"Let's Dance", short film by students of the Degree in Audiovisual Media, selected in the MICE 2022 festival
Let's Dance'' is a rotoscoped animation short film made by 2nd year students of the Audiovisual Media Degree of the 2021/2022 TecnoCampus. It is a collaborative project, where all the students created a fragment of the short film, drawing a dance sequence frame by frame.
The call for a new edition of the Creatic awards is open
The TecnoCampus and the Mataró City Council convene the Creatic Awardswith the will of recognize the best business initiatives in the field of technology and innovation, to promote and support new entrepreneurial projects that contribute to sustainable growth in our territory.
This year's call for Creatic Awards consists of an Award for the best business initiative in the field of technology and innovation, endowed with €12.000 and a year's subsidized stay at the TecnoCampus business incubator, as well such as an Award for the best business initiative led by women and an Award for the best project with social impact, both endowed with €6.000 and a year's subsidized stay in the incubator. This year the awards have a special focus on new solutions in the field of health, ICT, the circular economy, industry 4.0, the blue economy, and the video games industry, as a strategic sector of the territory.
The awards will be presented in November during the Night of Entrepreneurship, in which there will also be a recognition of entrepreneurial initiatives arising from the University and Vocational Training. Nominations for the awards can be submitted until October 5, 2022. In a first selection phase, a committee made up of representatives of TecnoCampus and other collaborating entities will select twelve finalist projects. Afterwards, the finalists will have to present the project in an elevator pitch format to the jury, who will choose the winners.
As has been happening in recent editions, the awards have the patronage of companies and institutions committed to the sustainable growth of the environment. There are seven in total: Bytemaster and ESED-Cyber Security & IT Solutions (platinum category); FYR Legal, Minoryx Therapeutics and Banco Sabadell (gold category); Derecho.com and Palobiofarma (bronze category). With their support, these companies make possible the financial endowment of the awards, and thus show their commitment to entrepreneurs who are taking their first steps.
The Creatic Awards are organized by TecnoCampus and Mataró City Council. In addition to the companies acting as patrons, the initiative is supported by the Diputació de Barcelona, the Department of the Vice-Presidency and of Digital and Territorial Policies and the Department of Business and Work of the Generalitat, and the Group of New Information and Communication Technologies Companies of Mataró and Maresme (GENTIC), the Independent Association of Young Entrepreneurs of Catalonia (AIJEC), the Federation of Associations and Business Guilds of Maresme (FAGEM), the Women's Association 't an impulse, the Chamber of Commerce of Barcelona, BANC and PIMEC. It also has the support of the European program Start For Future, promoted by EIT Manufacturing & Urban Mobility, which will allow the winning project in the university category to enjoy an international entrepreneurial experience.
The TecnoCampus is integrated as a partner in the Audiovisual Cluster of Catalonia
El Audiovisual Cluster of Catalonia is a value network that integrates two main business segments: Entertainment & Media, on the one hand, and Communication, Advertising and Events on the other. These include a long list of businesses in the areas of production, post-production, audiovisual and technological sets and parks, distribution and exhibition (also VOD platforms and festivals), production services, television and radio and podcast , immersive experiences (VR, AR, XR and holograms), video game, events and integrated systems, technology, and training. All of them make up an interconnected value network.
In the Audiovisual Cluster there are very diverse companies, among them from the technology sector and the TecnoCampus participates as a technology park. For the Degree in Audiovisual Media and the Degree in Design and Production of Videogames, it involves being able to participate and cooperate with the companies in the sector, since most television stations and production companies are part of them and interesting activities are carried out for the students of towards employment.
The TecnoCampus receives the visit of the Area of attraction of foreign investment (FDI) of ACTION
On 21 June, the TecnoCampus hosted the team in the area of attracting foreign productive investment (FDI), from the Agency for the Competitiveness of Business of the Generalitat de Catalunya (ACCIÓ- Catalonia Trade & Investment ). This meeting was attended by Sergi Morales, Second Deputy Mayor and Councilor for Employment and Business, and Josep Lluis Checa, General Manager of TecnoCampus, as well as the technical team of the area of economic promotion of the City Council of Mataró and the TecnoCampus.
The area of productive foreign investment (FDI) works to attract foreign direct investment to Barcelona and Catalonia, promoting the area as an attractive, innovative and competitive business location. Therefore, the aim of the meeting was to highlight the potential of the city of Mataró as a location for potential international business projects of interest in our territory. During the day, we presented the main strategic lines of economic promotion and territorial specialization that are being promoted from TecnoCampus and Mataró City Council.
Three start-ups present solutions in the day "Technology, aging and care: innovate to take better care"
The event brought together about fifty people, professionals who were interested and actively involved in the reflection on the impact of technology and digital transformation, on the aging and quality of life of the most vulnerable groups, such as they are the elderly and people with disabilities.
Josep Lluís Checa, general director of the TecnoCampus, inaugurated the day giving way to the participation of the councilor of Social Welfare and Promotion of the Health, Laura Seijo, that presented the project and the entities that conform the “PECT Mataró-Maresme: innovation ecosystem for caring cities ”. In his speech he explained that the PECT project derives from a coordinated strategy between all the participating partners in the field of intelligent specialization in the socio-health field. He offered a brief description of the operations that nourish him, among which is the one coordinated from TecnoCampus by teachers Noemí Serra and Montserrat Girabent (“Impact of physical exercise on the health of the elderly in the Maresme region ”).
The first part of the session ended with a presentation by Maider Azurmendi, head of cooperation and coordinator of the home care area of the Matia Foundation. His speech, "The construction of local care ecosystems: technology and digitalization, a key support for its achievement," provided ideas and reflections on the reformulation of existing models of care for the elderly. As a result of the experience gained in pilot projects carried out in the Basque Country, the speaker highlighted key aspects such as the person-centered care model. From this point of view he provided a vision in which digitization and technology become collaborative network tools, connecting all the elements and agents of care, and which should be able to materialize in devices that are of support for the continuity of these cares. He also stressed the importance of not forgetting that the person is the protagonist and therefore technology must provide tools to promote autonomy and control of one's life.
The round table entitled "Technology to take better care", which was attended by the startups SeniorDomo, represented by Ángel Puertas (Co-Founder), Doole Health, represented by José María Ruíz (Co-Founder) and Oxeen, represented by Toni Alomar (Co-Founder) occupied the second part of the day and was led and moderated by Professor Esther Cabrera. Cabrera, director of the Chair of Aging and Quality of Life, made a previous presentation on the epidemiology of aging and the key factors for healthy aging, after which the speakers were invited to present their solutions technological. In this framework, the round table offered an interesting dialogue between the different startups that discussed, among others, on aspects such as the needs detected that had led to the development of each of the technologies; how they conduct a constant dialogue between developers and users for a continuous improvement of their solutions; as well as other issues related to the ethical aspect related to data storage and the applicability of solutions in other vulnerable groups.
Finally, and as a result of the questions raised throughout the day, attendees had the opportunity to participate in the debate to share impressions, doubts and provide reflections on new challenges to be faced from innovation. , research and knowledge transfer.
Eleven undergraduate degrees offered by the TecnoCampus have a cut-off mark in the June pre-registration
Eleven of the fifteen offers of undergraduate and double degree studies taught at the TecnoCampus university center, attached to Pompeu Fabra University, have a cut-off mark as a result of the June pre-registration process. All degrees related to the Health (Nursing, Physiotherapy, Physical Activity and Sport Sciences and the double degree in Physiotherapy and Physical Activity and Sport Sciences) have a cut-off mark, with the 9,464 of the Degree in Nursing being the highest mark. . With regard to degrees in the field Business, six of the seven degrees offered have a cut-off mark. Highlights include the double degree in Business Administration and Innovation Management and Marketing and Digital Communities, in which the entrance mark is 8,544.
In the field of Technology, highlights the Computer Engineering of Management and Information Systems, with the consolidation of the recovery of demand detected last year and a cut-off score of 6,582. Also the double degree in Computer Science and Video Games registers a demand in first option superior to the offer of places and, therefore, cut note. Although without a cut-off mark, industrial engineering (degrees in Mechanics, Electronics and Industrial Organization) recorded a significant improvement in the number of students assigned (from 38 to 59).
Overall, 968 students have been assigned to study at the TecnoCampus, a figure 10,6% higher than last year. Of these, 520 assigned students have chosen the TecnoCampus in first preference. 228 students who had applied to study at the TecnoCampus in the first option have not been able to enter those degrees with a cut-off mark.
TecnoGames brings together fourteen projects by video game students and rewards the best
On June 30, the sixth edition of the TecnoGames, the show and contest of projects carried out by students of the Degree in Video Game Design and Production and the double Degree in Computer Engineering and Video Game Design and Production in the framework of the subjects of Project of Creation and Development II and III.
A total of fourteen video games have participated in this edition. On the website you can access the project web pages and download the video games, and at the following links you will find a collection of teasers:
The TecnoCampus welcomes students from the ICESI University of Colombia
This is a training course that makes up part of their master's programs. At TecnoCampus, the program has been jointly coordinated by the School of Social and Business Sciences, by professor Roberto Dopeso, and by the Centre of Studies of lifelong learning HUB4T in the training modality known as Study Abroad.
Today, the Internet is the quintessential means in the development of any economic and social activity. That is why companies must not only be present, but must know how to act in this context in economic and strategic terms.
The demand for professional profiles with leadership capabilities to strategically manage this new sector is growing. Knowing the communication tools not only serves the company to sell its products, but also to generate and disseminate the value of the entity, interact with its workers and even as a vehicle to recruit new staff.
The program in Digital Entrepreneurship, which has been carried out between TecnoCampus and Barcelona, aims to work on the keys to successful entrepreneurship in digital environments and at the same time, train professionals to lead the digital transformation of companies with a strategic vision.
Accordingly, the program combines master sessions, professional experiences and visits to companies and entrepreneurial ecosystems in Barcelona, such as Tech Barcelona and the building MediaTIC, at Barcelona City Council, via Barcelona Activa. Digital innovation, Inbound marketing, internet positioning, Business analytics or how to make a successful strategy for social networks, are the main contents of the training sessions, concepts that ICESI students have had to apply in a real case worked on during the week and presented in the last session, held last Friday July 1 at the university.
During the stay they have visited leading companies in the digital field such as Inverted, the first online market for profitable properties to invest in properties such as financial assets and start-ups such as: bambai, simple, flexible, economical and non-permanent alarm service for homes; winhost, comprehensive rental management service for any home to get the best performance; and Apt, the sustainable delivery alternative of Mataró, based on good practices, both for all workers and local businesses involved, as well as for the environment.
The sessions have been complemented by visits to the business park incubators, the TecnoCampus incubator, where there are currently about twenty start-ups, from the three sectors of activity of the university: Health, Technology and Business, and Reimagine Textile, the first textile / fashion incubator in Catalonia with international projection.
Maria Angelica Cruz and Emiliy Gallego, teachers who have accompanied the ICESI students, have pointed out that the purpose of the stay is for students to have an international experience focused on entrepreneurship: “This program has given students entrepreneurial skills applicable in any business sector and territorial area ”.
The project "Yes We Rent! " wins the European Responsible Housing Awards
The project Yes We Rent! has won the award in the category of fair financing for housing affordability at the European Responsible Housing Awards, which recognise best practices and the most innovations in the area of public housing in Europe.
The awards ceremony took place on June 16 as part of the 3rd International Festival of Social Housing, which has been held in Helsinki since Tuesday. Yes We Rent!, the project that aims to transform the housing rental market in Mataró, competed against an affordable housing project for university graduates in the Polish city of Poznan, a non-profit social housing project in Tuzla ( Bosnia and Herzegovina), and an environmentally friendly public housing project in the neighbourhood of Svartlamon in Trondheim (Norway).
The jury, made up of 15 housing experts from the European Commission, the European Investment Bank and the Tenants' Union, as well as CSR experts from other sectors, valued the innovation of a project that, through a cooperative formula and based on the social economy, wants to provide new solutions to the shortage of affordable rental in the city and offer rents below market price. The European Responsible Housing Awards began in 2014 as an initiative funded by the European Union and focused on corporate social responsibility in the social and affordable housing sector. Mataró competed in this edition against a total of 70 proposals from 20 different countries.
Launched in 2018, one of the main purposes of Yes We Rent! is to transform the housing rental market in Mataró by offering tenants access to affordable housing with social and solidarity values. The project aims to give new life to vacant homes in the city and encourage the citizens of Mataró to have greater access to housing by offering rents below market price. The project is currently enjoying a significant impact in Mataró and has about seventy members and there are already others on the waiting list to access new cooperative rental housing.
The number of owners who have made their flats available to the cooperative has crossed the fifty mark and in most cases the intention is to perpetuate the collaboration with Bloc Cooperatiu beyond the date of the current contracts. Those responsible for the project emphasise that Yes We Rent! wants to address the rules of the rental market to achieve fairer rental conditions between landlords and tenants.
Professor Alexandra Samper leads the launch of a video game project incubator with a gender perspective
Led by Alexandra Samper and carried out by senior mentors in the video game industry, the project is aimed at women, non-binary and trans people. The program closed with five projects presented at St. Feliu del Llobregat, and an awards ceremony given by Marisol López, director of the Department of Digital Culture of the Generalitat; Nuria Gil, expert in financing and investment; and Sara Borondo, a journalist specializing in the field of video games.
The finalist teams will take part in IndieDevDay, a Barcelona video game fair sponsored by TecnoCampus, which takes place in October.
The closing ceremony of the first pre-incubator for video games with a gender perspective, FemPowerUp-St. Feliu, is an initiative of Sant Feliu City Council, Co-Innova Sant Feliu, and the Totes Som Futur association. Several TecnoCampus students have supported the initiative.
The program director and teacher of the TecnoCampus, Alexandra Samper, highlighted the fulfillment of the objectives of the program, which, in addition to helping the 45 people who have participated to get started, has also helped to contribute to employment or giving visibility to these groups.
Two Nursing students participate in Slovenia in the "Student Stress Training E-mobile Management" program
TecnoCampus participates in the SSTeMM project, a project funded by the European Commission that aims to improve stress management for nursing students during their internships. For this reason, through a scholarship, two students of the Degree in Nursing of the School of Health Sciences have been selected to attend and participate in the final conference of the project, which was held on Tuesday, July 5 at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Maribor, Slovenia.
On July 4 and 5, the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Maribor hosted a series of meetings of the SSTeMM project, which was attended by members of the consortium that is running the project and by international students. The aim of these meetings was, on the one hand, to have the technical meeting (Transnational Meeting) of July 4, to work on the last action regarding the evaluation and to agree on technical and financial issues for the closure of the project, as well as topics to continue working on in the future.
On the other hand, in the final day of the project (Multiplier Event) of July 5, which was a combination of face-to-face and online, the final results were announced with the participation of the nursing students mentioned and with the presentations of the researchers of the project, the professors of the TecnoCampus Ester Mateo and Carme Rosell.
Screening of the first two pieces of the documentary "Històries del Punt"
The documentary, led by teachers Aina Fernández and Maria Soliña, consists of eleven audiovisual pieces, two of which have been completed, which were screened on Friday: one on the closure of factories and the other on migration in Catalonia; the rest are in the assembly phase.
The presentation basically sought to give something back to the women interviewed for their participation, pending the presentation of the entire documentary once finished. After the screening, a round table was held, moderated by Pilar González-Agápito, a member of the Board of Trustees of the TecnoCampus Foundation and collaborator of the project from the beginning, along with some of the workers who appear in the documentary.
The project has obtained the collaboration of the Museum of Mataró, and financial support from the Diputació de Barcelona and the Generalitat de Catalunya (both the Democratic Memorial and the Department of Culture), with a total external funding of 24.000 euros. In addition, the project has made it possible to reflect on oral memory, archives and spaces, reflections that have been transferred to six international conferences in recent years and from which a publication in the magazine Documentación y Ciencias de la Información (DCIN) has emerged, from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (indexed to JCR).
The TecnoCampus opens a new audio recording and editing studio in accordance with current standards in the music industry
The TecnoCampus has inaugurated today a new recording studio equipped with state-of-the-art technology for audio recording and editing in line with current standards in the music industry. The studio, which has meant an investment of €112.000, makes it possible to reconcile the conditions of recording and professional music production with teaching, as it has a control room that incorporates a stand with a capacity for 25 students.
The opening ceremony was attended by the Mayor of Mataró and President of the TecnoCampus, David Bote. The former director of Catalunya Ràdio and Digital Media of the CCMA also spoke.Saul Gordillo, who gave a talk on innovation and new audiences in the audiovisual sector; the general manager of TecnoCampus, Josep Lluís Checa; and the coordinators of the degree in Audiovisual Media, Jordi Roquer and Rafa Suarez.
In his speech, Gordillo highlighted the commitment to digital native content, designed for new forms of consumption such as immersive podcasts or videos on platforms like YouTube. "Radio," he stressed, "is also visual, and must use audiovisual materials and social media." Programs such as "The Bunker", "Crimes" or "Adolescents", he concluded, are the fruit of this strategic vision to renew in content and forms of distribution "with the aim of rejuvenating audiences."
The space inaugurated today consists of a recording room with direct view of the control room, as well as video and audio connection with other spaces of the TecnoCampus such as the set or radio studios. With this infrastructure, small and large format recordings can be made, from traditional productions to orchestral recordings. In the technical field, it has a full range of specialised microphones, Neve, Api and Focusrite preamps among others and the Staten Raven control system, which allows you to work with two large touch screens on all your own editing parameters of a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation).
The studio also incorporates a Dolby Atmos monitoring system, a multi-channel audio system, increasingly used in film, video games and music, from which the user has an immersive experience. All these virtues of the space have been verified today, the day of the inauguration, in the musical performance of the group NOUNEE, led by a student of the Degree in Audiovisual Media, April Ndjel.
Tribute to Professor Jou
Coinciding with the inauguration of this space, today was also the discovery of a plaque in honour of the teacher John Joe, who died last year and was one of the main promoters of the creation of the Degree in Audiovisual Media. By agreement of the Board of Trustees of the TecnoCampus Foundation, the SERMAT (audiovisual material loan service) will now be dedicated to Professor Jou. Another teacher, Alfonso Palacios , was in charge of dedicating a few words in memory of Joan Jou as the closing of the event.
Three TecnoCampus athletes, awarded at the closing ceremony of the Catalan University Championships
The winners were Miquel Soler, as the best university futsal athlete, after winning the Catalan University Championship with the UPF team; Edgar Iglesias, awarded as the best university judo athlete after winning a silver medal in the Catalan University Championship and a bronze medal in the Spanish University Championship. And Noelia Jardo, bronze medalist in the modality of Judo in the Championship of University Spain.
Each course increases the participation of TecnoCampus students in the championships, as well as the number of medalists. A total of 45 students have participated in sports competitions at Pompeu Fabra University in basketball, women's and men's indoor soccer, handball, athletics, judo, karate, swimming and taekwondo. A total of 35 students from the TecnoCampus have been university medalists in Catalonia as a team, and a total of nine students in individual competitions.
In the photo, Miquel Soler, on the left of the image, with Edgar Iglesias, on the right of the image, after receiving the award during the event held at Ramon Llull University.
Two TecnoCampus startups, Wipass and Bambai, awarded at DES2022
The TecnoCampus, together with twelve other science and technology parks members of the Association of Science and Technology Parks of Spain (APTE), 45 startups and the Spanish Technology Platform for Disruptive Technologies (DISRUPTIVE) was present at the three days of the technology forum DES-Digital Enterprise Show,held for the first time in Malaga between 15 and 17 June.
APTE and its science and technology parks have mobilised many of their startups at the 6th edition of the major international event on innovation and digital transformation with the aim of supporting these emerging companies specialising in state-of-the-art technologies to expand their networks and grow their business projects.
During the three days of the event, many startups around the parks have taken to the ring of the Startup Forum organized by La Salle Technova Barcelona to make their business models known to potential investors. Six have been recognized among the best, two are installed in the TecnoCampus:WIPASSand Bambai. This award will give them the opportunity to climb faster into new international markets.
On July 11, the premiere of Themesis, the first feature film produced by the Degree in Audiovisual Media
The shooting took place in August and September 2019 for 26 days, in more than 35 locations in the Maresme. The human team was complemented by students from the EADI Moda school, who took care of the actors' styling, and students from the Thuya school in Barcelona, to take care of the make-up. In all, more than 50 people joined the team.
Much of the funding was raised through a Verkami campaign, in which more than €10.000 was raised. The Tecnocampus Foundation and Mataró Contemporary Art Foundation have also collaborated, a platform created as a public cultural project as a result of the cooperation between Mataró City Council and the Department of Culture of the Generalitat de Catalunya.
The premiere will also be attended by local authorities from the Maresme, representatives of the centre and various collaborators and personalities from the audiovisual sector.
20:00 - 20:30: Arrival of guests and attention to the media + presentation of the film
20:30 - 21:50: Screening of the film in the Auditorium.
21:50 - 22:10: Cinefòrum + attention to the media
22:10 - 22:30: Aperitif
If you want to attend the premiere, for which there are limited tickets, you need to register through the following link.
The accreditation process for the Degree in Business Administration and Innovation Management and the Degree in Tourism and Leisure Management is open
An external commission of the Agency for the Quality of the University System of Catalonia will soon visit the TecnoCampus to issue a quality report of the Degree in Business Administration and Innovation Management and the Degree in Tourism and Leisure Management of the School of Social and Business Sciences. This is a common procedure that is carried out every six years for university degrees.
The School must write up a report on all the activities related to the studies prior to the visit. The report has been prepared by a committee of the school representing the students, the Teaching and Research Staff (PDI) and the Administration and Services Staff (PAS) with the aim of preparing a document that includes different points of view. The report can be consulted here, and until Monday, June 20, everyone can propose improvements to the content of the report. The proposals can be sent through the open mailbox.
Seven start-ups present their projects at the TecnoCampus investment forum
The event was hosted by Josep Lluis Checa, General Manager of TecnoCampus. The event was led by Claudia Danesi, Director of Transfer, Innovation and Business.
The startups presented their projects to the audience of entrepreneurs in a format of a XNUMX-minute pitch and then a round of questions was opened by investors
At the end of the presentations, a networking space with refreshments was set up so that entrepreneurs could show their products and interact with investors.
The participating startups were:
Let's Cook, distribute weekly Healthy Meal Kits that include recipes and fresh, fresh local ingredients. They were set up in 2019 and in 2021 they invoiced more than 315.000 euros and currently distribute 300 kits per week.
Evix, develop an airbag for helmets for cyclists to prevent head and neck injuries. They currently have the third version of the prototype and expect to have the technology developed by the end of 2022. They have raised a first round of 220.000 euros and have obtained a NEOTEC for 300.000 euros
Newx, has created ecoprene, canyoning clothing, produced with sustainable materials. 100% specialised product, created by and for canyoners. They sold the first 50 catches with a crowdfunding campaign. They currently have an open round of financing of 100.000 euros and have already committed 30%.
winhost, a home sharing and tourist rental platform that offers a comprehensive management service for owners. By 2022, they already have reservations worth €600.000 €.
WiPass, a device for establishments that allows to optimize communication and loyalty with its customers more than 700 active devices in spaces such as Carrefour, Vicio, Imagin Café, tripling the monthly growth during 2022.
Sweanty, a spin-off of the CSIC that arises to bring to market and commercially exploit a technology developed at the Institut de Microelectrònica de Barcelona. This is a smart patch that allows you to monitor the athlete's physical activity to avoid the risk of dehydration.
Apt, an ethical and sustainable platform that offers a quality home delivery service. It started in the city of Mataró during the pandemic and they have developed a technology ready to be scalable by expanding territory.
The TecnoCampus, present at the Denver Higher Education Fair # nafsa22
NAFSA is a link to international higher education and is essential for facilitating collaborations between universities around the world. The participation in this fair allows to know the tendencies of the international relations in the field of the institutions of higher education and to exchange collaborations mainly academic and of investigation, in programs of mobility of degree, masters and postgraduates, as well as programs of 'study abroad.
Twenty students will be staying outside the EU next year thanks to the On The Move scholarship program
TecnoCampus has hosted the award of twenty On The Move scholarships, which will allow students who have obtained them to stay at universities outside the European Union in the 2022-2023 academic year.
The Director General of Sabadell Consumer Finance, Miquel Costa, and the Director of University Services and Projects of the TecnoCampus, Montserrat Vilalta, have been in charge of delivering the diplomas accrediting the award of the scholarships.
On The Move scholarships are endowed with 1.000 euros each, financed in equal parts by Sabadell Consumer Finance, of Banco Sabadell, and the TecnoCampus Mataró-Maresme Foundation.
This is the eighth edition of the On The Move scholarships, an initiative that reaffirms the commitment of both institutions to promote the international mobility of students of the different university degrees taught at the TecnoCampus. They will allow students to partially cover the cost of their stay at universities in Australia, Mexico, Taiwan, USA, Canada, Chile, Colombia and Argentina, countries that are excluded from the Erasmus + program (Europe).
In this edition, the students who will enjoy a scholarship are:
Andrea Avilés, student of the Degree in Audiovisual Media. She has obtained a scholarship to go to the Argentine University of Business, Buenos Aires.
Marc Carrillo, student of the Degree in Audiovisual Media. He has obtained a scholarship to go to the Argentine University of Business, Buenos Aires.
Aaron Alija, student of the Degree in Marketing and Digital Communities. He received a scholarship to go to City University of Seattle, USA.
Alba-Ènia Casas student of the Double Degree Degree in Business Administration and GI / Degree in Marketing and CD. He has been awarded a scholarship to go to the International College of Management, Australia
Àlex Fuster, student of the Degree in Business Administration and Innovation Management, taught in English. He has obtained a scholarship to go to Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico.
Aneu Castellarnau, student of the Double Degree Degree in Business Administration and GI / Degree in Marketing and Digital Communications. He has been awarded a scholarship to go to the International College of Management, Australia.
Ares Sebastia, student of the Double Degree Degree in Business Administration and GI / Degree in Marketing and Digital Communities. He has been awarded a scholarship to go to Vancouver Island University, Canada.
Joana Codina, student of the Double Degree Degree in Business Administration and GI / Degree in Marketing and Digital Communities. She has obtained a scholarship to go to the Universidad Mayor de Chile.
Júlia García, student of the Double Degree Degree in Business Administration and GI / Degree in Marketing and Digital Communities. She received a scholarship to go to Feng Chia University, Taiwan.
Leonard Rappard, student of the Degree in Business Administration and Innovation Management, taught in English. He has obtained a scholarship to go to the Universidad Mayor de Chile.
Mar Prat student of the Degree in Business Administration and Innovation Management, taught in English. She has been awarded a scholarship to go to the International College of Management, Australia.
Marc Torras, a student of the Double Degree in Business Administration and GI / Degree in Marketing and CD, has obtained a scholarship to go to Feng Chia University, Taiwan.
Mario Caceres, Bachelor's degree in Marketing and Digital Communities. He has been awarded a scholarship to go to the International College of Management, Australia.
Mia Ortet, Double Degree student in Business Administration and GI / Degree in Marketing and Digital Communities. She has been awarded a scholarship to go to the International College of Management, Australia.
Pablo Antolin, student of the Degree in Logistics and Maritime Business. He received a scholarship to go to City University of Seattle, USA. • Pablo Ballester, student of the Degree in Logistics and Maritime Business. He has obtained a scholarship to go to the Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico.
Paloma Antonia Herrera, student of the Double Degree in Business Administration and GI / Degree in Marketing and Digital Communities. She has obtained a scholarship to go to the Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico.
Sara González, student of the Degree in Logistics and Maritime Business. She has obtained a scholarship to go to the Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico.
Guillermo Sebastián, a student of the Degree in Nursing, has obtained a scholarship from the Universidad Mayor, Chile.
Irene Sánchez, a student of the Degree in Nursing, has obtained a scholarship from the Universidad del Bosque, Colombia.