Last Updated on Thursday, 25 April 2013 13:45
|Final Degree Project and Master's Thesis are research projects supervised by a professor that summarize the knowleadge acquired during the study plan. Procedure is as follows, depending on the student's status:
| Rules and regulations
Students who enroll this February (Q2) the last subjects, in July (after the Curriculum Evaluation) can add the PFC/TFM in their enrollment if they pass these subjects and have the PFC/TFM registered. In this case, when they modify their enrollment, it is necessary deliver the PFC/TFM with a proposed committee, and the PFC/TFM must be defended before September 10.
If your Final Degree Project/Master’s Thesis is not evaluated during the same semester that it was enrolled for the first time, your enrollment will be automatically extended during the following semester (it is necessary to pay the administrative services through e-Secretaria)
+ info (catalan)
|Choosing one subject
|Choosing one subject
Projects can be performed by two students if required.
|Kinds of projects
||There are three different (check the specific norms and regulations on the related links):|
||A: at ETSEIB
B: at one company
|C: international exchange
|Development||After choosing one subject and one supervisor, students need to perform the research regarding the specific norms and regulations. You can check the related links for further information.
Moreover, there are some Master programmes with specific norms:
Students and supervisors must have regular meetings to guide the elaboration process.
|Not available links in English can be check out on the Catalan version|
List of project proposals
Norms and regulations for Final Degree Project and Master's Thesis
Specific regulations for: MSc Chemical Process Engineering; MSc Polymers and BiopolymersMSc Logistics; Transport and Mobility
Procedure: Enrollment and related procedures
Procedures: Validation of elective courses
Academic and administrative calendar
|Resources for projects
Template: Plantilla para la memoria; Plantilla para la portada y etiquetas
Guide: Environmental considerations
Laws: Regarding environmental impact; Regarding occupational hazard; International System of Units / BOE (Official Regulation, 21st of January 2010)
Addtional information: Intellectual Property Service (SEPI); UPC Patent and Licensing Office