Admission Bachelor's Degree in Electronic Engineering for Telecommunication
Starting in the 2016-2017 academic year, Telecommunication Systems Engineering and Electronic Engineering for Telecommunications will be offered together. In the first two years students will follow the same syllabus and, starting in the third year, each one will take the specific subjects belonging to their degree.
Those wishing to take this course have different access routes depending on their previous studies:
|Type of access||Preference of access||Entrance mark 20/21|
|From Upper Secondary School + University entrance exam (PAU) and from
CFGS (Advanced professional training)
|Weighted subjects pertaining to the PAU specific phase:
|University access for people over 25||Engineering and Technology Option||---|
|Others||Entrance exams for people over 45
Change of studies and validations
Employment record for people over 40
Students who have taken advanced professional training can have credits recognised and added to their UAB academic transcript.
The ideal student for this course should have the following qualities:
- Good grounding in mathematics.
- Ability for abstraction and logical reasoning.
- Interest in scientific and technological advances.
- Facility for teamwork..
- Able to work in an organised manner.
Solid grounding in mathematics, physics and electrotechnology. Students should have taken these subjects in their previous studies and should have a good level of English.
- Mathematics Workshop for Engineers.
- Electricity and Electronics Workshop.
- Introduction to Programming: Language C.
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).