The figure is 8,6% higher than that of the previous year, thanks to the positive evolution of the fifteen degrees taught.

The 2022-2023 academic year has begun at the TecnoCampus with a higher number of first-year enrolments than expected. Having completed the registration for September, there are a total of 934 students, 8,6% more than the 860 of the previous year.

The good evolution in terms of new enrollment in almost all of the 15 degrees and double degrees offered at the TecnoCampus has therefore made it possible to exceed the forecasts that had been made at the beginning of the university pre-registration period last month of June The most numerous degree in terms of students starting the first year is Nursing, with a total of 95 students enrolled. It is followed by the degree in Audiovisual Media, with 92 students, and that of Business Administration and Innovation Management, with 80 new students, to which must be added the 43 who will study this same degree with the teaching modality in english

Also particularly positive are the enrolment data for new access in the case of industrial engineering (78 students) and computer science (61 students, and 38 more in the double degree in Computer Science and Video Games). TecnoCampus gives a very positive assessment of these data, which show the strength of the city's university project, which is closely linked to Pompeu Fabra University, to which its undergraduate, postgraduate and master's degree programs are affiliated. Precisely, one of the challenges that the institution is facing this year is the integration of the three university schools (the Higher Polytechnic School, the Higher School of Social and Business Sciences and the Higher School of Health Sciences) in a unique centre, the TecnoCampus University Centre, which will continue to be affiliated to Pompeu Fabra University.

Linked to this process, an open selection process was carried out in July to appoint a new director of the aforementioned unique centre. The person chosen is Elisa Sayrol, who joins TecnoCampus this October, depending on the general management. Sayrol has a solid track record in the field of academic management. She has been director of the Barcelona Technical School of Telecommunications Engineering, where she has also held the position of deputy director of International Relations. She was also vice-rector of Institutional Relations at the UPC, and for the last three years, academic director, as the rector's delegate, of the EIT Urban Mobility project.

Sayrol has a PhD in Telecommunications, has been a full professor since 2001 and she is a member of a research group in image and video processing for artificial intelligence data processing. Internationally, she has done research stays for three years at two universities in the United States.


"Bloc Cooperatiu" is set up with the support of TecnoCampus researchers


Participation of TecnoCampus students in an international meeting of the Start for Future Program