Registration and enrolment

Official Degree

Graduate in Entrepreneurial Leadership and Innovation

Duration

240 ECTS

4 years

Location

Campus: Bidasoa, Bilbao, Oñati

Laboratories: Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia; Berlin-Germany; Shanghai-China; Seoul-Corea; Puebla-Mexico, Querétaro-Mexico

Languages

Spanish, Basque, English

Modality

On-site

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Registration

When to register?

  • Normal period: from 04-11-2019 to 03-07-2020.
  • Extended period: from 16-07-2020 to 29-07-2020 (in cases of degrees with vacancies).

Where to register?

It is essential to attach a copy of your ID document.

 

Enrolment

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

  • Early deadline from the 21 of July until the 24 of July, 2020.
  • Extended deadline: 29 and 30 of July, 2020.

Those who have not been admitted on a particular course, may indicate their interest in it, by notifying by email or telephone, in ordes to be taken into account again if there are still vacancies and we will proceed with a 2nd student selection phase in July and September.

Those who have completed 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.

 

ENROLMENT MODALITY AND NUMBER OF CREDITS

2009 PLAN (ROCKET MODEL)

Modality: In-person / partially in-person
 
No. of credits:
  • First time enrolment: First time students must register for all the first year credits. For reasons due to special educational needs or exceptional circumstances depending on the student's personal situation and upon request from the Deacon of the School, the Deacon may authorise registration for fewer credits than stated in the previous paragraph. However, the number of credits may never be lower than the minimum credits required for students re-enrolling.
  • Re-enrolment: After meeting the continuity requirement, students must enrol for a minimum of 30 credits unless the total number of credits they need to complete their degree is lower than the established minimum. In which case, the student must enrol for all their remaining credits. It is compulsory that students must include any courses from the previous year which they did not pass in their choice of courses, even if with those courses they exceed the minimum number of credits set for the degree.
  • Continuity: Students enrolled in the Entrepreneurial Leadership and Innovation Degree Programme must meet annual goals, both individually and as a team, in order to stay in the Centre and pass the course.
  • Minimum academic requirements for the 1st year
1) For the first year evaluation, all students must pass a total of three basic courses of the five courses taught in the first year.
2) The entire team as a unit must pass at least one of the processes out of the three basic processes of the Rocket Model (Individual Learning Skills I, Entrepreneurship-Intrapreneurship I and Self-Management and Team Management I).
3) The entire team must pass the goals of the learning trip to Finland.
4) During the first year, all teams must create a legally constituted organisation.
 
Students who do not meet one or more of these minimum requirements must leave the Entrepreneurial Leadership and Innovation Degree Programme.
  • Minimum academic requirements for the 2nd year
1) All students must pass the first year courses.
2) All students must pass the June evaluation; a total of three basic courses of the four courses taught in the second year.
3) The entire team as a unit must pass at least one of the three basic processes in the Rocket Model, which are: Individual Learning Skills II, Entrepreneurship-Intrapreneurship II and Self-Management and Team Management II.
4) The entire team must pass the goals of the learning trip to the United States city of San Francisco.
5) All the teams must create a legally constituted company/organisation that supports the learning process.
 
Students who do not meet one or more of these minimum requirements must leave the university. To ensure that the team meets the minimum academic requirements in June, a thorough review will be done in the January evaluation of the individual and team results obtained up to that time.
  • Minimum academic requirements for the 3rd year
1) All students must pass the second year courses.
2) The entire team must pass the goals of the learning trip to China and India, (see the document “Learning Trip: China / India”).
3) The entire team as a unit must pass at least one of the processes out of the three basic processes of the Rocket Model (Individual Learning Skills III, Entrepreneurship-Intrapreneurship III and Self-Management and Team Management III).
Students who do not meet one or more of these minimum requirements must leave the university. To ensure that the team meets the minimum academic requirements in June, a thorough review will be done in the January evaluation of the individual and team results obtained up to that time.
  • Minimum academic requirements for defending the Degree Project
1) All students must pass the third and fourth year courses. Students who do not meet this requirement will defend their degree project the following year.
 
Academic Requirements Applicable to All Years: All students must take part in the normal learning dynamics and activities within the teams. Those dynamics are the object of evaluation during the degree programme and all students must participate in them. Students who do not participate in the team dynamics and evaluations will receive a negative evaluation.
 

2020 PLAN (FALKON MODEL)

Modality: In-person / partially in-person
 
No. of credits:
  • First time enrolment: First time students must register for all the first year credits. For reasons due to special educational needs or exceptional circumstances depending on the student's personal situation and upon request from the Deacon of the School, the Deacon may authorise registration for fewer credits than stated in the previous paragraph. However, the number of credits may never be lower than the minimum credits required for students re-enrolling.
  • Re-enrolment: After meeting the continuity requirement, students must enrol for a minimum of 30 credits unless the total number of credits they need to complete their degree is lower than the established minimum. In which case, the student must enrol for all their remaining credits. It is compulsory that students must include any courses from the previous year which they did not pass in their choice of courses, even if with those courses they exceed the minimum number of credits set for the degree.
  • Continuity: Students enrolled in the Entrepreneurial Leadership and Innovation Degree Programme must meet annual goals, both individually and as a team, in order to stay in the Centre and pass the course.
  • Minimum academic requirements for the 1st year
1) All teams must create a legally constituted organisation so they can carry out their real projects and to support their learning project.
 
Students who do not meet this minimum requirements must leave the Entrepreneurial Leadership and Innovation Degree Programme.
  • Minimum academic requirements for the 2nd year
1) All students must pass the first year courses.
 
Students who do not meet this minimum requirement must leave the university.
 
To ensure that the team meets the minimum academic requirements in June, a thorough review will be done in the January evaluation of the individual and team results obtained up to that time.
  • Minimum academic requirements for the 3rd year
1) All students must pass the second year courses.
 
Students who do not meet this minimum requirement must leave the university.
 
To ensure that the team meets the minimum academic requirements in June, a thorough review will be done in the January evaluation of the individual and team results obtained up to that time.
  • Minimum academic requirements for defending the Degree Project
1) All students must pass the third and fourth year courses.
 
Students who do not meet this requirement will defend the PFG the following year.
  • Academic Requirements Applicable to All Years:
All students must take part in the normal learning dynamics and activities within the teams. Those dynamics are the object of evaluation during the degree programme and all students must participate in them.
 
Students who do not participate in the team dynamics and evaluations will receive a negative evaluation.
 
Furthermore, an extraordinary evaluation test may be established for people who have not obtained the required minimum initially set for every subject. The period for doing the extraordinary test will be clearly indicated on the academic calendar. Requests for the extraordinary test must be made in writing by the interested party to Academic Coordination, who will make a decision about the opportuneness of the request (admission or rejection) pending receipt of the pertinent reports upon which the request is based from the academic supervisor.