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Bachelor’s Degree in Filmmaking

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Bachelor’s Degree in Filmmaking

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Program details
Branch of knowledge: Arts and humanities
Field: Film and Audiovisuals
Modality: On-site, face-to-face sessions
Teaching language: Catalan, Spanish
Credits: 240 ECTS
Head of Studies: Jaume Macià
Coordinator: Laura Diego
Cut-off marks: 5 (7,022) (July 2021, start of process, via PAU and FP)
Indicative price per credit: 21,46 € (academic year 2022-2023)


ESCAC’s 240-credit, four-year Bachelor’s Degree in Cinematography offers an official university education (University of Barcelona) in line with the new European standards. The degree is pending approval by the Council of Universities.

With its own methodology based on 5 axes (learning by doing, challenge-based learning, project-based work, author-spectator and academic learning), students will learn the technique and narrative of filmmaking in order to be able to apply it to any audiovisual medium.

From the third year onwards and through optional subjects, students specialise in one of the eight disciplines taught at the school: Production, Directing, Cinematography, Art Direction, Screenwriting, Editing, Sound). In the fourth year, students develop their specialisation through the TFGs.


Until the 2022-2023 academic year, ESCAC has offered the 180-credit, three-year Bachelor’s Degree in Cinematography, which was positively verified by the Council of Universities on 11 July 2017. The last graduating class of this degree will complete their studies in the academic year 2024-2025. See the academic information of this degree in extinction.

Objectives and competences

Objectives of the degree

To provide students with the ability to express themselves through audiovisual language thanks to the mastery of its narrative mechanisms, as well as to provide them with the knowledge and skills to know and be able to creatively exercise their different professions (production, screenwriting, direction, art direction, photography direction, editing and sound), having a solid knowledge in the field of film studies that will allow them to analyse and evaluate all types of audiovisual discourse.

  • In the field of production, they will be provided with the mastery of the techniques and mechanisms of audiovisual production, throughout the processes of ideation, development and exploitation of audiovisual works.
  • In screenwriting, they will be trained to be able to devise, develop and write scripts for audiovisual works of different characteristics.
  • In directing, they will be provided with the knowledge and skills to carry out the planning, production and supervision of all types of audiovisual productions.
  • In art direction, they will be taught to conceive, design and develop the space, costumes and props for an audiovisual work.
  • Photography directors will be trained to conceive, design and materialise the lighting, chromatic and general visual treatment of an audiovisual work.
  • In editing, they will learn how to structure, manage and properly treat the audiovisual material of a production by mastering the resources and strategies of editing and post-production.
  • In sound, they will be provided with a command of the techniques and mechanisms for carrying out the processes involved in the recording, design and sound post-production of an audiovisual work.

Learning outcomes

    • At the end of the course, the student will be able to analyse a film text from a personal, critical and creative point of view, thanks to the mastery of the basic parameters of iconographic and narrative analysis of audiovisual pieces.
    • Recognise concepts related to the historical and socio-cultural context in which cinema and audiovisuals have developed in different stages.
    • Articulate a theoretical discourse on the latest cinematographic and audiovisual trends that are being developed at the present time.
    • Situate cinematographic and audiovisual creation in the historical evolution of visual culture.
    • Evaluate the use of montage as a narrative and expressive element in film creation.
    • Evaluate the use of sound and musical elements in an audiovisual work taking into account its expressive and communicative values.
    • Evaluate the expressive and narrative resources of the direction of photography in an audiovisual work.
    • Relate plots and characters of modern audiovisual works with mythological and literary sources
    • Place the most relevant works and authors of documentary film in their historical context, recognising the importance that this has had as a means of creation in the formation of the codes of contemporary audiovisual works, both fiction and non-fiction.
    • At the end of the course, the student will be able to generate research work based on the consultation of bibliographical sources and the viewing of audiovisual material.
    • Devise, develop and write scripts for audiovisual works of different characteristics, formats and genres.
    • Apply the techniques and mechanisms of the production of audiovisual works for decision-making throughout the processes of ideation, development and exploitation.
    • Carry out the processes related to the conception, design and development of the space, costumes and props involved in the production of an audiovisual work, adapting them to the narrative needs of the story and the character.
    • Apply the mechanisms of audiovisual language to the production of film stories, both fiction and non-fiction.
    • Carry out, in a creative way and thanks to the mastery of the necessary technical elements, the processes involved in the design, recording and post-production of the sound of an audiovisual work.
    • Carry out the processes related to the structuring, management and treatment of the audiovisual material shot through the mastery of the resources, strategies and technical elements of editing and post-production.
    • Carry out the planning, realisation and supervision of an audiovisual production, both fiction and documentary, applying the techniques and mechanisms of the direction of audiovisual works.
    • Creatively apply knowledge of photographic language and technique to the use of analogue and digital cameras.
    • Carry out the processes related to the conception, design and materialisation of the lighting, chromatic and visual treatment in general within the framework of an audiovisual work.
    • Communicate with actors when directing them and use the stage space as a means of expression in the staging of a dramatic work.
    • At the end of the learning process, the student will be able to put into context the unequal position of men and women in the professional sphere, in order to seek solutions that allow for progress in equality, both in the most creative and technical areas.
    • Demonstrate maturity and analytical rigour in the development of the self-assessment process of the work developed both on a personal level and by the team as a whole.
    • Autonomously apply research methodologies and skills to create filmic texts in higher level studies.
    • Know and be able to apply the requirements for a film shoot to be sustainable and respectful of the environment.
    • Behave in accordance with the ethical principles of the profession, with no room for ideological discrimination leading to the offence or undermining of individuals.
    • Demonstrate creative and enterprising capacity, to formulate, design and manage projects and to seek and integrate new knowledge and attitudes.
    • Work autonomously, make decisions and adapt to new situations.

Access, pre-registration and enrolment

General information on pre-registration and admission

Depending on your previous studies, there are different ways to access the UB’s bachelor’s degree courses. This information, which is constantly updated, can be consulted at: Admission to UB bachelor’s degree courses.

    • In the case of access from the university entrance exams (PAU) or from a higher level training cycle (CFGS), you should visit the website of the Generalitat de Catalunya where there are permanently updated, the specifics for access through these routes: Access and admission.

In order to access the first year of a university course at any of the seven public universities in Catalonia, students who have completed the PAU, vocational training courses and the exam for students over 25 years of age must complete university pre-enrolment. We recommend that you visit the website of the Generalitat de Catalunya where you will find permanently updated information on university pre-enrolment: University pre-enrolment.

Specific information on access corresponding to the Degree in Filmmaking

The assessment of the values and abilities required of prospective students will be carried out through a Personal Aptitude Test (PAP), the passing of which will be necessary to gain access to the Degree in Cinematography. The elements that make up the PAP are:

  • the portfolio,
  • a video pitch and
  • a practical test of audiovisual creation.

Candidates will deliver their portfolio and videopitch on the established dates. The audiovisual creation test will take place on a specific day and on the basis of certain premises.

The dates of the PAP will be established each academic year in accordance with the indications of the University Admissions Office. The result of the PAP will be pass or fail.

See calendar and specifics of access to the Degree for the academic year 2023-2024.

Transfer regulations

ESCAC is governed by UB transfer regulations.

Registration period and procedure

Enrolment takes place once places have been allocated by the University Access Office and during the month of July. The centre will contact each student to give them the date and time of enrolment.

Welcome sessions

  • The ESCAC carries out different actions to inform prospective students beforehand.
    • Open Days.
    • Presence at the Saló de l’Ensenyament.
    • Presence at Unitour, University Orientation Fair.
    • Personal interviews and visits to the school to anyone who requests them.
    • Presence of school staff at secondary education centres on request.
    • Support to high school students in carrying out their research work by school staff.
    • Talks and workshops on filmmaking for groups of secondary school students at the school’s facilities.
    • Summer courses for secondary and high school students.
    • Summer course for secondary school teachers.


Every academic year, the ESCAC offers ordinary scholarships for training for the Degree in Cinematography, on a competitive basis.

See the specificities and the calendar of the 2023-2024 call for scholarships.

In addition, the student can also apply for:


Teaching and evaluation calendar academic year 2022-2023

First semester: 12/09/22 to 03/02/23
Second semester: 13/02/23 to 30/06/23

Continuous assessment
First semester: 12/09/22 to 3/2/23
Second semester: 13/02/23 to 30/06/23

Single assessment
First semester: 09/01/23 to 03/02/23
Second semester: 01/06/23 to 30/06/23

First semester: 26/06/23 to 7/07/23
Second semester: 10/07/23 to 20/07/23

Calendar of holidays and public holidays academic year 22-23

Public holidays: 12 October, 31 October, 1 November, 6 and 8 December 2022, 1 May 2023 and 1 May 2023
2022, 1 May 2023

Christmas Holidays: 26 December 2022 to 8 January 2023

Easter holidays: from 3 to 10 April 2023


Title of degree course: Degree in Filmmaking

Degree in passing the Bachelor’s Degree: Graduate in Filmmaking from the Universitat de Barcelona

Minimum duration of studies and ECTS credits: Four academic years and 240 ECTS credits

Syllabus Degree in Filmmaking

Teaching plans

Teaching Staff

  • Maria Adell
    • PhD in Audiovisual Communication from the UPF. Professor of several subjects on film history and Spanish film history at ESCAC and UB. Researcher on female film stars of Franco’s regime and on contemporary Spanish actresses and filmmakers.
  • Yago Alcover
    • Graduate in Film and Audiovisual Media from ESCAC (2007), specialising in Documentary. Member of the pedagogy department and coordinator of the undergraduate studies at ESCAC. Since 2019, member of the creative film collective CraterLab. He has collaborated in the magazines Contrapicado, Mondo Sonoro and Rockdelux. As a musician and editor, he has published more than a dozen references in Spain, France and the Netherlands. Author of the documentary pieces Loop Film and Si a el menos recuerdo el olor a tú ceniza.
  • Carlos Alonso
    • Graduate in Film and Audiovisual Media from ESCAC (2012). Author of the short films Hogar, hogar (2013) and Pequeña silenciosa (2016). Co-author of the collective feature film Los inocentes (2013), in charge of video content at ESCAC. Director of the feature film Share, in development.
  • Jordi Bransuela
    • Graduate in Film and Audiovisual Media from ESCAC (1998). Director of photography for Hijo de Caín (Jesús Monllaó, 2012), La rosa de fuego (Manel Huerga, 2012) and numerous projects shot in 3D. Colourist for the TV series Merlí and the feature films La corona partida (Jordi Frades, 2016) and La vida libre (Marc Recha, 2017).
  • Diego Calderón
    • Graduate in modern music; Master’s degree in Music as an Interdisciplinary Art; Master’s degree in University Teaching; Doctor in Art History; Doctor in Educational Technology. Author of more than 60 articles in indexed journals. Author of 4 books and nearly 20 book chapters. His main lines of research revolve around sound and music and their implication with different arts.
  • Christian Checa
    • Graduate in Film and Audiovisual Studies from the ESCAC (2006); Degree in Philosophy from the UB (2009); Master in Contemporary Film and Audiovisual Studies from the UPF (2009), and PhD in Social Communication from the UPF (2016). Lecturer in Film Studies and Thought and Creation for the Degree in Cinematography. Author of the book No trespassing. From the bodies of cinema to contemporary conspiracy.
  • Geoffrey Cowper
    • Graduate in Film and Audiovisual Media from ESCAC, specialising in directing. Director of the short film Caracoles and the feature film Tercero grado, as well as numerous video clips and commercials.
  • Jaume Duran
    • PhD in Audiovisual Communication with the thesis Narrativa audiovisual y cine de animación por ordenador. The feature films of Mear Animation Studios; BA in Philology; BA in Linguistics; DEA in Art History. Film lecturer at the UB, the URL, the ENTI and the ESCAC. Author of La muerte en el cine. 50 films about death.
  • Virginia García de Pino
    • Graduate in Fine Arts and Master in Creative Documentary by the UAB. Lecturer at ESCAC and UAB. Film director and visual artist. Author, among others, of the feature film La 10ª carta (2014) and the short film Improvisaciones de una ardilla (2017), winner of the award for best documentary short film at the Malaga Film Festival.
  • Roger Guaus
    • Technical Telecommunications Engineer specialising in Image and Sound from the URL (1994), Higher Telecommunications Engineer specialising in Communications from the UPC (2000), Master’s Degree in Digital Television from the URL (2002).
  • Josep Gustems
    • PhD in Pedagogy; advanced degree in Music; degree in Cultural Anthropology. Professor of Didactics of Musical Expression at the UB and director of the Department.
  • Daniel Jariod
    • Graduate in Film and Audiovisuals from ESCAC, specialising in Documentary. As a filmmaker, he has directed Imparables (2013), Jazz, What a Wonderful World (2010) and Con música lo escuchías todo mejor (2009). He teaches at ESCAC, ECIB and UB. At the same time, he has programmed the DocsBarcelona (2007-2019) and Memorimage (2014-2019) festivals.
  • Carlos Losilla
    • Graduate in Philosophy and Arts from the UAB (1984). PhD in Audiovisual Communication from the UPF (2010). Essayist and lecturer at the UPF and ESCAC. Member of the editorial board of the magazines Caimán Cuadernos de Cine and La Furia Umana. His books include En busca de Ulrich Seidl (2003), La invención de Hollywood (2005), EWl sitio de Viena (2007), La invención de la modernidad (2013), Zona de sombra (2014), Raoul Walsh (2020).
  • Jaume Macià
    • PhD in Pedagogy with the thesis Structural models for writing short film scripts (2014). Graduate in Catalan Philology from the UB. Director of Studies at ESCAC and teacher of several subjects in the scriptwriting department since the 1994-95 academic year.
  • Joan Marimón Padrosa
    • Graduate in Art History from the UB. Film producer, manager of Marimon Padrosa SL (Mar & Mi Producciones). Scriptwriter and director. Author of the books El montaje cinematográfico and Diccionario incompleto del guion audiovisual.
  • José Enrique Monterde
    • PhD in Art History. Lecturer in Art Theory and Film History at the UB and ESCAC. Film critic and author of numerous books and articles on film.
  • Xavier Parache
    • Graduate in International Business and Marketing from ESCI, a centre affiliated to the UPF. Master’s Degree in Financial and Accounting Management from UPF. Executive MBA from the Instituto de Empresa. Partner/Owner of Gate Media, an independent consultancy firm that has worked for multiple film and audiovisual production, distribution and exhibition companies.
  • Marta Rodríguez
    • Graduate in Film and Audiovisual Media from ESCAC, specialising in production. Producer of the feature film The Girl from the Song. Co-creator of N.E.S.A., where she specialises in telling stories in different formats and exploring the narrative potential of immersive experiences and XR technology.
  • Sergi Sánchez
    • PhD in Audiovisual Communication from the UPF. Lecturer at ESCAC and UPF. Film critic for Fotogramas and La Razón. Contributor to several publications specialising in film and author of books such as Hacia una imagen no-tiempo: Deleuze y el cine contemporáneo.
  • Vanesa Sola
    • Graduate in Art History from the Universitat de València. Graduate in Film and Audiovisual Media from ESCAC, specialising in Cinematography. Director of photography for the feature film Mí querida cofradía and several short films, commercials and video clips.
  • Nina Solà
    • Graduate in Film and Audiovisual Media from ESCAC, specialising in documentary (2014). Director of the documentaries Cartes al meu fill, El temps després de la pluja and La passió segons Pep Amores. Co-founder of the artistic collective Mambo Project and director of the play La fiesta.
  • Adriana Vila
    • PhD in Anthropology from the UB. Filmmaker, artist and anthropologist dedicated to teaching and to the cinematographic creation of single-channel pieces, installations and filmic performances. Co-founder of the analogue film laboratory Crater-Lab.
  • Gerard Vila
    • Graduate in film and audiovisuals from ESCAC, specialising in editing. Master’s degree in Opera Prima, specialising in editing. Editor of feature films such as The Girl from the Song (Ibai Abad, 2017) and Y’viene Always Wanted tone Direct (Steve Jacobs, 2020).

Student support

Learning resources

    • Theoretical classrooms equipped with audiovisual projection equipment: Classroom 1.1: 102.48 m2, 95 places. Classroom 1.2: 75.41 m2, 65 places. Classroom 1.3: 75,41 m2, 65 places. Classroom 1.4: 102,48 m2, 105 places. Classroom 1.5: 61,64 m2, 30 places. Classroom 1.6: 52,79 m2, 30 places. Classroom 1.7: 50,86 m2, 30 places. Classroom 2.2: 39,13 m2, 12 places. Classroom 2.3: 40,97 m2, 12 places. Classroom 2.4: 38,16 m2, 12 places. Classroom 2.5: 44,92 m2, 12 places. Classroom 2.6: 41,77 m2, 30 places. Classroom 1: 65,90 m2, 30 places. Classroom 2: 73.31 m2, 30 places.
    • Computer rooms: Classroom 1.8: 42,01 m2, 13 computers. Classroom 1.9: 74,38 m2, 30 computers. Classroom 2.1: 39,76 m2, 13 computers. Classroom 3: 67,93 m2, 30 computers. Classroom 4: 67,93 m2, 13 computers. Classroom 5: 67,94 m2, 13 computers. Classroom 6: 65,90 m2, 30 computers.
    • Computer programs: Avid, Final Cut, Adobe Suite, Davinci Resolve, Movie Magic Scheduling, Movie Magic Budgeting, Autocad, Compressor, Cinema Tools, Autodesk Maya 2017, Arnold Render, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Photoshop, Nuke X, Mari, Hierro, 3D equalizer, HOUDINI 15, UvLayout, Adobe flash, Zbrush 4 v 7, Mocha pro, Nuke Studio, Deadline 6, PF track, Ftrack, Mudbox, Reial Flow, Shave & Hirecut, Dragon frame.
    • Drawing room: 80 m2 and 25 drawing tables.
    • Photography laboratory: 34 m2, 10 universal format enlargers, 3 medium format enlargers.
    • Special equipment: Stage 1: 258,63 m2. Stage 2: 111.63 m2. Protools 1 editing room: 15 m2 (1 table). Protools 2 editing room: 14 m2 (1 table). Protools 3 editing room: 51.09 m2 (1 table). 5.1 / 7.1 mixing room: 51 m2 (1 table). Voice-over room: 12 m2. Assembly and viewing room 1: 10 m2. Room for editing and viewing 2: 10 m2. Colourimetry room: 20 m2. Lighting equipment store: 300 m2, with more than 100,000 watts of light (incandescent, fluorescent, HDMI, LED). Direct sound recording equipment: Sound Devices, Tascam, Sensheisser, etc.
  • MEDIATECA OF 125M2 AMB 40 seats and 8 computers.

Tutorial action plan

    • Welcoming, integrating and orienting first-year students. Provide curricular guidance to first, second and third year students. Provide guidance on professional and academic opportunities for fourth-year students.
    • The person responsible for the coordination of the tutor group is the degree coordinator, who is in charge of energising the tutor team, participating in the formulation of the tutorial action programmes and providing the resources and action strategies for the tutors to carry out their functions.
    • Tutors inform students about ESCAC and its teaching and help them adapt to the new study environment, guide them in curricular aspects, intervene in their training, optimise their curricular itinerary, complement their training with other activities and provide them with professional guidance.


Final Degree Project - TFG

There are two types of Final Degree Project: collective and individual.

The collective TFG is an audiovisual work created by groups of students, each of whom acts as team leader in one of the technical and creative tasks or functions that have formed part of their learning, depending on their interests and aptitudes and the elective taken. The positions held by the students in the working groups will be: screenwriter, producer, director, art director, director of photography, editor and sound designer.
The TFGs are complete audiovisual productions (generally short films) that are developed in all their phases: pre-production, production and post-production, using the material and facilities of the centre, and under the supervision of the school’s production company, Escac Films. Each student is tutored in a way that is specific to the profession he or she is involved in the creation of the audiovisual work.

The centre has a TFG Committee, the members of which are appointed by the Board of the Centre, which has the following functions:

  • Drawing up the TFG teaching plan.
  • To determine the conditions under which the TFG must be carried out: equipment, timetable, financial endowment and other aspects related to its production.
  • Approve the project dossiers presented by the students.
  • To award each student a team leader position in one of the approved projects.
  • To assign a tutor to each student enrolled in the course.
  • Plan and schedule the conditions under which the public defence of the TFG will take place.
  • Any other function that may be assigned by the Board of the Centre.

The individual TFG is a research project, a study or report that involves an exercise that integrates the training received throughout the degree. It involves students applying the knowledge, skills, attitudes and competences acquired throughout the degree. The work can be presented in two different modalities:

1) written work on one of the subjects on the programme;
2) an audiovisual piece that develops any subject of the programme, accompanied by a report.

The TFG proposals submitted by students will be evaluated by the TFG Commission. Once accepted, the Commission will assign each student a tutor. The tutor is responsible for the guidance and supervision of the TFG. The appointment as tutor will initially entail the task of helping the student to define the TFG proposal that will have to be approved by the TFG Committee.

Subsequently, the tutor’s guidance and supervision will be directed to:

  • Delimitation of the subject and definition of the objectives.
  • Drawing up the work plan.
  • Documentary and methodological guidance.
  • Monitoring the development of the work.
  • Drawing conclusions.
  • Provision of guidelines for the defence.
  • Assessment of the process developed and the results obtained.
  • The evaluation system is part of the teaching plan of the subject.

It is the responsibility of the TFG Committee:

  • To determine the timetable and the procedure for the submission of the TFG.
  • Determine the conditions for the defence, which must be public and oral.
  • Appoint the tribunals that will have to assess the TFG, which will be made up of three lecturers, one of whom may be the one who has acted as tutor.


The external internships are professional internship activities in companies and public institutions that the students of the centre carry out during their university training. Students will carry out functions related to their learning in companies in the audiovisual sector, mainly audiovisual production companies, with which the centre has collaboration agreements.
The work placement coordinator is in charge of reviewing and updating the agreements, incorporating new centres, monitoring the development of the work placement projects in each entity and collecting the evaluation made by the centre.
The academic tutor is in charge of informing the student about the characteristics of the work placement and monitoring the activity, meeting periodically to assess the development.
The professional tutor is in charge of guiding and training the student at the work centre during the work placement period. He/she also draws up an assessment of how the student has developed his/her skills, attitudes and knowledge during the work placement.
At the end of the work placement, the student submits a report.

Quality system

The quality system of the centre takes as a reference the standards and guidelines for quality assurance in the European Higher Education Area developed by the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA) and adopted by the European Ministers of Education in Bergen (2005), follows the guidelines established by the quality agencies Agency for the Quality of the University System of Catalonia (AQU Catalonia), the National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation (ANECA) and the Agency for the Quality of University Studies of Galicia (AGSUG) in the AUDIT programme and meets the requirements of the regulations established in the official university education regulations of the Ministry of Education and Science.

The centre’s quality system integrates all the activities related to the quality assurance of the bachelor’s and master’s degrees and deploys the Internal Quality Assurance System (SAIQU) as the instrument to be used both in the design phase of the courses and in the continuous monitoring of these to ensure the achievement of the objectives associated with the training, their modification, if necessary, and their accreditation (VSMA).

Read more about the Quality System

Application for the diploma

This procedure is exclusively for graduates who have already completed their academic transcript and passed all the necessary credits.

  1. Access the specific URL for the degree you wish to apply for and pay the corresponding degree fee (amount established by the University Fees Decree for the current academic year).
    Application for the Degree and SET of Graduate in Cinema and Audiovisual Media (official degree) – academic year from 2009/2010 onwards
    Application for the Degree of Graduate in Film and Audiovisual Media (official degree) – academic year from 1994 to 2013
  2. Fill in the application form (document to download at the bottom of this page), sign it and send it scanned by email to
  3. The student must submit to the Academic Secretary: (can be sent online)
    Degree application form
    Proof of payment
    Copy of identity document (DNI/NIE/Passport)

At this point, we will be able to issue the student with the certificate of completion and process its issuance.

Contact: Marta Figueras

Application for an official diploma

Application for a specific diploma


Preguntas más frecuentes sobre Acceso

  • ¿Des de qué bachillerato puedo acceder?
    • Desde cualquiera. Puedes consultar las ponderaciones 2022-2023 en la sección de acceso.
  • ¿Desde qué Ciclos Formativos de Grado Superior (CFGS) puedo acceder?
    • Desde cualquiera. Siempre es mejor si accedes desde algún ciclo relacionado con el audiovisual (Imagen y Sonido, Realización, etc.), ya que te puede dar una buena base para nuestros estudios.
  • ¿Puedo acceder desde un Ciclo Formativo de Grado Medio (CFGM)?
    • No. El CFGM te da acceso a un CFGS, desde el que sí puedes acceder al Grado.
  • ¿Qué necesito para acceder al Grado en Cinematografía?
    • Necesitas superar nuestra Prueba de Aptitud Personal y tener la nota de corte requerida para este año según tu vía de acceso.
  • ¿Qué es la nota de corte?
    • La nota de corte es la calificación más baja con la que puedes conseguir la admisión al grado por medio del proceso de adjudicación de plazas (preinscripción universitaria). Dependerá de la relación entre la oferta de plazas y la demanda de solicitantes y no hay una nota mínima preestablecida, sino que el/la último/a alumno/a admitido/a marca la nota de corte. En la sección de acceso encontrarás los indicadores con las notas de corte de los últimos años así como las asignaturas que ponderan para nota. Consejo: si vienes de bachillerato o de CFGS preséntate a las materias específicas de la selectividad para poder ir con la nota más alta posible.
  • ¿Cuáles han sido las últimas notas de corte?
    • 2014-2015 7,91; 2015-2016 6,5; 2016-2017 6,45; 2017-2018 7,333; 2018-2019 9,264; 2019-2020 9,762; 2020-2021 9,650; 2021-2022 9,442
  • ¿Cómo funciona la Preinscripción Universitaria?
    • Puedes encontrar toda la información sobre el proceso de preinscripción universitaria en el Canal Universidad.
  • ¿Cuándo sabré si tengo plaza en el Grado?
    • Si has superado la PAP y has hecho todos los trámites de Preinscripción Universitaria y pago de la prueba correctamente, sólo tendrás que esperarte a que la Oficina de Acceso a la Universidad te asigne una plaza a nuestro Grado (según la nota de corte). La primera asignación de plazas la realizan durante la segunda semana de Julio (fechas a determinar).
  • Si finalmente me asignan plaza, ¿qué tengo que hacer?
    • Nosotros nos pondremos en contacto contigo vía correo electrónico para darte toda la información sobre el proceso de matrícula.
  • ¿Y si supero la PAP pero no me asignan plaza?
    • Si tienes la nota de corte requerida y la no asignación de plaza es a causa de alguna incidencia de documentación/vía de acceso, etc. te recomendamos que te pongas en contacto con la Oficina de Acceso a la Universidad para hacer la reclamación pertinente para poder entrar en las reasignaciones siguientes de Julio/Agosto/Septiembre. Si no tienes la nota de corte requerida para este curso, deberás intentar subir nota de cara al siguiente curso o bien esperar que la nota sea más baja. Puedes aprovechar para entrar ya a ESCAC cursando el FOUNDATION lo que te permitirá, aparte de adquirir conocimientos que seguro son un plus a tu formación, conocer a fondo el funcionamiento de la escuela y acceder a la comunidad ESCAC participando y ayudando en proyectos de cursos de Grado. Además, te ayudaremos a preparar materias de la selectividad específica para que puedas subir tu nota de acceso al Grado de cara al siguiente curso.
  • Si ya he comenzado una carrera universitaria, ¿puedo reconocer algunos créditos / asignaturas?
    • Sí, en el momento de la matrícula puedes solicitar el trámite de reconocimiento de créditos a Secretaría Académica del centro.
      Si has comenzado un grado dentro de la misma rama de conocimiento que nuestro grado (Artes y Humanidades) deberás reconocer un mínimo de 27 créditos de Formación Básica directamente.
      Si el grado que has iniciado pertenece a otra rama de conocimiento puedes pedir el estudio de reconocimiento de aquellas materias de formación básica de nuestro grado que consideres que coinciden en contenidos y competencias. El director de estudios del centro hará la evaluación correspondiente emiten una resolución al respecto. Se debe mantener el mínimo de 27 créditos objeto de reconocimiento. En las materias reconocidas se les pondrá la misma nota que tenías en el antiguo expediente.
  • Si vengo de un CFGS, ¿puedo reconocer algunos créditos / asignaturas?
    • Para el Grado en Cinematografía no tenemos ninguna correspondencia entre materias de Ciclo Formativo y materias del grado. De todos modos, si consideras que hay alguna materia que coincide en competencias y contenidos, puedes solicitar un estudio de reconocimiento a la Secretaría Académica en el momento de la matrícula para que el Director de estudios pueda valorar el caso. Si la resolución fuese positiva, en la materia reconocida se te pondría un 6 (AP).

Preguntas más frecuentes sobre sistema de pagos y descuentos

  • ¿Hay que pagar para hacer la Prueba de Aptitud Personal (PAP)?
    • Sí. En el momento de hacer la Preinscripción Universitaria a través del Portal de Acceso a la Universidad, el último paso es hacer el pago que te da derecho a examen. Recuerda que sin el pago no podremos evaluarte y por tanto, perderías todas las opciones poder acceder al grado. Tiene un coste aproximado de unos 95€ y se puede hacer el pago online directamente a través del portal una vez realizado el trámite de la preinscripción.
  • ¿Cuál es el precio del crédito?
    • Cada año a principios de julio la Generalitat publica el Decreto de Tasas donde se determina el precio del crédito universitario y otras tasas universitarias para el próximo curso. A modo informativo, el precio del crédito del curso 2021/2022 fue de 21,46 €.
  • ¿Cómo se desglosa el precio de la matrícula?
    • Una parte de FUNDACIÓN, una parte de CRÉDITOS y la otra de GASTOS DE MATRICULACIÓN.
      Ejemplo importe desglosado matrícula ordinaria = 11.350 €, CRÉDITOS = 1.287,60 €, GASTOS MATRICULACIÓN = 69,80 €, FUNDACIÓN = 9.992,60 € *
      (*)INCLUYE: Seguro escolar para accidentes en periodo lectivo / Seguro de Responsabilidad Civil / Tasas que se pagan a la UB para servicios específicos y de soporte al aprendizaje / Cuantía destinada al desarrollo íntegro de los estudios (instalaciones, profesorado, material, etc.)
  • ¿Desgrava la Fundación?
    • Al pagar la matrícula no estás haciendo una donación sino pagando un servicio, con lo cual no es desgravable.
  • Tengo una carrera universitaria, ¿debo pagar lo mismo?
    • No. Según el Decreto de Tasas de la Generalitat el precio del crédito lo pagarás con un recargo del 40%. Si cogemos de ejemplo el precio del crédito del curso pasado, en vez de pagarlo a 21,46€, pagarías el crédito a 30,04€. Eso supondría unos 500€ aprox más de matrícula.
  • Soy familia numerosa, ¿tengo descuento?
    • Sí, se te aplicará una bonificación sobre el precio del crédito y los gastos de matriculación, dependiendo de la categoría de familia numerosa que seas:
      FAMILIA NUMEROSA GENERAL: Descuento del 50% (unos 600 € aproximados precios 20/21)
      FAMILIA NUMEROSA ESPECIAL : Descuento total (unos 1.300 € aproximados precios 20/21)
  • Si soy familia monoparental, ¿tengo descuento?
    • Según el Decreto de Tasas del 21/22, no.
  • Si he sacado matrícula de honor en bachillerato, ¿tengo descuento?
    • Sí, tendrás un descuento total de la parte de créditos.
  • Si tengo una discapacidad reconocida del 33% ¿tengo descuento? ¿Y si pertenezco a un colectivo especial (víctimas violencia de género, víctimas terrorismo, etc)?
    • También tendrás descuento total de la parte de créditos más gastos de matriculación.
  • ¿Puedo pagar la matrícula a plazos?
    • No, el pago a la escuela es ÚNICO. Puedes buscar la financiación a alguna entidad bancaria. La ESCAC tiene un convenio con el BBVA. Más información en el apartado becas.
  • ¿Cuándo deberé hacer el pago?
    • A partir del día en el que se formaliza la matrícula se dan 15 días para realizar el pago. Las matrículas de 1er curso se pagan antes del 31 de julio, y las de los otros cursos (2º y 3º) se pagan en septiembre.
  • ¿Tengo que pagar la matrícula aunque haya pedido la Beca General del Ministerio?
    • Sí, el pago de la matrícula no está condicionado a la concesión o no de la Beca General.
  • El precio del crédito ordinario es el mismo que el crédito reconocido?
    • No, el precio del crédito reconocido, según el Decreto de Tasas de la Generalitat, es un 20% del precio del crédito ordinario. Durante 2020/2021 por ejemplo, el precio del crédito ordinario fue de 21,46 € y el precio del crédito reconocido por tanto de 4,29€.
  • ¿Cuando puedo solicitar la Beca General del Ministerio de Educación?
    • Del 30 al 12 de mayo de 2022.
  • ¿Hay otras becas que pueda pedir?
    • Sí, las becas internas, las de colaboración de la UB, etc. Más información en el apartado ‘Becas’


For any clarifications, queries or doubts, please contact the Academic Secretary’s Office:

Marta Figueras
937 361 555 ext. 104

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