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Entrance exams and criteria. Undergraduate degree. University of Navarra

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UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES. Entrance exams and criteria

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We’re looking for bright students from every corner of the globe who are driven by curiosity and have an interdisciplinary mindset and a desire to improve society. People whose talents and experiences will push our university forward.

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How do we measure academic performance?

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These are the results we look at:

  1. High school junior year transcripts.

  2. Grade on the entrance examination for the specific School.

  3. A weighted average is calculated in which high-school grade accounts for 60% of the result and the entrance examinantion accounts for 40%.

For the Schools of Medicine and Nursing, the high- school grade accounts for 30% and the entrance examination accounts 70%.

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What are the entrance exams like? (language requirements are also included if necessary)

1. English: For bilingual degree programs, the University requests proof of English level. The required level is defined in the description of the entrance examinations for each School.

2. Spanish: For admission to any of the University's official degree programs, knowledge of Spanish is necessary. For this reason, applicants must provide proof of their level of Spanish if they:

  • do not speak Spanish as their native language.

  • completed high school or equivalent studies in a language other than Spanish.

These students may certify their level of Spanish by completing any of the following exams:

If they wish, appllicants who do not have the minimum established level may sign up for ILCE summer school courses. This should enable them to reach the language skill level required ant the beginning of the academic year.

Students in their final year of high school in Spain

Degree Program in Architecture Studies

  • Multiple-choice test on high school subjects: mathematics, physics and geometry.

  • Practical test of creativity for all applicants.

  • Personal interview with a professor in the degree program.

Degree Program in Design

  • Multiple-chocice test of general knowledge in English.

  • Practical test of creativity for all applicants.

  • Personal interview with a professor in the degree program.

  • English level (requirements).​​​​​​

Students in their final year of high school outside Spain

Degree Program in Architecture Studies

  • Multiple-choice test on high school subjects: mathematics, physics and geometry.

  • Practical test of creativity for all applicants.

  • Test of English level.

  • Test of Spanish level.

  • Interview with the delegate of the Admissions Office in applicant's country.

Degree Program in Design

  • Multiple-choice test of general knowledge in English.

  • Practical test of creativity for all applicants.

  • Test of English level and requirements.

  • Test of Spanish level.

  • Personal interview with a professor in the degree program.

  • Interview with the delegate of the Admissions Office in applicant's country.

List of topics

Sample test

Students in their final year of high school in Spain

All undergraduate degree programs

Students in their final year of high school outside Spain

All undergraduate degree programs

Topics

Sample test

Students in their final year of high school in Spain

All undergraduate degree programs

Students in their final year of high school outside Spain

All undergraduate degree programs

  • Multiple choice test on high school subjects: Mathematics, Philosophy y Language and Literature.

  • Aptitude test of logical, spatial and verbal reasoning.

  • Proof of English level and requirements. Besides providing proof of their level of English, applicants must complete the test of English level in the entrance examination.

  • Test of Spanish level.

  • Interview with the delegate of the Admissions Office in applicant's country.

Samples of aptitude and skills tests:

Topics

Sample test

Students in their final year of high school in Spain

Degree programs

  • Multiple choice test of general culture and current affairs.

  • Test analysis for the degree applied for.

  • Test of English level and requirements.

  • Personal interview with the School of Communication.

Double degree program's

  • Multiple choice test of general culture and current affairs.

  • Test analysis for the degree applied for.

  • Test of English level and requirements.

  • Personal interview with a professor from the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Students in their final year of high school outside Spain

Degree Programs

  • Multiple choice test of general culture and current affairs.

  • Test analysis for the degree applied for.

  • Test of English level and requirements.

  • Test of Spanish level.

  • Personal interview with the delegate of the Admissions Office in applicant's country.

Double Degree Programs

  • Multiple choice test of general culture and current affairs.

  • Test analysis for the degree applied for.

  • Test of English level and requirements.

  • Test of Spanish level

  • Personal interview with the delegate of the Admissions Office in applicant's country.

Sample test

Students in their final year of high school in Spain

All undergraduate degree programs

  • Multiple choice test of general culture on the social sciences with questions on History, Philosophy, Geography, Economics, Language, Literature and current affairs.

  • A critical essay on a topic of current affairs to assess the applicant´s capactity for analysis and argumentation.

  • Test of English level and requirements

  • Personal interview with a professor from the School.

Students in their final year of high school outside Spain

All undergraduate degree programs

  • Multiple choice test of general culture on the social sciences with questions on History, Philosophy, Geography, Economics, Language, Literature and current affairs.

  • A critical essay on a topic of current affairs to assess the applicant´s capactity for analysis and argumentation.

  • Test of English level and requirements.

  • Test of Spanish level.

  • Personal interview with the delegate of the Admissions Office in applicant's country.

Sample test

Students in their final year of high school in Spain

All undergraduate degree programs

  • Multiple choice test on high school subjects: Philosophy, Spanish, Language and Literature.

  • Aptitude test of logical, spatial and verbal reasoning.

  • Test of English level.

  • Personal interview with a professor from the School.

  • English level requirements for degree programs with the IB Diploma.

Students in their final year of high school outside Spain

All undergraduate degree programs

  • Multiple choice test on high school subjects: Philosophy, Spanish, Language and Literature.

  • Aptitude test of logical, spatial and verbal reasoning.

  • Test of English level.

  • Test of Spanish level.

  • Personal interview with a professor from the School.

  • Interview with the delegate of the Admissions Office in applicant's country.

  • English level requirements for degree programs with the IB Diploma.

Aptitude and skills tests

Topics

Sample test

Students in their final year of high school in Spain

All undergraduate degree programs

  • Academic multiple-choice test on final year of high school topics (Biology, Chemistry, Language and Literature, and History).

  • Skills test to assess applicant's aptitudes.

  • Test of English level and requirements.

  • Personal interview with a professor from the School.

Students in their final year of high school outside Spain

All undergraduate degree programs

  • Academic multiple-choice test on final year of high school topics (Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics).

  • Test of English level and requirements.

  • Test of Spanish level.

  • Personal interview with a professor from the School.

  • Interview with the delegate of the Admission Office in applicant's country.

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Students in their final year of high school in Spain

All undergraduate degree programs

Students in their final year of high school  outside Spain

All undergraduate degree programs

  • Multiple choice test on high school academic subjects: Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics.

  • Test of English level and requirements.

  • Test of Spanish level.

  • Interview with the delegate of the Admission Office in applicant's country.

List of topics

Sample test

Students in their final year of high school in Spain

Degree Programs in History, Philosophy and Humanities and Social Sciences

  • Multiple choice test on high school subjects: History, Philosophy, Geography, Economics, Language and Literature and current affairs.

  • Test of English level and requirements.

  • Personal interview with a professor from the School.

Degree Program in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE)

  • Multiple choice test on high school subjects: History, Philosophy, Geography, Economics, Language and Literature and current affairs.

  • Analysis of a test on current affairs.

  • Test of English level and requirements.

  • Personal interview with a professor from the School.

Degree Program in Language and Literature

  • Multiple choice test on high school subjects: History, Philosophy, Geography, Economics, Language and Literature and current affairs.

  • A short story.

  • Test of English level and requirements.

  • Personal interview with a professor from the School.

Double Degree Program in International Relations and History and Double Degree in Law and Philosophy

  • Multiple choice test on the social sciences with questions on: History, Philosophy, Geography, Economics, Language and Literature and current affairs.

  • A critical essay on a topic of current affairs to assess the applicant's capacity for analysis and argumentation.

  • Test of English level and requirements.

  • Personal interview with a professor from the School.

Double degree programs in the School of Communication and the School of Humanities and Social Sciences

  • Multiple choice test of general culture and current affairs.

  • Test analysis for the degree applied for.

  • Test of English level and requirements.

  • Personal interview with a professor from the School.

Students in their final year of high school outside Spain

Degree Programs in History, Philosophy and Humanities and Social Sciences

  • Multiple choice test on high school subjects: History, Philosophy, Geography, Economics, Language and Literature and current affairs.

  • Test of English level and requirements.

  • Test of Spanish level.

  • Interview with the delegate of Admissions Office in applicant's country.

Degree Program in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE)

  • Multiple choice test on high school subjects: History, Philosophy, Geography, Economics, Language and Literature and current affairs.

  • Analysis of a test on current affairs.

  • Test of English level and requirements.

  • Test of Spanish level.

  • Interview with the delegate of Admissions Office in applicant's country.

Degree Program in Language and Literature

  • Multiple choice test on high school subjects: History, Philosophy, Geography, Economics, Language and Literature and current affairs.

  • A short story.

  • Test of English level and requirements.

  • Test of Spanish level.

  • Interview with the delegate of Admissions Office in applicant's country.

Double Degree Program in International Relations and History and Double Degree in Law and Philosophy

  • Multiple choice test on high school subjects: History, Philosophy, Geography, Economics, Language and Literature and current affairs.

  • A critical essay on a topic of current affairs to assess the applicant's capacity for analysis and argumentation.

  • Test of English level and requirements.

  • Test of Spanish level.

  • Interview with the delegate of Admissions Office in applicant's country.

Double degree programs in the School of Communication and the School of Humanities and Social Sciences

  • Multiple choice test of general culture and current affairs.

  • Test analysis for the degree applied for.

  • Test of English level and requirements.

  • Test of Spanish level.

  • Interview with the delegate of Admissions Office in applicant's country.

Lists of topics

Sample test

Students in their final year of high school in Spain

Students in their final year of high school outside Spain

  • February deadline: BMAT entrance examination for the School of Medicine. Visit the School of Medicine website.

    Test of English level.

    Test of Spanish level.

  • April deadline: multiple-choice test on high school Biology, Physics and Chemistry (50 questions on each subject). 

    Reading comprehension: scientific article+30 multiple-choice questions.

    Test of English and Spanish Level consult the English level requirements

Students in their final year of high school in Spain

  • Multiple-choice test on high school subjects (history, language, geography, economics and general culture).

  • Multiple-choice test to assess the level of English grammar and requirements.

  • Solving a practical case in English in a case study related to management.

  • Speaking about the case with a professor from the degree program.

  • Personal interview with ISSA School of Applied Management.

Students in their final year of high school outside Spain

  • Multiple-choice test on high school subjects (history, language, geography, economics and general culture).

  • Multiple-choice test to assess the level of English grammar and requirements.

  • Solving a practical case in English in a case study related to management.

  • Speaking about the case with a professor from the degree program.

  • Test of Spanish level.

  • Personal interview with the School.

  • Interview with the delegate of the Admissions Office in applicant's country.

Sample test

 

Students in their final year of high school in Spain

All undergraduate degree programs

  • Multiple choice test  on high school mathematics and physics.

Download some test examples Mathematics and Physics.

Students in their final year of high school outside Spain

All undergraduate degree programs

  • Multiple choice test on high school mathematics and physics.

  • Psychometric test: numerical and logical reasoning.

  • Test of English level.

  • Test of Spanish level.

  • Interview with the delegate of the Admission Office in applicant's country.

Topics

Sample test

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Admission to the University of Navarra via the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program

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Admission to the University of Navarra via the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program (DP)

Students who have taken the IB Diploma Program can choose to enter the University of Navarra via the ordinary route or via the IB Route (provided they meet the minimum admission requirements for their chosen degree program). They must indicate on their application (miportal.unav.edu) that they are applying via the IB Route and attach a transcript certificate of their specific IB Program grades.

  • The IB Route allows students to enter the University of Navarra without taking the official university entrance examination. Instead, they must request the access credential issued by the UNED.

  • In order to gain access via this route, the student’s predicted grade after having completed the first year of the IB Diploma must meet the minimum grade required for each degree program as stipulated by each School (see grades below).

  • Those whose expected qualifications meet the requirements will be invited to an interview at the chosen Center. For applicants studying at academic centeres in Spain, the School of Economics and Business Administration will hold this interview in person on the Pamplona campus when the entrance examination is taken.

  • Applicants studying outside Spain must have the interview with the delegate of the Admissions Office in their country.

  • If they pass the interview stage, IB students will be provisionally admitted on the condition that their final grades at the end of the IB Programa meet stipulated grade for their chosen program. The deadline for submitting grades is July, 12, 2022.

  • Applicants who do not earn the required score on completion of the IB Diploma and are therefore not admitted to the degree program they have applied for can submit a formal request to the myUNAV portal in Help/Contact requesting that their application be reconsidered for admission after they take the entrance examination.

 

 

Undergraduate degree program

IB Grade

Level

Subjects

Mark

Degree Program in Architecture Studies

33 

NS

Physics

5

NM

Mathematics

5

Degree Program in Design

29

NM

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

5

NM = Intermediate level
NS= Upper level

  • Students must provide proof that they hold an Advanced Certificate, TOEFL or C1 level of English. A grade higher than 5 in the Language Acquisition (English) or Language subjects will also be accepted.

Undergraduate degree program

IB Mark

Level

Subjects

Marks

Degree Program in Management +  Business Administration and Strategy

32

 

 

 

Degree Program in Management (bilingual) + Innovation and Entrepreneurship

32

NM / NS

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

>5 o Advanced, TOEFL o C1

Degree Program in Management (bilingual) + General Management and Strategy

32

NM / NS

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

>5 o Advanced, TOEFL o C1

Degree Program in Management (bilingual) + Finance and Accounting

32

NM / NS

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

>5 o Advanced, TOEFL o C1

Degree Program in Management (bilingual) + Innovation and Data Analytics

32

NM / NS

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

>5 o Advanced, TOEFL o C1

Degree Program in Economics (bilingual) + International Economics and Finance

32

NM / NS

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

>5 o Advanced, TOEFL o C1

Degree Program in Economics (bilingual) + Data Analytics

32

NM / NS

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

>5 o Advanced, TOEFL o C1

Degree Program in Economics (bilingual) + Leadership and Governance Program

32

NM / NS

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

>5 o Advanced, TOEFL o C1

Double Degree Programa in Management + Law (bilingual)

32

NM / NS

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

>5 o Advanced, TOEFL o C1

Double Degree Program in Management + Law

32

NM / NS

Maths

>6 />5

Degree Program in Economics (bilingual) + Law

32

NM / NS
 

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

>5 o Advanced, TOEFL o C1

NM = Intermediate level
NS = Upper level

Undergraduate Degree Program

IB Mark

Level

Subjects

Mark

Degree Program in Biology*

30

NS

Biology

>5

Degree Program in Biochemistry*

30

NS

Biology

>5

NS

Chemistry

>5

Degree Program in Chemistry*

32

NS

Chemistry

>5

Degree Program in Environmental Sciences*

32

NS

Biology

>5

Degree Program in Chemistry + Biochemistry*

32

NS

Biology

+5

NS

Chemistry

+5

Degree Programin Biology + Environmental Sciences*

32

NS

Biology

+5

*Requirement: Minimum of 3 (NS). Grades no lower than 5.

NM = Intermediate level
NS = Upper level 

Undergraduate Degree Program

IB Mark

Level

Subjects

Mark

Degree Program in Audiovisual Communication

29

NS

Language and Literature

5

NS

Language B Acquisition

5

Degree Program in Journalism

29

NS

Language and Literature

5

NS

Language B Acquisition

5

Degree Program in Marketing (bilingual)

32

NM/NS

Mathematics

6 / 5 

NS

Language and Literature

5

NS

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

>5 or B2

Degree Program in Audiovisual Communication

30

NS
 

Language and Literature

>5

NS

Language B Acquisition

>5

Degree Program in Journalism (bilingual)

30

NS

Language and Literature

>5

NS

Language B Acquisition

>5

Double degrees Programs

30

NS

Language and Literature

5

NS

Language Acquisition B

5

NM = Intermediate level
NS = Upper level 

Undergraduate Degree Program

IB Mark

Level

Subjects

Mark

Degree Program in Law

30

NM/NS

Language B o Language Acquisition (English)

>5

Degree Program in International Relations

30

NM/NS

Language B o Language Acquisition (English)

>5

Double Degree Program in International Relations + Law

32

NM/NS

Language B o Language Acquisition (English)

>5

Double Degree Program in International Relations + History

32

NM/NS

Language B o Language Acquisition (English)

>5

Double Degree in Law, Philosophy and Public Administration

32

NM/NS

Language B o Language Acquisition (English)

>5

NM = Intermediate level
NS = Upper level 

For international students, a minimum of level B2 in Spanish is required.

Undergraduate Degree Program

IB Mark

Level

Subjects

Mark

Degree Program in Psichology

30

 

 

 

Degree Program in Early Childhood

30

 

 

 

Degree Program in Early Childhood Education+ International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma 30      

Degree Program in Primary Teaching

30

 

 

 

Degree Program in Primary Teaching
+ International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma
       

Degree Program in Education

30

 

 

 

Double Degree Program in Education + Early Childhood

30

 

 

 

Double Degree Program in Education + Primary Teaching

30

 

 

 

NM = Intermediate level
NS = Upper level 

Degree

IB Mark

Level

Subjects

Mark

Degree Program in  Nursing* 30
30
NS Biology >5
NS Chemistry >5
Degree Program in  Nursing+International Nursing Program* 30 NS Biology >5
NS Chemistry >5
 
Degree Program in  Nursing+Diploma in Paliative Care* 30 NS Biology >5
NS Chemistry >5
Degree Program in  Nursing+Diploma in the Psychology of Nursing Care* 30 NS Biology >5
NS Chemistry >5

*Requirement: Taking at least 3 subjects in NS

NM = Intermediate level
NS = Upper level 

 

Undergraduate Degree Program

IB Mark

Level

Subjects

Mark

Degree Program in Pharmacy

30

NS

Chemistry

>5

Degree Program in Human Nutrition and Dietetics

30

NS

Biology

>5

Degree Program in Pharmacy + Human Nutrition and Dietetics

30

NS

Chemistry

>5

NM = Intermediate level
NS = Upper level 

International students whose native languae is not Spanish must have at least level B2 in Spanish.

Undergraduate Degree Program

IB Mark

Level

Subjects

Mark

Degree Program in Language and Literature

30

 

 

 

Degree Program in Philosophy

30

 

 

 

Degree Program in History

30

 

 

 

Degree Program in Humanities and Social Sciences

30

 

 

 

Degree Program in Philosophy, Politics and Economics

30

 

 

 

Double Degree Program in International Relations and History

32

NM/NS

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

>5

Degree Program in Philosophy and Law+Public Administration pathway

32

NM/NS

Language B or Language Acquisition (English)

>5

Double Degree Program in Philosophy +Journalism

30
 

NS

Language and Literature

>5

NS Language B Acquisition >5

Double Degree Program in History + Journalism

30

NS

Language and Literature

>5

NS Language B Acquisition >5

NM = Intermediate level
NS = Upper level 

Undergraduate Degree Program

IB Mark

Level

Subjects

Mark

Degree Program in Medicine

37

NS

Biology

6

Degree Program in Medicine+International Program

NS

Chemistry

6

NM = Intermediate level
NS = Upper level  

Undergraduate Degree Program

IB Mark

Level

Subjects

Mark

Degree Program in Biomedical Engineering

34

 

Physics

>5

Mathematics >5

Degree Program in Electrical Engineering

34

 

Physics

>5

Mathematics >5

Degree Program in Industrial Design Engineering and Product Development

34

 

Physics >5
Mathematics >5

Degree Program in Electronic Communications Engineering

34

 

Physics

>5
Mathematics >+5
Degree Program in Industrial Electronics Engineering

34

 

Physics

>5
Mathematics >5

Degree Program in Industrial Organization Engineering

34

 

Physics

>5
Mathematics >5

Degree Program in Telecommunications Systems Engineering

34

 

Physics

>5

Mathematics  >5

Degree Program in Industrial Technologies Engineering

34

 

Physics

>5

Mathematics >5

Degree Program in Mechanical Engineering

34

 

Physics

>5

Mathematics >5

NM = Intermediate level
NS = Upper level 

The School will have applicantas do language level tests, but the results are not used to decide on admission.

Undergraduate Degree Program

IB Mark

Level

Subjects

Mark

Degree Program in Applied Management

32

NS/NM

Language Acquisition

5/6

NS/NM

Language and literature

5/6

NS/NM

Language B

5/6

NM = Intermediate level
NS = Upper level 

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CLT (Classic Learning Test)

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CLT is one of the University's standardized entrance examinations. This test provides the strictest and most accurate measurement of academic training, achivements and potential.

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The full time of the examination is two hours (120 minutes). The time is divided as follows: verbal reasoning (40 minutes), grammar/writing (35 minutes) and quantitative reasoning (45 minutes). During the allocated time for each specific section, applicants may work on that section only and may not go on to the next section or back to a previous one.

To take an examination, you just register on the website www.cltexam.com/register

The CLT is offered five times a year on set dates. Individual applicants who want to take the CLT must register for one of these five dates at a convenient location. The exam sites are not obliged to offer the CLT on all five exam dates for the year. Make sure the site offers the specific exam before registering.

There is no required minimum score on the examinatin. The examination scores will be considered with the applicant's full academic record and a personal interview.

You can send your score to admissionclt@unav.es.

If you have not received the official score by the deadline for submitting your application documents, you can send a copy of the non-official score obtained online and send us the official score when it is ready.

  1. School of Humanities and Social Sciences: Minimum score of 92.

  2. School of Law: Minimum score of 92.

  3. School of Communication:  Minimum score of 92 for Audiovisual Communication and Journalism. Minimum score of 98 for Marketing.

  4. School of Economics and Business: Minimum score of 98.

  5. School of Education and Psychology: Minimum score of 92.

  6. ISSA | Applied Management: Minimum score of 92.

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List of topics of entrance examinations for people over ages 25 and 45

The University of Navarra makes this session available to applicants from age 25 to 45 who do not have a high school diploma, but want to begin university studies.

Nested Applications

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The documents to be submitted with the online application form by February 2022 (dates pending official approval) are as follows:

  •  
    • Photocopy of both sides of the applicant's national ID.

    • One passport-size photo.

    • Proof of transfer of the amount of two hundred thirty fife euros (€235)*, to cover the registration fee, to the following bank account:
      CaixaBank: ES92 2100 9161 47 2200152057
      *Nonrefundable.

Nested Applications

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Tests for people over age 25

Thix exam option provides preferential access to the following degree programs:

Philosophy, History, Humanitie, Literatura and Language

When taking the entrace exam, two of the following subjects must be chosen:

Art History

Latin

Geography

Contemporary History

Thix exam option provides preferential access to the following degree programs:

Biology, Biology+Environmental Sciences, Biochemistry, Environmental Sciences, Chemistry, Chemistry+Biochemistry

When taking the entrance exam, two of the following subjects must be choosen:

Mathematics

Physics

Chemistry

Biology

This exam option provides preferential access to the following degree programs:

Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Human Nutrition and Dietetics, Pharmacy+Human Nutrition and Dietetics.

When taking the entrance exam, two of the following subjects must be chosen:

Chemistry

Biology

Mathematics

Physics

This exam option provides preferential access to the following degree programs:

Management, Business Administration + Law, Economics, Economics + Law, Law, Law + International Relations, International Relations, International Relations + History, Journalism, Audiovisual Communication, Marketing, Philosophy + Journalism, Philosophy + Law, Spanish Philology + Journalism, History + Journalism, Management Assistance, Early Childhood Education, Primary Teaching, Education, Education + Early Childhood Education, Education + Primary Teaching, Psychology, Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE).
 

When taking the entrance exam, two of the following subjects must be chosen:

Mathematics applied to the social sciences

Contemporary History

Art History

Latin

This exam option provides preferential access to the following degree programs:

Architecture, Design, Industrial Technology Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Electronics Engineering, Telecommunications Systems Engineering, Electronic Communications Engineering, Industrial Organization Engineering, Industrial Product Design and Development Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Energy Engineering.

When taking the entrance exam, two of the following subjects must be chosen:

Mathematics

Physics

Geometry

Technical Drawing

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Tests for people over age 45

Applicants must choose one of the following two options:

Finally, applicants will have a personal interview.