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This dual degree is the merging of the BSc in Statistics and theBSc in Computer Engineering and works as a specific study programme (with a specific pre-registration code and with a limited number of 10 places offered annually), it consists of a total of 360 ECTS distributed over 5 academic years, 10 semesters, at a rate of 72 ECTS per semester. The 360 ECTS programme consists of basic and compulsory modules of both degrees (306 ECTS), elective modules of either of the two degrees (18 ECTS), the Undergraduate Dissertation in Statistics (24 ECTS) and the Undergraduate Dissertation in Computer Engineering (12 ECTS).

The Dual Degree students will join the class groups of the respective Bachelor’s Degrees. Lectures, seminars and practical sessions will be arranged so as to ensure timetable compatibility and that students can attend all of their teaching hours every academic year.

Students will have to enrol in modules from both degrees, and mechanisms must be implemented to guarantee timetable compatibility. Taking the above into account, the design that guarantees timetable compatibility is:

  • Students enroled in the Dual Degree will be assigned to a specific class group of those existing in each Bachelor’s Degree.
  • A group with a compatible timetable, among those existing in each degree, will be assigned for the practical sessions.
  • Students will be informed about the compatible timetables every year/semester and about their possibility of choosing a group and their responsibility if they choose groups with incompatible timetables, given the attendance requirements of Bachelor’s Degrees.

On the other hand, compatibility is guaranteed in the evaluation calendar of the subjects in every semester of the Dual Degree.

Dual Degree students who intend to study abroad as part of an academic exchange programme will have to link their mobility to one of the Bachelor’s Degrees that form this institutional programme. This choice will determine the academic year, modules and number of credits that may be requested in order to recognise the modules passed at the host university. This procedure is regulated by the Normas Complementarias a las Normas Generales sobre Movilidad Internacional (additional international mobility norms) of the Faculty to which the mobility is linked.

Timetable (2nd semester)