sound systems, digital signal processing, communications systems, electronic equipment and devices, and multimedia techniques.


 Frequently asked questions on bachelor's degrees


Who is it for?

This bachelor's degree is aimed at secondary school or training cycle students who have passed the university entrance exams and who wish to complete their education to become technical telecommunications engineers.

General information

Qualification type: Official bachelor's degree. Recorded in the Ministry of Education's degree register..

Start dateAutumn.

Duration and study load: 4 years, 240 ECTS credits (60 ECTS credits/academic year)

Timetable and delivery: Face-to-face Subjects are taught in the afternoon in the autumn or spring semester, following the curriculum. Specialisation subjects are only taught in the autumn semester. All the activities are face-to-face.

Fees, grants and financial aid: Consult the fees for bachelor's degrees..  
Consult the reduction percentage based on income (grants and payment options)

Languages of instruction: Check the language in which a subject is taught in the course guide in the curriculum and in the group timetables.
Information on  language use in the classroom and students' language rights

Academic coordinator: Sisco Vallverdú