Valid options for admission to official bachelor's degree studies

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In order to enrol in this bachelor's degree a level of competency in English that is at least equivalent to level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages must be demonstrated.
 
Admission requirements met in Spain

  • University entrance examinations (PAU /Students over 25 / Students over 45)      
  • Bachillerato (upper secondary school education) without PAU (university entrance examinations): Spanish bachillerato (upper secondary school education) LOE 2016 and repeat students 2017
  • Vocational training (CFGS / FP2 / MP3)
  • University qualification or equivalent
  • Work experience

 
Admission requirements met in the European Union or in a state which has signed international reciprocity agreements 

  • Preuniversity studies: UNED admission accreditation
  • University studies (whether or not completed): partial validation of foreign studies in relation to Spanish studies.
  • University qualification with the equivalence of the foreign qualification or official ministerial recognition in Spain
  • Work experience

 
Admission requirements met in Latin America or other non-European countries

  • Preuniversity studies: officially recognized upper secondary school education
  • University studies (whether or not completed): partial recognition of foreign studies for Spanish studies
  • University qualification equivalent to the foreign qualification or official ministerial recognition in Spain
  • Work experience

 

For more information, request access and contact your tutor.

 

 

Prior knowledge

The language of instruction for this bachelor's degree programme is English; all of the learning resources, assessment activities and communications with the teaching team will be in this language. For this reason, in order to enrol in this bachelor's degree a level of competency in English that is at least equivalent to level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages must be demonstrated.

Proof of competency in English can be provided in different ways. For instance, by means of an official certificate demonstrating a suitable level of competency in English; or by passing the English courses corresponding to the B2 level in the Centre d'Idiomes Moderns at UOC.

This level of English can be demonstrated in different ways. For example, among others:

  • By means of an official certificate accrediting this level of linguistic competence in English. 
  • Having passed the English courses corresponding to level B2 in university degrees or at the UOC's Center for Modern Lengagues.
  • Having completed the baccalaureate or a university degree abroad in English.
  • Taking the Linguaskill test and providing the certificate that gives proof of your speaking, listening, reading and writing skills.

To find out about other B2 level accreditation options, you can request access to the degree and contact the tutor assigned to you.

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