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eLearn Center Education and ICT Programme

Coming under the umbrella of the Psychology and Education Sciences Department, the Education and ICT Programme brings together all the UOC's knowledge of e-learning in the form of an academic offer. It is therefore an unbeatable tool for transferring this knowledge and enabling it to evolve. In this sense, it is a best practices environment for the University's education model, as it is aimed at students who want to learn using the latest technical and education trends.

Education and ICT Programme details:

  • 2,000 graduates
  • University master's degrees of 60 ECTS
  • Five postgraduate course of 30 ECTS
  • Four specializations of 12 ECTS
  • One international postgraduate course of 30 ECTS
  • Between 400 and 500 students every semester

Education and ICT Programme range of courses:

University master's degree

University master's degree

The aim of the university master's degree in Education and ICT (e-learning) is to train teachers, designers, managers and administrators who work in education and business and who are driven by the need to improve and the desire to get the most out of information and communication technologies (ICT) for teaching and training.

Postgraduate courses and specializations

Postgraduate courses and specializations

The wide range of UOC postgraduate courses and specializations in e-learning offers innovative and quality training in one of the emerging fields of the information society, namely complete or partial e-learning.

Doctoral degree

Doctoral Degree

The Education and ICT doctoral programme offers the option of writing doctoral theses linked to priority research lines for the eLearn Center. The aim of this programme is to collate actions and founded decisions regarding the time factor in online teaching.

This doctoral degree, which also welcomes unpublished e-learning research contributions, specializes in three areas:

  • Teaching and learning processes.
  • Education organization, management and policies.
  • Technological resources for learning.