Bachelor's Degree

Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering

Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering

The main objective of the degree is to train professionals in one of today's most in-demand professions, and with highly-promising future prospects. The training designed in this degree is cross-cutting and versatile; enabling the student to do a range of jobs from the development of computer products on different platforms (computers, embedded systems, mobile phones, etc.) to the configuration, management and maintenance of company information systems.

With this in mind, the syllabus has been designed to allow the student to acquire knowledge in Programming, Engineering of Computers, Software Engineering, Information Systems, Intelligent Systems, Operating Systems, Embedded Systems, Distributed Systems and Networks. Training with which they will be able to adapt to significantly different working environments.


What makes us different

  • Laboratories with the latest equipment
  • Students will be the driving force for their own learning
  • Alternating study and work in companies
  • Mobility programmes
  • Highly employable

Grants and Incentives

It is one of the principles of MONDRAGON UNIVERSITY that nobody should have to cease their studies for economic reasons We therefore offer a comprehensive programme of scholarships and study grants.


Job opportunities

Successful graduates in computer engineering can continue their studies specialising in more specific areas of computing, either by going on to do a Masters degree or by going into the labour market.


Work Experience and Projects

MONDRAGON UNIVERSITY is a university which adapts to changes in society. Its practical orientation makes it a body in a permanent relationship with the world of work and with the companies and organisations that make it up. This provides the student with the opportunity to do practical work and the Thesis project in companies.

Information and registration

Contact person
Josune Benito

Registration and Enrolment

Come to know us

Resume table

Oficial degree
Graduate in Computer Engineering
240 ECTS
Basque, spanish and english
4 years
offer for graduates

What makes us different

We use a different learning model. Each semester, students, working as a team, develop multidisciplinary projects which provide solutions to real-life problems in different areas of computer engineering; this is the basis of our model of learning based on competences.

In the learning process the student is the focus. The teaching team in each semester present a problem addressed by the concepts of each subject. The student analyses the problem, considers the options and proposes a possible solution, which is reviewed by the teaching team. Once validated pupils begin to design and implement the prototype which requires the application of the new concepts covered by the subjects of the semester. During the development of the project the student will have a series of progress meetings with the specialist teachers in the subjects. In this process of learning the teacher is a guide and the student learns to manage their own learning process.

Throughout the student's learning process, the teachers guide the student through a variety of feedback sessions given in each semester. These meetings are highly enriching for both the student and the teaching team.

The training provided has a broad practical component which leads the student to reach a high level of expertise - real know-how. On the other hand, the continuous teacher contact with the business world ensures that both the content and the technologies used in the subjects are tailored towards the current and future needs of business.

Students have at their disposal laboratories with a high level of equipment, including the Security and Systems laboratories, and the Networks and Telematics laboratories. In addition, the design of the degree encourages the participation of the student in the study-work model that helps the student to be self-funded and to learn in a professional environment, together with researchers from the department.

Learning model


The EPS of MONDRAGON UNIVERSITY has its own innovative educational model. We prepare the student for work; using this methodology the student will learn in a similar way to the way he or she will work in the future. This educational model is comparable to models used in the universities in the north of Europe and the US.

Students will have a continuous wide-ranging assessment, and will follow a methodology based on problems for which they need to find solutions:

  • Create team
  • Analyse the problem
  • Imagine all possible solutions
  • Research
  • Discuss
  • Prove
  • Demonstrate

To conclude, in the face of real-life problems the student exercises imagination, initiative, creativity and independence. At the same time, the student learns how to work within a team, acquiring responsibilities and commitments, becoming involved in studies.

Teachers are not only people who teach, they are also helpers; therefore, the teacher-student relationship is closer at those times when meeting the needs of the student.

The basis of this methodology can be summed up in one sentence:

Don't teach, allow to learn.

Learning model

Work Experience and Projects

The Thesis is the culmination of the course and is a prerequisite to obtaining the degree.

The Thesis is carried out in the last stage of the course, is a complement to the training received earlier and responds to the needs of domestic or foreign companies, universities or Technology Centres.

The student will have the option of experiencing a professional existence with academic monitoring.

Throughout the studies, the student can participate in the alternate study-work programme. Through this programme you can get to understand the business world and develop your professional profile by doing supervised practical paid work in a company.

Further information

Learning model

Mobility and Internationalisation

Mobility information

The following are the mobility data for the Computer Engineering Degree broken down by course:

YearDegreeStudying abroadSICUEProjects abroadTOTAL MOBILITY
2014-2015 Degree in Computer Engineering 10,53 % 0 % 5,26 % 15,79 %

The percentages relate to student mobility for those enrolled in the degree in the year stated.

While these are the mobility data for all Degrees in the years stated:

YearDegreeStudies abroadSICUEProjects abroadTOTAL MOBILITY
2014-2015 Degrees

24,78 %

0,45 %

9,91 %

35,14 %

These percentages correspond to mobility made by all undergraduates in the year stated.


The various mobility programmes offer students the opportunity to complete their university studies, obtain postgraduate qualifications, live a professional experience and do theses in Europe, Asia and Latin America.


Thanks to the various bilateral mobility agreements signed by EPS Mondragon each year, students can stay in prestigious foreign universities for periods of time. These may be a full year or a semester and the student will be awarded the credits as agreed in the learning agreement.


Through this programme, students will do the degree thesis in foreign universities, research centres or companies. Foreign stays will be for a year or for a semester.


The SICUE programme, through annual bilateral agreements, promotes two-way student mobility between state universities (Valencia, Madrid, etc.) Stays can be for a full year or a semester.

For more information, click here.

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Objectives and Competences

Graduates in Computer Engineering will be able to:

  • Analyse, design, develop and implement computer systems (ICT assets and IT services) with global vision of technology and the company.
  • Propose innovative solutions, not only for products but also for processes and services in different types of organisation, aligning ICT and business strategy.
  • Evaluate, optimise and maintain computer systems adopting preventive and corrective maintenance methodologies in order to respond to technology watch and to continuous improvement.
  • Work within interdisciplinary multilingual teams, reconciling personal autonomy with team-working responsibilities, whether the teams be permanent or created 'ad hoc'', and whether they are local or dispersed.

This degree does not qualify the student to practise a regulated profession.

However, the result of the learning achieved in this degree is equivalent to Level 2 of MECES (Spanish Qualifications Framework for Higher Education)

Those students who meet the requirements established by decree 47/2012 dated 3 Apr relating to the ‘recognition of official studies made in the Basque language and exemption of accreditation with titles and certification in Basque language’, may obtain exemption of the accreditation at C1-equivalent level (EGA)

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Study Programme




B-Basque / S-Spanish / E-English

1st COURSE 1st semester 2nd semester
Mathematics I BT 6 B Mathematics II BT 6 B
Fundamentals of Computing Science BT 6 B Discrete Mathematics
BT 6 B
Physics BT 6 B Programming BT 6 B
Foundations of Communications Networks BT 6 B,S Business BT 6 B
Methodological Foundations C 6 B,S Analogue Electronics BT 6 B
Total 30 Total 30
2nd COURSE 3rd semester 4th semester
 Industrial Computing C 4,5 B Statistical Methods BT 6 B,S
Advanced Programming C 6 B,S Computer Architecture II  C 6 B,S
Communications Networks I C 4,5 B,S Databases C 6 B
Infrastructure and Systems C 6 B,S Communications Networks II C 4,5 B,S
Programmable Logical Systems C 6 B Software Analysis and Design C 4,5 B,S
Scientific and Technical English  OPT 3 E Writing of Scientific and Technical Texts in English OPT 3 E
Technology Laboratory OPT 3 B Mobile Systems Laboratory OPT 3 B,S
Professional Placement I OPT 3 B,S Professional Placement II OPT 3 B,S
Engineering and Social Changes OPT 3 B Challenges of Companies in the 21st Century OPT 3 B
Scientific and Technical Basque OPT 3 B Writing of Scientific and Technical Texts in Basque OPT 3 B
Total 30 Total 30
You must choose 1 subject from the 5 options You must choose 1 subject from the 5 options
3rd COURSE 5th semester 6th semester
 Web Engineering I C 6 E  Security C 4,5 S,E
Operating Systems C 6 S,E Information Systems C 4,5 B,S
Software Engineering C 4,5 E Artificial Intelligence C 6 S,E
Project Management C 4,5 S,E Web Engineering II C 4,5 B,S
Man-Machine Interface C 4,5 S,E Concurrent and Distributed Systems C 6 B,S
Information and Communication Technologies Laboratory OPT 4,5 S,E Computer Architecture II OPT 4,5 B,S
Professional Placement III OPT 4,5 B,S Interactive Graphic Systems Laboratory OPT 4,5 B,S
Professional Placement IV OPT 4,5 B,S
Total 30 Total 30
You must choose 1 subject from the 2 options                                                    You must choose 1 subject from the 3 options
4th COURSE 7th semester 8th semester
 Innovation and Entrepreneurship OPT 4,5 E  Work Experience II OPT 18 B,S,E
Work Experience I OPT 15 B,S,E End of course project T 12 B,S,E
Advanced Databases OPT 6 B,S,E
People Management OPT 4,5 B
Artificial Vision OPT 6 S
Foundations of Biomedicine (*)
Biomaterials (*)
OPT 4,5 B,S
Medical Certifications and Standards (*)
OPT 4,5 B,S
Biomechanics (*)
OPT 4,5 B,S
Graphic Expression II (*)
Development Technology (*)
OPT 4,5 B,S
Total 30 Total 30
(*) Subjects that enable access to the Master in Biomedical Technologies
  • BT.- Basic Training
  • C.- Compulsory
  • OPT.- Optional
  • T.- Thesis



Organisation of lessons for plan 2008

Organisation of lessons for plan 2014


Degree Calendar and Timetable

Academic calendar Imagen pdf

Year 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Time Morning Afternoon Morning Afternoon
Hours 7:45-13:00 13:15-18:30 7:45-13:00 13:15-18:30

Students should refer to the internet for the exact timetables of the particular subjects for each course.



The large number of hours worked on-site by our full-time teaching staff helps improve access of teachers and professors to address students' concerns, by appointment.

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Guides and Regulations


The qualification has the following Guides and Regulations.

All of these together make up the Regulatory Framework required by students, teaching staff and support staff for the proper development of teaching.


Academic regulations

Academic regulations for adaptation courses pdf
Work Based Learning (WBL) Academic Guide pdf
Academic guide for Final Project pdf
Final Project appraisal system pdf
Recognition of credits for extra-curricular activities pdf



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Job opportunities

The career opportunities of the Computing graduate are very broad and varied as computer science has become a technology essential for all types of company, both for those that offer computing products and services and for those that, although their product contains no software, need it to manage their production, marketing, sales, etc.

The successful graduate in computer engineering can go on to study for a Masters degree to specialise in one particular area of computing, or can make the leap into the labour market.

The career options for the graduate in computer engineering include the following:

  • Analyse, design, develop and implement computer systems.
  • Evaluate, optimise, maintain and administer computing systems.
  • Technologically organize and innovate products, processes and business services.
  • Advise and train end users.
  • Participate in computer projects.
  • Create product development or computer services companies.

Graduates in computer engineering work in the following organisations:

  • Companies developing ICT assets (new computer products, financial systems, management systems, graphic design, control software, embedded systems, intelligent systems) and IT services (consultants, integrators).
  • General organisations such as public administration, industrial plants and services companies
  • Technological centres researching ICT assets and IT services.

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Adaptation Course

Training directed at graduates who already have the Technical Engineer qualification and who want to obtain the degree.

The upgrade course of Technical Engineer in Computer Systems OR Management to online degree is a specific course for professionals with working experience that allows you to:

  • Obtain a degree relevant to the new European higher education area.
  • Learn and train in a flexible manner and according to your needs.
  • Encourage your professional development.

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Continue studying

Computer Engineers who want to continue training can directly access the range of postgraduate Masters degrees:


    New Students

    Access and Admission


    This course has 40 places


    Students who meet any of the following conditions may be admitted to the Degree course in Computer Engineering:

    • Have obtained the LOGSE Baccalaureat/Bachillerato or equivalent and have passed the university entrance tests.
    • Have obtained an Advanced Vocational Training qualification.
    • Have obtained a foreign equivalent to the Baccalaureat/Bachillerato or the Advanced Vocational Training qualification under prevailing academic legislation.

      The most suitable profiles for admittance are:

      • Students with the LOGSE Bachillerato in the field of Technology or Science, and who have passed the university entrance tests for Scientific-Technical options.
      • Students in possession of Higher-level Training in the general areas of Mechanical Manufacturing, Development of Mechanical and Maintenance Projects, and Production Services.

      Other methods of admittance:

      Type of admittanceReservation of places
      No limit set No limit set ------------------ No limit set

      C: Entrance > 25 years

      D: Entrance > 45 years

      E: Highly-qualified graduates

      F: Elite sportspeople

      G: Students with disabilities equal to or higher than 33%


      The body responsible for the admission of students is the Academic Coordination team. Having fulfilled the above requirements, admission will be carried out according to the entrance test mark obtained or dossier average mark in the case of vocational training, on a case by case basis, giving priority to those who have passed the entrance test or finished training in the course immediately preceding. In all cases, those who have passed the university entrance test (or as appropriate Advanced Vocational Training) in the first selection phase will have priority over those approved in the second or subsequent selection phases.

      Equal priority will be given to students enrolled in the normal period established by the university as to those enrolled in the extended period.

      For reference, the cut-off marks were as follows:

      Year 2011-12 Year 2012-13 Year 2013/14:
      Cut-off markAverage markCut-off markAverage markCut-off markAverage mark
      PAU 5,19 6,51


      6,72 5,69 6,52
      CFGS - - - - 7,17 7,19

      University entrance test: weightings

      The following table shows the weightings of the marks of subject types in the specific phase of the entrance test, according to the Degrees taught at EPS Mondragón.

      Computer Engineering
      Biology 0,1 Electrotechnics 0,2
      Earth sciences and the environment
      0,1 Physics 0,2
      Technical drawing II 0,1
      Mathematics II 0,2
      Design 0,1 Chemistry 0,1
      Business economics 0,1 Industrial Technology II 0,2

      Language Requirements

      Because the training programme is taught using a mix of Basque, Spanish (Castilian) and English, it is desirable that students should have previously acquired the language competences described below:

      Basque C C C
      Spanish C C C
      English B C B

      C: correctly.

      B: handles oral communication correctly, but has some difficulties in reading and writing.

      New Students

      Registration and Enrolment



        • Normal period: from 06-11-2017 to 1-06-2018
        • Extended period: from 4-06-2018 to 19-07-2018 (in cases of degrees with vacancies)



          It is essential to attach your ID No. (ie Passport No.)


          The enrollment will be made once the student has been admitted to the degree that has been registered. 

          PERIOD: 22 to 28 June 2017.

          ESPECIAL PERIOD: 19, 20 and 21 July 2017.

          Students who have not been accepted on a particular course can express their interest in the same course, by mail or by telephone, so that they can be considered for a second selection phase if there remain vacant places, and will proceed to the second student selection phase en July and September.

          There will be a second deadline for registration from 1st Juny to 20th July, in the case of those courses with vacancies. For those accepted in September, registration dates will be communicated on a personal basis.

          Those who have formalised the registration in the regular period will have priority over those who have done so in September.

          The deadline for registration at Biteri Hall of Residence coincides in all cases with the course enrolment deadline.

          Enrolled ECTS


          Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering

          MINIMUM- 9 ECTS
          MAXIMUM - 60 ECTS

          information for new students

          These are the minimum recommended characteristics if you are going to purchase a new laptop:
          • Windows 10 64 bit
          • Intel Core i5 processor or higher
          • Minimum 8 GB of RAM
          • 256 GB hard disk (SSD recommended)
          • Graphic card with 1 GB of dedicated memory or higher
          • 15.6 inch screen
          • Minimum guarantee of 3 years recommended

            If you already have a notebook, do not worry; it may be sufficient, depending on the specification. You can confirm this via the following e-mail address:

            New Students


            No. of credits: 60 ECTS

            Anticipated annual amount 2018-19: 6,150€

            (ANNUAL AMOUNT: This is the anticipated amount for 2018-2019 academic year. The Governing Board will update it at the start of the 2018-2019 academic year).

            This cost may be paid in full or in instalments.

            New Students

            Grants and Scholarships

            Under the BEKABIDE programme we match payments to the economic means of students and their families.

            We look at the costs and incomes of those looking to study in MONDRAGON UNIVERSITY, taking into account the family's economic situation and applying the pre-determined criteria for beneficiaries of the programme.

            The following financial support is available:


            Open Competitions

            Depending on the student's local administrative authority, students may apply to the Basque Government for a general grant, or to the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport.

            They involve the following components: registration, didactic material, movement and residence.

            Public costs grants

            • Grants for large families
            • Grants to families with any member disabled
            • Grants for victims of a terrorist act
            • Grants for victims of gender violence
            • Grants for single-parent families

            Collaboration scholarships

            Basque Government scholarships intended to help 4th year degree students who cooperate in recognised research groups.

            Subsidies for university mobility


            • Registration grants for obtaining a distinction in the Baccalaureat/bachillerato
            • Grants for first degree students
            • Grants for the support of university departments
            • Grants for degree/Masters degree theses
            • Grants for sandwich courses, combining study and work
            • Seniority grants for residents of the Biteri Hall Of Residence


            We believe that no-one should be forced to end their studies for economic reasons: BEKABIDE

            Phone or otherwise contact us. We are always happy to help you.

            Escuela Politécnica Superior
            Tel: 664268352
            Irati Lamariano /

                New Students

                Accommodation andTransport


                MONDRAGON UNIVERSITY offers you various accommodation options close to the university centre throughout the year.


                The Biteri Hall Of Residence is a university college affiliated to MONDRAGON UNIVERSITY.

                The Hall of Residence is an institution which helps support your studies. Firstly by providing for your primary needs as a student in terms of living accommodation and dining room; and secondly, by supporting academic development as an additional academic support tool.

                The Residence professionals aim to bolster the academic development of students. Working together as a team, you will overcome undreamt of challenges.

                In addition, the Residence gives you the opportunity to make lifelong friends in a healthy environment. In this way, on the basis of mutual respect, students, individually and as a team, will experience an unforgettable few years.

                • Enrolment period: From 6/11/2017 to 1/06/2018
                • Registration period: From 1 to 7 Jul 2014

                *The college services the campus areas of Eskoriatza, Aretxabaleta, Mondragon and Oñati.


                If, instead of a residence place, you prefer to live out with other colleagues, the university helps you get in touch with others who wish to share by means of an an online accommodation search .


                MONDRAGON UNIVERSITY has no transport providers of its own, but there is a complete public transport network in and around the campus. Please consult the web pages of the relevant transport providers for their service timetables:


                New Students

                Credit recognition

                Royal Decree 1393/2007 article 6 states that in order to effectively allow the mobility of students, universities must make public their regulations concerning the Recognition and Transfer of Credits.

                In relation to the Degree in Computer Engineering there is the ‘Regulatory framework for a system for the recognition and transfer of credits’ pdf



                The EPS consists of three campus area: the campus of Mondragon (Mondragon), the campus of Goerri (Ordizia) and the campus of Donostialdea (Orona-Ideo innovation city). Our principal activities are training, research, development and innovation.

                The campus of Mondragon

                This campus is divided into two parts: the first part was formerly the polytechnic school; As well as all necessary training facilities (library, laboratories, workshops, etc.) it contains the sports facilities, bar and a number of multipurpose rooms. The second part, very close, contains the Garaia innovation centre, where telecommunications studies take place, equipped with some of the most cutting-edge laboratories in the field. The Mondragon campus offers the following undergraduate courses:

                • Mechanical Engineering
                • Engineering in Industrial Design and Product Development
                • Industrial Organisation Engineering
                • Engineering in Industrial Electronics
                • Computer Engineering
                • Engineering in Telecommunications Systems
                • Biomedical Engineering



                Infrastructure and laboratories

                Students undertake their studies in the Embedded Systems building in the Garaia Innovation centre. This building is especially designed for our educational model, based on the development of projects oriented to the resolution of problems. To achieve this, it has rooms for the team working and numerous meeting rooms for group discussions and debates.

                Students should have an electronic notebook and are provided with all the software needed for the development of their training, as well as a mail account and access to the Moodle education platform.

                Furthermore it has two laboratories with specific equipment:

                  • Telematics laboratory: The students have the use of enterprise routers, wireless routers, switches, IP phones, scanners, network certifiers, firewalls and network simulators to do practical work with LANs, WANs, network servers and computer security.
                    • Automation Laboratory: Equipped with Omron (series CJ1M) programmable automata. Panels are installed that allow external connection of sensors and/or actuators to their inputs and outputs,
                      both digital and analogue. This is complemented by the necessary computer equipment, hardware and software, for the editing, running and monitoring of the execution of programmes.



                    GENERAL SERVICES


                    Students with any kind of disability who have special educational needs arising from their disability, will have the support of a assessment panel that will evaluate the need for any possible curricular changes, timetable adjustments or alternative studies. This panel is composed of:

                    • The doctor of the institution
                    • The technical officer responsible for the prevention of occupational risks
                    • The director responsible for the prevention of occupational hazards and environment
                    • The degree coordinator
                    • A PAS Academic Services technical officer

                      Teaching-learning SERVICES

                      • Guidance service : made up of degree coordinators and the teaching team for the semester


                      • Academic services:
                        • Enrolment and registration
                        • Applications for scholarships and study grants
                        • Certificates, records and degree presentations
                        • Capturing and allocating degree and Masters degree work
                        • Managing national and international mobility
                        • Managing PhDs
                      • Virtual Campus: The Moodle platform allows the opportunity, through interaction between teacher and student, to apply greater flexibility to some of the teaching-learning activities.
                      • Reprographics.
                      • Services to manage and maintain computer equipment.
                      • Hours of use of facilities: if any student wishes to use the facilities outside normal hours, the following options are available, subject to prior request:
                        • Monday to Thursday 24 hours
                        • Fridays: 00:00 until 23:00
                        • Holidays: 08:00 until 18:00
                      • Common rooms: there are several common rooms with basic kitchens for use on a self-service basis.


                      Teachers to degree teaching.


                      Postgraduate Degrees

                      If you want to extend your knowledge, MONDRAGON UNIVERSITY offers you a comprehensive Postgraduate programme, whether in Masters Degrees in specialisations and access to research as well as its own Degrees to Masters level, Expert Course and Advanced Course. More information.



                      The body responsible for the system of management of this institution is the management system committee, composed of:

                      • The director of the EPS
                      • The coordinator of systems and common services
                      • A representative of the PAS
                      • A department coordinator
                      • Three PDI representatives, one for each activity (accredited training, continuous training and I&T)
                      • A student



                      The EHEA framework and new changes in Spanish regulations, require that Spanish universities must ensure the fulfilment of the objectives associated with the lessons taught, in furtherance of continuous improvement.

                      For this reason, the EPS of MONDRAGON UNIVERSITY has designed its own system of internal quality assurance in accordance to the principles and guidelines of the AUDIT program of ANECA (National Agency for the evaluation of quality and accreditation).

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                      This is a programme for the evaluation of the proposals of official study plans designed in line with the EHEA (European Higher Education Area).

                      A favourable ANECA report is an essential pre-requisite for the degree to become official.

                      Application Approval Report

                      Final ANECA report

                      Formal Agreement and Enrolment in the RUCT


                      Degree in Computer Engineering

                      2008 2008
                      2012 2012

                      Link to RUCT

                      2014 2014
                      2017 2017



                      This Is a programme available to universities to help the monitoring of official degrees with the aim of validating their correct implementation and results.

                      Monitoring ReportReport UNIBASQ

                      Degree in Computer Engineering



                      To be received


                      Monitoring indicators15-1614-1513-14
                      Number of enrolled students in the Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering 34 40 28
                      Graduation rate in the Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering 0.50 0.55 0.71
                      Drop out rate in the Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering 0.13 0.50 0.32
                      Efficiency rate in the Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering 0.93 0.94 0.96
                      Satisfaction level of the student in the Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering 6.93 6.91 7.31
                      Satisfaction level of the companies about the practical training in the Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering 8.33 8.00 8.83
                      Number of academic staff with doctor degree corresponding to Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering 20 17  17



                      A programme for the proposal of modifications to the verification report of an oficial degree.

                      Definitive report

                      of modifications

                      Degree in Computer Engineering



                      It is a programme which ultimately aims to validate official degrees. Its main objective is to verify the adequacy of degree results and to guarantee the continuity of teaching standards until the subsequent renewal of accreditation.

                      ReportDefinitive report

                      Degree in Computer Engineering



                       Renewd degree's accreditation 


                      The suggestions and improvement proposals made by pupils and students are one of the university's main tools for continuous improvement.

                      If you have any suggestion or proposal for improvement which you wish to communicate, complete this form .

                      You will receive an email acknowledging reception of your proposal.



                      This is a support programme to universities in the design of their own mechanisms to manage the quality of teaching by university teaching staff, and to promote their development and reputation.

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