Polytechnic School

Recognised academic transfer credits

in bachelor's degree studies

You can obtain recognised transfer credits for participation in joint activities with the UdG or activities organised by the Polytechnic.

Activities recognised by the Polytechnic School

Below you will find the activities offered this year in each section.

  • Contact the person in charge of the activity to sign up
  • Once the task has been completed, the credit(s) will be added to your record. This needs to be validated.

Certificate: Professional skills training

Duration: 20 hours

Recognised academic transfer credits: 2 credits

Enrolments: cetig@cetig.cat

Places: 50

Dates:  28 March / 4, 11 and 25 April / 2, 9, 16 and 23 May

Timetable: 17.30 to 20.00

Venue: PS lecture room or College of Graduate Engineers and Industrial Technical Engineers of Girona lecture room (to be confirmed).

Objectives

Providing students with specific knowledge related to the professional activities performed by graduates of the Bachelor's Degree in Engineering in the Industrial Branch: Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Electronic Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Industrial Technologies, Biomedicine, etc. among others, to familiarise them with the competences, attributes and responsibilities of a professional Engineer.

To know the main areas of activity for Bachelor's Degree in Engineering graduates in the Industrial Sector and the generic aspects of legislation applicable to exercising the profession in any way, as a professional, as a company, working for someone else, in the public administration (local, provincial, autonomous, governmental, teaching, etc.)

The position of Engineering students in society from the professional and social perspective, to make them aware of the impact of their actions on society, to introduce elements affected when exercising the profession, in short to familiarise students with the reality of the profession, the work and the market.

Programme
1.- How to exercise the profession of engineer

Carrying out professional activity
• Natural person
Self-employed
Employed
• Legal Person
Professional societies
Professional Civil Liability policy
Collegiate membership

2.- Legislation and regulations. Attributes

3.- Professional areas

Professors:  Jordi Fabrellas and M. Àngels Pita

Assessment: attendance and participation as well as an assignment summarising the acquired knowledge (maximum 3 pages)

Aimed at: students of the Bachelor's Degree in Engineering in the industrial sector (mechanical, chemical, industrial electronics, electrical, biomedical, industrial technologies, etc.)

Description: The aim of the course is to learn how to manage a complete architectural project in BIM (Building Information Modelling)

It consists of Level I, II and practicals

Location: CECAM Celrà - Association of Quantity Surveyors, Technical Architects and Building Engineers (CAATEEGI)

Places: 20 for each level

Places: 28 places for each level

Academic-recognition credits: 2 credits for each level

Registrations: ester.gifra@udg.edu

In charge: Esther Gifra Bassó

AUTODESK REVIT course Level I
February - March, 20 places (2 credits - 28 hours)

In charge: Esther Gifra Bassó
Credits: 2 credits 
Hours: 28
Places: 20
Dates:13, 20 and 27 February and 6, 13, 20 and 27 March
Timetable: 4 pm-8 pm
Application: email the lecturers in charge:
Aimed at: students of the Bachelor's degree in Architectural Technology and Building Construction
Activity description:
Introducing BIM (Building Information Modelling) to design students. Carrying out and managing a complete architectural project with Autodesk Revit Architecture software.  

AUTODESK REVIT course
April - May 20 places (2 credits - 28 hours)

In charge: Esther Gifra Bassó
Credits: 2 credits
Hours: 28
Places: 20
Dates: 3, 10, 17 and 24 April and 8, 15, 22 May
Timetable: 4 pm-8 pm
Application: email the lecturers in charge:
Aimed at: students of the Bachelor's degree in Architectural Technology and Building Construction
Activity description:
The aim of the course is to learn how to manage a complete architectural project in BIM (Building Information Modelling), through the use of Autodesk Revit Architecture software. 

AUTODESK REVIT course Practical
April - May - July, 20 places (2 credits - 28 hours)

In charge: Esther Gifra Bassó
Credits: 2 credits 
Hours:28
Places: 20
Dates: 29 April, 2,12,19 and 26 May and 3 and 10 July
Timetable: 4 pm-8 pm
Application: email the lecturers in charge:
Aimed at: students of the Bachelor's degree in Architectural Technology and Building Construction
Activity description:
The aim of the course is for students to learn how to manage a complete architectural project in BIM (Building Information Modelling), through the use of Autodesk Revit Architecture software, carrying out a practical exercise. Students must have taken at least the Level 1 AUTODESK REVIT course.

Support tasks for teachers to prepare educational materials 
Number of credits: 1 every 25 h
Eligible bachelor's degrees: all of them.
Teachers aiming to offer an activity in this section will need to send their proposals to the Assistant Student Manager, Mei Calm.

Teaching support for Degree Projects in Architecture courses.
March - April 2019; 5 places; 1 credit per 25 hours

Lecturers in charge: Josep Fuses and Maria Pia Fontana 
Credits: 1 credit for every 25 hours of dedication 
Places: 5 
Timetable: mornings, adaptable according to class timetables
Applications: email the lecturers in charge at: josep.fuses@udg.edu or mariapia.fontana@udg.edu
Aimed at: students registered in the Bachelor's degree in Architectural Studies 

Tasks: 
Cataloguing of the material of the courses of projects of the last 5 years, to elaborate a theoretical collection of the proposals in order to make diffusion among the students of the study. Graphic design of materials and handouts. 

Support for teaching staff to prepare educational materials in the area of EPF
First semester academic year 2018-2019; 3 places; 1 credit; 25 hours

Person responsible: Maria Luisa Garcia-Romeu
Credits: 1 per 25 hours

Application: send an email to mluisa.gromeu@udg.edu:
Tasks:

  • Compiling problems in the subjects related to manufacturing technologies
  • Methodological review and check 

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  • Creation of dossiers of problems in digital format
  • English-Catalan translation to create material for practicals

Aimed at GETI students

Dates: First semester of 2018-2019

Hours: 09.00 to 13.30 - 15.00 to 16.30


Materials preparation for the subject conceptual design of video games
First semester academic year 2018-2019; 5 places; 1 credit; 25 hours

Given by: Imma Boada i Oliveras 

Credits: 1 per 25 hours

To apply: send an email toimma.boada@udg.edu

Tasks: Preparing examples of video game design documents based on a specific game.

Aimed at students on the Bachelor's degree in Design and Development of Video Games
Dates: First semester 2018-2019
Timetable: to be agreed with the student

Support tasks for PMT1 teaching staff
2 places; 2 credits; 50 hours;

Lecturer in charge: Marta Fort and Masdevall
Apply to: marta.fort@udg.edu
Credits: 2 credits for 50 hours
Tasks: Supporting MTP1 lab classes by helping to clear up students’ queries

Period: of from 1 October to 21 December 
Timetable: 40 hours during the MTP1 course's lab hours and 10 to be agreed on

Aimed at of 4th- or 3rd-year Bachelor’s degree students in Computer Engineering or Design and Development of Video Games, with a good command of the programming courses. 

Support tasks for PMT2 teaching staff
1 place; 1 credit; 25 hours;

Given by: Miquel Feixas i Feixas
Apply to: miquel.feixas@udg.edu
Credits: 1 credit 
Tasks: Supporting students with methodology and technology for programming 2 by resolving programming queries 

Time frame: 11 February to 14 June 
Timetable: 2 hours per week to be confirmed 

Aimed at: Preferably 3rd or 4th year students on the Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering or the Bachelor's Degree in Design and Development of Video Games with a good command of programming subjects

Improving subject content and structure: Fluid mechanics engineering
1 place, 2 credits, 50 hours

Lecturer in charge: Josep Ramon González Castro
Apply to: joseramon.gonzalez@udg.edu 
Credits: 2 total 50 hours
Number of Place: 1 student

Tasks: Preparation of educational material: notes and presentations in the Latex and/or LYX environment relating to the subject Fluid Mechanics Engineering. Preparation of some experiments/simulations from the Laboratory of Computational Fluid Mechanics related to the course.

Requirements: Average knowledge of Latex and/or LYX for developing these tasks. Desire to work on issues related to hydraulics

Aimed at any PS student.


Improving subject content and structure: Fluid Mechanics Systems
1 place, 2 credits, 50 hours

Lecturer in charge: Josep Ramon González Castro
Apply to: joseramon.gonzalez@udg.edu
Credits: 2 total 50 hours
Number of Place: 1 student

Tasks: Preparation of educational material: notes and presentations in the Latex and/or LYX environment for the subject Fluid Mechanics Systems Preparation of some Fluid Mechanics laboratory experiments related to this course.

Requirements: Average knowledge of Latex and/or LYX for developing these tasks. Desire to work with issues related to hydraulics.

Aimed at any PS student.



Preparation of educational material for teaching related to graphic expression in engineering
1 place; 3 credits;

Teaching staff in charge: Josep Treserras Picas
Dates: October to February of the current year
Places: 1
Total credits: 3
Eligible bachelor's degrees: BME, BEIT

Preparation of educational material for combustion engine practicals
1 place; 1 credit;

Person in charge: Martí Comamala
Credits: 1 for every 25 hours
Tasks: Preparation of real scale models of internal combustion engines, which allow the total or partial movement
of the parts being studied. The engines or components will be sectioned
with a drill, tape saw or circular saw in the mechanical workshop. It will also be necessary to create illustrative drawings
using Solid Works.

Aimed at students of GEM or GETI (advisable for 3rd-year + students)

Support activities to promote and increase awareness of the school and its courses in compulsory education
Support tasks for teachers to prepare activities 
Number of credits: 1 every 25 h
Eligible bachelor's degrees: all of them.
The teachers aiming to offer an activity in this section, will need to send their proposals to the Assistant Student and Secondary-School Relations Manager.

Collaboration on tasks promoting the Polytechnic in secondary schools
10 places

Teaching staff in charge of the activity: Assistant Student and Promotion Manager, Mei Calm 
Dates: October to May of the current year
It includes taking part in activities such as:

  • accompanying school visits to the Polytechnic School
  • supporting Tecnorepte
  • supporting technology workshops for pre-university students
  • supporting the coordinators at the Open Days (OD)
Number of credits: 1 (may be more according to the total number of dedicated hours)

Tasks promoting agricultural studies
1 place

Teaching staff in charge: commission for the promotion of the agricultural area (contact Jesús Francés)
Dates: October to June of the current year
Tasks:

  • Workshops for secondary school teaching staff and/or for secondary school pupils:
    • The flavours of food
    • We know what we eat
  • TECHNOLOGY talks about agriculture, the agricultural industry and food for secondary schools
  • Informative talks in institutes, explanation of agriculture at the PS-UdG.

Credits: 2 credits

Tasks to promote the Bachelor's Degree in Chemical Engineering
1 place

Teaching staff in charge: José A. Méndez
Dates: October to May of the current year
Tasks:

  • Preparation of material to raise awareness of the course in secondary schools
  • Helping to prepare demonstration workshops
  • Visiting secondary institutes
Credits: 2 credits

Design and implementation of fun and educational innovation activities for raising awareness of mechanical engineering
2 places

Teaching staff in charge: Joan Andreu Mayugo
Dates: October to May of the current year
Tasks:

  • Preparation of material to raise awareness of the course in secondary schools
Credits: between 1-5 credits (depending on the times)

CODECLUB
annual

Workshops to teach programming using Scratch for children between 10 and 12 years old.
2 editions: October to March and March to May of the current year
More information here or at http://codeclubcat.org/
Fill in this form to sign up. For any queries please contact Isabel Planas
Lecturer in charge of the activity: Àngels Merino  (Library) and Assistant Student Manager.

Support tasks relating to management, databases, etc.
Number of credits: 1 cr / 25 hours
Suitable bachelor's degrees: all of them 

Students who wish to carry out these support tasks should present proposals to the School Secretary
Dates: over the whole year
Open activities:

  • creation of an ACCESS database 

Participation in all scheduled activities during the week of the Industrial Forum, which includes a final evaluation of these activities on behalf of the Industrial Forum Management Team. 
Number of credits: 0.5 
Eligible bachelor's degrees: all of them.
Teaching staff in charge: Assistant Student and School Relations Manager.

Preparing material for the workshop. 
Number of credits: 1 
Eligible bachelor's degrees: all of them.
Teaching staff in charge: Xevi Cufí.

Tasks related to the organisation of the FLL; attending training and coordination meetings, setting up materials and spaces for the FLL, resolving queries from participating students, judging the contest. 
Number of credits: 1 
Eligible bachelor's degrees: all of them.
Teaching staff in charge: Xevi Cufí
Applications: November / December 

Activity: January  

 

Representing the UdG Polytechnic in contests related to technological areas, engineering and construction.
Number of credits: accumulated hourly
Eligible bachelor's degrees: all of them.
Teaching staff in charge: Assistant Student Manager  

 

UdG Racing Team

Participation in the UdG Racing Team, Formula Student UdG and Smart Moto Challenge teams.
Number of credits: 1 (max. 6)
Bachelor's degrees this is aimed at: all of them.
Lecturer in charge: Lino Montoro

Organised by departments, institutes or research units at the PS

Number of credits: 1 
Eligible bachelor's degrees: all of them.
Teaching staff who wish to offer an activity in this section should present proposals to the Assistant Academic Manager
Activities in the current year:

 

The Ecological Vegetable Garden course: the foundations of ecological horticulture (9th edition)
2018-2019; 25 places; 68 hours; 3 credits

Lecturer in charge: Montse Casalprim Busquets 
Directed studies: Bachelor's degree in Agri-food Engineering
Course hours: 68
Timetable: Saturday mornings from 9 am to 1 pm
Dates: from 19 January to 19 October 2019 (16 sessions in all)
Places: 25
Location: Can Moragues, headquarters of the Emys Foundation (Ctra. Sta. Coloma, Km. 21, 17421 - Riudarenes)

Participation in the lecture cycle organised in partnership with the Col·legi d'Enginyers Industrials (Association of Industrial Engineers).
Pending updated dates of the cycle

1)   Ensure successful presentation of your bachelor's or master’s thesis

http://www.enginyersbcn.cat/serveis-colegiats/formacio/cursos-activitats/1890/presenta-amb-exit-el-teu-tfg

2)   Being self-employed is a real option

http://www.enginyersbcn.cat/serveis-colegiats/formacio/cursos-activitats/activitat.html?ID=2201

3)   Practical LinkedIn workshop

Number of credits: 1

Organised by departments, institutes or research units at the PS

IAESTE

Placements for university students in foreign companies related to their studies. Students should contact IAESTE Girona to secure a place.
Number of credits: 1.5
Eligible bachelor's degrees: all of them.
Teaching staff in charge: Assistant Student and Promotion Manager .

Participation in an Erasmus Intensive Programme with prior authorisation from PS management.
Number of credits: As indicated in the file. 
Eligible Bachelor's degrees: all of them.
Teaching staff in charge: Assistant Academic Manager.

Participation in the ordinary general meetings of the Sectorial Association of Construction Engineering Students (ASAT), and communication to the rest of BTA student representatives of items discussed during the meetings and of agreements reached.
Number of credits: 1.
Eligible bachelor's degrees: BTA.
Lecturer in charge: Assistant and Quality Student Manager.

Active participation on the trip organised annually by the architecture degree. 
Number of credits: 1.5. 
Eligible Bachelor's degrees: BTA.
Lecturer in charge: Assistant and Quality Student Manager
Dates: as long as the activity is on the programme.

1st/2nd cycle courses

Academic year 2011-2012

  • Activities with recognised credit transfer for 1st and 2nd cycle courses (1) - academic year 2011/2012
  • Activities with recognised credit transfer for 1st and 2nd cycle courses (2) - academic year 2011/2012
    Summer courses - 2012

Academic year 2012-2013

  • Activities with recognised credit transfer for 1st and 2nd cycle courses (1) - academic year 2012/2013
  • Activities with recognised credit transfer for 1st and 2nd cycle courses (2) - academic year 2012/2013
  • Summer courses - 2013