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Industrial Technology Engineering

The Bachelor’s degree

Candidate profile

The recommended candidate profile for students applying to the Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Technology Engineering is as follows:


•Have attained the competences required in the Spanish baccalaureate or the equivalent, preferably in the technology track.
•A good academic record.
•Ability to work and continued effort.
•An adequate level of self-knowledge, maturity and the ability to form inter-professional relationships.
•A commitment to teaching-learning.
•Vocation for service to society and commitment to upholding the basic rights and values of a culture of peace and democracy.
Students beginning this programme should have a good knowledge of physics, chemistry, mathematics and English, in addition to the following capabilities:
•Reasoning ability
•Creativity and innovation
•Spatial vision
•Planning and organisation abilities
•Interest in new technologies


These recommendations refer to the characteristics required to develop the competences in this degree programme. These are therefore "positively valued elements" in the selection process, notwithstanding the other entrance options to Bachelor's degree programmes that are set out in current regulations. 

The Bachelor’s degree

Candidate profile

The recommended candidate profile for students applying to the Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Technology Engineering is as follows:


•Have attained the competences required in the Spanish baccalaureate or the equivalent, preferably in the technology track.
•A good academic record.
•Ability to work and continued effort.
•An adequate level of self-knowledge, maturity and the ability to form inter-professional relationships.
•A commitment to teaching-learning.
•Vocation for service to society and commitment to upholding the basic rights and values of a culture of peace and democracy.
Students beginning this programme should have a good knowledge of physics, chemistry, mathematics and English, in addition to the following capabilities:
•Reasoning ability
•Creativity and innovation
•Spatial vision
•Planning and organisation abilities
•Interest in new technologies


These recommendations refer to the characteristics required to develop the competences in this degree programme. These are therefore "positively valued elements" in the selection process, notwithstanding the other entrance options to Bachelor's degree programmes that are set out in current regulations.