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.

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

Aimed Bachelor's Degree in Architectural Studies students

Number of places: 5

Number of credits: 1

Period: during the course

Timetable: mornings, adaptable depending on the class timetable

Person in charge: Josep Fuses and Maria Pia Fontana

Application: send an email to the teachers in charge: josep.fuses@udg.edu or mariapia.fontana@udg.edu 

Tasks:
Cataloguing the course material of the projects from the last 5 years, to compile a theoretical collection of proposals for dissemination among the pupils on this degree. Graphic design of materials and handouts.

Support for teaching staff to prepare educational materials in the area of EPF

  
First semester academic year; 3 places; 1 credit; 25 hours

Aimed at GETI students

Number of places: 3

Number of credits: 1

Period: First semester academic year 2019-20;

Timetable: 9 am to 1.30 pm - 3 pm to 4.30 pm

Person in charge: M. Luisa Garcia-Romeu

 

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

 

Tasks:

- Compiling Problems in subjects related to manufacturing technologies

- Methodological review and check

- Transferring some resolutions into digital format, supplementing them with drawings and plans where necessary.

- Creation of dossiers of problems in digital format

- English-Catalan translation to create material for practicals

Support tasks for PMT1 teaching staff

  
2 places; 2 credits; 50 hours;

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

Number of places: 2

Number of credits: 2 credits per 50 hours

Period: from 1 October to 21 December

Timetable: 40 hours during the laboratory classes of the subject MTP1, and 10 to be arranged

Person in charge: Marta Fort Masdevall

Application: send an email tomarta.fort@udg.edu

Tasks:

Providing support for the MTP1 laboratory classes, helping to resolve students’ queries


Support tasks for PMT2 teaching staff

  
1 place; 1 credit; 25 hours;

Directed at students preferably in the 3rd or 4th year of the Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering and the Bachelor's degree in Design and Development of Video Games with a good knowledge of programming subjects.

Number of places: 1

Number of credits: 1 credits per 25 hours

Period: 11 February to 14 June

Timetable: 2 hours per week, to be arranged

Person in charge: Miquel Feixas Feixas

Application: send an email tomiquel.feixas@udg.edu

Tasks:

Providing support for the students of methodology and technology of programming 2, to resolve queries about programming

Improving subject content and structure: Fluid mechanics engineering

  
1 place, 2 credits per 50 hours

Directed at any PS student.

Number of places: 1

Number of credits: 2 credits per 50 hours

Period: all the academic course

Timetable: to be arranged with the student

Person in charge: Josep Ramon González Castro

To apply: send an email to joseramon.gonzalez@udg.edu

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 of the Laboratory of Computational Fluid Mechanics related to the course.

 

Requirements: Medium-level knowledge of Latex and/or LYX to develop these tasks. Desire to work on issues related to hydraulics

Improving subject content and structure: Fluid Mechanics Systems

  
1 place, 2 credits per 50 hours

Directed at any PS student.

Number of places: 1

Number of credits: 2 credits per 50 hours

Period: all the academic course

Timetable: to be arranged with the student

Person in charge: Josep Ramon González Castro

To apply: send an email to joseramon.gonzalez@udg.edu

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: Medium-level knowledge of Latex and/or LYX to develop these tasks. Desire to work with issues related to hydraulics.

Preparation of educational material for teaching related to graphic expression in engineering

  
1 place, 2 credits per 50 hours

Aimed at GEM and GETI students

Number of places: 1

Number of credits: 2 credits per 50 hours

Period: October to February of the current academic year

Timetable: to be arranged with the student

Person in charge: Josep Treserras Picas

 

To apply: send an email to jose.tresserras@udg.edu

 

Tasks:

Preparation of educational material related to graphic expression in engineering


Preparation of educational material for combustion engine practicals

  
1 place, 1 credits per 25 hours

Aimed at GEM or GETI students (advisably for students from the 3rd year onwards) Number of places:</g> 1

Number of credits: 1 credit per 25 hours

Period: during all the academic year

Timetable: to be arranged with the student

Person in charge: Martí Comamala

 

To apply: send an email to marti.comamala@udg.edu

 

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 using a drill, a tape saw, or a circular saw in the mechanical workshop. Illustrative drawings using Solid Works or similar must also be created

Support activities to promote and increase awareness of the school and its courses, aimed at compulsory education
Support for teachers in preparing activities

Number of credits: 1 per 25 hours

The teachers who wish to offer an activity in this section must send their proposals to the Assistant Student and Secondary School Relations Manager.

 

Collaboration on tasks promoting the Polytechnic in secondary schools

  
10 places

Aimed at all PS student.

Number of places: 10

Number of credits: 1

Period: October to May of the current academic year

Timetable: depending on the day the activity is carried out

Person in charge: Mei Calm, Assistant Manager of students and secondary school relations

 

To apply: send an email to sotsdirectora.estudiants@eps.udg.edu

 

Tasks:

Includes taking part in activities like:

- accompanying school visits to the Polytechnic School

- supporting Tecnorepte

- supporting technology workshops for pre-university students

- supporting the coordinators at the Open Days (OD)


Tasks promoting agricultural studies

  
1 place; 2 credits

Aimed at GEA and GINSA students

Number of places: 1

Number of credits: 2

            Period: October to June of the current academic year

Timetable: depending on the day the activity is carried out

            Person in charge: agri-food sector promotion commission (Jesús Francés)

 

To apply: send an email to jesus.frances@udg.edu

Tasks:


  • Workshops for secondary school teaching staff and/or for secondary school pupils:
Or The flavours of food
  • TECHNOLOGY talks about agriculture, the agricultural industry and food, aimed at secondary schools
  • Informative talks in secondary schools, explaining the agri-food sector at the PS-UdG.


Tasks to promote the Bachelor's Degree in Chemical Engineering

  
1 place; 2 credits;

Aimed at GEQ students

Number of places: 1

Number of credits: 2

Period: October to May of the current academic year

Timetable: depending on the day the activity is carried out

Responsible: José A. Méndez

 

To apply: send an email to jalberto.mendez@udg.edu

Tasks:

- Preparation of material to raise awareness of the degree among secondary school pupils

- Helping to prepare demonstration workshops

- Visiting secondary schools


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

  
2 places; between 1 and 5 credits;

Aimed at GEM students

Number of places: 2

Number of credits: between 1 and 5 depending on the times

Period: October to May of the current academic year

Timetable: to be arranged with the student

            Person in charge: Joan Andreu Mayugo

 

To apply: send an email to ja.mayugo@udg.edu

Tasks:

Preparation of material to raise awareness of the degree among secondary school pupils


Workshop to build remote-controlled underwater robots for secondary school students

  
1 place; 1 credit;

Aimed at all PS student.

Number of places: 1

Number of credits: 1

Period: October to May of the current academic year

Timetable: to be arranged with the student

            Person in charge: Xevi Cufí

 

To apply: send an email to xavier.cufi@udg.edu

Tasks:

Preparation of the material for the workshop

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 

Directed by

Organisation

Participation

Industrial Forum Management Team (minimum 2 years)

  
5 credits; 2 courses;

Number of credits: 5
Bachelor's degrees aimed at: all of them.
Teacher responsible: Assistant Manager of Students  

Organization of the Industrial Forum (minimum 2 years)

  
2.5 credits; 2 courses

Being part of the team that organises the Industrial Forum.
Number of credits: 2.5
Bachelor's degrees aimed at: all of them.
Teacher responsible: Assistant Manager of Students and Relations with secondary schools

Participation in Industrial Forum activities

  
0.5 credits;

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
Bachelor's degrees aimed at: all of them.
Teacher responsible: Assistant Manager of Students 

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  

Organised by research departments, institutes at units at the Higher Polytechnic School (EPS) and professional associations in the fields of engineering and architecture. 

Professional-skills training within the framework of Industrial Engineers

  
50 places; 2 credits; 20h; CETIG activity

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

Number of places: 50

Number of credits: 2

Duration: 20 hours

Period: 11, 18, 25 February and 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31 March 2020

Timetable: 5.30 pm to 8 pm

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

Enrolments: cetig@cetig.cat

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, Electrical, Industrial Electronics, Chemical, 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

Exercising the profession
• Natural person
Self-employed
Employed
• Legal Person
Professional societies
Professional Civil Liability policy
Collegiate membership

2.- Legislation and regulations. Attributes

3.- Professional sectors

Professors:  Jordi Fabrellas and M. Àngels Pita

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


Practical course for interpreting the fertility of agricultural soil through analysis

  
1 credit; 10 hours; CETAFC (Girona province); free course; November 2019

Aimed at students of the Bachelor's degree in Agro-food Engineering

Number of places:

Number of credits: 1

Duration: 10 hours

Period and timetable: on 14 November 2019, from 11.30 am to 1 pm and from 3 pm to 7 pm, and on 15 November 2019, from 11.30 to 1 pm

Place: Higher Polytechnic School – classroom to be determined

Enrolments: girona@agrifor.org or by telephone on 972 24 00 47 (Glòria Guanter)

Programme and further information: http://www.agrifor.org/ca/formacio/curs-practic-de-interpretacio-de-la-fertilitat-de-un-sol-agricola-mitjancant-analisis

Organisers: Catalan Technical Agricultural and Forest Engineers’ Association

Programme

14 NOVEMBER:

11.30 am - 1 pm: "BIOLOGICAL INDICATORS OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY OF THE SOILS", by Dr Pilar Andrés

3 pm - 7 pm: "EXTENSIVE CROP FERTILISATION", by Dr Pere Villar

1. Soil-sample taking

  1. Defining control units
  2. Representativeness of samples
  3. Fertility sample

2. Analysis and interpretation. Main parameters for analysing soil and interpreting and recommending fertilisers

  1. Textural classes
  2. Soil reaction (pH)
  3. Carbonates
  4. Electrical conductivity
  5. Organic matter
  6. Soil nitrogen
  7. Phosphorus
  8. Potassium
  9. Magnesium
  10. Calcium
  11. Sodium

3. Extractions and exports of extensive crops as calculation tools for fertilisation programmes

4. Decision-making

  1. Adapting individual needs to estate or area needs
  2. Preparing fertilisation programmes
  3. Selecting fertilisers
  4. Application time

5. Practical exercises for extensive-crop fertilisation

15 NOVEMBER:

9 am - 1 pm: "FRUIT-TREE FERTILISATION”, by Dr Pere Villar

1. Soil-sample taking

  1. Defining control units
  2. Representativeness of samples
  3. Fertility sample

2. Analysis and interpretation. Main parameters for analysing soil and interpreting and recommending fertilisers

  1. Textural classes
  2. Soil reaction (pH)
  3. Carbonates
  4. Electrical conductivity
  5. Organic matter
  6. Soil nitrogen
  7. Phosphorus
  8. Potassium
  9. Magnesium
  10. Calcium
  11. Sodium

3. Extractions and exports of fruit-tree crops

4. Taking decisions in the fertilisation programme

  1. Adapting individual needs to estate or area needs
  2. Preparing fertilisation programmes
  3. Selecting fertilisers
  4. Application time

5. Crop monitoring

  1. Leaf analysis (main nutrient functions)
    1. Interpretation tables
  2. Fruit analysis
    1. Calculating exports
    2. Interpretation tables
    3. Problems of calcium in fruit
    4. Relationship between physiopathies and nutrient contents

6. Practical fruit-tree fertilisation exercises


 

 


CALCULATION OF STRUCTURE course

  
30 places; 1 credit; 21h; CETIG activity

2019 / 11 – CALCULATION OF STRUCTURES

Aimed at students from the Bachelor's Degree in Architectural Technology and Building Construction

Description:To attain sufficient and necessary knowledge to be able to calculate some basic structures.

Number of places: 30 places

Recognised academic transfer credits: 21 credits

Duration: 21 hours

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

Days: 15 and 24 September and 1, 8, 15,22 and 29 October

Times: From 4 to 7 pm


In charge: Esther Gifra Bassó

Registration: ester.gifra@udg.edu


AUTODESK REVIT course STRUCTURE discipline

  
15 places; 1 credit; 28h; CETIG activity

2019 / 22 – AUTODESK REVIT STRUCTURE discipline

Aimed at students from the Bachelor's Degree in Architectural Technology and Building Construction</g>

Description: The goal of the course is to learn to manage a complete architectural project in BIM (Building Information Modelling) through the use of the software Autodesk Revit Architecture in the structure stage

Number of places: 15 places

Recognised academic transfer credits: 1 credit

Duration: 28 hours

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

 

Days: 18, 25 September 2019

2,9,16,23 and 30 September

Times:

From 4 to 8 pm


In charge: Esther Gifra Bassó

Registration: ester.gifra@udg.edu


Course: Energy Certification CE3X (existing buildings)

  
24 places; 0.5 credit; 15h; CETIG activity

2019 / 23 – Energy Certification CE3X (existing buildings)

Aimed at students from the Bachelor's Degree in Architectural Technology and Building Construction

Description: Course aimed at professionals who want to gain knowledge of the official tools for the fulfilment of energy demand limitation and gain the qualification in energy certification for existing buildings. The course is mainly practical

Number of places: 24 places

Recognised academic transfer credits: 0.5 credit

Duration: 15 hours

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

Days: 12,19 and 26 September and 3 and 10 October

 Times: From 4 to 7 pm

 

In charge: Esther Gifra Bassó

Registration: ester.gifra@udg.edu



Course: Energy Certification CE3X (new buildings)

  
24 places; 0.5 credit; 9h; CETIG activity

2019 / 24 – Energy Certification CE3X (new buildings)

Aimed at students from the Bachelor's Degree in Architectural Technology and Building Construction

Description: Course aimed at professionals who want to gain knowledge of the official tools for the fulfilment of energy demand limitation and gain the qualification in energy certification for existing buildings. The course is mainly practical

Number of places: 24 places

Recognised academic transfer credits: 0.5 credit

Duration: 9 hours

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

Days: 12,19 and 26 September and 3 and 10 October

Times: From 4 to 7 pm


In charge: Esther Gifra Bassó

Registration: ester.gifra@udg.edu



Course: HULC unified (new buildings)

  
24 places; 0.5 credit; 15h; CETIG activity

2019 / 25 – Curs HULC unified (new buildings)

Aimed at students from the Bachelor's Degree in Architectural Technology and Building Construction

Description: Course aimed at professionals who want to gain knowledge of the official tools for the fulfilment of energy demand limitation and gain the qualification in energy certification for existing buildings. The course will be carried out following a practical case study, to be developed between all participants. Another will be proposed for resolving individually. 

Number of places: 24 places

Recognised academic transfer credits: 0.5 credit

Duration: 15 hours

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

 Days: Days: 5,12,19 and 26 November and 3 December

 Times: From 4 to 7 pm


In charge: Esther Gifra Bassó

Registration: ester.gifra@udg.edu



REVIT course MEP disciplines (facilities)

  
20 places; 1 credit; 28h; CETIG activity

 2019 / 26 – Curs REVIT disciplines MEP (facilities)

Aimed at students from the Bachelor's Degree in Architectural Technology and Building Construction

Description: The aim of the course is to learn how to manage a complete architectural project in BIM (Building Information Modelling), using Autodesk Revit Architecture software. Installation stage.

Number of places: 20 places

Recognised academic transfer credits: 1 credits

Duration: 28 hours

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

 

Days: 6, 13. 20 and 27 September and 4,11 and 18 October

Times: From 4 to 8 pm</g> </g>

 

In charge: Esther Gifra Bassó

Registrations: ester.gifra@udg.edu


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

  
1 credit

 

1)   Present your bachelor's or master’s thesis successfully

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

2)   Self-employment 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


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
Bachelor's degrees it is aimed at: all of them.
Teacher in charge: M. Luisa García-Romeu (assistant manager of relations.....)

 

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.
Teacher in charge: M. Luisa García-Romeu (assistant manager of relations.....)

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