Admission Bachelor's Degree in Contemporary History, Politics and Economics
Students wishing to take this course have different access routes, depending on their previous studies:
|Type of access||Preference of access||Entrance mark 21/22|
|Secondary school diploma + University entrance exam
and CFGS (Advanced professional training)
Weighted subjects pertaining to the PAU specific phase:
|University access for people over 25||Social Sciences and Law option||---|
|Others||Employment record for people over 40
Entrance exams for people over 45
Those wanting to enrol in this bachelor's degree must be interested in current issues related to the globalised world in which we live, and particularly in the implications of historical, political and economic processeswhich allow us to nderstand the current situation of communication and interdependency among different countries in the world.
Students must have a broad range of interests and capacity to analyse and synthesise data which must then be applied to current situations affecting the world's social and economic processes.
Most of the subjects are taught in English. A B2 level of English of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages is required, although no specific test of English proficiency level is held to access the degree. For those students wo do not speak Spanish, it is also recommendable to have a minimum level of Spanish, also a B2 level or equivalent.
Access related informationCheck all the information related to university access routes here: secondary school students, CFGS students, over 25 years old and over 45 years old.
You will also find information on other access routes (accredited work experience, changing from a foreign university) and other access routes for pre-university international students (international students: secondary school in the EU, international students: secondary school outside the EU) and for university students and graduates (reincorporations, EU university students, non EU university students and university graduates).