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Curriculum, general information and admission

What you will study on the bachelor’s degree in Architectural Technology and Building Construction and how

At the EPSEB, you will receive training that responds to society's demands through a curriculum that will prepare you for employment in the building construction sector. The bachelor's degree in Architectural Technology and Building Construction will provide you with a Europe-focused, generalist education on the theory, techniques and technology of the building construction sector.

At the EPSEB, we emphasise going beyond lectures, fostering practical education and incorporating new teaching methods and activities that increase students' active participation in the learning process.

Workshops: practise like a professional from the first day

From your first year, you will take part in cross-disciplinary workshops in which you will learn by doing and building as part of a team. The workshops are designed for you to put the skills that you acquire into practice from the perspective of the subjects you take. You will work with others on a joint project, so from the start you will practise as you would when you work in Architectural Technology.


Because not all subjects are the same, at the EPSEB we foster a practical and applied educational model that includes teaching and research laboratories and classrooms. We also follow teaching methods that involve you learning as you apply your skills and enjoy what you are doing.

General information and admission

  • Duration: 4 years
  • Study load: 240 ECTS credits
  • Pre-enrolment code: 31016
  • Minimum entrance mark: 7.8
  • Timetable: Mornings and afternoons
  • New places: 150
  • Places for students changing degree: : 20 (S1) and 5 (S2)
  • Admission profile: Applicants should have taken science and technology subjects in their upper secondary school education
  • Fees, grants and financial aid: Consult fees, grants and payment options
  • Official degree: Recorded in the Ministry of Education's degree register

University pre-registration in the portal: Accesnet

Visits to building sites and leading companies in the sector

During the degree you will visit companies in the construction sector, as well as building sites, because we believe that the best way to learn is not always in the classroom - you need to see all that you learn in the real world.


Aquestes són les competències que adquiriràs en acabar el grau:

Generic competencies

Generic competencies are the skills that graduates acquire regardless of the specific course or field of study. The generic competencies established by the UPC are capacity for innovation and entrepreneurship, sustainability and social commitment, knowledge of a foreign language (preferably English), teamwork, proper use of information resources; an awareness and understanding, in the field of the degree, of sexual and gender inequality in society; the ability to integrate needs and preferences by reasons of sex and gender in designing solutions and solving problems.

General competencies

The general competencies for the degree, as specified in Section 3 of Order ECI/3855/2007, are the following:

    • The ability to direct the physical execution of building works, installations and construction elements and to control it from qualitative and quantitative perspectives.
    • The ability to control works' finances.
    • The ability to write occupational health and safety studies and plans, and coordinate the companies involved at both the design stage and the execution stage.
    • The ability to carry out technical tasks involving calculations, measurements, valuations and economic feasibility studies.
    • The ability to design technical projects and direct building works.
    • The ability to carry out energy efficiency analyses, assessments and certifications and sustainability studies of buildings.
    • The ability to carry out studies of the useful life cycle of materials, construction systems and buildings.
    • The ability to provide technical advice on processes for manufacturing materials and elements used in building construction.
    • The ability to manage the real estate process as a whole.