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Bachelor's degree in Engineering of Networks and Internet Technologies
Bachelor's degree in Engineering of Networks and Internet Technologies
Credits 240 
Start date: 01/09/2016
End date: 19/06/2020
Timetable:  Mornings and evenings, depending on the course:
  Campus: Barcelona
  Language: Spanish - Catalan
  Format: On campus
Number of seats: 15 



The degree in Telematics Engineering (Engineering of Networks and Internet Technologies) meets present demand of expert professionals in technologies relating to networks and services for the Information Society.

The Engineer of Telematics is the future architect of Internet, the broadband and the telecommunication advanced systems. His or her role is essential to get the correct design, deployment and management of data network as well as to bring in solutions that are needed to face the security threats like Hackers and other vulnerabilities.

Elective subjects

3D Computer Animation (5 Credits)

Electronic Measurements Laboratory (6 Credits)

Audiovisual Language (5 Credits)

Video Game Productions (6 Credits)

Audiovisual Production (4 Credits)

Multimedia Production I (4 Credits)

Multimedia Production II (6 Credits)

Advanced Programming and Data Structure (8 Credits)

Projects in Robotics (9 Credits)

Sensors (3 Credits)

Room Acoustics (4 Credits)

Database Systems (5 Credits)

Character Animation (4 Credits)

Antenna (3 Credits)

Computer Architecture (5 Credits)

Automatics and Domotics (5 Credits)

Department Collaboration I (4 Credits)

Department Collaboration V (4 Credits)

Electromagnetic Compatibility (3 Credits)

Accounting (6 Credits)

Audiovisual Dramaturgy (3 Credits)

Power Electronics (4 Credits)

Department Collaboration IX (16 Credits)

Finance (6 Credits)

Marketing Management (4 Credits)

Intelligence, Reality and Virtuality (4 Credits)

Software Methodology I (4 Credits)

Software Methodology II (4 Credits)

Microeconomics (4 Credits)

Data Mining (5 Credits)

Marketing (4 Credits)

International Business (5 Credits)

Principles of Operations (4 Credits)

Department Collaboration VII (8 Credits)

Audio and Speech Processing (4 Credits)

Digital Signal Processing (4 Credits)

Mobile Devices Programming (4 Credits)

3D Computer Graphics (5 Credits)

Programming Projects I (3 Credits)

Distributed Architecture Projects (4 Credits)

Internship II (4 Credits)

Internship III (4 Credits)

Caring Robots (4 Credits)

Information Systems (4 Credits)

Department Collaboration VIII (16 Credits)

Navigation Systems (4 Credits)

3D Modeling and Animation II (3 Credits)

Sales (4 Credits)

Digital Video (4 Credits)

Microwave Circuits (4 Credits)

Programmable ICs (3 Credits)

Department Collaboration II (4 Credits)

Department Collaboration III (4 Credits)

Department Collaboration IV (4 Credits)

Department Collaboration VI (4 Credits)

Design and Usability II (5 Credits)

Channel Management (3 Credits)

New Products Development (4 Credits)

Leading Teams and Organizations (4 Credits)

Project Management (6 Credits)

Video Equipment (4 Credits)

Business Strategic (3 Credits)

Concept Design (2 Credits)

Digital Photography (3 Credits)

Artificial Intelligence Applied to Robotic (3 Credits)

Programming Languages (6 Credits)

Fundamentals of Acoustics and Audio (6 Credits)

Macroeconomics (4 Credits)

Methods of Decision Analysis (4 Credits)

Music and Special FX (4 Credits)

Digital Image Processing (4 Credits)

Programming Projects II (4 Credits)

Knowledge Based Systems (4 Credits)

Control Systems (3 Credits)

Advanced Operating Systems (4 Credits)

Software Radio (3 Credits)

Image Synthesis (5 Credits)

Introduction to Robotic (3 Credits)

Radio Frequency Technologies (5 Credits)

Circuits Theory (4 Credits)

Telecommunications Laboratory (4 Credits)

Reasons to Study

The Degree in Telematics Engineering (Engineering of Networks and Internet Technologies) is the link between computer science and telecommunication systems. This area provides graduates with the basic knowledge of these two disciplines, but always with the necessary specialization to know about data network technologies.

Companies specialized in many different fields as the telecommunication business, Formula 1, the audiovisual world, sport broadcasting, public administrations, medicine or banking among others, demand these kind of professionals because they are essential and versatile.

  • La Salle has been prized many times by CISCO systems, world leader in network and Internet. In Spain we have been recognized as “Best University CNAP Academy 2006”, and at European level we received the “2007 Global Recognition Award”.

    CISCO Systems

  • We are the only university in Spain including CISCO Systems professional certificates “CCNA” y “CCNP” in our study plans. This training is highly demanded by companies.

    CISCO Certificates

  • The Data Transmissions laboratories are equipped with the state of the art technologies for implementing solutions and network infrastructures.


  • Our methodology is very practical. Between 50% to 100% of the subjects are taught in our laboratories.

  • You will follow subjects in English and receive training in project management and business management. These are important complements for a fast adaptation to the professional world. Students carry out practical sessions with students from other degrees, allowing them to acquire interdisciplinary knowledge and skills, very appreciated in the business world.

  • CISCO Partners Talent Job Event
    The first symposium about Work and Technological Talent in Catalonia generates job opportunities for 150 students, with 15 immediate recruitment and other 15 in course.


  • La Salle and the coordinator of the Bachelor’s degree in Telematics, Jaume Abella, are mentioned in an article of the “Spectrum IEEE” about the Hacker High School.
    At La Salle we organize workshops and conferences about this theme.

    Spectrum IEEE

  • You will be able to develop the robotic platform “LS Maker” that will be delivered at the beginning of the academic course to all the students in the first year of every Bachelor’s degree in Engineering.


The Coordinator of the programme is:
Sánchez Rodríguez, Julia
Our faculty come from across all sectors of business and from all over the world.

Some of these professors are:
Abella Fuentes, Jaume
Alsina Pagès, Rosa Maria
Anguera Pros, Jaume
Aragonès Caparrós, Meritxell
Badia Folguera, David
Blanch Colino, Ferran
Blázquez García, Ignacio
Camboni -, Alessandro
Campmany Llorens, Marc
Canaleta Llampallas, Xavier
Capdevila Perez, Jaume
Casado Redon, David
Castany Mirats, Adrià
Cito -, Samantha
Collado Vázquez, Susana
Corral Torruella, Guiomar
Dalmau Royo, Jordi
Domenech Ponsi, Jose
Evans -, Alun Thomas
Fernandez Royo, Jordi
Fernàndez Ubiergo, Gabriel
Formiga Fanals, Lluís
Fox -, Paul
Garriga Berga, Carles
Gibert Codina, Enrique
Golobardes Ribé, Elisabet
González Dachs, Enrique
Guest -, Steven
Iriondo Sanz, Ignasi
Kennett -, Christopher
Kinnear -, Lisa
Labrador Ruiz de la Hermosa, Emiliano Justo
Lloveras Carbonell, Albert
Luengo Alvarez, Sònia
Margalef Marrugat, Jordi
Martí Roca, Josep
Martín de Pozuelo Genís, Ramon
Miralles Esteban, David
Molero Milán, José Luis
Monjó Palau, Antònia
Montero Morales, José Antonio
Moran -, Jay
Mozota Coloma, Maria Antònia
Navarro Martín, Joan
Ozores Barbany, Fernando
Pajares Vega, Francisco Javier
Pallejà Masip, Inmaculada
Petchamé Sabartés, Josep
Pijoan Vidal, Joan Lluís
Ribó Pal, Miquel
Rio Doval, Josep Maria
Roselló Canal, Maria del Mar
Rousseau -, Horacio Enrique
Senmartí Senmartí, Xavier
Sevillano Domínguez, Xavier
Socoró Carrié, Joan Claudi
Solé Beteta, Xavier
Sánchez Rodríguez, Julia
Tell Baltà, Josep Ramon
Travé Simón, Marc
Vernet Bellet, David
Vilasís Cardona, Xavier
Villa Fernández, Guillem
Villagrasa Falip, Sergi
Villegas Portero, Eva
Zarco Jasso, Hugo
de Diego Rodríguez, Javier
de Torres Gómez, Eduard

Admission Process

The admission process begins on December 1, 2014 and remains open until the program is full. It is recommended that you to start the admission process before finishing your pre-university studies submitting the required documents at the moment of application.

1. Fill in the online admission form.

2. Submit the documents requested for the programme you want to study.

3. Evaluation of the candidates. The evaluation is individual and you should submit the exercise with the rest of the documents.

4. Personal Interview. If the Admission Committee considers it necessary, you may be asked to do an interview at our campus or online.

5. Acceptation

6. Reserve your place

7. Enrollment

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Funds & Grants

In La Salle,we put the people first, and our scholarship program enables young people with the necessary knowledge and skills to study with us, regardless of their economic status, family, geographical and cultural background.

On average, 40% of bachelor's degree students of La Salle-URL benefit scholarships awarded annually by La Salle.

Our goal is that all candidates who wish to study in La Salle and meet the access requirements and pass the admission process, have access to our university. For this reason, every file and application is discussed individually.

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Access Requirements

  • From High School if you have passed the University Access Exam. (PAU for the name in Spanish)
  • From a Superior Level Training Cycle. (CFGS for the name in Spanish)
  • If you have started a Bachelor’s Degree and you want to continue studying it at La Salle (expedient transfer): if you have studied a degree that is not official in Spain, you must validate at least 30 credits, or obtain the equivalence on your academic credentials and do the University Access Exam (PAU) at the UNED, or accredit your studies by the UNED if you come from the EHEA.
  • If you are in possession of a university degree.
  • If you have done the University Access Exam for 25 years old or for 45 years old.
  • If you are a student from the European Union or from any country that has an international agreement that may apply to this situation: you have to fulfill the academic requirements to access to University that the educative system of the country you are studying in demands and accredit the University Access Exam (PAU) at the UNED.
  • Those bachelor's students with partial or finished studies from a foreign university, must bring a certificate from the university in their country which indicates that their degree is official in that country.
  • Candidates who are nationals of any country of the European Union, or residents in Spain, and coming from non-European educational systems that do not have reciprocal agreement signed with Spain, please contact the Admissions Department / Academic Secretary.


If you fulfill any of these requirements you can start the Admission Process of this course.

Students completing all the credits will receive the title of Bachelor's degree in Telematics Engineering from Ramon Llull University.

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