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Universidad Loyola Degree in Computer Engineering and Virtual Technologies
Universidad Loyola

Degree in Computer Engineering and Virtual Technologies

Seville, Spain

4 Years

English

Full time

22 Jul 2024

02 Sep 2024

EUR 9,280 / per year

On-Campus

Introduction

The Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering and Virtual Technologies gives you the standard competences of Computer Engineering described in the BOE of August 4, 2009, which enable you to access the Master of the profession of Computer Engineering in our country.

The curriculum of the Degree in Computer Engineering and Virtual Technologies is conceived for those students attracted by technical training, creativity and innovation. Among its contents you will find subjects such as modeling of physical systems, programming, computer systems architecture, design and programming of simulators, networks, communications and operating systems, animation or creativity, among others.

In addition, from the first courses, the Computer Engineering and Virtual Technologies career develops numerous specific competencies oriented to the simulation and video games sectors, becoming a degree with a broad future projection.

The vision of the Degree in Computer Engineering and Virtual Technologies is to prepare you so that you can develop your career working from large technology companies related to programming and content creation, video games and entertainment, to companies that cover a wide range of services creating applications and uses for social networks, mobile devices or specific software for different clients and sectors.

From the beginning of your studies you will work with real cases that will offer you an international perspective of the markets, projects and work processes, with the aim that your training is the most appropriate to face a global market.

At Loyola University we also want you to reflect on what kind of professional you want to be. Graduates in Computer Engineering and Virtual Technologies, in addition to developing a technical and innovative profile as computer engineers, have the vision of working to build a better world. You are ready?

Prepare for a global world

Loyola offers its students a world of possibilities to develop their academic and professional curriculum. Loyola University has more than 200 bilateral agreements for the exchange of students with universities in 45 countries in Europe, America, Asia and Africa.

Carrying out an international academic exchange is the opportunity to live unique experiences that will provide you with a new way of seeing life and the world, improve linguistic competence, maturity and more opportunities for employment.

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