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Frequently asked questions (FAQs) for students

 

General questions:

 

  • UPC students have an e-mail address of the domain @estudiantat.upc.edu

  • It is very important to use this address while you are a student for any e-mails to professors and the rest of the school or campus staff.
  • It is a document database for asynchronous interaction between members of the School from any place and at any time, through access to the internet. From a functional perspective, the virtual campus has become the School’s intranet.
  • You can access it at ATENEA.
  • You can find the general UPC academic calendar for bachelor’s and master’s degrees atUPC academic calendar.
  • The collegial governing bodies of the School are described in the regulations. Students have representatives in all of these bodies. You can consult the current composition of collegial governing bodies at the following link: Governing bodies (in catalan).
  • You can find all the information on the UPC card in the following link: UPC card (in catalan).

 

Campus services:

 

  • You have to send an email to eetac.suport.direccio@upc.edu
  • You can contact technical services in the following ways:
  • You can only eat in the study room in campus building D4, next to the bar-restaurant. You can take your own food into this room and use the microwave.
  • You have to create a new request at GePe using the following link: Mitra.
  • All the activities organised by the Sports Services can be accessed at the following link: UPCesports.
  • You can find all the information on Castelldefels at the following link: Castelldefels.

 

Academic questions:

 

  • You can access the teaching intranet of subjects through l'Atenea
  • The directory with the telephone numbers, offices and e-mail addresses of the professors can be found at the following link: EETAC directory
  • On the Degrees page of this website there is a list of all the degrees taught at the School. If you select the degree that you are taking, you will access the curriculum in graphic format, where each subject is linked to a page with information on the programme, the assessment criteria, the coordinator and the professors who teach on the programme, as well as the language of instruction in each group of the current academic year.
  • On the subject’s webpage, select a professor and you can access all the information about their office, their telephone number and e-mail, as well as their timetable for consultations in the current semester.
  • Richard M. Felder, An engineering student survival guide (pdf), Spanish translation by M. Valero (pdf).
  • You can find the name of your tutor at the following link: NetArea.
  • In first place, your tutor. If you think it is necessary, you can then contact the head of studies.
  • Talk to your professors, to the professor who coordinates the subject or with classmates from the Student Delegation.
  • The surveys play a very important role to ensure the quality of the teaching.
  • The School’s Academic Committee analyses the results of the surveys and takes appropriate measures to improve the necessary aspects.