Requirements to study Degree in Engineering Physics applied to Industry
If you are thinking of studying this kind of physics focused engineering, you should firstly take a look at these statements and check that you identify with them:
I am curious about how things work and the laws behind everyday phenomena.
I am good at / like physics. I enjoy watching videos about physics or reading popular books.
I am interested in new technologies and their applications in an industrial environment.
I am a restless and curious person, eager to learn constantly.
I am passionate about physics and mathematics and would like to use them to improve people's lives.
I am interested in both theoretical concepts and putting them into practice in projects close to reality.
"Recognise yourself here? Then the Degree in Engineering Physics is the ideal choice for you.."
There are two ways you can access this degree
After having completed Baccalaureate or Higher Level Vocational Training.
You have studied Baccalaureate
It is recommended that you have studied the Baccalaureate in Science. It is important that you have studied Physics and Mathematics, as well as Technical Drawing, Technology and Chemistry.
You have studied Higher Level Vocational Training
We recommend having studied relevant Higher Level Training Cycles related with the Engineering.
In the Bachelor's Degree in Applied Industrial Engineering, 55% of the subjects are taught in Spanish and 45% in English. Of these, 20% of the subjects can be taken optionally in Basque.
It is desirable that before enrolling you have previously acquired the language skills corresponding to each campus: