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Grado en Ingeniería Aeroespacial - Aeronáutica

Bachelor's Degree in Aerospace and Aircraft Engineering Madrid

The Bachelor’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering has access to the most cutting-edge facilities on our Madrid campus - our students will launch a satellite into space which was built in our laboratories.

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We have innovative facilities such as a Wind Tunnel and the new Space Industry 4.0 to simulate experiments and projects in a professional environment such as the one you will find in your future. Professional environments for training at the highest level.

  • Face to face
  • Villaviciosa de Odón
  • Start: 23 sep. 2020
  • 4 Years
  • Official degree
  • 240 ECTS
  • Title issued by Universidad Europea de Madrid
  • School of Architecture, Engineering and Design - Madrid


Universidad Europea has its own Wind Tunnel, in which students are able to carry out research with the most innovative companies in the field. By carrying out practical tests using the Wind Tunnel, measuring wind speed and wind force, and to visualising air flow lines, researchers are able to better understand the effect of the wind on objects

These objects include models of aeroplane or aeoplane parts, cars, buildings, bridges, and any object exposed to the force of the wind; you can also test the efficiency of wind turbines, which can be produced in our FabLab, a space dedicated to 3D printing. We would like to inform you of the facilities’ technical specifications and invite you to visit and see for yourself as well as test the Wind Tunnel's two speeds, a high speed of 40 m/s and a lower speed of 10 m/s with square sections of 90 cm by 180 cm respectively. Dynamometers for measuring force, There are Multi-Pitot Tube Scanivalve pressure scanners and temperature measurement tools, hot wire Anemometers, smoke equipment for streamline visualisation and computers managing the 36 Kw wind tunnel motor. Other equipment for data acquisition from dynamometers include photo and video cameras to record the test results.

The Wind Tunnel is also used by the air and motor clubs to test their own designs.

With these practices, researchers can better understand the behaviour of a body subjected to the wind and its design can be improved in order to optimise its function in real life to withstand the forces to which it is subjected.

Quality training

Learn how to design and manage manufacturing projects for aircrafts, calculating orbits, hardware and software of aeroplanes, air safety, satellite missions and control systems.


Choose to study 100% or 85% in English to reach the highest level as an engineer and sign projects, take the Master's Degree in Aeronautical Engineering with us.


You have the opportunity to prepare for the Cisco CCNA certification and Cloud Architecture of Amazon Web Services.



Our students find their first job within 6 months after finishing their degree.


Satellite launch

We are the first University to launch a satellite made by our students.


Years of experience

Our faculty has an average of more than 15 years of experience in leading companies.



This experiential learning takes shape through project-based learning methodology. It is a learning model based on ‘doing’, reflecting on ‘what is done’, and asking ‘what for’ and ‘why’.

In order to effectively teach any discipline in the STEAM field, we use a project-based methodology focused on integrated learning that interrelates scientific and technical knowledge to offer comprehensive professional training.

The development of analytical skills, a scientific mindset and a strong sense of creativity are key in the digital age and the professions of the future.


Simulated environments and hands-on training allow us to go where the real world cannot. Thanks to the facilities and technology present in our laboratories and simulated spaces, engineering students are faced with real-world situations in a controlled, safe and interdisciplinary environment, improving their trust and self-confidence in their practice.

The new simulated Space Industry 4.0 allows students to put the concepts of the fourth industrial revolution into practice. Students will have several work zones where they will be able to learn the different facets of Industry 4.0. One zone has an automated production process where they will learn to programme, wire, and change configurations at the request of a ‘client’. Other zones allow for the simulation of much more complex processes, where they will apply concepts of IoT (Internet of Things), cybersecurity and a digital twin, or the combination of the concepts of collaborative robots, last generation conveyor belts and mobile robots. The Wind Tunnel allows students to study the effects of air movement on objects. Our tunnel is used in both teaching and research and, because of its size, it is possible to simulate the same conditions that an object will experience in a real situation. We carry out aerodynamics tests on model buildings and structures such as bridges and traffic signs. With these practices you can better understand the behaviour of a body subjected to the wind and improve its design to optimise its function in real life. In the FabLab (digital manufacturing workshop) students will have the technology and machinery necessary for the digital manufacture of prototypes or models for teaching, research, bachelor's or master's degree. It has laser machinery for cutting and engraving on various materials; 3D printing with plastic, resin, powder and ceramic filament technology; milling of different materials; CMYK ink laser printing on photographic and normal paper, in large format; automated vinyl cutting using vector files; and manual and automated sawing, drilling and machine tools. This space, which is completely student run, promotes the ‘maker culture’ and gives students the possibility to create almost anything.


The HyFlex experiential learning model responds to the digitalisation of higher education with a new educational ecosystem that combines in-person teaching with a virtual classroom in a flexible and frictionless way. In this model, all subjects feature a practical component, an extended classroom and a digital block. Experiential learning forms the basis of this model, in which you will learn by ‘doing’ with an integrated and multidisciplinary approach that prepares you for a diverse and international world. Experiential learning allows you to acquire the knowledge, competencies and skills needed to thrive in your future profession and tackle any obstacles to social and digital transformation.



The pandemic has transformed the way we teach. For this reason, a variety of technology (including cameras, microphones and interactive whiteboards) is present in all of our classrooms. This allows us to integrate in-person and virtual classrooms to create a new learning environment that facilitates interactions between in-person and remote students and their professors. This is an immersive experience that allows students and professors to fully interact and participate from wherever they may be.


Putting theory into practice doesn’t just take place in our laboratories and simulation spaces - it also takes place in virtual labs and simulations. You’ll have access to specialised software and virtual reality resources that allow you to continue practicing as many times as you like.


A digital space where our students can access additional and complementary training. Students can access digital, exclusive and differential content such as workshops, webinars and interactive resources that are designed by our top professors along with the participation of renowned professionals in the sector.


Students of Unviversidad Europea will launch a Space satellite in December 2020 together with Space X. The satellite carries on board an experiment that was carried out in cooperation with CSIC and the Research Group for Meteorite and Planetary Geosciences of the Institute for Geosciences IGEO (CSIC-UCM), and could be used as a construction material on the Moon. The Lanzarote and Chinijo Islands’ UNESCO global geopark has been used as an analogue of the Moon and Mars for various research projects, including the training of ESA astronauts. The basalt material selected comes specifically from Timanfaya lava and it’s similar to the basalt found on the Moon. The purpose of the experiment is to determine its evolution in space, based on periodic measurements of some of its properties. Although the experiment is limited and constitutes a first phase of this type of study, it is an important milestone as it is the first of its kind to be introduced on such a small satellite.


Universidad Europea offers you a range of laboratories and simulation rooms that are equipped with the most advanced and innovative technologies so that you can fully benefit from our innovative academic model.

Campus of Villaviciosa de Odón

Digital Fabrication Laboratory FABLab

The worldwide FABLab network is an organisation that groups together prototyping laboratories that follow guidelines set forth by MIT. The premise of these guidelines is that in a FABLab, the limit must be set by the human imagination and not the machines

Campus of Villaviciosa de Odón

Robot Learning Lab

In this laboratory, students have access to commercial robotic platforms and the mechanical and electronic components necessary for the development of their own robots.

Túnel de Viento Universidad Europea de Madrid

Campus of Villaviciosa de Odón

Wind Tunnel

With this device, students better understand the effects of wind on objects; measuring the forces objects are subjected to, the wind speed and visualizing air current lines.

Residencia Universitaria Universidad Europea de Madrid

Campus of Villaviciosa de Odón

University accommodation in Madrid

The Xior Picasso-Velázquez Residence Hall, a Residence Hall unlike anything you've ever seen before!

Biblioteca Dulce Chacón

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CRAI Dulce Chacón Library

Its mission is to provide an excellent service as an active participant in learning, research and innovation of its users.

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Discover all the opportunities within your reach.

Learn about our clubs, sports teams, volunteer opportunities, student discounts and how to become a delegate. Join the UE Experience Community today!

Student clubs and societies

Extracurricular initiatives organised by students, for students.

With more than 40 clubs, you’ll find the ideal spaces to develop and share your favourite hobbies with your peers.

Victor Padrón _ Profesor Ingeniería Aeroespacial
The exploration of outer space, the conquest of other planets, the design of very modern ships: this is your future.

Victor Padrón

Professor of Aerospace Engineering

Students learn with real projects, with up-to-date technology, comprehension and commitment to society

David Aramburu

Professor of Aerospace Engineering

Join our next Open Day and get to know us.

Participate in our Open Days to get to know first hand in advance the HyFlex Experiential Learning Academic Model, the teaching staff—who are already thinking about your future—our various training programmes, and how to begin your studies in the coming academic year.


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Jornada de puertas abiertas | Universidad Europea


Learn with our Experiential Learning model by working on your own projects with leading companies. Just imagine receiving a prize before you graduate, just like our students who were the finalists in the ‘Airbus Fly your Ideas’ competition with the project ‘Flying Dreams’.

Offered in the current academic course

Programa de estudios

Código Asignatura / Subject Code Materia / Coursework ECTS Tipo / Type Idioma / Language
9966002101 Cálculus I 6 BASICA Inglés (en) / Español (es)
9966002102 Physical Foundations of Engineering I 6 BASICA Inglés (en) / Español (es)
9966002103 Computer Science for Engineering 6 BASICA Inglés (en) / Español (es)
9966002104 Technical Drawing 6 BASICA Inglés (en) / Español (es)
9966002105 Chemistry for Engineering 6 BASICA Inglés (en) / Español (es)
9966002106 Algebra 6 BASICA Inglés (en) / Español (es)
9966002107 Aerospace Technology 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)
9966002108 Organization and Management of Aerospace Companies 6 BASICA Inglés (en)
9966002109 Calculus II 6 BASICA Inglés (en) / Español (es)
9966002110 Physical Fundamentals of Engineering II 6 BASICA Inglés (en) / Español (es)

Código Asignatura / Subject Code Materia / Coursework ECTS Tipo / Type Idioma / Language
9966002201 Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)
9966002202 Mechanics 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)
9966002203 Materials Science 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)
9966002204 Modern Language 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)
9966002205 Navigation Systems I 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)
9966002206 Fluid Mechanics I 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)
9966002207 Statistics 6 BASICA Inglés (en)
9966002208 Resistance of Materials and Mechanical Elasticity 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)
9966002209 Navigation Systems II 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)
9966002210 History, Exercise and Professional Deontology 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)

Código Asignatura / Subject Code Materia / Coursework ECTS Tipo / Type Idioma / Language
9966002301 Entrepreneurial Leadership 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)
9966002302 Aerospace Production and Projects 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)
9966002303 Fluid Mechanics II 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)
9966002304 Mechanical and Graphic Design 6 OBLIGATORIA Ingles (en)
9966002305 Aeronautical Structures 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)
9966002306 Air Transport 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)
9966002307 Flight Mechanics 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)
9966002308 Space Vehicles and Missiles 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)
9966002309 Maintenance and Certification of Aerospace Vehicles 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)
9966002310 Aerodynamics 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)

Código Asignatura / Subject Code Materia / Coursework ECTS Tipo / Type Idioma / Language
9966002401 Aeroelasticity and Vibrations 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)
9966002402 Propulsion Systems 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)
9966002403 Aircraft Design 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)
9966002404 Satellite Design 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en)
9966002405 Professional Intership I 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en) / Español (es)
9966002406 Professional Intership II 6 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en) / Español (es)
9966002407 Graduation Project 12 OBLIGATORIA Inglés (en) / Español (es)
9966002801 Aerospace Production and Projects 6 OPTATIVA Inglés (en)
9966002808 Multidisciplinarity I 6 OPTATIVA Inglés (en) / Español (es)
9966002809 Multidisciplinarity II 6 OPTATIVA Inglés (en) / Español (es)
9966002810 Professional Intership III 6 OPTATIVA Inglés (en) / Español (es)

Basic competencies

  • CB1 Students must have demonstrated knowledge and understanding in a field of study which is at the core of general secondary education, often at a level supported by advanced textbooks, but which also includes some aspects which imply knowledge of their field of study.
  • CB2 Students must know how to apply their knowledge to their work or vocation in a professional way and possess the competencies that are usually demonstrated through the development and defense of arguments and problem-solving within their area of study.
  • CB3 Students must have the ability to gather and interpret relevant data—usually within their area of study—to make judgments that include a reflection on relevant social, scientific or ethical issues.
  • CB4 Students must be able to convey information, ideas, problems and solutions to both specialist and non-specialist audiences.
  • CB5 Students must have developed the learning skills necessary to undertake further studies with a high degree of autonomy.

Cross-disciplinary competencies

  • CT5 Students must demonstrate the ability to carry out projects, technical management, expertise, draft reports, form opinions and technical advice on tasks relating to Technical Aeronautical Engineering as well as exercise relevant functions and technical tasks.
  • CT6 Studetns must have the ability to participate in in-flight testing programmes for data collection of takeoff distances, ascent speeds, loss speeds, maneuverability and landing capabilities.
  • CT7 Students should have the ability to analyse and assess the social and environmental impact of technical issues.
  • CT8 Students should demonstrate knowledge and understanding of relevant legislation as well as being able to apply it to a profession in Aeronautical Technical Engineering with a focus on aircraft-specific technology.
  • CT9 Students should know and be able to apply the necessary business management techniques and relevant labour legislation, taking particular account of the principles of equality between men and women, solidarity, and the culture of peace.
  • CT10 Students should know about the history of aeronautical engineering and to analyse and evaluate the different elements and activities that make up the aeronautical sector.
  • CT11 Students must understand the social, ethical and professional responsibility of an engineer, in his/her field.
  • CT12 Students must show knowledge of basic subjects and technologies, which will enable you to learn new methods, theories and technologies, as well as provide you with great versatility to adapt to new situations (Autonomous learning).
  • CT13 Students should have the ability to use the computer tools at your disposal to search for bibliographic and information resources (Market research).
  • CT14 They must be able to solve problems in a professional way, with initiative, demonstrate decision making skills, creativity, and critical reasoning as well as the formation and elaboration of arguments (Problem solving).
  • CT15 They should collect and interpret data in order to make judgements and reflect on relevant issues of a social, scientific or ethical nature, keeping in mind respect for fundamental rights, democratic principles, the principles of equality between men and women, solidarity, environmental protection, universal accessibility for all and a culture of peace (Consultancy).
  • CT16 They must communicate and share information, ideas, skills and abilities in the field of your specialisation, in writing or orally, both to a specialised and non-specialised audience (Communication skills).
  • CT17 Students should address the problems and challenges of their subject with flexibility, initiative, innovation and dynamism (Entrepreneurial Profile).
  • CT18 They must show commitment to perform the assigned tasks (Responsibility).
  • CT20 Students should make decisions in advance about what needs to be done, who needs to do it and how it should be done (Planning).
  • CT21 You must believe that you can achieve high performance in your work and this will positively influence a significant improvement in results (self-confidence).
  • CT19 Students will be working in interdisciplinary teams, providing the greatest effectiveness and cooperation whilst establishing good relations, exchanging information and practicing the culture of peace and solidarity (Teamwork).
  • CT1 Students will have a capacity for aeronautical design, development and management based on the knowledge acquired and in accordance with Section 5 of Ministerial Order CIN/308/2009 for aerospace vehicles.
  • CT2 Students will be planning, design, management and administration of projects, calculation and manufacture in the field of aeronautical engineering, based on the knowledge acquired and in accordance with Section 5 of Ministerial Order CIN/308/2009 for aerospace vehicles.
  • CT3 Students should understand the installation, operation and maintenance in the field of aeronautical engineering based on the knowledge acquired and in accordance with Section 5 of Ministerial Order CIN/308/2009, for aerospace vehicles.
  • CT4 Verification and Certification in the field of aeronautical engineering

Specific competencies

  • CE25 Adequate knowledge applied to the development of aeronautical design using project calculation methods; application of aerodynamic experiments and of the main parameters in theoretical application; handling of experimental techniques, equipment and measurement instruments specific to the discipline; simulation, design, analysis and interpretation of experiments and flight operations; aircraft maintenance and systems certification.
  • CE26 Applied knowledge of aerodynamics; mechanics and thermodynamics, flight mechanics, aircraft technology and structure theory.
  • CE27 Capacity for satellite design
  • CE28 Knowledge of alternative fuels and engines as well as sources of pollution (relevant for students taking the corresponding elective subject)
  • CE29 Specific knowledge of aerospace production systems (relevant for students taking the corresponding elective subject)
  • CE30 Know the history of engineering, in his/her field.
  • CE31 Knowledge of the basics of business ethics and the corporate and social responsibility of the company.
  • CE32 Capacity for multidisciplinary work.
  • CE33 Ability to develop your profession using the English language.
  • CE34 Ability to apply and integrate the knowledge and skills acquired during the programme in the context of business activities in engineering companies.
  • CE35 Ability to participate and integrate freely into professional work teams.
  • CE36 Ability to individually develop a project in the field of specific aerospace technologies, synthesising and integrating the skills acquired in the modules described above.
  • CE4 Ability to understand and apply the principles of basic knowledge of general, organic, and inorganic chemistry, and their applications in engineering.
  • CE5 Capacity for spatial visualisation and knowledge of graphic representation techniques, both through traditional methods of metric geometry and descriptive geometry, and through computer-aided design applications.
  • CE6 Adequate knowledge of the concept of enterprise and of the institutional and legal framework of a company. Organisation and management of companies.
  • CE7 Understand the structural behaviour of requests in a service environment and in demanding situations.
  • CE8 Understand the thermodynamic cycles that generate mechanical power and thrust. CE9 Understand the global air navigation systems and the complexity of air traffic.
  • CE10 Understand how aerodynamic forces determine flight dynamics and the role of all the different variables involved in flying.
  • CE11 Understand technological performance and techniques for optimising, modifying and treating relevant materials.
  • CE12 Understand manufacturing processes.
  • CE13 Understand the unique infrastructures, buildings and operations of airports.
  • CE14 Understanding the air transport system and its coordination with other modes of transport.
  • CE15 Adequate knowledge applied to the engineering of: The principles of continuum mechanics and the techniques for calculating its response.
  • CE16 Adequate knowledge applied to the engineering of: The processes of energy transfer, movement of fluids, heat transmissions, changes in relevant materials and their role in the analysis of major aerospace propulsion systems.
  • CE17 Adequate knowledge applied to the engineering of: The fundamental elements, design, and construction of aircrafts and airports as well as the functional elements of air navigation systems and associated electrical and electronic installations.
  • CE18 Adequate knowledge applied to the engineering of: The fundamentals of fluid mechanics; the basic principles of flight control and automation; the main physical and mechanical characteristics and properties of relevant materials.
  • CE19 Applied knowledge of the following: the science and technology of materials; the concept of mechanical and thermodynamic laws; fluid mechanics; aerodynamics and flight mechanics; navigation and air circulation systems; aerospace technology; structure theory; air transport; economy and production; relevant projects and environmental impact.
  • CE20 Adequate knowledge applied to the engineering of: Continuum fracture mechanics and dynamic approaches, structural instability fatigue and aeroelasticity.

Academic calendar




External internship regulations.

Internships are a key component of your training. Acquiring experience after what you have learnt in your degree is the best way to enter the employment market. There are two types of internships: curricular—which are included in your study plan—and extracurricular—which you can do on a voluntary basis.

In order to complete curricular internships in companies, you will need to have 50% of the credits approved and to register the subject before starting your internship. These internships are monitored by the company and the internship coordinator, and interim and final reports are prepared for evaluation.

If you want to take your work experience to the next level before finishing your university education, you can pursue an extracurricular internship. You can do them in any academic year, but keep in mind that internships are a formative complement to your studies; therefore, the more knowledge you have acquired throughout your studies, the more you will benefit from the internship experience.

You do internships in companies such as the European Space Academy Center..., and participate in research projects and Workshops. This way you are assured a future in one of the three professions with the lowest unemployment in Spain.

Access to a regulated profession

The Degree in Aerospace and Aircraft Engineering trains for the regulated profession of Aeronautical Technical Engineer in the specific field of aircraft technology.

According to the current legislation, the profession of Aeronautical Technical Engineer is a regulated profession whose exercise requires the corresponding official Bachelor's degree, in this case, in accordance with the article 12.9 of the referred Royal Decree 1393/2007, in accordance with the conditions established in the Agreement of the Council of Ministers of December 26, 2008, published in the Boletín Oficial del Estado of January 29, 2009.


The Bachelor's Degree in Aerospace and Aircraft Engineering is a regulated degree, in which organizations look after the interests and professional attributions. It is a multidisciplinary profession, according to the current changing world, which allows you to launch into the professional world as soon as you finish your studies, or you can continue your training with a master's degree. Due to its characteristics, this degree has very high employability in leading companies in the sector.

Career opportunities

  • Satellite Design.
  • Aircraft Builders and their Supply Chain.
  • Engine Builders and their Supply Chain.
  • Equipment and Systems Builders.
  • Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul.
  • Aircraft and Navigation Aids.
  • Airport Infrastructures.


  • Defence
  • International Administration
  • General State Administration
  • Public Sector.
  • Private Sector.

Career Opportunities PDF

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Admissions Process

Choosing what to study is one of the most important decisions you will make. That is why we have an advisory team who will guide you every step of the way.

1.- Documentation

To begin your admissions process, firstly, please book an appointment online or call us on (+34) 91 740 72 72.

  • Proof you have passed the entrance exam (Selectividad)
  • Two photocopies of your identification card
  • Fees for transferring your academic record
  • Payment of the admissions fee prior to, or on the day of the appointment

2.- What does the entrance exam consist of?

  • Competences and skills assessment test
  • General knowledge test
  • Language evaluation test
  • Personal interview

When will you know if you have been accepted?

An Admissions Letter containing the result of your entrance exam will be sent to your email. If you have any questions, you can get in touch with our team in the Student Services Department (

3.- Reserving a place

Along with your Admissions Letter, you will receive an Official Registration letter. We recommend you secure your reservation within seven calendar days of receiving the letter.

4.- Registration

Any new students wishing to enrol at Universidad Europea must have an open academic record before registration.

The Student Services Department will provide the candidate with all the documentation and forms needed to formalise their registration.

Start your future at Universidad Europea

You can become a student at Universidad Europea in three easy steps.


Admission exams

Start your admission process by calling 917407272 or completing the admission form via the link below.


Place reservation

Once you have been admitted, secure your place by paying the reservation fee.



Submit the required documents to formalise your enrollment.

Credit recognition and transfers

You don’t have to stick with something you don’t like. That’s why we’ve designed specific plans for credit recognition and transfers. Request your online credit recognition review free of charge, transfer your academic file and start studying at Universidad Europea.


Application for admission

Start your admission process here.

Profile for prospective students and how to access this degree

The recommended applicant profile is as follows:

  • High School Diploma (Bachillerato) in Science and Technology
  • Passion for aircrafts
  • Curiosity to know "how it's done"
  • Rigorous
  • Responsible
  • Creative
  • Dedicated to acquiring new knowledge

Admissions requirements

The prerequisites to access this bachelor’s programme are those established in RD 1892/2008 of 14 November and current applicable legislation, namely:

  • Students must have passed the University admissions exam, in accordance with applicable legislation.
  • Students over the age of 25 and 45 must pass the alternative admissions exam.
  • Graduates, undergraduates, technical engineers, engineers and architects.
  • High school students in education systems from member states of the European Union and other countries with relevant international agreements with Spain may access this programme, provided that they have already qualified to enroll into universities in their own educational system.
  • Students from countries that do not have relevant international agreements with Spain must have their studies officially recognised (through a process of ‘homologation’) and complete the university admission exam(s).
  • Individuals over the age of 40 without a degree enabling them to access University, may also access this degree, provided they can demonstrate professional experience related to the programme to which they intend to apply.

Places for incoming students

70 places

Credit recognition and centre transfers

If you would like to receive a personalised credit recognition plan quickly, free and without any commitment, you can do so here.

Regulations for credit transfer and recognition

You don’t have to stick with something you don’t like. That’s why we’ve designed specific plans for credit validation and transfers. If you’d like to learn about your personalised plan quickly, easily and totally free, send us an email to along with the following documentation:

  • Personal academic certificate from previous centre.
  • Curriculum stamped by the previous centre’s secretary.
  • Academic transcript for the subjects taken or enrolled in at the previous centre.
  • Official translated degree transcript (only for foreign students).
  • If you are applying for recognition based on work experience, it is necessary to provide:
  • Certificate of work history (vida laboral).
  • Curriculum vitae.
  • Certificate from employer (only if the student needs to prove the tasks performed in a given company, or for students with international professional experience who are unable to provide a certificate of work history).

If you have any questions, you can contact our specialist advisers by calling 91 834 34 35.

Academic quality

As part of its strategy, the University has an internal quality plan whose objective is to promote a culture of quality and continuous improvement, and which allows it to face future challenges with the maximum guarantee of success. In this way, it is committed to promoting the achievement of external recognitions and accreditations, both nationally and internationally; the measurement and analysis of results; simplification in management; and the relationship with the external regulator


Internal Quality Assurance System (SGIC)

Access the Quality Assurance System documentation here

University Regulations

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Suggestions, Complaints and Claims mailbox

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Members of the Degree Quality Committee (CCT)

  • Bachelor’s Programme Director
  • Academic Coordinator
  • Department Director
  • Degree Coordinator
  • Internship Coordinator
  • Bachelor’s Final Project Coordinator
  • Student
  • QPartner of the Vice-Rector’s Office

Key degree improvements

From the verified report of the degree, the main improvements have been reflected in the memory changes. The most significant change has been the adaptation of the study plan.

  • Incorporation of The Institutional Learning Assessment Plan.
  • Investment in new laboratories and classroom resources.

Evaluation Process Results

Link to RUCT

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Main degree results

  • Attrition Rate 17%
  • Eficiency Rate 90%
  • Graduation Rate 51,8%
  • Employability Rate 83%
  • Student Satisfaction With The Degree 3,8 Out Of 5
  • Student Satisfaction With The Professor 3,8 Out Of 5


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