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General Concepts

General Concepts

Examination Sessions


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Students have at their disposal four examination session by year and subject. The exam periods are:

 

  • December: End of studies examination session (extra examination session).
  • February: Ordinary examination session for the subjects in the first semester and those of the second semester and second registration. 
  • June-July: Ordinary examination session for all the subjects of the first and second semesters.
  • September: Ordinary examination session for all the subjects of the first and second semesters.

 

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General Concepts about Study Plans.


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  • CYCLE: Stages in which the curricula are structured. By overcoming them, students acquire the right to obtain the corresponding degree certificate.

 

  • FIRST OR SHORT CYCLE DEGREES: They last for three years, and at the end students obtain a Bachelor’s Degree, Associate Engineer Degree or Associate Architect Degree certificate.

 

  • SECOND OR LONG CYCLE DEGREES: They consist of two cycles. The first one lasts for two or three years, and the second one, for two years (or three years, but just as an exception). The overcoming of the first cycle does not imply the obtaining of a degree certificate. By overcoming the second cycle, students will obtain a Degree, Engineer or Architect certificate.

 

  • SECOND CYCLE ONLY DEGREES: They set up learning periods lasting two years and by overcoming them, students obtain a Degree or Engineer certificate. In order to access these studies (that lack the corresponding first cycle), students should have obtained a Bachelor’s Degree certificate or should have overcame the first cycle of certain Degree studies. In certain cases, it will be necessary to complete the studies, with the determined subjects and number of credits.

 

  • CREDIT: One credit is equivalent to ten teaching hours, though in the case of the so-called «equivalent» teachings (internships in hospitals, business internships, etc.) one credit may be equivalent to more hours.

 

  • REQUIRED COURSE: They represent the contents that should be taught in all the curricula of the same degree, regardless of the University. They are compulsory for the Universities and for the students.

 

  • COMPULSORY COURSE: They are subjects freely established by each University and compulsory for the students that study that curriculum in that University. The difference with the above-mentioned subjects is that they are the same for all Universities, while the other subjects can be different according to the different Universities. 

 

  • MAJOR ELECTIVES: They are to be freely established by every University and offered to the students so they can choose those they think better to achieved a certain number of credits assigned in the curricula for this kind of subject. 

 

  • FREE ELECTIVES: Subjects, seminars and other academic activities to be chosen by the students among the ones offered by the University.