Degree in Multimedia Engineering - Minor in Video Games Program By La Salle Ramon Llull University |Top Universities
La Salle was the first university in Spain to offer both university studies in Multimedia Engineering (1996) and the first Degree in Multimedia Engineering (2008). More than 20 years of training and professional activity of our graduates are the best guarantee of our work.

During your training process at La Salle Campus Barcelona you will have access to unique facilities like Medialab, Userlab, and Mediadome. In addition, when you enrol in this degree you will have the opportunity to:

Participate in both real corporate projects and European research projects in which La Salle is involved.
Do internships at top companies worldwide.
Participate in exchanges at top multimedia universities, such as the MIT or the Carnegie Mellon University.
Carry out both projects and practice work with fellow students who are enrolled in different engineering degrees.
Continue your training at the campus by enrolling in masters degrees and doctorates of the first level.
A specialisation in videogames is available in the curriculum of this degree. Said specialisation will be stated in your degree certificate as 'Specialisation in Videogames.'

About University

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founding member of Ramon Llull University, La Salle Campus Barcelona is a
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PhD programmes and Specialization Courses in the fields of Architecture,
Engineering, IT, Multimedia, Business Management, Digital Arts and Animation
& VFX, with technology built into its very DNA.

Salle Campus Barcelona is committed to entrepreneurship, constant interaction
between students and companies, and applied research. Also, remains faithful to
its mission of training professionals with values who are able to transform
society, fostering the development of the students’ social and humanistic

Salle Campus Barcelona is home to a unique forum for innovation: the Internet
of Things Institute of Catalonia, the first European laboratory for innovation
and research into the Internet of the Future, strengthening La Salle’s
ecosystem of innovation, fostering the transfer of knowledge and promoting

Salle is the largest non-profit global network specifically dedicated to
education. Boasts more than 300 years of history and is present in 80
countries. La Salle’s network comprises 1.083 schools and 65 universities, with
1.000.000 students, 300.000 of them university students.

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