Admision

ADMISSION TO DEGREE COURSES (FOR THE 2020-2021 COURSE)

First: Admission to Degree courses will be different depending on the access route through which potential students wish to access the Degree studies.

Second: Faculties may establish priorities in accordance with the different routes of access to the different courses:

  1. Students holding the LOMCE Higher Secondary School Certificate and Secondary School Certificates obtained in compliance with previous education system.
  2. Students holding Higher Secondary School Certificates or equivalent from the EU or other States with a convention on the recognition of studies. To be admitted, candidates must obtain the certificate of homologation issued by the UNED (Distance Learning University). Until such credential has been obtained, admission to courses is, for all intents and purposes, conditional.
  3. Students holding higher Secondary School certificates or equivalent from States not members of the European Union with whom a convention on the recognition of studies has not been signed reciprocally. To be admitted, candidates must obtain the certificate of homologation issued by the Spanish Ministry of Education. Until such credential has been obtained, admission to courses is, for all intents and purposes, conditional.
  4. Students holding Higher Vocational Training certificates (HND).
  5. Other access routes.

Third: Faculties may set limits to the number of places for the different routes of access.

Fourth: Admission of students referred to in the access routes 1), 2), 3), 4) and e) will be effected in accordance with the admissions score which may reach a maximum of 14 points. Resulting from applying the following formula:

Admission score = Min. 60% access score + Min. 5% Qualification linked to the curriculum or discipline of previous studies undertaken+ Max. 35% specific tests

 

ACCESS SCORE

Access score (Final Higher Secondary School score): minimum 60%

1.- 6th and Upper-6th secondary school students who have passed the Final Secondary School Evaluation (EFB)

  • Final Score of Higher Secondary School Certificate = 0.4 x EFB + 0.6 x average 6th and upper-6th score.

2.- Students holding Higher Vocational Training certificates (HND).

  • Final Score of Higher Secondary School Certificate = average score of 6th and upper-6th.

3.- Students holding Higher Secondary School Certificates or equivalent from the EU or other States with a convention on the recognition of studies. 

  • Final Score of Higher Secondary School Certificate = credential score issued by the UNED.

 

Qualification linked to the curriculum or discipline undertaken in previous studies: minimum 5%

Each degree course may take into consideration:

  • The mode of secondary school certificate.
  • Having undertaken certain subjects in upper sixth years.

 

Specific tests of competence or skills established for each degree course: maximum 35%

In the case of each degree course, the specific test of competence may:

  1. Involve a contrast of transversal competences at higher secondary school: verbal communication, entrepreneurship competence, etc.
  2. Involve a contrast of transversal competences of the Mondragon University learning model: teamwork, creativity, leadership, etc.

 

GRADE OFFER OF MONDRAGON UNIBERTSITATEA, ACCESS AND ADMISSION

Faculty of engineering

Faculty of business studies

Faculty of humanities and education sciences

Faculty of grastronomic sciences