Master's in Building Rehabilitation

2019/2020 · 60 credits

Quality assurance

All UDC centers have a Internal Quality Assurance System (IQAS), verified by the Agency to Calidade do Sistema Universitario de Galicia (ACSUG) and ANECA in FIDES programs and AUDIT, respectively, and in accordance with the standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the EHEA. Within IQAS centers integrate all their degrees and masters. IQAS procedures established who and how to follow up and monitoring of the results and the student's learning process in the titration, establishing coordinating bodies and mechanisms, evaluation and continuous improvement of the studies, which are the academic comittee and the quality assurance commision of center.

Learning outcomes

The IQAS establish how UDC centers measure and analyze the learning outcomes. To do the IQAS uses rates and global indicators for assessing the quality of training provided. Included among the results, in addition to the fees included in the title verification reports (efficiency rates, graduation and dropout), assessment rates, success and performance. We compare the results obtained in the title with the center's results for each indicator.

Academic years results

Quality assurance

To ensure that the title is developed in accordance with the verification report presented the center conducts an annual monitoring report in accordance with the procedures of the center IQAS and results. This report is reviewed by the ACSUG, external evaluation agency.

The outcome of this analysis will emerge corrective actions and improvement proposals that achieve the intended objectives and the improvement of the degree.

Committees

In order to ensure proper standards and quality at UDC, an academic management committee and a quality assurance committee are appointed for each faculty/school. In addition to, each faculty/school will be able to establish a specific academic management committee of the study.

Agrasar Quiroga, Fernando
Presidente
Vázquez Rodríguez, José Antonio
Vicepresidente
Raya De Blas, Antonio
Secretario/a
Estévez Cimadevila, Francisco Javier
Vocal PDI
Fernández Madrid, Joaquín
Vocal PDI
Alonso Pereira, José Ramón
Vocal PDI
Hermida González, Luís
Vocal PDI
Rodríguez Seijo, José Manuel
Vocal PDI
Prieto López, Juan Ignacio
Vocal PDI
Martínez Suárez, José Luís
Vocal PDI
Juan Sierra, Michael
Vocal Estudiante
Díaz Reiriz, Alejandra
Vocal Estudiante
Jaquete Gonzalez, Maria
Vocal Estudiante
Agrasar Quiroga, Fernando
Presidente
Otero Piñeiro, María Victoria
Vicepresidente
Raya De Blas, Antonio
Secretario/a
Castro García, Óscar
Vocal PDI
Rodríguez Álvarez, Jorge
Vocal PDI
Román Carracedo, Sara
Vocal Estudiante
López Arias, Pablo
Vocal Estudiante
Graña Seijo, Vanesa María
Vocal PAS
Vázquez Rodríguez, José Antonio
Vocal Coordinador de Título
García Fontán, Cristina
Vocal Coordinador de Título
Martín Gutiérrez, Emilio
Vocal Coordinador de Título
Casares Gallego, María Amparo
Vocal Coordinador de Título
Miras Cernadas, Herminia
Administrador/a del centro
Agrasar Quiroga, Fernando
Presidente
Blanco Lorenzo, Enrique Manuel
Vicepresidente
Raya De Blas, Antonio
Secretario/a
Vázquez Rodríguez, José Antonio
Vocal PDI
Pérez Valcárcel, Juan Bautista
Vocal PDI
Fernández Madrid, Joaquín
Vocal PDI
Franco Taboada, José Antonio
Vocal PDI
Agrasar Quiroga, Fernando
Vocal PDI
Louzao Martínez, Francisco Xabier
Vocal PDI
Rodríguez Cheda, José Benito
Vocal PDI
Estévez Cimadevila, Francisco Javier
Vocal PDI
Tarrío Carrodeguas, Santiago Bernardo
Vocal PDI
García Castro, José Manuel
Vocal Estudiante
Miras Cernadas, Herminia
Administrador/a del centro

Study facts

Study data

Students enrollment Period Value
Students count 2019/2020 29
Men 2019/2020 10
Women 2019/2020 19
Credits enrolled Period Value
Total enrolled credits 2019/2020 732
Credits on 1st enrollment 2019/2020 519
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2019/2020 87
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2019/2020 126
% credits repeated 2019/2020 29.1
Academic results Period Value
Average credits by student 2019/2020 25.24
SEGUIMIENTO rates Period Value
Leaving rate 2017/2018 20

Centre data

Student enrollment Period Value
Students count 2019/2020 865
Men 2019/2020 420
Women 2019/2020 445
Credits enrolled Period Value
Total enrolled credits 2019/2020 42,030
Credits on 1st enrollment 2019/2020 27,680
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2019/2020 9,234
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2019/2020 5,114
% credits repeated 2019/2020 34.14
Academics results Period Value
Average credits by student 2019/2020 48.59

Study data

Students enrollment Period Value
Students count 2018/2019 41
Men 2018/2019 16
Women 2018/2019 25
Credits enrolled Period Value
Total enrolled credits 2018/2019 1,191
Credits on 1st enrollment 2018/2019 927
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2018/2019 135
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2018/2019 129
% credits repeated 2018/2019 22.17
Academic results Period Value
Average credits by student 2018/2019 29.05
Evaluation rate 2018/2019 75.31
Success rate 2018/2019 99.67
Performance rate 2018/2019 75.06
SEGUIMIENTO rates Period Value
Efficiency rate 2018/2019 86.71
Graduation rate 2017/2018 20
Leaving rate 2016/2017 0

Centre data

Student enrollment Period Value
Students count 2018/2019 990
Men 2018/2019 478
Women 2018/2019 512
Credits enrolled Period Value
Total enrolled credits 2018/2019 47,750
Credits on 1st enrollment 2018/2019 33,170
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2018/2019 10,140
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2018/2019 4,437
% credits repeated 2018/2019 30.53
Academics results Period Value
Average credits by student 2018/2019 48.23
Evaluation rate 2018/2019 72.82
Success rate 2018/2019 80.54
Performance rate 2018/2019 58.65

Study data

Students enrollment Period Value
Students count 2017/2018 32
Men 2017/2018 11
Women 2017/2018 21
Credits enrolled Period Value
Total enrolled credits 2017/2018 906
Credits on 1st enrollment 2017/2018 678
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2017/2018 228
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2017/2018 0
% credits repeated 2017/2018 25.17
Academic results Period Value
Average credits by student 2017/2018 28.31
Evaluation rate 2017/2018 66.56
Success rate 2017/2018 99
Performance rate 2017/2018 65.89
SEGUIMIENTO rates Period Value
Efficiency rate 2017/2018 84.51
Graduation rate 2016/2017 33.33

Centre data

Student enrollment Period Value
Students count 2017/2018 1,039
Men 2017/2018 476
Women 2017/2018 563
Credits enrolled Period Value
Total enrolled credits 2017/2018 54,010
Credits on 1st enrollment 2017/2018 38,440
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2017/2018 11,320
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2017/2018 4,251
% credits repeated 2017/2018 28.83
Academics results Period Value
Average credits by student 2017/2018 51.99
Evaluation rate 2017/2018 75.81
Success rate 2017/2018 82.12
Performance rate 2017/2018 62.26

Facts by subject

Success Not success Not presented

Mandatory

Architectural Heritage: Theory and Analysis
17
0
4
Graphic Survey Methods
14
0
3
Restoration Project: Concept and Method
14
0
0
Construction Assemblies Inspection
15
0
0
Building Inspection
16
0
2
Facilities Inspection
15
0
0
Energy Assessment for Rehabilitation Projects
14
0
4
Rehabilitation Tecniques for Buildings
13
0
3
Intervention Techniques in Rehabilitation Facilities
13
0
4
Assessment and underpinning of foundations
14
0
3
Damage and Restoration of Concrete Structures
14
0
4
Damage and Restoration of Wooden Structures
14
1
4

Optional

Modern Architectural Actions and Strategies
8
0
1
History of Architectural Heritage
9
0
3
Architectural Research and Documentation Skills
7
0
1
Using Technology for Architectural Research
9
0
0
Resource Management on Restoration Projects
13
0
0
Materials deterioration and traditional building technology
13
0
2
Rehabilitation and Sustainability
13
0
1
Structural Analysis of Historical Buildings
8
0
3
Damage and Restoration of Stonework Structures
6
0
6
Advanced Structural Repair and Reinforcement Systems
9
0
0

Final Year Dissertation

Final Year Dissertation
15
0
25

Success Not success Not presented

Mandatory

Architectural Heritage: Theory and Analysis
9
0
6
Graphic Survey Methods
12
0
2
Restoration Project: Concept and Method
10
0
1
Construction Assemblies Inspection
11
0
0
Building Inspection
11
0
2
Facilities Inspection
11
0
0
Energy Assessment for Rehabilitation Projects
10
0
6
Rehabilitation Tecniques for Buildings
15
0
1
Intervention Techniques in Rehabilitation Facilities
10
0
3
Assessment and underpinning of foundations
9
0
3
Damage and Restoration of Concrete Structures
13
0
4
Damage and Restoration of Wooden Structures
9
1
5

Optional

Modern Architectural Actions and Strategies
5
0
3
History of Architectural Heritage
5
0
3
Architectural Research and Documentation Skills
6
0
1
Using Technology for Architectural Research
3
0
0
Resource Management on Restoration Projects
8
0
2
Materials deterioration and traditional building technology
12
0
1
Rehabilitation and Sustainability
8
0
1
Structural Analysis of Historical Buildings
6
0
2
Damage and Restoration of Stonework Structures
5
1
2
Advanced Structural Repair and Reinforcement Systems
5
0
1

Final Year Dissertation

Final Year Dissertation
3
0
26

Success Not success Not presented

Mandatory

Architectural Heritage: Theory and Analysis
20
0
4
Graphic Survey Methods
21
0
3
Restoration Project: Concept and Method
24
0
0
Construction Assemblies Inspection
24
0
0
Building Inspection
21
0
3
Facilities Inspection
24
0
0
Energy Assessment for Rehabilitation Projects
22
0
2
Rehabilitation Tecniques for Buildings
19
0
5
Intervention Techniques in Rehabilitation Facilities
22
0
2
Assessment and underpinning of foundations
23
0
1
Damage and Restoration of Concrete Structures
18
0
6
Damage and Restoration of Wooden Structures
20
0
4

Optional

Modern Architectural Actions and Strategies
5
0
1
History of Architectural Heritage
10
0
2
Architectural Research and Documentation Skills
13
0
3
Using Technology for Architectural Research
13
0
1
Resource Management on Restoration Projects
19
0
0
Materials deterioration and traditional building technology
15
0
4
Rehabilitation and Sustainability
19
0
2
Structural Analysis of Historical Buildings
11
0
1
Damage and Restoration of Stonework Structures
10
0
4
Advanced Structural Repair and Reinforcement Systems
14
0
1

Final Year Dissertation

Final Year Dissertation
6
0
18

Master thesis works

These are the master thesis works that have been read in recent academic years.

A Chaira, rehabilitation of an abandoned hydroelectric village

Analysis, diagnosis and action lines for the revitalization of a Galician rural town. Chao da Viña (Irixoa).

Architectural typology study of Drinking Water Treatment Plants. Case study: Filter house in Cañás, Carral (A Coruña)

Fab Lab Vigo. Architecture rehabilitation of Finca Solita

Forgotten architecture restoration: a centenary house on Otero street in Vila de Cruces

From fragmentation to the connected space. Methodological study of the patrimonial interventions of annexation

Historical-architectural formation of the Main Street of the town of Sarria

Passive architecture in urban environments. Case study: Exterior walls in Ferrol Vello

Popular architecture in Oia. Lessons for architectural rehabilitation

Previos study for the urban rehabilitation in the House of Ramírez and its environment (Santiago de Compostela)

Rehabilitation and sustainability in popular architecture. Case study: Monfero

Restoration of the Rector's House of San Juan de Barrán

Sustainable proposals for the refurbishment of popular architecture. Case study: Agolada

Sustainable rehabilitation of Outeiro's old baths

The Monastery of Bergondo: from historical study to the intervention

Carpentry workshop. Wooden windows in Santiago de Compostela Old Town

Rehabilitation of "La Venta", an indian house, and "El Payoto", an old farmhouse, in Vidiago, A Village in Llanes, Asturias

Rehabilitation of two buildings for hostel use in the Berbés neighborhood, Vigo

Offer places

Offer available places last year and, for degree studies, you can also check the cut notes of those admitted by PAAU.

academic year 2018/2019
General offer 25